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NBVC SEABEE DAYS 2011
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Above, Sailors walk in formation during Pass in Review, the official opening of 2011 Seabee Days at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme.
Below, Rear Adm. Christopher J. Mossey, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and Chief of Civil Engineers, pins a Purple Heart
medal on UT1 Trent Westlake of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40 during the opening ceremony.
14,000 attend Seabee Days
More inside
Stories and photos, Pages
20-22. Seabee Museum
opening, Pages 7-8. More
stories and photos at
www.thelighthousenews.com.
Surfs up! Between the Aug. 20-21
Point Mugu Surf Contest Presented
by Quiksilver and new on-base youth
surf clinics like the one Bennett
Korka, above, is attending, waves
are stealing the headlines. Page 19
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
An estimated 14,000 people
attended the 2011 Seabee Days
at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme, an
event that celebrated more
than six decades of work by
the Navys construction bat-
talions and honored themwith
the opening of a brand-new
Seabee Museum.
Anemotional highlight came
during opening ceremonies on
Saturday, July 23, when a util-
itiesman from Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 40 re-
ceived a Purple Heart for inju-
ries suffered during his deploy-
ment to Afghanistan in 2010.
Seabee Days actually began
on Friday, July 22, when any-
one with base access could at-
tend Military Appreciation
Purple Heart
given to NMCB
40 Seabee during
opening ceremony
SEE SEABEE, PAGE 20
WHATS INSIDE
WHATS AHEAD
Lt. Kristen Kerns invites Makayla
Morales of the Eagle Empowerment
program in Los Angeles to view the
world as a Sailor would on board
the Self Defense Test Ship at the
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port
Hueneme Division. The students
spent one day last month exploring
career opportunities. Page 12
Capt. Grayson Merrill, whose name
graces Bldg. 3015, the Missile
Systems Evaluation Laboratory at
Naval Base Ventura County, Point
Mugu, died earlier this month. For
a profile of the man known as the
Founding Father of Point Mugu,
see the Aug. 11 edition of The
Lighthouse.
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NBVC Commanding Offcer
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Why arent there any dog parks at Naval Base Ventura County?
Question: Would it be feasible to have an off-leash
dog park at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Point Mugu?
I recently moved to Mugu and absolutely love the
atmosphere and facilities. The only thing I am miss-
ing is a way to socialize and exercise my dog. I have
noticed while jogging around that many of the dogs
have developed some fence aggression, and I think
adding a dog park would help alleviate this.
If it were possible, I could be willing to commit
my own time and energy to organizing, fundraising
or maintaining such an area. I also thought Lincoln
Housing could possibly be involved in a project like
this to add to the wonderful community center they
have already given us!
Answer: A project to construct dog parks at both
Port Hueneme and Point Mugu is currently being
developed.
With the input of the NBVC veterinarian, the Pub-
lic Works Department is in the process of designing
each park to be both people- and dog-friendly.
The Point Mugu park will be at the south loop of
Terrier Drive near Main Road, and the Port Huen-
eme park will be at the existing Kiddie Park at corner
of Goodspeed Street and Bard Lane.
The parks will be approximately 1.5 acres each
and will consist of a fully fenced area with limited
seating, sanitary waste mitts and collection points
and a simple wash-down system.
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
BACKPACK BRIGADE:
E-1 to E-6 families who
have pre-registered can
get a free backpack
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Fleet
& Family Support Center, Port
Hueneme. Details, Page 6.
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July
HEAT OF SUMMER 5K:
Registration at 10:30
a.m. at NBVC Point
Mugu Swimming Beach.
1K kids fun run at 11:15 a.m.;
5K at 11:30 a.m. Free of charge.
Information: 989-7378.
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LUNCHEON: The
Ventura County
Chapter of the Military
Officers Association
of America meets at 11:30 a.m.
at the Bard Mansion, NBVC, Port
Hueneme. $13 ticket includes
lunch and presentation by Dr.
Michael Jamison. Reservation and
information: 484-3864.
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August
CAMARILLO AIR
SHOW: Two-day event
with military tickets
discounted to $10 at
the gate, with ID. Kids under 12
are free. Information:
www.WingsOverCamarillo.com.
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SURFS UP: Two-day,
fourth annual NBVC
Point Mugu Surf
Contest Presented
by Quiksilver, Surfers Beach. Las
Posas Gate opens at 6 a.m. both
days. Details, Page 19.
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ATTENTION CAR
ENTHUSIASTS:
Interested in car shows
or modifying your
car? Join this new car club, which
meets for the first time at 4 p.m.
at the NBVC Port Hueneme Auto
Hobby Shop.
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Come on. Do you really need 10 cans
of tuna in your pantry?
Grab a couple of those cans, and the
next time youre in the commissary, buy
an extra jar of peanut butter and drop
them all in one of the bright yellow col-
lection bins at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty (NBVC) marked Feds Feed Families.
It will be your way of helping in a mas-
sive nationwide food campaign whose goal
is to collect 2 million pounds of non-per-
ishable food nationwide for food banks
across the country. This is the first time
the Department of Defense is taking part
in Feds Feed Families.
The bright yellow collection barrels,
which belong to Food Share, Ventura
Countys food bank, are at eight locations
at NBVC Point Mugu and at 19 locations
at NBVC Port Hueneme. Most wanted
items include peanut butter; canned goods
such as beans, vegetables, fruit, tuna,
chicken and soup; rice and other grains;
dry beans; snacks such as crackers, pret-
zels, granola bars, trail mix and dried fruit;
and cereal.
All food donated at NBVC will be dis-
tributed to Food Share.
At NBVC Point Mugu, barrels are lo-
cated at Fleet Readiness Center, Bldg. 311;
Air Operations, Ground Electronics Main-
tenance Command, Hangar 355; NBVC
Headquarters, Bldg. 1; the Navy Ex-
change; Hawkeye Country,Carrier Air-
borne Command and Control Squadron,
Hangar 553; Point Mugu Medical Clinic;
the Chapel of Faith, Bldg. 121; and Fleet
Logistics Support Squadron 55, Hangar
34.
At NBVC Port Hueneme, barrels are
located at the Fleet and Family Support
Center, Bldg. 1169; the 31st Seabee Read-
iness Group, Bldg. 1000; Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division,
Bldgs. 445, 1387, 1388 and 1389; 30th Na-
val Construction Regiment, Bldg. 225;
Civil Engineer Corps Officers School,
Bldg. 1444; the Galley; the commissary;
the Navy Exchange; the Port Hueneme
Medical Clinic pharmacy, pediatrics and
primary care; Port Hueneme Dental Clin-
ic; Human Resources, Bldg. 41; Seabee
Chapel, Bldg. 1433; Engineering Service
Center, Bldg. 1100; and Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 3, Bldg. 1436.
Non-perishable items can be placed in
the barrels anytime through Sept. 9.
Feds Feed Families is an Office of Per-
sonnel Management initiative which has
requested DoD support during its third
annual campaign due to the impact of a
series of natural disasters that have de-
pleted charitable resources because of
increased demand.
This years theme is Feeding Families
one Fed at a Time.
For more information, or to volunteer
to assist in the campaign, please call 989-
7137 or 989-9234.
From pantry to barrel: Food drive needs help
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Chief Equipment Operator (SCW/PJ)
Joshua Petraitis sounded calmas he made
the call from the Naval Construction
Training Center (NCTC).
No, the building is not on fire,he told
the emergency dispatcher. But I think
people may be trapped. It looks like there
is excessive flooding theres water every-
where and the roof collapsed under pres-
sure.
It was the beginning of another exercise
during the two-day Citadel Rumble, which
took place at Naval Base Ventura County
and throughout the North and Southwest
Regions on Monday and Tuesday, July 18
and 19.
The annual drill gives first responders
and other personnel on base and through-
out the region practice on how to react
during a natural disaster. The scenario in
past years has involved earthquakes
hence the name Citadel Rumble but
this years involved a major storm that
damaged buildings and caused flooding
and landslides.
In addition to the collapsed roof at
NCTC, supposed damage included a bar-
racks fire at San Nicolas Island that
killed three, a collapsed roof at the
Mugu barracks, another collapsed roof
at the Child Development Center at Port
Hueneme that forced the evacuation of a
preschool classroom, and flooding of a
server roomthat temporarily knocked out
the base computer system.
Robert Huether, installation training
officer and lead coordinator of the event,
said about 200 people took part.
Its gone really well, he said as the
second day wrapped up. Its good for first
responders to be able to practice large
events like this.
As he spoke, several firefighters from
Naval Base Ventura County Federal Fire
were tending to the wounded stretched
out on color-coded tarps that made up a
triage unit outside the NCTC. The red tarp
was for those needing immediate attention,
yellow was for those for whom treatment
could wait, green was for those with minor
injuries and black was for the deceased.
The firefighters, some carrying thermal
imagers so they could locate people in
smoke- and debris-filled rooms, had
searched the NCTCand taken out the five
victims,placing themon the appropriate
tarps. For purposes of the exercise, each
victimwore a card around the neck stat-
ing the type of injury he or she had sup-
posedly sustained.
An impaled object in the chest? one
firefighter read aloud. That wouldnt be
a minor injury, and off to the red tarp
the Seabee went.
Brad Jones, training chief for Fed Fire,
called the exercise practical and neces-
sary.
This is an excellent exercise in that it
gives us training for something that could
really happen,he said. Its beneficial for
all base personnel.
Base trains for impact of natural disaster
PHOTO BY MC2 (SW) KARALIE MOORE / NBVC
Firefighters from Naval Base Ventura County
Federal Fire come to the aid of BU3Eric Olson
during a July 19 Citadel Rumble scenario in
which the roof of the Naval Construction
Training Center has supposedly collapsed.
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What do you do to curb the summer
doldrums? I polled my friends with kids
and did I get great ideas!
Alicia planned a summer kids program
for the children of her command, utilizing
the resources right on base. She arranged
for tours of the firehouse, the kennel and
working dogs, the commissary, the library
and even a tour of the bowling alley and
movie theater. To top off the summer she
arranged for a special matinee movie at
the CYP, complete with popcorn.
Kaua launched a character summer
with her neighbor. Together they launched
weekly scavenger hunts that required the
children to explore various aspects of
character, such as perseverance through
challenging activities or helping others
complete the hunt.
Sylvia established goals for each of her
three children with milestones along the
way to celebrate. Candi is learning to
swim, Josiah is learning about business by
launching a lawn mowing service in his
neighborhood and Molly is learning to
ride a two-wheel bike. And all three are
learning to bake their favorite cookie.
Phoebe wanted to lose weight this sum-
mer and felt she wanted to keep the kids
away from the television and computer.
She launched what she is calling her Sum-
mer Olympics. Every two weeks she and
the children add a new physical activity
or skill. They have learned geo-caching
(their favorite) and are building their bike
riding endurance on the paths near their
house with a goal of a family four-mile
bike ride. They start each day walking
their dog and increasing their route. Phoe-
be is down 11 pounds so far but says,
Growing closer as a family is the real
bonus.
Danielle and her children have taken up
agility training with their dogs. They went
to the library to research agility competi-
tion and training, then joined a local club
to learn more. So far they have built four
agility stations together and have success-
fully trained their Labrador and Scottie
in three of the four. Their goal is to enter
their dogs in their first competition this
fall.
Debra and her Marine put their teens
in charge of their monthly staycation
plans. They were given a budget to work
with and the task of researching attrac-
tions in the area, mapping the route, plan-
ning the event and managing the budget
for the monthly event. They had to learn
to work together, compromise, rely on
each others strengths and develop new
skills. Each event is more successful than
the previous, and, Debra said, the teens
are actually enjoying working and being
together.
With a little creativity and enlisting your
children in the process, the summer dol-
drums can become the best summer spent
together ever.
Connect with Beth Wilson at www.
facebook.com/EnlistedSpouseCommunity.
Clever ideas can curb summer doldrums
Homefront
in focus
with Beth
Wilson
Confused about the differences
between a PPO and an HMO? Won-
der if you have the dental plan thats
right for you? Interested in starting
up a flexible spending account?
The Human Resources Depart-
ment of Naval Base Ventura County
will hold a free seminar, Under-
standing Federal Employee Benefits,
from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Aug. 9, at the Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Divi-
sion, Bldg. 1388, Audiovisual Cen-
ter.
Topics include understanding cov-
erage of Health Maintenance Orga-
nizations (HMOs) and Preferred
Provider Organizations (PPOs);
choosing the right dental plan; how
to shop around for the best vision
plan; and an explanation of howflex-
ible spending accounts work. There
will also be a question and answer
session.
Call Rebecca Coronado at 982-
4084 for more information.
Benefits workshop
planned for Aug. 9
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School
connection
with Monica
James
Learning to read is the first step. Loving
to read is the next.
For so many students, the latter is the
more difficult of the two. Once a student
finds a topic or storyline that sparks an
interest, reading for hours ceases to be
difficult. For many students, the key is
finding a series of books that interests
them. With a series of books, the reading
doesnt have to stop once one book is
read.
A series of books will typically share
genres, settings and characters. Sometimes
storylines will carry over from one book
to the next. However, timelines are not
always chronological according to when
the books are published. Many times a
reader will enjoy many of the books in the
series if interested in one of them.
Many teachers will agree that finding a
book series will encourage an interest in
reading. Once that interest in a certain
genre is found, another similar book series
or author can usually be found.
There are some simple ways to help your
child select a book that is just right. Make
sure that your child is interested in the
book. Make sure he/she can read and fig-
ure out almost all the words. Also, make
sure that he/she understands the story and
can tell you what it is about. Listen to
him/her read. The reader should be able
to read smoothly. If your child is stum-
bling over words, he or she will not be able
to focus on reading for understanding.
The following list can be used as a guide-
line to find a book series. Reading and
interest level will also determine where
your childs interest may be found.
First Grade
The Dragon Series (Dave Pilkey): This
series features an awkward, smiling dino-
saur character who shares his experiences
he faces in his simple everyday tasks.
Fly Guy (Tedd Arnold): Fly Guy is a
funny super hero fly. The squiggly il-
lustrations are hilarious.
Second/Third Grade
Ato ZMysteries (Ron Roy): This series
features three smart kids who solve crime
and mysteries. The name of the series de-
rives itself from the titles of the stories,
from Absent Author to Zombie Zone.
Magic Tree House (Mary Pope Os-
borne): Jack and Annie are a brother and
sister who discover a magical tree house
that takes themon journeys through time
to different places around the world.
Judy Moody (Megan McDonald): Judy
is a fun and funny young character a
third grader with plenty of attitude. Stu-
dents will learn newfacts fromalgebra to
pirate lore, endangered species to the
American Revolution.
Fourth/Fifth Grade
A Series of Unfortunate Events (Lem-
ony Snicket): The unfortunate adventures
of three siblings who have been placed in
the custody of a greedy distant cousin
after the death of their parents.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Rick
Riordan): This series falls in the action/
adventure genre. It is based on Greek my-
thology. Percy discovers he is the son of
Poseidon and finds that beings of Greek
mythology still exist today on the mythical
600th floor of the Empire State Build-
ing.
Zibby Payne (Alison Bell): Zibby is an
outspoken tomboy who has many life les-
sons to learn while trying to find her place
among friends.
Teens
Artemis Fowl (Eoin Colfer): Fantasy
novels starring a teenage criminal master-
mind. According to the author, this series
is like Die Hard with fairies.
Dark Materials Series: Starting with
The Golden Compass, this series is about
a precocious orphan growing up in a uni-
verse in which science, theology and mag-
ic are closely allied.
For more books and book series ideas for
children in kindergarten through 12th grade,
or any K-12 education-related questions,
please contact the NBVC school liaison
officer at 989-5211 or monica.james@navy.
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Seabee Chapel
Port Hueneme
Building 1433
Phone: (805) 982-4358
Fax: (805) 982-5364
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 9 a.m.
Choir rehearsal: Wednesday, 6 p.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 11:15 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Christian Bible Studies
Womens Bible Study: Tuesday,
10 a.m.
Mens Prayer Meeting: Wednesday,
5:30 p.m.
All Hands Bible Study: Thursday,
11:30 a.m.
Catholic Religious Education
Pre-K through high school
Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chapel of Faith
Point Mugu
Building 121
Phone: (805) 989-7967
Fax: (805) 989-7968
Protestant
Episcopal service: 11 a.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 9 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 8:15 a.m.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Chaplains serving NBVC
Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Han
Command Chaplain
Lt. Deann Coleman
Staff Chaplain
Father Antony Berchmanz
Catholic Priest
Worship schedule
I believe it was Benjamin Franklin who
said, In this world there is nothing that
is certain except death and taxes. Those
of us who live in the military world could
add a third: deployments.
As a husband, father and Navy chap-
lain facing yet another deployment, I am
always torn between my sense of duty to
country and love for my family. I think I
speak for all service members in saying
to our loved ones, I dont want to leave
you. I hate being without you, but my
duty demands we make the sacrifice.
However, is the sacrifice worth it? Its
a fair question that many family members
cant help but ask and to which I offer
these thoughts.
First of all, our duty is noble and righ-
teous. Not only is it selfless to endure
danger and hardship to help an oppressed
people gain the freedom and security we
all enjoy, but a free and stable world
purged of strong terrorist interference
will make the world a safer place for all
of us, especially our children. If genera-
tions to come are to enjoy peace and
safety the war against terrorism must be
waged and won now. Our duty is not just
to country but primarily to the security
of our family and friends at home.
Secondly, and this is sometimes espe-
cially hard for spouses to understand, our
sense of duty in great part defines us as
men and women of honor. Without a
strong sense of duty life has no purpose.
Without a noble and righteous duty to
perform, strength of character and com-
mitment cannot be formed in us or grow
to full maturity. As much as you may be
tempted to believe your loved ones sense
of duty comes before their love for you,
consider this: If they would shirk their
duty to country and career, what makes
you think they wouldnt shirk their duty
to you?
It is the demonstration of this strength
of character and commitment to country
and career that contributes to your con-
fidence and assurance that your loved one
has the character to remain committed
to you. To question this honorable sense
of duty is to undermine the very thing
that defines him or her as a person worth
having and loving. Admittedly, we ser-
vice members and the commands who
own us all need to do a better job of
balancing our commitments to duty and
family, but the two can never be sepa-
rated. Neither can be forsaken without
also forsaking the other!
So for those who stay at home and wait
for their loved ones return, I applaud
you for understanding and making this
sacrifice with your service member. You
are our essential partners in fulfilling the
duty weve been given to perform. You
keep the home fires burning while we
are away. You are the ones that motivate
us to succeed. You are the warriors that
most uphold us to God in prayer. Your
love is most on our minds, and you are
the ones we most long to return to when
our job is done. You are the reason we
risk our lives to make the world a better
place.
As much as you need our strength, we
need yours. Help your service member
stay focused on his or her duty by pa-
tiently understanding their absence. Tell
them you love them all the more for being
a person of such character and commit-
ment. And above all else, may we all look
to God with an unshakable faith worthy
of the one who fulfilled the ultimate duty
for each of us on the cross.
Certainties in military life: death, taxes, deployments
On Saturday, July 30, Operation
Homefront Southern California will say
thank you to military families by provid-
ing their children with needed school
supplies and new backpacks for the
school year.
Registered military families (E-1 to
E-6) are invited to attend the Backpack
Brigade from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Fleet & Family Support Center, Naval
Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme,
where 350 children will be able to choose
their own special backpack and stuff
them with new supplies for a successful
school year.
If you are a military family and would
like to learn more about how to par-
ticipate and register, please visit www.
operationhomefront.net/socal and click
on July 30 on the event calendar.
For more information about the event,
contact Vance Vasquez in the Public Af-
fairs Office at vance.vasquez@navy.mil
or by calling 989-8095.
Theres still time to register for a free backpack July 30
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
By all accounts, it was indeed a great
Seabee day.
About 300 community leaders, Naval
Base Ventura County personnel and cur-
rent and retired Seabees attended the
Friday, July 22, ribbon-cutting of the
new U.S. Navy Seabee Museum just out-
side the gates of NBVC Port Huen-
eme.
It was a long and arduous road, but
we did it! said Museum Director Lara
Godbille, who, since October, has been
overseeing the cataloging and moving
of 12,000 artifacts and 9,000 linear feet
of documents more than 350 pallets
of material from two postwar Quon-
set huts to the new 38,000-square foot,
state-of-the-art building.
Community and Navy leaders agreed
the museum will be a big draw to the
area.
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding of-
ficer of the base, said tourists will want
to visit, families will want to share their
Navy heritage with their children and
grandchildren, and local residents will
want to learn about an integral part of
the local community.
People can come here and learn about
the immense impact Seabees have had
here in Ventura County, he said. Over
the past 60 years, Seabees have raised
families here, served their community
and helped make this the best place to
live.
NBVC and the city of Port Hueneme
were praised for their cooperative efforts
to move the museum outside the gates
so visitors dont have to get a special
pass for base access.
Making it easily accessible to the
community was important, said Rear
Adm. Christopher Mossey, commander
of the Naval Facilities Engineering Com-
mand and Chief of Civil Engineers, who
called the building spectacular.
The best part about it is that it can
be expanded, he added. After all, Sea-
bees are making history every day.
The museum is the second-oldest of
the Navys 11 museums.
It is simply superb, retired Rear
Adm. Jay DeLoach, director of the Na-
300 attend opening of Seabee Museums new quarters
PHOTO BY MASON T. LOWERY / NFELC PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
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of the Civil Engineer Corps/Seabee Historical Foundation; Rear Adm. Christopher J.
Mossey, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and Chief of Civil Engineers;
exhibit manager Bill Shaner; archivist Gina Nichols; curator Kim Crowell; Capt. Jim McHugh,
commanding officer, NBVC; and retired Rear Adm. Jay DeLoach, director of the Naval
History and Heritage Command.
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val History and Heritage Command,
said of the new building, and it has that
new-car smell.
Retired Rear Adm. Ben Montoya,
chairman of the Seabee Historical Foun-
dation, reminded the crowd that the
museum is a work in progress. While the
building is complete, only half of the
display space has been filled.
This is a glimpse of what the future
will hold, he said. We are continuing
to raise funds to complete a quality mu-
seum.
After the ribbon-cutting, visitors
walked in to find dozens of displays de-
picting Seabee life from World War II
onward. Media stations were set up in
several locations, showing some of the
2,300 reels of 16mm film from the mu-
seums archives.
This is spectacular, said Port Hue-
neme Mayor Sylvia Munoz Schnopp as
she walked through one of the galleries.
It gives a true sense of the history of
the Seabees and their importance in the
U.S. military. Its an honor to have it
here in Port Hueneme.
Chief Steelworker Louie Alvarez and
Chief Utilitiesman Mark Klusken, both
of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
40, said their favorite part of the mu-
seum was a small corner across from the
main exhibits where two kiosks showed
short documentaries about World War
II- and Vietnam-era Seabees.
Those old-timers telling stories and
talking about events, that was something
else, Alvarez said.
Mary Anne Rooney, a commissioner
for the Oxnard Harbor District, which
oversees the Port of Hueneme, said the
museum brought out her patriotism.
I come here and I realize how proud
I am to be an American, she said.
The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Saturday and
from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission
is free.
PHOTO COURTESY LISA ZIMMERMAN / NITC
Capt. Paz Gomez, commanding officer, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NAVFAC
ESC), checks out NEMO, the Naval Experimental Manned Observatory that was created
in the 1970s at Port Hueneme by NAVFAC ESCs predecessor, the Naval Civil Engineering
Laboratory. The NEMO exhibit is one of our proudest accomplishments and is fondly
remembered years after its last deployment, Gomez said.
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By CMC (SCW/AW/SW) Jesse A. Sherwin
NMCB 3
Cmdr. Scott P. Raymond relieved
Cmdr. Patrick A. Garin on July 8 as the
commanding officer of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3 dur-
ing a ceremony at the Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Port Hueneme, ceremo-
nial grinder.
I cannot begin to express my grati-
tude for your hard work, Garin told
the Sailors of NMCB 3 during the cer-
emony. Your professionalism, dedica-
tion and skill cannot be overstated.
Garin, a native of Albuquerque,
N.M., had served as NMCB 3s com-
manding officer since 2009. Previously,
he served at Navy Personnel Command,
Millington, Tenn.
It has truly been an inspiration for
me to work with each and every one of
you, said Garin.
Raymond comes to the battalion from
Bethesda, Md., where he served as the
Public Works resident officer in charge
of construction. He led the construc-
tion program to establish the new Wal-
ter Reed National Military Medical
Center. Raymond previously served as
the operations officer of the 30th Naval
Construction Regiment in Port Huen-
eme.
I am honored to be taking command
of such an outstanding organization,
Raymond said during the ceremony.
Raymond graduated from Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute with a bachelor
of science degree in computer and sys-
tems engineering, and he completed
Civil Engineer Corps Officer School in
1994. Raymond also holds a masters
degree in information technology man-
agement from the Navy Postgraduate
School.
I offer my solemn commitment to
be fiercely loyal to you in everything
we do, and all my energy to do right in
spite of barriers and obstacles, Ray-
mond told the Sailors of NMCB 3.
Raymonds awards include the Meri-
torious Service Medal, Navy Commen-
dation Medal and Navy Achievement
Medal. He is Seabee Combat Warfare
Officer qualified, a member of the De-
fense Acquisition Corps and is a regis-
tered Professional Engineer in the state
of Oregon.
NMCB 3 is homeported in Port Hue-
neme and is preparing for a spring de-
ployment to Europe and Africa.
Raymond relieves Garin as NMCB 3 commanding officer
By Lt. Daniel Fredrickson
NMCB 40
The chiefs and officers of Naval Mobile Construc-
tion Battalion (NMCB) 40, along with the battalions
squad leaders, recently completed their respective an-
nual Field Training Exercises.
The two-week courses, instructed by the 31st Sea-
bee Readiness Group, were divided into one week of
classroom instruction onboard Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme, followed by a one-week prac-
tical application at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps
Base for the chiefs and officers and Camp Roberts
for the squad leaders.
The classroom portion for the chiefs and officers
focused on big picture topics, including convoy op-
erations and defensive tactics, while the squad leaders
engaged in smaller unit topics such as fighting posi-
tions, the placement of crew-served weapons and
concertina wire placement.
There were many opportunities for members to be
up front and brief the entire class on the given mis-
sion. Many of the learning objectives forced the mem-
bers to work in teams to accomplish the desired out-
come.
Following the conclusion of the classroomportion,
the chiefs and officers left for Camp Pendleton. The
week began with a barbecue and friendly softball
game before the topics discussed the previous week
could be put to use in a field setting.
Land navigation at the Marine Corps School of
Infantry led off the exercise, followed by defensive
tactics, Forward Operating Base security, tactical
convoy simulator and numerous scenarios at the Com-
bat Operations Training Center.
Along with the individual skills obtained by each
member, many of the situations and scenarios focused
on the leaderships ability to receive a mission from
a higher command and deliver the mission at the bat-
talion level. Communication skills and planning were
the emphasis of much of the training. The week
ended with a dining-in at the Camp Pendleton Golf
Course before a return to Port Hueneme.
More than 60 squad leaders concluded their week
of classroominstruction and traveled north to Camp
Roberts for a week of practical training in the field.
The topics discussed the week prior were put to use
as the members dug fighting positions, placed more
than 600 meters of concertina wire and worked on
the strategic placement of their crew-served weapons.
A highlight of the week was their opportunity to
detonate M18A1 Claymore mines and throw M67
hand grenades.
The energy and endurance combined with the
training tempo and squad motivation made this an
enjoyable learning experience that I wont forget,
said Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Antoine Jones.
The learning and experience gained by the leader-
ship of NMCB40 will prove valuable as the battalion
continues through its fast-paced homeport training
schedule in preparation for its upcoming Pacific Com-
mand deployment.
Chiefs, officers
of NMCB 40
train in the field
By EOC (SCW) Aaron Brady
NMCB 40
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 40 recently conducted a training exercise to create
a water well at Fort Hunter Liggett.
The 21 Seabees from NMCB 40 drilled more than 600 feet
into the Earths crust before they began pumping water. The
Seabees completed their training on June 3.
Equipment Operator Constructionman Crystal Morris was
among the team.
Water well teamtraining was a great experience,she said.
I learned a great deal about the entire operation, from trip-
ping-in to tripping-out with drill steel to doing a thousand
mud tests to ensure proper viscosity and sand content. It
wasnt bad. We got dirty and it was fun!
The group was divided into two teams working 12-hour
shifts to ensure round-the-clock operations as the well was
being developed. Upon completion of the well, the crewaban-
doned it and its operation in accordance with Monterey
Countys guidelines.
The water well team training provided by the 31st Seabee
Readiness Groups Contingency Construction CrewTraining
(R73) is a requirement the battalion must obtain every home-
port.
When Seabees deploy to the Pacific Theatre of Operation,
water wells are an essential part of the humanitarian efforts
we do to foster goodwill, said Construction Mechanic 1st
Class Andrew Duchscher, assistant officer in charge of water
wells for the 2011 drilling team. Being able to do this for
people who dont have fresh water is a great thing. The peo-
ple from those countries really appreciate it.
Before going to Fort Hunter Liggett, Seabees who are con-
sidered drillers attend a C school in China Lake, where
they become certified through the Navys Enlisted Classifica-
tion system (NEC 5707). These drillers learn the in-depth
necessities of water well drilling.
Four of the 21 personnel who attended the training are
certified 5707 drillers, said Duchscher. So now it is our job
to ensure our knowledge gets down to the junior Seabees we
bring with us on deployments and ensure they understand
the basics well enough to perform as solid crew members.
NMCB 40 drills wells
PHOTO BY MCC MICHAEL B. WATKINS / NMCB 40
Chiefs and officers from NMCB 40 participate in land
navigation as part of their Field Training Exercise at
Camp Pendleton.
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By Lt. James Swiggart
VAW-117 public affairs officer
Cmdr. Fred C. Goldhammer
relieved Cmdr. Brent A. Trickel
as commanding officer, Carrier
Airborne Early Warning Squad-
ron 117 (VAW-117) during a
change of command ceremony
held aboard Naval Base Ventura
County, Point Mugu, on July
14.
Capt. Gregory N. Harris, com-
mander, Carrier Air Wing 11,
served as the guest speaker.
Since taking command in May
2010, Trickel oversaw the squad-
ron flying more than 850 hours
and 430 sorties. The squadron
completed several notable accom-
plishments, including transferring
multiple aircraft in and out of the
squadron and across the country
for various aircraft upgrade pro-
grams, completing a major in-
spection and providing the first
ever E-2Csupport to the U.S. Air
Force Weapons School Mission
Execution Phase.
Its a sad day for me, as I am
leaving the best job in the Navy,
Trickel said. Im leaving behind
140 people who were a pleasure
to lead and work with every day.
I feel that the squadron is mark-
edly better now than it was when
I arrived, and I would love to stay
and see us through work-ups
again. However, I am looking
forward to my next job. During
my last tour at the Naval Strike
and Air Warfare Center, I
dreamed about returning there to
be in charge of the Weapons
School. The fact that I get to take
over a job I have always wanted
is exciting.
Goldhammer, formerly the
squadrons executive officer, de-
scribed howlucky he was to serve
under Trickel and that they saw
eye-to-eye on virtually every is-
sue. Thanks to that, the squad-
ron shouldnt expect any drastic
changes once he takes the reins,
but rather a shift in focus to the
next challenge facing the Wall-
banger team: deployment.
The Wallbanger mission is to
get ourselves, the CVW-11
Barbwire Team and the Nimitz
Strike Group ready for combat
deployment in 2012, Goldham-
mer said.
The change of command cer-
emony gives us a chance to rem-
inisce about and express our
gratitude to Cmdr. Trickel for his
leadership and contributions dur-
ing his tenure as our commanding
officer, he added. In the bigger
scheme of things, the change of
command isnt really about any
single person, but rather about
us, the Wallbanger team, as we
reflect upon where weve been,
where we stand today and where
were headed.
Commenting on being selected
as the squadrons 30th command-
ing officer, Goldhammer stated,
Taking command of a sea-going
operational squadron is the cul-
mination of a 22-year long jour-
ney that started when I first swore
in as a Naval Academy midship-
man. Its hard to imagine how I
could ever top the experience of
leading the most talented group
of officers, chiefs and Sailors Ive
ever had the privilege of serving
with through the rigors of pre-
deployment training. All this be-
ing said, I want to come back to
the same point: The change of
command isnt about me; rather,
its about marking the teams
progress towards our next mile-
stone, specifically our prepara-
tions for next years deploy-
ment.
Goldhammer 30th commanding officer of VAW-117
PHOTO BY AME1 RONALDO DIONES / VAW-117
Cmdr. Fred C. Goldhammer, incoming commanding officer for VAW-117,
discusses his plans for the squadron, as Cmdr. Brent A. Trickel reflects
on his past year as commanding officer.
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By Nichole OGrady
NSWC Port Hueneme Command
Communications
Working for the Navy is a very
rewarding career, whether it be
as an engineer working with mis-
siles, or physically joining the
naval fleet to support our coun-
try.
On June 14, visiting youth from
Los Angeles Eagle Empower-
ment program were provided
these words of encouragement
fromNaval Surface Warfare Cen-
ter (NSWC) Port Huenemes
technical director, Timothy Tro-
ske.
The students, who ranged in
age from 10 to 17, spent the day
touring the command, learning
about the various engineering
roles that comprise PHD.
It was our intent to expose
them to a career option that they
may never have thought of before
by seeing what the Navy and civil-
ians do at NSWC, said Yolanda
Carroll, chief operations officer
for Eagle Empowerment.
Eagle Empowerment is a non-
profit organization that provides
Los Angeles youth and adults
educational and training experi-
ences that are motivational, in-
spirational and designed to cul-
tivate leadership skills.
Students toured NSWC Port
Huenemes Surface Warfare En-
gineering Facility (SWEF), where
ships combat weapons systems
are tested and evaluated in a con-
trolled laboratory environment.
One of the main systems remote-
ly controlled by SWEF is the
Navys Self Defense Test Ship,
which students boarded during
their visit.
The students also met with
NSWC Port Huenemes com-
manding officer, Capt. William
DeBow, who briefed themon the
commands role within the
Navy.
At NSWCPort Hueneme, our
workforce is comprised of people
with different backgrounds, cul-
tures and educations who work
as scientists, engineers, analysts,
computer specialists, technicians
and administrative personnel,he
said. We are all working togeth-
er to support the men and wom-
en who fight for our country and
freedom.
NSWC opens career
paths for L.A. youth
PHOTOS BY ALYCE MONCOURTOIS / NSWC PHD
Standing in front of the NATO Sea Sparrow Missile System launcher, Lt.
Kristen Kerns invites questions from visiting Eagle Empowerment youth
as they tour Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Divisions
Self Defense Test Ship last month.
Kids ages 10 to 17
tour test ship
All persons eligible to hunt wa-
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Mugu, are invited to participate
in the annual repair of hunting
blinds.
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and retired military personnel;
current and retired NBVC De-
partment of Defense civil service
personnel; and NBVCcontractor
personnel with an NBVC CAC
badge. Blind repair will take place
during the month of September,
with specific dates to be deter-
mined.
On or after Aug. 1, volunteers
are asked to e-mail their name,
one or preferably two phone num-
bers and eligibility status to Vern
at NBVChunting@verizon.net or
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terfowl phone (805) 890-7245.
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their assignments in early Septem-
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By Kenneth Moore
Air Dominance Department
NSWC Port Hueneme
Personnel from Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Di-
vision, played a significant role in
the Royal Australian Navy (RAN)
FFG 7 class ship Standard Missile-
2 (SM-2) firing event held last
month.
The June 13-20 event was the cul-
mination of a four-year effort.
Conducted aboard the HMAS
Sydney (FFG 03) near the Pacific
Missile Range Facility Barking
Sands, the event served as a com-
bined development and operational
test of the ability to deploy the SM-
2 in mid-course guidance mode.
While in this mode, the SM-2 is in-
structed to only track the target
several seconds before the intercept,
allowing the missile to fly silently.
Personnel from Port Hueneme
were responsible for the design, de-
velopment, integration and test of
the software upgrade to the weapons
control processor of the Mk 92 Fire
Control System, which is a key ele-
ment in the systemthat provides the
new capability to launch SM-2 mis-
siles from the Mk 13 launcher.
The main objective of the firing
event was to verify that the FFG
could engage targets with an SM-2
operating in mid-course guidance
mode,said Paul DelPopolo, NSWC
Port Hueneme software develop-
ment project lead. It is very satisfy-
ing to see all the hard work the team
has put into the project over the last
few years, come together so nicely
in achieving the objective.
The primary benefit of mid-course
guidance mode is that it allows the
SM-2 to fly silently without having
to provide constant illumination
during its trajectory to the point of
intercept. This provides the missile
a better chance to fly undetected.
In addition, this mode also allows
for the engagement of threats at
much farther ranges than prior to
the upgrade.
A team effort, the successful fir-
ing event included NSWC Port
Hueneme, NSWC Indian Head,
Johns Hopkins University Applied
Physics Laboratory, BAE Systems
Technology Solutions and Services
and the Royal Australian Navy.
NSWCPort Hueneme has worked
closely with the Royal Australian
Navy to deliver a combat-ready
missile and associated combat sys-
tem upgrades, aiding the allied ef-
fort to protect national interests at
home and abroad.
This test event served as a way
for NSWCPort Hueneme personnel
to assist a U.S. ally in meeting fu-
ture operational requirements, while
aligning with the Chief of Naval
Operations maritime strategy to
foster and sustain cooperative rela-
tionships with international part-
ners.
NSWC helps with Australian project
PHOTO COURTESY ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY
A Standard Missile-2 is shown in flight during a Royal Australian
Navy live fire exercise near the Pacific Missile Range Facility
last month.
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By Mark Storer
Reprinted from the Ventura County Star
Scott and Jenelle Hatzung say theyve al-
ways believed in giving back to the com-
munity that nurtured them. They also say,
nearly in unison, that theyve had a good
year.
Scott, 27, recently finished his bachelors
degree in organizational management from
the University of La Verne and was pro-
moted by the Navy to aviation support
equipment technician 1st class. He then re-
ceivedanawardfromtheOceanViewSchool
District for volunteer work in reading that
he and his command did at Laguna Vista
School near Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC).
Earlier this month, Scott and Jenelle, 28,
learned they had been named Navy Family
of the Year by the National Military Fam-
ily Association in Washington, D.C.
The Hatzungs married in April 2009 and
live at NBVC, Point Mugu.
Theyre a very inspiring couple, said
NBVC School Liaison Officer Monica
James, who nominated the Hatzungs. For
a young Sailor who doesnt have kids to set
upareadingprogramlike that says somuch.
Not only didthey volunteer todoa reading
program, but Scott helped raise $1,800 for
supplies for the school library.
Jenelle really stepped up as a volunteer.
When the two of themsee a need, they find
solutions and fill it.
Scott said Laguna Vista has a large num-
ber of children who live on base and they
recognize him when they see him.
Its kind of nice to have that connection
with them,he said.
I just felt like the spouses have the tough-
est time on base, said his wife. I mean, I
was here six months before I even knew
about the ThousandOaks mall. I wantedto
reach out to the Navy spouses and just let
them know there are resources for them.
When preparing to nominate the Hat-
zungs, James turned to Jenelles parents,
CommandMaster Chief KennethClements
and his wife, Colleen.
I got to know them during my research
and thought I had to nominate them, too,
James said.
Clements is command master chief for
the Navy Recruiting District in Minneapo-
lis.
By the time she was in 12th grade, shed
gone to 13 schools, Clements said of his
daughter in a phone interview. It was part
of Navy life, andshe never complained. Im
soproudof themboth. Scott is a great man,
a great Sailor.
It was such a surprise, Jenelle said of
the award. But I sawmy parents being ac-
tively involved with kids and volunteering
and how much theyve done.
Her husband agreed.
Theyre an inspiration to us,he said.
The couple say they plantostart a family
soon. While Scott just finished college and
has hopes of becoming a Navy officer, Jen-
elle has a bachelors degree in political sci-
ence from UC Riverside.
The National Military Families Associa-
tionhonors afamilyeachyear ineachbranch
of the service. The awardrecognizes strong
military families who embrace their service
to the nation, are role models in their com-
munity, and understand that together they
are stronger, the associations website
states.
The couple traveledtoWashington, D.C.,
for anawards ceremony July 21, where they
were in the running for Military Family of
the Year. But that night the honor went to
a family from the Air Force and one from
the Army.
Thats icing on the cake,Jenelle said of
being consideredfor Military Family of the
Year. Were just blessed and honored to be
where we are.
(This story originally appeared in the July 8
edition of the Ventura County Star.)
NBVC Point Mugu couple named Navy Family of the Year
PHOTO BY MONICA JAMES / NBVC
Jenelle and AS1 Scott Hatzung of Fleet
Readiness Center Southwest recently
traveled to Washington, D.C., to pick up
honors as Navy Family of the Year. The
couple lives at Naval Base Ventura County,
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NPS-CAW
A delegation from the Republic of Ta-
jikistan in Eastern Europe recently at-
tended a seminar hosted by the Naval
Postgraduate Schools Center for Asym-
metic Warfare (CAW) to learn the best
techniques law enforcement and civilian
agencies have developed to work together
during emergencies.
Representatives fromthe Port Hueneme
Police Department, Port Hueneme City
Hall and the Oxnard Harbor District also
attended the June 28 seminar, which in-
cluded a tour of the Port of Hueneme,
unique in its dual use by military and civil-
ian personnel.
The tour was conducted aboard CAWs
85-foot fast patrol craft, CAW-1, which
also took the participants along the Ven-
tura County coastline and to several off-
shore oil and gas platforms.
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federal, private and volunteer organiza-
tions can best work together to coordinate
a fast and effective response to an emer-
gency or disaster, thereby limiting injuries,
damage to property and loss of life.
CAW demonstrated how those groups
use the National Incident Management
System to coordinate emergency re-
sponse.
In-depth discussions followed on the
benefits of having first responders use
the same terminologies and equipment.
CAW also explained the different levels
of emergency activation commands, from
Incident Command Systems at city and
local levels to Emergency Operations
Centers at county, state and federal lev-
els.
Noting that significant steps need to
be taken to put what they learned into
practice, Tajikistan representatives said
they gained valuable insight into the ad-
vantages of having responding organiza-
tions integrate operations during a cri-
sis.
They said the lessons learned and best
practices collected by U.S. agencies
through the years will be of great value
and will contribute significantly to the
safety and security of Tajikstan.
CAW, located at Naval Base Ventura
County, Point Mugu, is a satellite re-
search center of the Naval Postgraduate
School. Its mission is to facilitate the im-
provement of preparedness and capa-
bilities of military and civil authorities
at all levels to prevent, defend against,
and mitigate the effects of asymmetric
threats to national, homeland, and glob-
al security, including terrorism and natu-
ral or man-made disasters.
Best disaster-response techniques
shared with Republic of Tajikistan
PHOTO BY SCOTT BREWER / NPS-CAW
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were key elements of a three-day surfing
clinic offered through the Naval Base Ven-
tura County youth sports program.
A second clinic will be held Aug. 15, 17
and 19, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. each day.
Cost is $60 per child.
The first clinic drew 10 children. The
youngest was 9 years old; the oldest was
14.
The hardest part is knowing when to
catch the wave so it doesnt take you
down, said Morgan Glover, 13, the
daughter of Karrie and Lt. Eric Glover
of the Fleet Readiness Center.
Her 10-year-old sister, Madison, said
that for her, standing up was the hardest
part.
Trying to stand and not have the nose
of the board go into the sand is tough,
she said.
Brett Lane, NBVCs youth sports coor-
dinator, said ocean safety is the clinics top
priority.
The kids have to learn about different
currents, different waves and what they
can do and the dangers they pose,he said.
We also teach them about ocean life and
taking care of the ocean.
Lane uses the buddy system; an adult
lifeguard accompanies each child into the
water.
We start on land, he explained. We
practice going from being prone on the
surfboard to standing its called up-
downs.
Once the children feel comfortable with
that, they head out to the waves.
We stress that it takes awhile, Lane
said. We dont want them to be discour-
aged, but they have to learn how to read
a wave and know which one will be the
best ride. It takes practice, but I knowthat
once that get that first ride, theyll never
stop.
Starting a surf clinic was one of Lanes
top priorities when he became the youth
sports director late last year.
This beach has one of the best breaks
in the United States, he said. What bet-
ter place to learn?
For more information or to register for
the upcoming clinic, call 982-5460.
NBVC offers first surf clinic
Online registration closes Monday, Aug.
8, for the 4th annual NBVC Point Mugu
Surf Contest Presented by Quiksilver at
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC), Point
Mugu.
The Mens Open, Young Guns andBody-
board divisions are already filled for the
contest, set for Saturday and Sunday, Aug.
20-21. Open are the Womens and Active
Duty Military Men divisions. Entry fee is
$20 for military and$100 for civilians. Enter
online at active.com,
The event itself is free to attend. Opening
ceremonies on Saturday begin at 7
a.m. There will be live music and vendor
booths, including food booths, all day.
The public can enter the Las Posas Road
gate at NBVC Point Mugu both Saturday
and Sunday. All guests are directed to a
parking lot and then shuttled to and from
the event. Cameras are allowed; however,
the maximum focal length is not to exceed
100mm. For more information, checkFace-
bookat NBVCPoint Mugu, Port Hueneme,
San Nicolas Island or call up the base web-
site at http://www.cnic.navy.mil/ventura/.
Surf contest is
Aug. 20-21
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Bennett Korka, 12, the son of Katie and
Capt. John Korka, commodore of the 31st
Seabee Readiness Group, practices up-
downs, going from prone to standing on a
surfboard.
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Night. About 1,500 people took advantage of the
light crowds to enjoy the carnival rides and other
activities.
Friday alsomarkedthe ribbon-cuttingfor the new
Seabee Museum. For details on that event, see Pag-
es 7 and 8.
The big day came Saturday and began with Pass
in Review, a military parade involving hundreds of
Seabees fromNaval Mobile ConstructionBattalions
(NMCBs) 3, 5and40, the Naval ConstructionTrain-
ing Center and the 31st Seabee Readiness Group,
all of which are homeported at NBVC Port Huen-
eme. NMCB 4 is currently deployed to Afghani-
stan.
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer of
NBVC, welcomed the crowd and talked about the
Seabees accomplishments both locally and world-
wide.
He was followed by Capt. John Korka, commo-
dore of the 31st Seabee Readiness Group, whoyelled
Hoo-rah! to the Seabees and got one in return.
You look sharp and sound ready, he told
them.
To the audience, he pointed out that the men and
womeninuniformbehindhimwere their neighbors
and friends who deserved a big thank-you.
These Sailors have answered the 9-1-1 call every
time the world has gotten one, and there have been
plenty of calls, he said.
The audience responded with loud applause.
Guest of honor for the parade was Rear Adm.
Christopher J. Mossey, commander of the Naval
Facilities Engineering Command and Chief of
Civil Engineers.
It was Mossey who pinned the Purple Heart on
UT1 Trent Westlake of Camarillo.
Westlake was escorting Afghani local national
contractors throughanEntryControl Point holding
tent at Forward Operating Base Wilson in the Kan-
dahar Province on Dec. 2, 2010, when enemy insur-
gents fired two 85mm rockets. One landed in the
tent and exploded, injuring 11 people, including
Westlake.
Despite being stunnedfromthe explosion, Petty
Officer Westlake remainedcalmandprovidedcom-
bat casualty care, Mossey said.
Westlake helpedpull out twoinjuredcivilians and
applied a tourniquet to a third persons bleeding leg
before shipmates noticed Westlake himself was in-
jured. He ended up being medically evacuated for
treatment for shrapnel injuries to his left arm and
right leg.
Westlake received a standing ovation.
Opening ceremonies ended with a loud Seabee
Days tradition: a flyover by an E-2CHawkeye and
six armored vehicles from NMCB 3s Convoy Se-
curity Element circling the parade grounds, some
of themfiring blank rounds fromthe mounted ma-
chine guns.
After that, the crowd splintered off to dozens of
activities: touring a mock Seabee camp, watching a
boxing exhibition, gazing at more than100 lustrous
autos on display at the car show, braving the carni-
val rides, cheering on one of 10 teams in a softball
tournament that would last 12 hours.
Buses shuttledpeople tothe Seabee Museum, and
about 2,300 people visited over the two days, Mu-
seum Director Lara Godbille said.
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Seabee Days draws large crowd
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
A flag hanging between two massive cranes while Seabees march in front is part of a 24-year Seabee Days tradition. Taking part in Pass in Review
are Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCBs) 3, 5 and 40, the Naval Construction Training Center and the 31st Seabee Readiness
Group, all homeported at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme. NMCB 4 is currently deployed to Afghanistan.
PHOTO BY MCC (SCW/AW/SW) JESSE SHERWIN
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3s Convoy Security Element team drive Mine Resistant Ambush
Protected Vehicles in front of the crowd at the end of Seabee Days opening ceremonies on Saturday, July 23.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Josh Adams, 8, his face painted in camouflage, takes aim during Seabee Days on Saturday. Mom
Tyece brought Josh from Thousand Oaks to enjoy the activities.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Adam Fusinato of the U.S. Navy backs Juan Gonzales of Espada Boxing Club on the ropes
during Saturdays boxing exhibition at Seabee Days 2011. Fusinato would win the three-
round bout, one of nine held that day. For all results, see www.thelighthousenews.com.
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Above, 5-year-old Megan Graves, daughter of
Julie and MAC Thomas Graves of Naval Base
Ventura County, dances to the Walking Phoenixes
on Saturday during Seabee Days 2011. Below,
divers from Underwater Construction Team 2
show youngsters what they can do below the
surface. The tank, which the team brings out for
major events, was a popular stop during Seabee
Days and provided a nice cool-down as divers
splashed water on spectators.
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Night. About 1,500 people took advantage of the
light crowds to enjoy the carnival rides and other
activities.
Fridayalsomarkedthe ribbon-cuttingfor the new
Seabee Museum. For details on that event, see Pag-
es 7 and 8.
The big day came Saturday and began with Pass
in Review, a military parade involving hundreds of
Seabees fromNaval Mobile ConstructionBattalions
(NMCBs) 3, 5and40, the Naval ConstructionTrain-
ing Center and the 31st Seabee Readiness Group,
all of which are homeported at NBVC Port Huen-
eme. NMCB 4 is currently deployed to Afghani-
stan.
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer of
NBVC, welcomed the crowd and talked about the
Seabees accomplishments both locally and world-
wide.
He was followed by Capt. John Korka, commo-
dore of the 31st Seabee Readiness Group, whoyelled
Hoo-rah! to the Seabees and got one in return.
You look sharp and sound ready, he told
them.
To the audience, he pointed out that the men and
womeninuniformbehindhimwere their neighbors
and friends who deserved a big thank-you.
These Sailors have answered the 9-1-1 call every
time the world has gotten one, and there have been
plenty of calls, he said.
The audience responded with loud applause.
Guest of honor for the parade was Rear Adm.
Christopher J. Mossey, commander of the Naval
Facilities Engineering Command and Chief of
Civil Engineers.
It was Mossey who pinned the Purple Heart on
UT1 Trent Westlake of Camarillo.
Westlake was escorting Afghani local national
contractors throughanEntry Control Point holding
tent at Forward Operating Base Wilson in the Kan-
dahar Province on Dec. 2, 2010, when enemy insur-
gents fired two 85mm rockets. One landed in the
tent and exploded, injuring 11 people, including
Westlake.
Despite being stunnedfromthe explosion, Petty
Officer Westlake remainedcalmandprovidedcom-
bat casualty care, Mossey said.
Westlake helpedpull out twoinjuredcivilians and
applied a tourniquet to a third persons bleeding leg
before shipmates noticed Westlake himself was in-
jured. He ended up being medically evacuated for
treatment for shrapnel injuries to his left arm and
right leg.
Westlake received a standing ovation.
Opening ceremonies ended with a loud Seabee
Days tradition: a flyover by an E-2CHawkeye and
six armored vehicles from NMCB 3s Convoy Se-
curity Element circling the parade grounds, some
of themfiring blank rounds fromthe mounted ma-
chine guns.
After that, the crowd splintered off to dozens of
activities: touring a mock Seabee camp, watching a
boxing exhibition, gazing at more than100 lustrous
autos on display at the car show, braving the carni-
val rides, cheering on one of 10 teams in a softball
tournament that would last 12 hours.
Buses shuttledpeople tothe Seabee Museum, and
about 2,300 people visited over the two days, Mu-
seum Director Lara Godbille said.
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Seabee Days draws large crowd
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
A flag hanging between two massive cranes while Seabees march in front is part of a 24-year Seabee Days tradition. Taking part in Pass in Review
are Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCBs) 3, 5 and 40, the Naval Construction Training Center and the 31st Seabee Readiness
Group, all homeported at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme. NMCB 4 is currently deployed to Afghanistan.
PHOTO BY MCC (SCW/AW/SW) JESSE SHERWIN
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3s Convoy Security Element team drive Mine Resistant Ambush
Protected Vehicles in front of the crowd at the end of Seabee Days opening ceremonies on Saturday, July 23.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Josh Adams, 8, his face painted in camouflage, takes aim during Seabee Days on Saturday. Mom
Tyece brought Josh from Thousand Oaks to enjoy the activities.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Adam Fusinato of the U.S. Navy backs Juan Gonzales of Espada Boxing Club on the ropes
during Saturdays boxing exhibition at Seabee Days 2011. Fusinato would win the three-
round bout, one of nine held that day. For all results, see www.thelighthousenews.com.
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Above, 5-year-old Megan Graves, daughter of
Julie and MAC Thomas Graves of Naval Base
Ventura County, dances to the Walking Phoenixes
on Saturday during Seabee Days 2011. Below,
divers from Underwater Construction Team 2
show youngsters what they can do below the
surface. The tank, which the team brings out for
major events, was a popular stop during Seabee
Days and provided a nice cool-down as divers
splashed water on spectators.
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The boxing exhibition, which featured
nine bouts involving Navy and local fight-
ers, drew about 750 people, according to
Dan Alpern, the marketing director of
Morale, Welfare and Recreation, which
organized Seabee Days with Naval Base
Ventura County and the 31st Seabee
Readiness Group (31st SRG).
Overall, he said, Seabee Days ran
smoothly and was well-received.
We got a lot of positive feedback, he
said. People liked the variety and qual-
ity of rides in the carnival. The bus service
to and from the parking lot, which was
something new this year, was a big hit.
Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Christo-
pher Klock of the 31st SRG spent Satur-
day in the mockup Seabee camp, answer-
ing a ton of questions.
Everyone wants to know about the
gear, he said, pointing to about 40 items
laid out inside a tent that make up the
60- to 70-pound pack a Seabee normally
wears in a war zone. A lot of kids have
been asking questions, and so have a lot
of retirees. They want to know how this
compares to back in the day.
Sundays events included a karaoke con-
test and a motorcycle fun run and show.
For results of all the Seabee Days com-
petitions softball, boxing, karaoke, car
show and motorcycle show see www.
thelighthousenews.com.
Little kids climbing on big things was a
common occurrence at Seabee Days, where
front loaders and dump trucks were just a
few of the massive pieces of equipment on
display. Here, Chief Builder David Zahm of
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 helps
his son, Paul, 2, back onto solid ground.
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Benjamin Gonzales, 6, the son of Erica and BU1 Alejandro Gonzales of NMCB 3, checks
out a one-man tent on display in the Forward Operating Base replica at Seabee Days. A
security tower, bunker and bridge were also on display
Displays include
replica of camp
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation.
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Confidential clinical
counseling, relocation assistance, resume
assistance, financial consultations and
many other support services are available
at your convenience at the Fleet and Fam-
ily Support Center.
Life Skills Workshops
Couples Communication (4 sessions):
Strengthen your communication and your
connection as you juggle deployment,
money matters, partnership and parent-
ing. Mondays, Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22; 5 to 6:30
p.m.
Co-Parenting (5 sessions): For di-
vorced, separated, or two-household par-
ents. Tuesdays, Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; 5 to
6:30 p.m.
Blended Families (4 sessions): Learn
parenting and step-parenting skills. Learn
how to integrate into a new family. De-
velop understanding of developmental
milestones as well as the changing dynam-
ics in the family lifestyle today. Thursdays,
Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25; 3 to 5 p.m.
He Says, She Says: Understanding how
men and women are different can improve
expectations, communication and reduce
unnecessary hurt and stress. Wed., Aug.
10, 4:30 to 6 p.m.
Anger Management (6 sessions): In-
teractive class, recognizing cues of anger
and practicing healthy anger expressions.
New students must attend first session.
Wednesdays, Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 14, 28;
5 to 6:30 p.m.
Teen parenting (7 sessions) : Hands-on
parenting help for parents of teenage chil-
dren. Aug. 23, 30, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 17, Oct.
4; 1:30 to 3 p.m.
Career Support and Retention
NBVC Job Fair: Thursday, Sept. 8, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. FFSC, Bldg 1169, Port
Hueneme. Open to active duty, spouses,
reservists, retirees, Defense Department
or contract employees, and anyone who
has installation access.
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
What Employers Want: International
HRSpecialists reveal what companies are
looking for! Thurs., Aug. 4, 2 to 3 p.m.
Call 982-5325 to register!
Goal Setting: Learn how to identify,
prioritize and achieve long, medium, and
short-termgoals through proper planning
and organizational strategy. Fri., Aug. 5,
10 a.m. to noon.
Corporate resume writing: Cutting-
edge resume techniques! Must call 982 -
5325 to register. Fri., Aug. 12, 7:30 to 9
a.m.
Federal Employment: Resume, web-
sites and the application process. Fri.,
Aug. 12, 9 to 11 a.m.
VAWorkshops/Briefs: Get on-the-spot
assistance in filing, reopening or appeal-
ing your VA claim. Three reps to assist
you. Active duty, veteran, widows, walk-
ins welcome! Wed., Aug. 24, 9 a.m. to
noon.
Sexual Assault Prevention
Response (SAPR)
SAPRAdvocate Monthly Meeting: All
command advocates are required to attend
as part of their annual refresher training.
Thurs., July 28, call 982-5037 for times!
Ombudsman
Ombudsman Assembly: Service pro-
viders talk with ombudsmen and com-
mand leadership. Tues., Aug. 30, 6 to 8
p.m.
Exceptional Family Member
Parent Support Network: A support
group for active and retired military fam-
ilies with special needs children. Share
local resources and get support. Meet at
1104 Calle el Halcon, Camarillo. Contact
Jayne Burgess at 982-3159 for more infor-
mation and dates.
IA Readiness and Deployment
Deployment Readiness: Join others to
learn what it is all about, what you will
need, and how to do more than just sur-
vive deployment. Wed., Aug. 3, 11 a.m. to
noon.
IA Family Connection: Whether this
is your first or 21st experience with deploy-
ments or IAs, join others in this family
connection and meet with spouses of de-
ployed service members. Share your
knowledge of how to thrive during this
experience. Tues., Aug. 9, 3:30 to 4:30
p.m.
Deployment Homecoming: Your
spouse is coming home! Learn what to
expect and how to help both of you make
this a rewarding reunion. Wed., Aug. 10,
11 a.m. to noon.
Relocation
Sponsor Training: Ensure that desig-
nated command personnel have the neces-
sary training to successfully fulfill their
role as command sponsors. Wed., Aug.
10, 3 to 4 p.m. Please call 989-8833 to set
up briefs at your command spaces.
Smooth Move: Make your PCS move
easy and smooth. Learn about your en-
titlements from the experts. Wed., Aug.
17, 10 a.m. to noon.
Financial Management
Financial counseling by appointment.
Are you juggling your bills? Need finan-
cial advice? An FFSC financial coun-
selor is available Monday through Friday
at the Hueneme or Mugu FFSC. Call
982-3640 (Port Hueneme) or 989-8844
(Point Mugu). Information available on
car buying, understanding your TSP,
planning for retirement, getting a 720
credit score, saving and investing, home
buying and developing a spending plan.
Financial classes available at your com-
mand space. Call 982-3640 or 982-3102
to schedule any of the classes.
Home Buying Seminar: Wed., Aug.
17, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
New Parent Support
Little Explorers for Toddlers: An in-
teractive parent-toddler playgroup for
babies 15-36 months. Thursdays, 10 to 11
a.m., except first Thursday of the month.
Call 982-5037 for location.
New Mamas: For expecting mamas
and mamas with babies 015 months old.
Information, education and support.
Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Yoga Mamas: For expecting and new
mamas. a gentle stretch. Tuesdays, 12:30
to 1:45 p.m., Bee Fit Center.
Breastfeeding 101: Making milk, latch,
positions. Community resources provided.
Tues., Aug. 2, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Breastfeeding Pumps & More: Pump-
ing and storing breast milk, breast to
bottle, weaning & pump technology.
Thurs., Aug. 4, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Boot Camp for New Dads: Get real
answers to real concerns. Hear experienced
dads share their stories. Thurs., Aug. 18,
6 to 8:30 p.m.
Before Birth: Overview of common
discomforts and remedies. Preparing for
Labor Day, with hospital tours, birth wish
list, breathing techniques and labor over-
view. What you must have for baby.
Thurs., Aug. 18, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Free food distribution
Saturdays, Aug. 20, Sept. 17: 9 a.m. to
2 p.m., Bldg. 19, near the Pleasant Valley
Gate on NBVCPort Hueneme. Food items
vary frommonth to month. Requirements:
Active duty E-6 and belowor their spous-
es; bring an LES and only one issue per
family. E-7 with two or more dependents
may qualify. Income guideline statement
available at distribution site. Custodian of
a child who is a family member of Active
Duty personnel on deployment.
For information, please call Sandy Lyle,
command liaison, at 989-8833 or e-mail
sandra.lyle@navy.mil.
Hotline numbers
There are many resources available
for victims of sexual assault. If you
have been a victim of sexual assault
and would like to talk with someone,
please call:
NBVC SAPR Response Line:
805-218-9370.
DoD Safe Helpline: 1-877-995-
5247.
All calls are confidential.
Safety tip: When you go to a par-
ty, go with a group of friends. Arrive
together, watch out for each other
and leave together.
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Thursday, July 28
7pm: Hangover 2 R
Friday, July 29
7pm: Judy Moody & the Not
So Bummer Summer PG
9pm: Hangover 2 R
Saturday, July 30
2pm: Kung Fu Panda 2 PG
5pm: X-Men: 1st Class PG13
8pm: Hangover 2 R
Sunday, July 31
2pm: Kung Fu Panda PG
5pm: The Conspirator PG13
Friday, July 29
7pm: Your Highness R
Saturday, July 30
2pm: Hoodwinked Too PG
4pm: Battle L.A. PG13
7pm: Source Code PG13
Sunday, July 31
2pm: Arthur (2011) PG13
4pm: Cedar Rapids R
All base movies are FREE. Authorized patrons include: Active duty & Dependents, Reservists, Retirees, &
DoD Civilians. Listings are subject to change without notice. For up-to-date movie listings please call the
MWR Movie line at (805) 982-5002
Thursday, August 4
7pm: X-Men: 1st Class PG13
Friday, August 5
7pm: Green Lantern PG13
9pm: X-Men: 1st Class PG13
Saturday, July 23
2pm: Judy Moody & the Not
So Bummer Summer PG
5pm: X-Men: 1st Class PG13
8pm: The Conspirator PG13
Sunday, July 24
2pm: Judy Moody & the Not
So Bummer Summer PG
5pm: Supper 8 PG13
Friday, August 5
7pm: Win Win R
Saturday, August 6
2pm: Rio G
4pm: Arthur (2011) PG13
7pm: Cedar Rapids R
Sunday, August 7
2pm: Hop PG
4pm: The Lincoln Lawyer R
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Buying
Coins,
Gold & Old
Paper Money
Private Buyer.
Call Today, Cash Today
805-300-4995
privatecoincollector
@yahoo.com VCS282033
ALL CASH
BUYING
All U.S. Silver, Gold
and Copper Coins,
Large & Small Collections.
Foreign Coins Medals -
Tokens Gold Jewelry
Broken or unwanted Gold
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& Silver Dental Gold
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Watches
1211 Maricopa, Ojai
40 Years Buying
805-646-4904
VCS282595
BUYING
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PAID!
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stamps and envelopes,
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antiques, old casino chips,
gold and silver.
Top dollar paid.
Ill buy one item or
the whole collection
805-300-2308 VCS280760
$CASH$ FOR OLD
Guitars, Basses,
Amps, Banjos,
Ukes, Mandolins,
etc. 805-981-7196
VCS282011
$ CASH PAID $
Planning
an Estate
or garage sale?
Call Us-Get More
We come to you
Buying antiques &
fine estate items:
fine jewelry and
costume jewelry,
sterling flatware
& serving pieces,
perfume bottles,
figurines, Lladro,
furn & lots more
Call Carol Now!
818-521-6955
Established 1984.
All of Conejo, Camarillo,
Vta County VCS282879

GOLD HAS
PASSED $1500 AN
OUNCE, HIGHEST
PAID CASH NOW!
INSTANT CASH For
SCRAP GOLD, CHAINS,
BRACELETS, DIA-
MONDS .25CT -10,00 CT
PLUS, Uncirculated &
Circulated Coins, Some
Paid Over Gold Spot
Prices, Gold Crowns.
4255 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA, CA
805-650-0444 VCS280543

GOLD HAS
PASSED $1500
DOLLARS
AN OUNCE
WE ARE LARGEST
BUYERS OF SCRAP
GOLD, GOLD CHAINS,
BRACELETS,
DIAMONDS, LARGE
DIAMONDS, ROLEX
WATCHES, SWISS
WATCHES, GOLD
COINS, WE PAY UP TO
SPOT PRICES, GOLD
CROWNS, SILVER
COINS, SILVER
CHAINS. WE PAY
CASH NOW TOP $$
4255-18 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA CA 93003
805-650-0444
MAIN & TELEPHONE
NEXT TO HONEY
BAKED HAM
FIREHOUSE PLAZA
VCS281905
BUYER of OLD COINS
Coin Collections
Silver & Gold Coins
TOP $$$ PAID
I BUY TOY TRAINS
Old BB CARDS, Old TOYS.
Jeff 805-302-7104 VCS282147
I BUY Antique & Black
Powder guns, knives,
military, hunting/pocket,
original or reproduction
ALSO silver coins and
scrap sterling silver
805-646-2168 VCS281184
NEED CASH?
BUYING GOLD
Paying $21.50 per gram for
14 carat. 805-646-2631
VCS281344
Pacific Coast
Coin &
Currency
WE BUY
& SELL....
Gold Silver
Coins Jewelry
DiamondsWatches
Sterling Flatware
Gold and Silver
Investment Bullion
Cash for
Gold
Cash for
Coins
2555 Main
Street Ventura
Next to Gas Station
at Loma Vista
805-648-2556
Open Mon-Fri
10am-5:30pm
Sat 10am-4pm
VCS281005
WANTED: Old American In-
dian Items, designer hand-
bags, old costume & estate
jewelry, silver & gold coins
& objects. Cash paid.
218-7407 cell
VCS281364
AD
REFRIGERATION
REPAIR & SALES
Refrigerators, walk-in
coolers, ice machines
etc. From $99.00.
FREE ESTIMATES!
WILL PICK UP
DEAD REFRIG!
805-816-7169
VCS282710
ALL AAA ONE
WASHER/DRYER
KENMORE
For Sale
$100-$150 ea cash
BUZZ 984-2327
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WANTED
DEAD OR ALIVE
FREE
Kenmore
Whirlpool
Washers/Dryers
For appliance
teacher
984-2327
VCS281497
ALL MAJOR APPL
SUMMER DAYS SAVINGS
FREE SERVICE CALL &
DRYER D-LINTING
with any appliance repair
in Ventura County.
Save on repairs & sales
during the economy crisis.
Washers, Dryers, Heaters,
Refrigerators, Ovens Gas &
Electric, Microwaves
35 Years Exp. Vta Co.
Victor 805-302-1866
VCS281345
KENMORE ELECTRIC
WASHER & DRYER
White. Both in xlnt cond.
$100 each. Moving - must
e-mail: ricktiff@gmail.com
or call 805-284-7093
if interested
REFRIGERATOR Hotpoint
top freeze, wht, 4-5 yrs new,
clean, very good cond $175.
805-671-9852 VCS280600
REFRIGERATOR
Stainless Steel/like new
WASHER/DRYER $99-up
REFRIGERATORS STOVES
$135 & Up. Free pick up on
washers, dryers & refrigs.
Sales, Repairs & Installation
(805)390-8136 VCS277844
WASHER/DRYER Kenmore
$300/pair. Refrigerator $175
All very good condition
805-671-9852 VCS280599
Washer & Dryers
Guaranteed and/or
Repair $99 to $199
482-4983 or 816-4081 Gary
Bowen VCS281897
CONEJO MTN MEMORIAL
PARK, Sta Cruz I, plot 146,
grave B, in orig portion of
park with lots of trees, can
be converted to multiple
burial $3,000/obo.
541-496-0046 VCS282241
IVY LAWN MEMORIAL
PARK in Ventura. Section
K, Lot 466, Grave 5. $3,500.
661-588-1979 VCS282849
IVY LAWN MEMORIAL
PARK, VENTURA. Sold
out Sec H. $3300+transfer
fees 805-246-5358 VCS280555
PIERCE BROS Memorial Pk
in Westlake Vlg, Garden of
Valor Plot 492 C & D $5000/ea
805-483-0969 VCS282599
PLOTBROKERS.com
Southern Californias #1
Cemetery Resale Broker
Service is Everything!
888-918-8808 Toll Free
VCS282315
VALLEY OAKS Memorial
Park Garden of
Gethsemane. Plot 521
Graves B and C. Both
for $14,000. 805-484-9995
VCS281970
Valley Oaks Memorial Park
WLV - (2) Plots in Garden of
Gethsemane: Plot 594 C & D
$9,500/ea. 619-261-5167
VCS283010
PALLET RACK SALE
Upright $49+ Beam $12+
SHELVING Steel & Wood
2x4x 6, 8 or 10 $69+
WAREHS LADDERS $89+
805-532-1103 VCS281947
TREADMILLS Display and
Floor models, excellent
condition, $250-$400
(805)671-9852 VCS280595
ORGANIC TOP
DRESSING, PLANTER
MIX, 50/50 MIX AND
TOP SOIL FOR SALE
FROM $21.00 - $29.00
PER YARD. DELIVER.
TO VTA/LA CNTY.
CALL (805) 498-9495
M-F 7:30AM 4:00PM
VCS280540
A BEAUTIFUL CRYSTAL
CHANDELIER, paid over
$3,000. Will sell $800.
805-426-5770 VCS281221
A Beautiful Leather
Platform Bed w/Thick Queen
Pillowtop Mattress
Never Used, in plastic, warr.
Retails $999, sell $365.
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS280923
A BRAND NEW QUEEN
5PC BEDROOM SET!!
Never Used!! Includes one
nightstand, dresser/mirror,
Headboard/Frame!!
Retails for $799, Sell $325.
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS280924
Affordable
Sectionals & Sofas
Custom Sized
Pottery Barn inspired styles
and more, local mfr
showroom factory
direct sectionals sized
by the inch with your
measurements. Hard to
fit spaces our specialty Best
prices, quality & selection.
Sectionals from $799.
805-302-2138 VCS280927
ARTISAN FURN, by Ashley,
transitional table 42W
72x90L 30H, 4 side
chairs 2 arm chairs, china
& buffet cabinet, rectangu-
lar cocktail tble, 2 sq end
tbles gass/w marble, all
pcs w/ in-lay exlnt cond.
must see $2300 805-382-2869
lv msg VCS281377
BED California King
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr, retails $899 sac $260!
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS281415
BED Full Size Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $499, sac $150.
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS281434
BED Queen Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $699, sell $160.
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS281435
BEDROOM SET Adorable
Princess Set incl canopy
bed, desk & chair, vanity &
stool, night stand, dresser,
toy chest & many accesso-
ries, Xlnt cond $1500
805-389-5444 VCS283064
Bed Tempurpedic Style
Queen Memory Foam
Mattress Set. Brand new in
plastic w/warr! Retails
$1,199, Sell $345!
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS280925
ENTERTAIN Ctr/rm divider
5x6x15,6 shelf, glass drs,
lite comp, encl storage, nice
$125 647-8058 VCS282763
ESTATE SALE SOFA 9ft
leather w/recliners pd
$3500 sell $995. 6 TV Con-
sole 3 doors, pd $1600, sell
$750. Barrel chair rust &
gold print xlnt cond $350.
Dining room table 68 w/2
leaves & 6 chairs, pd $3500
sell $950, Buffett 42l x 20
w x 33 h $300. 2 gold silk
barrel chairs w/wood trim
pd $850ea, sell $350ea.
Designer Coffee tbl w/ glass
top, pd $1500, sell $750 &
End table, w/drawers $250
805-418-7698 VCS280954
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204
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204
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204
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Collectibles
207
Appliances
207
Appliances
219
Cemetery Lots
221
Commercial
Equipment
227
Exercise Equipment
229
Farm Supplies/
Equipment
233
Furniture/
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3pc Bassett U-shaped
Sectional couch $1500. 2 solid
wood end tables, matching
coffee table, sofa table
$450. China hutch w/glass
shelves & interior light
$150 Wood dining room
table w/6 upholstered charis
$600 805-649-5807 VCS280948

GOLD HAS
PASSED $1500
DOLLARS
AN OUNCE
WE ARE LARGEST
BUYERS OF SCRAP
GOLD, GOLD CHAINS,
BRACELETS,
DIAMONDS LARGE
DIAMONDS, ROLEX
WATCHES, SWISS
WATCHES, GOLD
COINS, WE PAY UP TO
SPOT PRICES, GOLD
CROWNS, SILVER
COINS, SILVER
CHAINS WE PAY
CASH NOW! TOP $$
4255-18 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA CA 93003
805-650-0444
MAIN & TELEPHONE
Next to Honey Baked
Ham Firehouse Plaza

VCS282492
RMC MEDICAL
BuySellRentRepair
Power Chairs/Scooters
Lift Chairs/Ramps
Hospital Beds/Hoyer
Lifts/Wheelchairs
805-647-1777
VCS281243
Boxes for moving
only 75 each
250. Used. 805-487-2796
www.riteboxinc.com
VCS282153
CA$H
FOR
YOUR
CAR
$$$$$$$$$
Well buy your
car running
or not!
Cant find the
pink or
registration?
No problem!
To get the best
deal, call us first!
805-754-9839
VCS282273
METAL - WE PICK UP
YOUR SCRAP METAL.
CALL 805-643-HAUL
VCS279498
MOVIE COLLECTION
750 VHSs & 600 DVDs.
Best offer. Call
707-888-0038 VCS282612
STORE CLOSING!
Las Beautiful Bags
220 W. Seventh St., Oxnard.
Maple finish slat walls, glass
shelves & all merchandise
discounted. 805-302-8487
VCS281478
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet.
Call 805-671-9569 VCS280598
LOWREY ORGAN
Pedals and bench, Walnut
finish, like new, $750/OBO.
805-532-9211 (after 12 noon).
VCS282694
RARE K. Scherzer
WWII 4 rotary valve, BBb
TUBA $1000 and Sertl
Kommervirtuos Trombone
$700 805-484-1983 VCS282193
Pool above ground, 15x24
complete w/pump, filter
ladder,etc.,3 yrs new
$950/obo 805-522-2807
VCS281117
SPA/HOT TUB
Deluxe 2011 Model.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warranty, never used,
can deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950. Call
818-785-9043 VCS280531
GOLF CLUB
REPAIR
& SERVICE
We specialize in regriping,
reshafting, loft & lie angles.
Call or come in today &
regrip those irons!
1807 E. Main St, Ventura
(1/2 mi W of Vta High Schl)
805-216-3991
Mention this ad for
a 15% discount VCS280798
Pool Table 4x8 1in slate,
leather pockets,
very good condition $600
805-320-0226 VCS280870
BUYING
JUNK
CARS
TOP
$ $ $ $ $
PAID
UP TO
$1,000
Running or
Not Running
Licd Dismantler
pickthepart.com
(805)
933-5557
VCS281350
CA$H
for
SCRAP
METALS
Construction &
Demolition Scrap
Heavy Equipment
Car Bodies
Automotive Scrap
Steel - Rebar
Licd Dismantler &
Weighmaster
vcapinc.com
805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS280782
CASH PAID
For your unused diabetic
test strips $2-$20/box.
Call for info:
805-201-3631
VCS282737
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES AND
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS280596
I BUY PRE 1970 Acoustic or
Electric Guitars. The old-
er, the better! 805-732-1781
VCS281367
I PAY $25 each for pre 1970
Heddon Fishing Lures. Also,
Hetzel, Pflueger, Creek
Chub, Shakespeare etc.
Bamboo rods, old huge big
game reels too. I also buy
guns & knives. Call
805-732-1781 VCS281366
I PAY CASH for old books,
magazines, paper ephemera,
movie/comics/sports
memorabilia, libraries,
posters, old toys, etc.
Carl 818-889-3599 VCS281195
SELL YOUR VEHICLE
TODAY! Ill buy your car -
CASH. Call 805-754-5757
VCS283021
UMBRELLA COCKATOO
George talks, is 8 yrs
old, very friendly, lovable,
$1000 incl lg cage & toys.
email: heritage2000hd@
hotmail.com VCS281988

A Private
Foundation Has
Rescued Dogs
For Adoption
DELILAH
6 month old female,
Cockapoo, 12 pounds.
JOSE
7.5 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 10 pounds.
PEEWEE
5 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 13 pounds.
TRAMP
1 year old male,
Schnauzer mix, 11 pounds.
SCOOTER
3 year old male,
Terrier mix, 13 pounds.
TEENA
4 year old female,
Italian Mastiff, 85 pounds
TRUCK
4 year male Italian
Mastiff 100 pounds
Visit our website for pics
samsimon
foundation.org
or call (310)457-5898
VCS281509
AMERICAN BULLDOG
PUPPIES Johnson line,
Father is Deisel, $700
661-250-0081 VCS282436
Australian Shepherd, 4yrs,
female, fixed, w/papers.,full
med. history, healthy, all
shots $375 660-1591 VCS281993
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES, ready to go,
1st shots, dewormed, licd
breeder #P-241880. $150-$300.
661-867-2319 VCS282317
BEAGLES - AKC M & F
Credit card ok, $200-$300.
760-248-7658 760-549-3727
www.joes-beagles.com
VCS281764
BOXER Puppies, purebred,
Brindle, bobbed tail, de-
claw 1st shots/dewormed
$400 805-407-5164 VCS282213
BOXER PUPS
4 males, 8 weeks old, $400
Call 805-947-7056 VCS282021
CHIHUAHUA Female.
Black, sweet & lovable.
$75 Shots included. Call
805-248-6682 VCS281777
DACHSHUNDS AKC $500
661-333-4697 or 661-769-8807
simplesite.com/loveadog
VCS281353
ENGLISH BULLDOG
PUPPIES AKC $1800. M & F.
serranobulldogs.com
Stud service available.
818-535-0811 VCS282247
ENGLISH BULLDOG
PUPPIES GORGEOUS!
1 M, 1 F. Vet certification
& health guarantee includ-
ed. Adorable, playful &
loving. Short leg, wrinkly
with small ears Excellent
health care, diet, grooming
& socialization, potty
training started. Wonderful
references and pictures to
email. Appointments
welcomed. Outstanding pet
price of $1450. Call
818-631-7556 VCS281808
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES 7 wks old, ready
to go. Black and brown
$350 ea. 805-566-4906;
805-331-8903 VCS282060
Golden Retriever
Puppies
Males & Females,
Born:May 19,2011
First shots giv-
en.Ready to go.Mom
and Dad regis-
tered.(Oxnard)
$600.00
(805)797-9915 VCS281399
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES
AKC/OFA/CERF
Raised w/TLC, champ lines
M/F, english cream.
$1,200 - $1,500. Taking
Deposits. 805-915-7478
VCS281312
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
Pups, 8 wks, first shots,
$600. 818-825-3604
VCS281395
Golden Retriver Male,
AKC 10 ready to go
home 7/16/11 $400.00
(661)763-4980 VCS279770
KITTENS!!! $125 Sat & Sun
11-5@ PetCo in CAM and
Market & Donlon in VTA
805-485-8811 VCS283003
LABRADOR Puppies AKC
cremes & blacks, xlnt pedi-
gree guar $700, estab since
69 brueggerlabradors.com
Near Magic Mountain
209-604-4445 VCS281116
Labrador Retrievers
Males & Females, AKC,
OFA. Yellow, Black,
Choc. Champ lines.
Home raised. Health
guaranteed. Ready 7/22.
$700.00 (805)501-6171
VCS280158
Mini Pincher - Female,
neutered, purebred, great
walker, potty trained, $200.
805-482-5647 VCS282396
PUG PUPPY AKC fawn
female, champion bloodlines,
pick of litter, $1000
818-585-3025 VCS281114
PUGS PUPPIES
Purebred, black. Females.
Call Andy 805-889-0923
VCS282171
RAGDOLL KITTENS
$550. 3 females, 4 males,
5 wks old. Ready to go end
of July. Very well socialized,
1st vaccines included
805-746-7658 VCS281543
Rottweiler Pups
De-wormed and first shots.
Exlnt working bloodlines.
Call for further
information.
(805)914-4075
VCS282360
SHIH TZU PUPPIES. AKC.
Multi colors. Small size
F $500, M $450. 805-216-2398
www.lovelyshihtzu.com
VCS281628
SHIH TZU PUPPIES
T-cup and standard, 1/M &
2/F, choc, black/white & tri.
$400. 805-607-2141. VCS282659
Toy Poodle black, 5 yr old
female, to a loving home,
very friendly, $100
805-404-2395 VCS281878
VIZSLA
Hungarian
Vizsla pups
OUTSTANDING
pups from champ
parents on site.
Excellent family,
beach loving pet.
$1500 Accepting dep
805-532-2216 or visit
us on the web @
goldenmeadows
retrievers.com
Training Available

VCS280893
YORKIE
Beautiful playful puppies.
M & F, priced from $600.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS282469
ACCOUNTING
ASSISTANT I
$2,703.01-$3,371.14/MO
F/T w/Vta Co Ofc of Ed,
TSS Dept. Req: HS grad,
course work - acctg/bkkpg
& 2 yrs financial & statisti-
cal record-keeping & exp
w/automated financial sys.
Appl/job desc avail HR,
5189 Verdugo Way, Cam.
93012. 383-1913. Or apply at
www.edjoin.org
Deadline: 4pm 7/25/11
EOE VCS282742
Agriculture
PanAmerican Seed Co in
Santa Paula hiring for a
Section Grower-
Greenhouse & Field
Position req. a min. AS
degree or 2 yrs equiv. on
the job exp. Assist in
growing plants for breed-
ing, R&D & marketing
events to include indepen-
dent decision making on
watering & fertilized ap-
plications. Pesticide ap-
plication req. Available to
participate in wknd wa-
tering & assist in field
soil prep, layout, irriga-
tion set up & transplants.
Addl. duties incl. washing
pots & flats, weeding,
composting & keeping fa-
cility clean as well as mi-
nor repairs & prev.
maint. on equip. used.
Applicants should stop by
335 S. Briggs Rd, Santa
Paula & fill out an appli-
cation or email resumes
ogonzalez@ballhort.com
or FAX 630-520-9148
VCS282603
APARTMENT
RESIDENT MGR
Manage 2 properties. Tax
credit experience. Bilin-
gual Spanish/English
Send resume to: HR at
lcuellar@cabrilloedc.org
Or fax to 659-3195
VCS281895
AUTO ACCESSORY IN-
STALLER Interested in
working with high end luxu-
ry vehicles? If you love
cars, are mechanically in-
clined, have experience
with power tools, know how
to drive stick shift (manu-
al), have a clean driving
record and can pass a back-
ground drug test we have a
job for you. Currently hir-
ing Auto accessory install-
ers, utility workers,
polishers, rail workers and
shuttle drivers. Positions
pay $9 to 10, TWIC card is a
plus! Call for application
hours: Workforce Systems
at 805-658-6100
VCS282541
Automotive
Experienced
Hyundai/Subaru
TECHS AND
LUBE TECHS WANTED.
Immediate openings
See Charlie Jerviss
LADIN HYUNDAI
SUBARU
T.O AUTOMALL
805 495 2193
VCS282426
Auto Sales
SELL THE HOT NEW
FORD AND LINCOLN
LINEUP in a professional
environment. Position
available for motivated
individual. Experience
not as important as a
DESIRE TO SUCCEED!
COME JOIN OUR TEAM
UP TO 30% Commission
+ Bonuses
Ask for Ed Myers
(805) 983-6511
VISTA FORD LINCOLN
OF OXNARD
VCS282238
233
Furniture/
Household Goods
0273
Jewelry/Clothing
274
Medical Equipment
& Supplies
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
277
Musical Instruments
281
Pool/Spa Supplies
283
Sporting Goods
297
Wanted To Buy
297
Wanted To Buy
Pets &Supplies
300-315
305
Birds/Fish
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
Employment
500-585
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We are a ManuIacturing company in Oxnard, CAthat is currently looking
Ior a Mechanical Design Engineer. We oIIer competitive compensations
as well as Medical benefts, 401k, paid vacation and Holidays.
Position: Mechanical Design Engineer
Description
Mechanical design experience in the Oil and Gas and or Chemical industries.
Conceptual and detailed design oI pressure vessels and/or heat exchangers.
Aworking knowledge oI ASMEVIII Div. 1 is a must.
Requirements:
4-year degree in Mechanical Engineering (or related feld)
Minimum oI 5 years oI related experience is required.
4 years oI experience in mechanical design oI pressure vessels,
heat exchangers is required.
Advance working knowledge oI the ASME Boiler & Pressure
Vessel Code Section VIII Division I, ASME B31.3 Process Piping,
TEMAand other related industry standards applicable to the design
oI Pressure Vessels and Heat Exchangers.
Profciency in utilizing AutoCAD, a 3D parametric modeling
package (Inventor is a plus), MathCAD and other soItware typically
associated with engineering is required.
PerIorm complex engineering tasks and particularly important
engineering work eIfciently and accurately.
Reviews customer`s orders and quotes data submittals to ensure Iull
understanding oI specifcations Ior design compliances with
applicable codes and customers needs.
Extracts engineering inIormation Irom CAD drawings.
Completes a variety oI assignments such as drawings, code and other
supporting design calculations, BOM and other materials suitable Ior
procurement and construction purposes.
Actively interIaces within engineering and other departments.
Understands manuIacturing requirements and the inspection,
examination, and testing requirements per the ASME code to ensure
appropriate and necessary levels oI quality and completeness oI the
engineering documentation.
Has a working knowledge oI shop Iabrication techniques and
requirements.
PerIorms other responsibilities associated with this position as may
be appropriate.
Please send resumes via e-mail to Christine.Bohannan(Mersen.com
PLEASE ONLYAPPLICANTS WITHALL OF THESE
QUALIFICATIONS APPLY IF NOT YOU WILL NOT BE
CONSIDERED.
Auto Sales
VENTURA
TOYOTA
BIG VOLUME
DEALERSHIP
SEEKING SELF MOTI-
VATED NEW AND
USED SALES REPS
THAT ARE HARD
WORKING AND WANT
TO EARN TOP
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
TOO MUCH
TRAFFIC TO
HANDLE
6,000 GUARANTEE
TO START
(See Dealer For Details)
WE OFFER:
TOP COMMISSIONS
PROMOTIONS
FREEWAY LOCATION
GIANT INVENTORY
401K RETIREMENT
HEALTH BENEFITS
APPLY IN PERSON
805-650-0510
Mike Stamakinley - xt 221
Octavio Fierros - xt 264
VENTURA AUTO
CENTER
6360 AUTO CENTER DR
VENTURA CA 93003
VCS281494
Avionics Techs
DEFENSE SUPPORT
SERVICES, LLC (DS2)
is proud to announce a re-
turn to NAWS China Lake
and a new opportunity at
Pt. Mugu. Positions are
currently available for
S-3 Avionics Techs,
UH-60S Avionics Techs,
and EA-18G Avionics
Techs. Candidates may
see all qualifications
needed and upload their
resumes at
www.ds2.com
We will continue to com-
municate with current
employees as more infor-
mation on this transition
comes available.
Please call DS2 Recruit-
ing at 1-800-433-5339 with
any questions or concerns
or go to www.ds2.com to
apply to all available po-
sitions. EOE.
VCS280597
MECHANICAL
ASSEMBLERS
Seeking top notch Assem-
bly Technicians with ex-
perience in precision
assembly, assembly
tools, engineering draw-
ings, BOMs & assembly
techniques Qualified can-
didates will have a mini-
mum combined 5 yrs of
education & exp.
Haas Automation offers
competitive compensa-
tion & excellent benefits
package. Please submit
resume to:
2800 Sturgis Road
Oxnard, CA 93030
www.haasjobs.com
EOE/AA
VCS281785
SENIOR
ADMINSTRATIVE
CLERK
$2,510.11-$3,130.00/MO
F/T pos w/Vta Co Ofc of Ed
w/SELPA Req: HS grad,
vocational/college courses
in bus or related field or 3
yrs of general clerical exp,
typing cert for 45 wpm net,
Appl/job desc avail from
HR, 5189 Verdugo Way,
Cam. 93012. Info: 383-1913.
Or apply at
www.edjoin.org
Deadline: 4pm 7/29/11
EOE VCS282744
BIOSTATISTICIAN
Amgen Inc. has an opportu-
nity for a Manager, Biosta-
tistics. Reqs: PhD, or MS &
3 yrs; & proficiency in at
least 1 prog language for
data analysis; excellent
written & verbal skills rltd
to stat info; fundamentals
of project mgmt. Job site:
Thousand Oaks, CA. Ref #
7VGSVN & submit resume
to Global Mobility, Amgen
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, MS B26-2-C, Thou-
sand Oaks, CA 91320. No
phone calls or e-mails.
Must be legally authorized
to work in the U.S. without
sponsorship. EOE.
VCS279862
BUYER
Qualstar Corporation, lo-
cated in Simi Valley has
an immediate need for an
experienced Buyer, with
3+ years buying electron-
ic components. Past ex-
perience with Contract
Manufacturers, Dis-
tributors & OEMs a
must. Knowledge & ex-
perience in all aspects of
Materials. Candidate
must have strong com-
munication skills, both
verbal and written.
Fax resume 805-526-4839
or email to:
shari@qualstar.com
EOE VCS280986
Caregiving
www.goldcoastcaregivers.org
Currently seeking
Caregivers for
Ventura County
CNA and CPR required
Call Codie at 805-642-0239
FAX resume: 805-650-1536
1996 Eastman Av, Ste 101
Ventura, CA 93003
VCS282528
CARPET CLEANING
TECH Four Seasons, Ventu-
ra seeks hardworking, self
motivated person to join
our team. No exp. nec Neat
appearance, sales ability
and clean DMV. Poss of
promotion to Lead Tech
$10.00 plus comm & benes.
Send your resume to
straub84@gmail.com
or call (805) 642-4784
VCS282560
Chef/Manager
Exec. Sous Chef/North Ma-
libu Upscale Caterings to
Camp Cuisine High Volume
Experience Needed Onsite
& Off Site Events Manage 8
10 Employees Client &
Guest Interface Required
Back Ground Check & Driv-
ers License Needed Great
Benefits! Send Resume to:
John@wbtcamps.org
VCS282642
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Find a home.
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Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
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Highly Skilled
Freelance
Bookkeeper &
Office Manager
12 yrs experience with
QuickBooks & Creating,
Implementing &
Maintaining
Bookkeeping Systems for
Small Businesses &
Individuals.
Jeannie Pollak 805-988-1048
jeannie22@roadrunner.com
VCS281841
ACOUSTIC
CEILING
REMOVALS

Removals Paint Respray


One Day Service Water/
Fire Damage Texturing &
Patching Free Estimates
Mike Keys
805-208-6281
References
Lic# 416345 VCS281400
AL GARZA
DRYWALL
Acoustic Removal
and Retexture in 1 day.
We Paint Too!
Bonded & Insured
** FREE Estimates **
Will work with your
schedule.
Quality Guaranteed!
Licensed/Bonded/Insured
30 Years Experience
805-583-2553
Lic # 776189
www.algarzadrywall.com
VCS282760
BILL DAVIS
DRYWALL, Inc
Ca Lic 835604
ACOUSTIC REMOVAL
Guarantee 1 Day Service
In Furnished Homes
PAINT READY
Liability & Workers Comp
805-644-4633 Office
or 805-479-1127 Cell
Free Estimates VCS281101
AIRE COMFORT INC.
Residential HVAC Repair,
Service and Installations.
Specialist for older homes
on floor and wall furnace
conversions to forced air
and under house installs.
Free Inst Est. Svc Call $65
Contractor 805-797-9968
Lic #877321 VCS281070
REITZ A/C Service Repair
and Installation
Want to add A/C or upgrade
to new equipment. Full
system replacement starting
@ $3,500. Since 2004: Highest
Quality Lowest Prices!
805-630-4235
Lic#848188 VCS281535
NO JOBS TOO BIG
OR SMALL
Paving
Patching
Seal Coating
FREE Estimates!
951-288-2322
Lic # 950810 VCS282562
Gretas Guns, LLC
Buy Sell Consignment
Ask About our
Laser Shot Training
4228 Los Angeles Ave.
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Btwn Tapo Cyn & Tapo St.
805-520-4867
www.gretasguns.com
VCS275150
Cabinet Refacing
Highest quality workmanship
& materials. 35 years exp.
Call now for free estimate +
a great job at a great price!
805-527-2631
Lic#341411 VCS280869
35 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
All Interior and Exterior
Repairs!
Doors, termite damage,
wood siding, patio covers,
wood decks, fences, garage
shelving, painting.
Small Jobs and
Seniors Welcome.
Call John 805-320-4931
Lic#757278 VCS282605
SIGNATURE FINISH
CARPENTRY, INC
Bonded/Insured/Licensed
Crown Molding Doors
Wainscot Mantles
Columns Etc
805-558-0551
Lic#948934 VCS280608
Affordable
Window &
Carpet Cleaning
Free Estimates.
Low Rates * $19.95/ROOM
Satisfaction Guaranteed
805-509-7222
Locally Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured.
FREE screen/track
cleaning
Limited time only - FREE
Hallway Cleaning w/order
VCS280905
AMERICAN OWNED &
ALL WORK DONE BY
LEGAL AMERICAN
CITIZENS
DRY-FOAM &
230 Degree STEAM
CARPET, TILE, GROUT
& UPHOLSTERY CARE
DRY IN 1-2 HOURS
HELPS RESTORE
TEXTURE
I dont cut corners,
I clean them!
Xpert Carpet Care
818.991.5812
805.552.9504
VCS280701
CARPET STEAM
CLEANING Truck Mounted
Upholstery and Rugs
3 Rooms...$60
Window Wash
Floor Wax/Polish
Dirty Kitchen/Bath
Everything Clean
Lees Maintenance
805-987-3071 VCS282132
Noyolas Carpet Cleaning
and Janitorial Service
Truck Mounted
Hot Water Steam
Upholstery Cleaning
2 Rooms - $50.00
Office & Sofa Cleaning
Floor Wax/Polish
Car Interior/Wash
FREE Estimates!
805-407-5839
VCS282077
CARPET REPAIR
& CLEANING &
TILE CLEANING
Stretching Patches
Carpet to Tile
Carpet Rescue
805-483-0899
(Lic #787080) VCS282643
LICENSED DAYCARE
PROVIDER in Oxnard.
2 openings now available
in a safe, fun, loving
environment.
7am-6pm Mon-Fri.
Call 805-985-6642
Lic#566213202 VCS282029
Onsite PC Support
for Home or Office
Computer Repair, Service
& Upgrades. Virus, Spyware
& Adware Removal.
Data Recovery. 13 years exp
Support@pctoc.com
805-991-0666
VCS282312
A G & R
Masonry & Concrete
Stamp Concrete
Driveways Block Walls
Retaining Walls
Brick & Stone Work
BBQ Paving Stucco
+Bobcat Tractor Svc
805-231-5576 805-231-5574
Lic#908763 VCS282210
AHUMADA CONCRETE
Construction, Driveways,
Patios, Block Walls,
Vinyl Gates, Brick,
All Types of Ramps
All Types of Repairs,
Concrete & Masonry
(805)487-1613
Lic#754081 VCS282949
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
Driveway/RV PadPatios
Pool Decks Sidewalks
No Job Too Small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS281110
VENCO
CONSTRUCTION
Concrete driveways
Sidewalks Patios Block
walls Brick work Stone
Small jobs ok/Free estimates
Daniel R. Hernandez
805-890-6189
LIC#781821 VCS282308
LANDMARK
CONSTRUCTION
New Construction, Remodel,
Room Additions, Home
Maintenance, Repairs, Patio
Covers, Decks, Concrete
Masonry, Block Walls,
Fencing, Handyman Service.
805-732-3517
Lic #636193 VCS278441
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
Room Additions
Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS277541
THE
DOORMAN
Door Installations & Repairs,
Windows, Moldings,
Cabinets, Handyman Service
34 years exp.Camarillo
805-890-9493
VCS282968
TIMS CUSTOM
DOORS
Over 200 Styles
French Swing Sliders, All
Brands, Locks. Hardware,
Moldings. Wholesale Prices.
25 Years Experience!
(805) 527-5808
Lic #724376 VCS281996
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
No Job Too Small
All Your Drywall Needs!
40+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS282459
RAULs DRYWALL
Custom Home Interior
Remodeling Dry Wall
Hanging Tape & Mud
Acoustic Ceiling Wall
Texture Hole Repair
Water Damage Repair
Acoustic Removal.
FREE Estimates!
Small Jobs Available.
Guaranteed Work. Not Lic.
805-231-1063 VCS281316
Conejo Valley
Electric
Lighting Specialist
Recessed & Landscape
Anything Electrical!
Family Owned
* FREE Estimates *
SERVICE CALL $50
Cool off whole house, Attic &
Gable Fan Specialists.
Supply a ceiling fan & we
will install it for you. $149
We install ALL
Wall Mount, Flat Screen
TVs, Speakers & Network
Systems.
Will Beat Anyones Price!
805-497-7711
818-259-4055
www.conejoelectric.com
Lic#922260
VCS281654
JEFF WARD
ELECTRIC
*Panel Upgrades*Remodels
*Trouble Shooting *Free Est.
805-648-3184
Ins/Lic#648300 VCS282863
KESTREL ELECTRIC
Free Estimates
Affordable Rates
No Job Too Small
Trouble Shooting
Military Discounts
Available 7 Days A Week
805-551-8870
Lic#927740 VCS281089
Need An
Elelectrician?
Commercial Residential
Industrial
* New Service Upgrades
* New Construction
* Rewiring - Remodeling
* Recessed Lighting
Installation
FREE ESTIMATE
Rejis Electric
818-402-7841
St. Lic #435441 VCS281357
BH
GOOD JOB GOOD PRICE
Avail now at great price
shiney laminated floors
Wood Tile Vinyl
Linoleum Floor &
Handyman Service
Nows the time for great
price and service!
Call Ezra
805-797-3974
VCS282607
Pacific Coast
Garage Doors
Quality Door Installation
Repairs Springs/Operators
FREE ESTIMATES
We accept VI/MC/DC
(805)987-6100
Lic# 729304 VCS281928
A PLUS
GARDENING
Mow Edge Bushes
Trimmed Yard Clean-ups
No job too big or small.
Reasonable. Free
Estimates.1 Time orMonthly
(805)336-3947 VCS277729
VCS281000
DETAILED
LANDSCAPING
Mow & Edge
Sprinkler & Lawn Install
Cleanups
Tree Pruning
Low Rates
Free Estimates
Call 805-275-6863
VCS282401
VASQUEZ
CONSTRUCTION
Remodels Renovations
Patios & Covers
CarpentryConcrete
Electrical Plumbing
Painting Landscaping
vasquezconstructioninc.com
805-625-1758
license#938013 VCS282036
William Osborne
Construction
general contractor, home
improvements and repairs,
termite and dryrot repairs.
License #370124
(805)641-0217 (818)266-4035
VCS280577
A WOMAN
IN TRADE
Home Repairs
Complete Kitchen Bath
Remodeling Custom
Cabinets & Refacing
Wood Work/Molding
Tile, Paint, Drywall
Plumbing, Electric,
Lighting Reasonable/Clean
Lynn 805-487-7709
Lic#285372 VCS282981
CHUCK STOUT
HANDYMAN
All Trades:
Plumbing, Tile, Electric,
Drywall, Painting, Windows,
Framing & Carpentry.
30 + years in Conejo Valley
FREE Estimates
805-499-2860
Lic# 771801 VCS281053
HANDYMAN
Stucco, Fencing, Drywall,
Doors, Paint Texture,
Plumbing, Tile, Roof
Repair, Carpentry,
Windows, Concrete.
All Work Guaranteed
805-491-8330
State Lic & bonded#905329
VCS281936
HONEYDO HUBBY
If you have a
Honey To Do List, I am
the handyman for you!
** ALL TRADES **
No Job Too Small.........
805-443-7768
VCS281055
JOHNYS A 2 Z
HANDYMAN SVC
Plumbing Electrical
Tile Hardwood Floors
Concrete Carpentry
Stucco Drywall Paint
Rain Gutters Roof Repair
Shower/Tub Recaulk/Seal
Doors Windows/Screens
Free Estimates
818-396-2101 VCS280975
lights plumbing
doors carpentry
locks cabinets
painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS281995
* PARAMOUNT *
Home & Business Services
Heating,Plumbing,Electrical
Painting, Drywall, Stucco,
Carpentry, Windows, Doors,
Landscaping & Hauling.
FREE Est & Sr. Discounts
Experienced / Hard Working
Richard 805-815-8745
Lic#086358 VCS283007
RICHARDSON
Maintenance
& Construction
Residential/Comml
Plumbing
Electrical
Carpentry
Bath/Kitchen
Repairs of all types
Work Guaranteed
Free Estimate
Quality
Workmanship
Lic/Bonded/Insured #847061
805-443-2782
VCS281976
RICKS Carpentry &
Handyman Service
Over 25 Years Experience!
Specializing in interior,
exterior remodeling and
repair, carpentry, doors,
trim, dry wall, tile, minor
electrical and plumbing.
(805) 312-4874
Lic#927907 VCS282190
ALL HAUL
WE DO IT ALL!
Same Day Service
Concrete & Demolition
Weed Abatement
Real Estate Clean up
Appliances & Garage
Construction Handyman
Yard Clean-up
$2M Ins Umbrella
805-643-HAUL
(4285)
lic #084142 VCS279495
ALS
HAULING!
7 Days-FREE Estimates!
(805)485-9334
Tree/HedgeTrim and
Chain Saw
Yard Rototilling
Garage Cleanups
Appliance Removal
* Will Haul Big or Small *
Lic. 94-06169 VCS282793
....NOTICE....
California law requires that
contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
law also requires that contrac-
tors include their license num-
bers on all advertising. Check
out your licensed contractor by
calling the Contractors State
License Board at:
1-800-321-2752
Accounting
Acoustic Ceilings
Air Conditioning/
Heating
Asphalt
Buy/Sell/Trade
Cabinets
Carpentry
Carpentry
Carpet Cleaning
Carpet Repair
Child Care
Computer
Services
Concrete Work
Construction
Construction
Doors
Dry Wall
Electrical
Contractor
Electrical
Contractor
Flooring
Garage Doors
Gardening
General
Contractor
Handypersons
Handypersons
Hauling
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stories and features about new housing
communities. Visit VCSHOMES.com
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HAULING
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Dirt & All Trash
Clean -up,
Demolition
Tree Trimming,
Fences, New
Lawn, Sprinkler
Handyman Job
& Carpentry
(805)405-7909
VCS280586
CJ HAULING
* Real Estate Clean Up
* Jacuzzi Removal
* Yard & Garage Clean Up
* Concrete, Demolition
Debris & More
FREE Estimate Anytime!
805-252-3836
VCS281331
Eddies
Hauling &
Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming/Removal
Spa Removal.
Senior Discounts
Free Estimates
805-758-8920
VCS281406
Titos Hauling
& Fences
LANDSCAPING
TREE REMOVAL
GREAT PRICES!
Any Demolition
Garage/Yard
Clean Ups
Concrete Work
Wood Fences
Jacuzzi Removal
New Lawn
Sprinklers
SENIOR DISCOUNTS
Cell
(805)890-3239
VCS281508
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
I DO WINDOWS
and gutters. I also love
to help the elderly as needed.
Have xlnt references. Call
805-201-8585 VCS281990
Janie Andrades
House Cleaning Svc
Homes & Offices.
Weekly, Bi-Wkly or 1 Time.
References. 10 Years Exp
Caregiver Svc also available
805-386-4270
or 805-312-5649
Lic#031689 VCS281903
MISTY MAIDS
Maid to order 18 yrs exp
w/ref. Thorough, complete
cleaning one time, wkly or
monthly. Spring cleaning,
deep cleaning, windows
Organizing, errand running.
(805)804-7100
Free Estimates! VCS281530
No Job Too Big
or Small...Becky
Cleans Them All!
SPRING CLEANING
FOR THE SUMMER
*Ask about deep cleaning*
Weekly Bi-weekly 1 Time
20 Years Exp + Refs.
805.525.8343 or 805.832.0044
VCS281220
PROFESSIONAL
COMPLETE CLEAN
HouseAptBuilding
JanitorialConstruction
Move in/Move out. Weekly/
Bi-weekly One time/monthly
Carpet-Truck Mounted
Windows/Wall Wash
Floor Strip & Wax
Kitchen/Bathroom
987-3071
Service local since 1986
Lees Maintenance Co
VCS282139
ORGANIC TOP
DRESSING, PLANTER
MIX, 50/50 MIX AND
TOP SOIL FOR SALE
FROM $21.00 - $29.00
PER YARD. DELIVER.
TO VTA/LA CNTY.
CALL (805) 498-9495
M-F 7:30AM 4:00PM
VCS280539
PERMAGREEN
Intensive Lawn Care
Complete landscape.
Mow & Edge
Specials!
Sprinkler/Lawn install.
Tree Removal & Pruning
or Planting. Demo & Haul.
FREE ESTIMATES!
805-630-9252
Lic# 842019 VCS282923
Tonys Landscaping,
Yard Maintenance
& Hauling
Sprinkler System Repair
& Installation Tree
Planting & Pruning
Sodding & Seeding
General Maintenance
Low Rates Free Est.
18 yrs Exp. Lic # 00098280
Tony Juarez
C:805-760-1460
H:805-488-9852 VCS281546
LEGAL DOCUMENT
ASSISTANT
Divorces/Legal
Separation
Child Support/Visitation
Modification of Existing
Orders
Bankruptcy
Paternity Suits
Civil Suits/Small Claims
Name Change
Restraining Orders
Save 70% Off The Costs
By Representing Yourself
HABLAMOS ESPANOL
805.363.8837
Legal Disclaimer:
An LDA is not an attorney
and by law cannot give
legal advice or represent
you in a court of law. We
can only provide self-help
services at your specific
direction...John McGinley,
LDA#46 Exp. 12/30/12
VCS280972
Student Athlete
Movers
805-987-7201
MeatheadMovers.com
VCS282084
AAA Pacific
Coast
Construction
Paint & Drywall
Specialist
Patch/Repair Acoustic
Removal Retexture Int/Ext
Painting Ind/Res/Comml
Fast ReliableHandyman
805-443-4608
LIC#579047 VCS280791
Alfredo Rivera
Painting
Interior/Exterior
Stucco/Wood Repair
Wallpaper Removal.Drywall
New Textures.Free Estmt
805-290-2585
Lic# 922319 VCS282963
PAINTING
C & R WEST COAST
SERVICES
Comml & Residential
Interior & Exterior
Free Estimates!
Quality @ Reasonable Rates
805-647-4900
Insured/Lic635809 VCS280699
SALVADOR PAINTING INC
Commercial/ Residential
House & Apartment Complex
Water Blaster, Stucco,
Drywall Repair
Ref. / Free Est./Ins./Bonded
805-448-0176
or 805-816-5588
Lic #963112 VCS282724
EXCELLENZ PAINTING
There is no better time like
now, to paint your home!
Low Price Guaranteed.
Honest and Reliable.
Member of BBB
Pedro 805-223-9384
Lic #877-858 VCS281884
(805)654-9882
Water Heater Special
50 Gallon $928
(for basic install)
40 YEARS EXPERIENCE
ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS
REPIPES, REMODELS
24 HOUR SERVICE
All Credit Cards Accepted
LIC#545995 VCS280842
ACROWN
PLUMBING
Drain Clean/Repair. Leak
Repair. Fixture Install.
Hydro-Jetting. Plumbing
Remodels.Repipes. New
Construction 24 hrs/7 days
805-526-4125
818-612-0413
Lic #921281 VCS280831
B/P PLUMBING &
DRAIN CLEANING
Full Plumbing Service &
Repairs, Copper Re-Pipes,
Gas Leak Locations &
Repairs, New Installations.
Water Heater Specials
Slab Leak Repair
FREE Estimates!
Serving Ventura County.
38 Years Exp. Lic #440993
805-822-3233
VCS282954
JLG ROOFING
DBA Gils Roofing Co.
New Roof, Re-Roof,
Flat Roof, Woodwork
Owner on every job!
Free Estimates!
All Work Guaranteed!
www.JLGRoofing.com
805-816-9414
Lic #885763
Insured/Workers Comp.
VCS282714
Ricco Roofing Co, Inc.DBA
Fast & Dependable
Quality Work
(805)487-8189
www.ericksonsroofing.com
Free Estimates.Insured
Lic #734346 VCS280795
AFFORDABLE
SPRINKLER SERVICE
Repair and Install
Timers Wires
Valves Heads
Tune Ups
805-341-8486
VCS281510
BOBLETTS
SPRINKLER SVC
*Repairs*Timers
*Trouble Shooting
*System Tune-Up
*Upgrade Existing
Systems
805-804-7785 VCS282504
Morales Tile &
Handyman Service
Bathroom, Floors & Kitchen
Tile, Granite Slab, Drywall,
Fences, Decks, Plumbing,
Electrical, Cement.
Free Estimates!
10% OFF ANY JOB
(805) 758-7089
Lic #1000002769 VCS281419
PETERSON
TILE CO
Doing Tile for
2 Generations
Residential/Commercial
Trouble Shooting
(805) 649-9451 (805) 648-6577
Lic #412832 VCS282249
AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICE
TrimmingRemoval
Stumps Firewood
Free Estimates, Payment
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Svc
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS280550
Gold Coast
Tree Svc
All Phases!
ShapingPruning
Topping Stump/Root/Tree
Removal,etc. Specializing
in Difficult Tree Removal.
Bonded. Fully Insured
$100 off any job $1000+
$50 off any job $350+
$25 off any job $250+
*******With This Ad********
805-578-6500
goldcoasttreeservice.com
Lic#721441 VCS280797
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
Expert Trimming
Stump Grinding
Yuccas & Shrubs
Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
(805)649-4759
VCS281305
Hauling Hauling
House Cleaning
House Cleaning
Landscaping
Landscaping
Legal Services
Moving
Paint Contractor
Painting
Plumbing
Roong
Sprinklers
Tile
Tree Services
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
CALL
800-221-STAR(7827)
Call 800-221-STAR(7827)
proIessional services
Io adrert|se f800! 22I-7827
Access
stories and features about new housing
communities. Visit VCSHOMES.com

cycIes, boats
andRVs.
Carnews,
research&
resources.
Positivelyfor you.
PositiveIy performs.
Time Out - Every Friday
Local and out-of-town stage, exhibit, lm, music,
restaurant reviews and listings.
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Choir Director
St. Matthews United Metho-
dist Church in N.P. seeks
expd choral conductor.
Part time. To oversee adult
& childrens choirs, hand
bell choir & praise band.
Email resume to:
kathleenmartin1@verizon.net
VCS282416
Computer
SAP Developer in Simi Val-
ley, CA. Dvlp, config., pro-
gram, & integrate SAP
ABAP s/w. Reqs: Bachelors
in Engrg, Comp Engrg,
Comp Sci, or rel. field + 5
yrs of exp. Apply: Xavient
Information Systems, Inc.,
Attn: S. Jackson, Job
ID#SAPD1, 2125B Madera
Rd., Simi Valley, CA 93065.
Work assignments in vari-
ous unanticipated locations
throughout the U.S.
VCS282382
Construction
Journeyman Roofer
Exp journeyman need
only apply. Must have CA
Drivers license. Benefits
incl medical, dental, life,
401k & employee owner-
ship. Apply in person at:
Channel Isl. Roofing
4155 N. Southbank Rd.,
Oxnard. VCS282179
Construction
Pipeline Contractor
seeking experienced
LABORERS &
FOREMEN
for waterline repairs and
service work. Please fax
resume or info to:
(909)795-7308
or call (866)MCC-PIPE
VCS282438
COOK Exp prefd - will
train right person. Fast
paced envioronment. Multi-
ple locations. Apply at
Chuys, 311 Carmen Dr.,
Camarillo. VCS282855
CUSTODIAL POSITIONS
Available @ Ventura Youth
Correctional Facility. Must
pass a LIVE Scan bkgrnd
ck & fingerprinting is reqd.
Exp a +. FAX resume
w/salary history to:
626-636-2444
Attn: Mrs. Neal EOE
VCS281752
CUSTOMER SERVICE
DATA ENTRY REP
F/T, fast paced insurance
co. Computer literate, 45
wpm and multi-task. Bene-
fits + hourly. Fax resumes
to 818-338-8610 or email to:
jobs@registrymonitoring.com
VCS281975
Customer Service
Representative
computer skills, organiza-
tion, phone skills a must.
Exp with trucking logis-
tics, shipping documenta-
tion and environmental
services is preferred.
Call BGI 805-981-4616 to
apply in person. EOE
VCS282065
General Help
GRAND
OPENING!
Full Training
Customer Service/Set up
Display/Distribution
Lift 30lbs
Must be at least 18 yrs
Starting Pay
$1400- $2000/mo
805.529.1846
VCS282811
Delivery/Pick Up
Driver - T.Oaks
of Medical Equip / Tanks
Basic repair skills needed
Hazmat a +. Cust. Service
Fax Resume to 805-494-4454
VCS282064
DRIVER-B Lic.
Must have HazMat endorse-
ment. Competitive pay.
Bring DMV printout to
621 Maulhardt Ave, Oxnard
VCS282243
DRIVER Exp. Class A driv-
er for local bldg matl dist.
Must have forklift exp, cur-
rent med card and dmv.
Wages doe, benes. Apply in
person 301 Lombard St.,
Oxnard VCS282195
DRIVER
Opening for individual
with exp driving 16 box
truck. Fast paced, in &
out of truck. Some heavy
lifting involved, must be
able to navigate off
Thomas Guide map. Start
$12/hr w/ benefits. DMV
printout reqd. Apply
Mon-Thu. 625 N. Oxnard
Bl, Oxnard VCS282525
DRIVERS
DanDee Transportation is
hiring fuel delivery driv-
ers in Ventura and Simi
Valley, late model equip,
benefits. $18-$22/hr plus
overtime DOE. Min 2 yrs
Class A driving exp, Haz-
mat/tanker endorsement,
must pass background
check. Call 661-637-2410
ext 22, fax resume to
661-637-2413 or email re-
sume to
Employment@
Dandeetransportation.com
VCS282891
DRIVER/TOW TRUCK
Will train, co pd IRA,
med/vac, $30K+/yr.
561 Buena Vista, Oxnard
VCS282830
DRIVE Your own sm car,
pickup or mini van. Mrpk/
TO/NP $11.00-$13.00/hr. F/T-
P/T. Start now! Steady
work Paid training
800-603-1072 VCS281725
Truck Driver
The California Mushroom
Farm is hiring class A
Drivers Min 2 yrs total exp
& 1 yr. Ref. Local/long dis-
tance & distribution center
deliveries. Bilingual Span-
ish/English required. In-
clude current MVR and
DOT physical. Competitive
pay, vacation and medical.
Fax resume to Randy Mer-
cado 805.644.2849 or apply
at 4440 Olivas Park Dr.
Ventura, Ca. VCS281997
Distribution center in
Camarillo is looking for
Certified Industrial
Equipment
Operators
for their 3 shifts. Must
have a minimum of 3
months experience.
Requirements:
Must be Equip Certified
on any of the following-
Reach Truck / Order
Picker and / or Elec-
tric Pallet Jack Rider
Valid Drivers License
Ability to speak, read
and comprehend basic in-
structions in English
Must have proof of re-
cent Equipment Cert.
Please fax or email re-
sumes to Select Staffing
805.983.0986 fax email:
broxn@selectstaffing.com
VCS281886
Education/Social Services
(Preschool)
Family
Development
Educator
$14.65 - $20.54
Family Services
Specialist
$13.04 - $18.08
Site Supervisor
$2,692 - $3,959 month
Teacher & Sub
$12.29 - $20.95
Home Based
Teacher
$13.04 - $18.08
Assistant Teacher
$10.12 - $13.76
Cook
$11.16 - $15.94
Xlnt Benefits. Apply by
7222/11. CDR, 221 Ventura
Blvd. Oxnard, 93036.
485-7878. AA/EEOE
VCS282197
Electrician
CERT ELECTRICIAN
NFPA70E Trained, Exp in
Switchgear Maintenance &
Electrical troubleshooting,
Level 1, 2, or 3 Infrared
Thermography Cert a plus,
Clean CA D/L F/T, year
round work. Good benefits.
West Coast Power Solu-
tions, 3430 Galaxy Pl, Ox-
nard. (805) 485-4433. email:
jerry@
wcpowersolutions.com
VCS282004
Finance
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR,
BUDGET & FINANCE
$62,124 - $77,820 Annually
VENTURA UNIFIED
SCHOOL DISTRICT
Apply by August 12, 2011
www.venturausd.org
EOE VCS282549
FINANCIAL
ANALYST I
$4,893-$6,098.86/MO
F/T pos w/School Bus &
Advisory Svc Dept w/Vta
Co Ofc of Ed. Req: HS
grad, BA: Bus, public ad-
min, accntg, finance or re-
lated field & 2 yrs exp
financial analysis in comptr
bus syst or AA: bus,
accntg, finance or related
filed & 4 yrs exp financial
analysis in comptr bus syst.
Appl/job desc avail HR,
5189 Verdugo Way, Cam.
93012. 383-1913. Or apply at
www.edjoin.org
Deadline: 4pm Fri 8/3/11
EOE VCS282843
FOOD SAFETY
COORDINATOR
for agriculture co. Must
have at least 2 yrs exp. Bi-
lingual English/Spanish,
computer skills & clean
DMV. Fax resumes to
805-986-8354 Attn: Carlos R.
VCS282345
Healthcare
Assisted Living
Community is seeking a
Director of
Health Services
Grand Oaks, a retirement
community in Thousand
Oaks, California, offers a
variety of lifestyle servic-
es for seniors and we are
looking for a responsible
person who is passionate
about enriching the lives
of others.
Required:
LVN license or above
Min. 5 years nursing ex-
perience, experience in
the senior / assisted living
industry a plus Min. 1
year managing experi-
ence knowledge of title
22 regulations that govern
assisted living facilities a
plus Knowledge of health-
care/ aging process
Duties Include:
Overseeing all residen-
tial care
Interviewing & assess-
ing new residents as well
as continual assessment
of current residents
Generate revenue for
care services provided to
residents.
Oversee the personal
care of residents at the
community. Supervises
the care staff-hiring,
training, scheduling, and
job performance.
Contact families re-
garding changes in care.
Authority and respon-
sibility of all care staff
Documentation, includ-
ing incident reports &
state forms
Please send resume to
evangranucci@mbk.com
or fax attn: Evan
(805) 370-5401. 2177 E.
Thousand Oaks Blvd,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
VCS281880
Healthcare
Case Manager
(Bi-Lingual Spanish
preferred)
Per Diem, 9:00am-5:30pm.
Current Calif. licensed or
pre-licensed M.F.T.,
L.C.S.W., Ph.D. or Psy.D.
Performs clinical workups
with patients in an acute
care setting, facilitates psy-
cho-educational groups,
conducts family sessions,
involved in treatment plan-
ning and discharge plan-
ning. Must be avail. on
weekends to work and on
weekdays to initially orient.
Pre-Employment Drug
Screen, Physical Exam &
Background Check Re-
quired. Please send a com-
pleted application along
with your resume indicat-
ing position of interest to:
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of Human
Resources
VCS282450
Healthcare
CERTIFIED CODER -
BILLING DEPARTMENT
Duties & Responsibilities:
Performs ICD-9 and CPT
coding for physician office
based outpatient records,
same day surgery, inpa-
tient consults, etc. Inter-
acts with outpatient
business office staff/pos-
ters/etc. regarding insuran
ce denials/issues/problems.
Experience in a variety of
outpatient specialties such
as urology, neurology, or-
thopedics, cardiology and
dermatology is preferred.
Knowledge of proper use of
modifiers, E/M level assign-
ment and Medicare coding
guidelines is a must. Fa-
miliarity with 3M Encoder
software, Meditech and All-
scripts programming a
plus.
Qualifications: High School
diploma or general educa-
tion degree (GED) is re-
quired. Must have
certification as a Certified
Coding Specialist (CCS or
CCS-P), Certified Profes-
sional Coder (CPC or CPC-
P) or Registered Health In-
formation Technician
(RHIT) and two years of
outpatient coding experi-
ence
Community Memorial Hos-
pital offers excellent bene-
fits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281714
Healthcare
www.livingstonvna.org
RN, Home Health
Therapy Supervisor
Physical Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Call Eli 805-642-0239
Fax resume: 805-650-1536
1996 Eastman Ave #101
Ventura, CA 93003
VCS281748
Recreation Therapist
Full-Time. Mon-Fri.
8am-4:30pm. C.T.R.S. or
R.T.C. certification pre-
ferred or certification eli-
gible. Performs R.T. Group
Therapy and R.T. Assess-
ments. Pre-Employment
Drug Screen, Physical
Exam & Background Check
Required. Please send a
completed application along
with your resume indicat-
ing position of interest to:
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of HR VCS282451
Legal Assistant
AV rated law firm seek-
ing full time legal assist-
ant experienced in
criminal and family law
for Ventura office. Good
computer and communi-
cation skills are required.
Duties include answering
phones, preparing forms,
various office tasks.
Spanish speaking helpful.
Benefits and a competi-
tive salary offered.
av@wklaw.com
or fax res. 714-730-2267
VCS282584
LEGAL SECRETARY
Agoura Hills R.E. Co seeks
P/T legal secty w/xlnt org
skills. Word & Excel a
must. Email res & sal req
agourabusinesscenter@
earthlink.net
VCS281670
Manufacturing
Inspector - Quality
Receiving inspection.
Aerospace job shop envi-
ronment. Must be com-
puter literate.
Machinist
Expd mill/turn (lathe w/
live tooling) Familiarity
with Mori NL1500 and
NL2500 a big plus.
Machinist - Mill
Expd set-up (10+ yrs).
Fadal, Mori, Toyoda,
Hitachi Seiki Vertical /
Horizontal mills.
Full time positions.
Benefits, 401k
MGI Moorpark
805-523-2422 x332
VCS282702
Medical Billing
CODER III
(1) Full-Time Position
Abstract and code dis-
charged patient records,
maintain discharge statis-
tics and ensure complete-
ness of medical record in
accordance with accredit-
ing and regulatory agency
requirements. Perform
ICD-9 and CPT coding for
Inpatient, Emergency De-
partment records, Outpa-
tient records and same day
surgery records.
CCS (Certified coding Spe-
cialist), CPC (Certified
Professional Coder) with
three years coding experi-
ence in health care.
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System. go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281716
Medical
CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
RN IV
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provides leadership func-
tions in the Emergency De-
partment by performing the
following duties: Develops
competencies and adminis-
ters evaluations with Direc-
tor. Interviewing with
Director, staffing, counsel-
ing and mentoring staff.
Staff educational develop-
ment. Management regula-
tions, safety laws, DNV,
Title 22, OSHA. Partici-
pates in various aspects of
the departments on-going
performance improvement
activities.Develops / revises
unit documentation tools.
Reviews staff documenta-
tion for compliance with
standards and regulations
Performs audits, assesses
unit needs and ancillary de-
partments to provide opti-
mum patient care. Assesses
patient care provided by
staff, assists in direct pa-
tient care, reviews unit
policies.
Qualifications: Bachelors
Degree in Nursing (BSN)
from an accredited Nursing
Program is required, Mas-
ters Degree and CEN pre-
ferred. Extensive
Emergency nursing experi-
ence (3 to 5 years). Previ-
ous supervisory experience
is required. Current CA
Registered Nurse License,
ACLS, PALS or ENPC and
CPR certificates are re-
quired. Basic computer
skills required both hard-
ware and software
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eme
VCS281706
MEDICAL
Dermatology Practice
BACK OFFICE ASST
F/T. Bilingual preferred.
FRONT OFFICE
RECEPTIONIST
Exp preferred.
Mail resumes -Attn Cindy
2811 N. Ventura Rd.,
Oxnard, CA 93036
VCS281724
Medical
Front/Back Office
P/T. Dermatology office in
T.O. Fax res 805-494-0877
VCS281743
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Medical
CLINICAL LAB
SCIENTIST
Duties & Responsibilities:
Assists the section supervis-
ors in maintaining the high-
est levels of clinical and
pathological laboratory ser-
vices to all customers of
CMHS. Performs all auto-
mated technical blood
bank, microbiology, hema-
tology, coagulation, urinaly-
sis and chemistry technical
procedures as required.
Maintains smoothly func-
tioning section or shift as
assigned. Is able to function
as a lead in the absence of
section including supply.
Effectively deals with peers
and hospital personnel. Re-
solves issues within au-
thority limits and
recognizes authority limits.
Completes required reports
within allotted time frames.
Maintains a safe environ-
ment in the laboratory. As-
sists in education, training
and practice of safe work
habits of fellow employees.
Performs instrument main-
tenance and quality control.
Takes corrective action as
required. Participates in
performance improvement
activities. Maintains strict
patient confidentiality and
recognizes age-specific cri-
teria.
Qualifications: Bachelors
degree (B. A.) from four-
year College or university;
or one to two years related
experience and/or training;
or equivalent combination
of education and experi-
ence. Recent experience
in a Clinical Laboratory of
an acute care facility is
preferred. CA Clinical La-
boratory Scientist license is
required
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
VCS281712
Medical
RN/LVN/
Medical Assistants
Busy medical clinic is seek-
ing a full-time certified/li-
censed RN/LVN/Medical
Assistants. Must have at
least 1 yr of medical experi-
ence, Bilingual (English/
Spanish), ability to multi-
task, prioritize, and work in
fast pace environment.
Please fax resume
to (805) 486-0692 Attention:
Office Manager
VCS282299
Licd CNAS
Retirement comm in Sta
Barbara F/T, 3pm-11pm;
7am-3pm Provide resi-
dents with excellent ser-
vice and assist them in
various activities
Please fax your resume
to 805-682-1055 or email to
kabad@abhow.com
VCS282477
Nurse
Clinical Manager
Nursing- Med/Surg
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Clinical Manager has
the responsibility, authority
and accountability for pa-
tient care and clinical prac-
tice within Med/Surg and
for the development of ser-
vices which include:sched-
uling, the development of a
work force who consistently
demonstrates competent,
caring and efficient clinical
practice. Manages employ-
ees in the Med/Surg unit.
Carries out supervisory re-
sponsibilities in accordance
with the organizations poli-
cies and applicable laws.
Responsibilities include in-
terviewing, hiring, and
training employees; plan-
ning, assigning, and direct-
ing work; appraising
performance, addressing
complaints and resolving
problems
Qualifications: BSN from
four-year College or Uni-
versity is required, MSN is
preferred. Five years in
leadership capacity, experi-
ence as a Manager in
Med/Surg with accomplish-
ments in quality, financial
performance, performance
improvement initiatives
and customer service.
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281713
Nursing
CNAs
PM & Part Time
Night Shifts
Good pay & benefits
Mary Health
of the Sick
2929 Theresa Dr.
Newbury Park, CA 91320
Phone 805-498-3644
Fax 805-498-5112
VCS275992 VCS282615
Nursing
LVN - CFH SAVIERS
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provides professional nurs-
ing care to patients in sup-
port of medical care as
directed by medical staff
and pursuant to objectives
and policies of the hospital.
Organizes and Coordinates
patient care planning with
other hospital disciplines.
Reports to the Clinic Nurs-
ing Supervisor or Coordina-
tor and interfaces with
Front Office and Back Of-
fice staff to assure patient
flow in the Back Office of
the clinic.
Qualifications: High school
diploma or general educa-
tion degree (GED) is re-
quired. Must have a
current California LVN li-
cense. Must have previous
experience in a physician
office setting. Ability to
prioritize and maintain flow
of patients for a buys prac-
tice. Bilingual in Eng-
lish/Spanish is preferred
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eme
VCS281707
Nursing
Nurse-Utilization Review
Utilization Review Nurse-
R.N., L.V.N.,L.P.T.-P/T;
Wed.-Fri. 8am-4:30pm.
Works with insurance com-
panies and other hospital
departments concerning au-
thorization and coordination
of treatment for psychiatric
in-patients. Previous
Utilization Review/Utiliza-
tion Management experi-
ence preferred (1 year
minimum). Pre-Employ-
ment Drug Screen, Physi-
cal Exam & Background
Check Required.
Please send a completed
application along with your
resume indicating position-
of interest to:
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of Human
Resources
VCS282449
Nursing
REGISTERED NURSE -
INTENSIVE CARE UNIT -
OVCH Must have current
CA RN License; Current
CPR, ACLS.
One Full-Time Position
Available (72 hrs a pay pe-
riod) Night Shift (7:00pm -
7:00am)
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281721
Registered Nurse
Busy Thousand Oaks Mohs
and reconstructive surgery
practice and ambulatory
surgery center looking for
part or full time RN. Du-
ties include pre and post-op
pt care, surg assist, and on-
going operation of surg cen-
ter. OR experience a plus,
competitive wages and
benefits package.
Fax resume to 805-373-7493,
Attn: Administrator
VCS282729
GENERAL OFFICE Prop
Mgmt Co in Oxn. Temp to
poss perm. Entry level pos.
Exp req. English/Spanish.
Send resume to:
jayblue.2208@gmail.com
VCS282461
Part Time
JOB FAIR
8/1/11, 7:30pm-9pm
at Rancho Santa Susana
Comm Center, Simi
P/T positions in Before
& After School Club Prog.
in S.V. & Oak Park.
Details at www.rsrpd.org
Rancho Simi Recreation
and Park District
Celebrating Its
50th Anniversary
VCS282791
P/T Groundskeeper III
($13.69-$15.85/hr)
Park grounds / landscape
maint. 32 hrs/wk, 4-day
workweek, may include
wknds & holidays. Appl &
details at: www.rsrpd.org;
805-584-4400.File asap, but
no later than 7/18/11, 5pm
Rancho Simi Recreation
and Park District
Celebrating Its 50th
Anniversary
VCS281180
QA ANALYST in Simi Val-
ley, CA. Initiate & manage
test projects, including co-
ordinating & executing test
strategies with assoc. deliv-
erables. Perform functional
testing, regression testing,
& cross browser testing.
Reqs: Bachelors in Comp
Sci, Engrg, or rel. + 1 yr
exp. Apply: Xavient Infor-
mation Systems, Inc., Attn:
S. Jackson, Job ID#
QAA493, 2125 B Madera
Rd., Simi Valley, CA 93065.
VCS282386
RECEPTIONIST Exp a
must. Busy vet hospital.
F/T or P/T. Multi-tasker to
handle heavy phones. Xlnt
benefits. Email resumes to:
CIRESUMES2011@AOL.COM
VCS282859
Receptionist
Thurs & Fri 4:15p.m.-10pm.
& Sundays 9am-9pm. Bi-
Lingual Spanish preferred.
For front lobby of a private
psychiatric hospital.
Switchboard/Lobby experi-
ence preferred. Minimal
clerical and computer
abilities required. Excellent
Customer Service skills re-
quired.
Please send a completed
application along with your
resume indicating position
of interest to:
Aurora Vista del Mar
Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of
Human Resources
VCS281726
Registered Nurse
CARDIOTHORACIC CEN-
TER COORDINATOR (RN)
- SURGERY
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Coordinator performs
clinical care activities and
is responsible for the coor-
dination of a specialty peri-
operative service for
patients, physicians, and
other identified customers.
With Director and Manager
collaborates and provides
support for achieving estab-
lished goals.
Qualifications: Associates
Degree (ADN) required,
BSN preferred. Open Heart
experience is required.
Management experience is
preferred
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eoe VCS281722
Registered Nurse
MATERNAL CHILD
HEALTH EDUCATOR
Duties: The nurse educator
provides clinical and educa-
tional support to direct care
staff; Plans, organizes, de-
livers, and evaluates clini-
cal and educational
programs with input from
Nursing Management and
the Quality Department;
Demonstrates unit based
leadership, excellent com-
munication skills, proficient
clinical knowledge, and de-
cision-making abilities. Ap-
plies knowledge to act as
clinical resource, educator,
role model, and leader for
the staff of Maternal Child
Health.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: BSN is required.
Minimum of 3 to 5 years
clinical experience in Labor
& Delivery is required..
Good interpersonal skills
and the ability to communi-
cate effectively orally and
in writing. Current unre-
stricted California RN li-
cense, BLS, ACLS and NRP
provider cards are re-
quired. MSN or Masters
Degree in Education or
Healthcare, Mother/Baby
and Pediatric experience is
preferred. Teaching/educa-
tional experience and RNC
preferred
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eoe VCS282413
Registered Nurse
RN II 4th Floor
(4 positions)
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to patients in
hospital. Provides care
within scope of license. Ef-
fectively plans and commu-
nicates patient and family
education. Participates in
unit based educational ac-
tivities. Accurately and
timely documentation con-
sistent with practice and
hospital policy.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associates degree
(ADN) required, BSN pre-
ferred. One (1) to two (2)
years experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Current
CA RN License and CPR
certificate are required.
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
VCS281705
Registered Nurse
RN II 6th Floor
(4 positions)
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to patients in
hospital. Provides care
within scope of license. Ef-
fectively plans and commu-
nicates patient and family
education. Participates in
unit based educational ac-
tivities. Accurately and
timely documentation con-
sistent with practice and
hospital policy.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associates degree
(ADN) required, BSN pre-
ferred. One (1) to two (2)
years experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Current
CA RN License and CPR
certificate are required.
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eoe VCS282402
Registered Nurse
RN II - EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
(2 positions)
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provides professional nurs-
ing care to Emergency De-
partment patients in
support of medical care as
directed by medical staff
and pursuant to objectives
and policies of the hospital.
Coordinates patient care
planning with other hospital
disciplines. Reports to the
Department Manager and
interfaces with RN IV, De-
partment Educator, Assist-
ant Manager and Unit
Supervisors.
Qualifications: Associates
degree (ADN) required,
BSN preferred. Current CA
RN license. Must have cur-
rent ACLS, PALS and BLS
certification. 1 to 2yrs exp
and/or training; or equiva-
lent combination of educa-
tion and experience. One
year Emergency Depart-
ment experience required.
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eoe
VCS281718
Registered Nurse
RN II - Labor & Delivery
Duties: Provides special-
ized nursing care to obstet-
rical patients Administers
prescribed medications and
treatments in accordance
with approved nursing tech-
niques. Prepares equipment
and assists Physician dur-
ing treatment and examina-
tion of patient.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Minimum of one (1)
year experience as Labor &
Delivery Nurse is required.
Licenses and Certificate:
Current CA RN License is
required. CPR, NRP cer-
tifications are required.
Specialty certification pre-
ferred Completion of ad-
vanced EFM class within 6
months of hire.
Community Memorial Hos-
pital offers excellent bene-
fits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281715
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Sports Editor
Ventura County Star
The Ventura County Star, Ventura Countys
leading newspaper and website, has an
opening for a Sports Editor to advance the
success of our newspaper, niche products,
web and mobile offerings.
Sitting on the edge of the great Los Angeles
sports market, Ventura County Star has
carved out its niche in sports with
extraordinary coverage of prep and
community college athletics. The Star
covers the games our readers want,
provides the numbers that sports fans crave
and then goes beyond to tell the stories of
the people who are involved. The Star
sports department has a tradition of digging
into stories of importance that can and do
play on the front page.
The Sports Editor will lead a staff of six
veteran and talented writers. We are
looking for a strong and experienced editor
who will work with this staff to help them
improve their writing and reporting, and to
deepen the connection between our
coverage and our readers. A healthy
freelance budget complements that staff
coverage and supports daily local prep
roundups.
The Sports Editor is responsible for daily
coordination with the Scripps West Central
Desk, which handles page production and
wire editing based on direction from the
Sports Editor. The Star sports pages must
reflect the interests of our readers, ranging
from recreational sports to the all the
professional leagues. The Sports Editor
directly handles editing of all local content,
determines story placement throughout the
section and approves all sports pages
nightly.
The Sports Editor is also expected to be a
leader in driving local sports content to
digital to provide a quick, rich and
exclusive source of stories and information.
We offer a competitive compensation
package including base salary, paid time
off, medical, dental, vision and disability
benefits.
Ventura County Star is part of the E.W.
Scripps Company, a diverse 130-year-old
media enterprise with interests in television
stations, newspapers, local news and
information web sites, and licensing and
syndication
Please see complete job description on our
company site listed below.
To apply please visit our careers site at
http://www.scripps.com/careers/search-jobs
and select requisition #3751.
VCS281155
Registered Nurse
RN II - Physiology
Duties: Provide appropri-
ate care to patients in the
Physiology Department
that require the services of
a Critical Care Nurse. To
assess the patient, evaluate
the appropriateness of IV
drug therapy and monitor
cardiac rhythms during
Physiology procedures. Im-
plements the nursing pro-
cess by assessing the
pulmonary, cardiovascular
and general status of the
patient pre-procedure. As-
sesses, starts IVs, moni-
tors, recovers and
discharges the conscious se-
dation patient. Evaluates
appropriateness of proce-
dure and discusses findings
with physician.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associates degree
(ADN) required, BSN pre-
ferred. One year experi-
ence in Critical Care
Nursing with focus on car-
diovascular care. Current
CA RN License, ACLS, BLS
certificates are required
Community Memorial Hos-
pital offers excellent bene-
fits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281711
Restaurant
The Whales Tail
Is Now Hiring
Expd Line Cooks
Apply Mon-Fri 3-4:30pm
only. 3950 Bluefin Cir, Oxn.
Ask for Michael
VCS282824
Account Executive
ABC affiliate, KEYT-TV
seeks a dynamic Ventura
Based Account Executive
with ability to develop mar-
keting strategies and adver-
tising solutions for clients;
a strong focus on new busi-
ness development and non-
traditional revenue genera-
tion; xlnt written and ver-
bal communication skills.
You should be familiar with
Nielsen. Computer knowl-
edge needed: Power Point,
Outlook, Excel, and Word.
Knowledge of OSI system
helpful. Previous media
sales experience preferred.
Send resume to:
prongavilla@keyt.com
VCS282362
SALES
Countys largest tile, stone
& slab dealer. Sale & design
skills. Good communication
& organization skills. Retail
sales exp. Good pay +
benes. Contact Nick,
nrodriguez@surfacesusa.com
VCS282200
Sales
in Ventura
needs help promoting the
new store opening. Visit
local businesses and de-
liver free $15 giftcards/
storemaps. Need car. In-
terview 7/26, start 7/27.
Earn $12+/hr.
Call 888-951-0300 or
scoots@stratcogroup.com
VCS282494
Sales
TELEMARKETING
We dont care what type of
work youve done in the
past. If you have the ability
& persistence, well train
you to sell our industrial
tools and supplies. Ventura
distributor needs six new
reps asap to make outbound
cold calls to the marine &
truck industry. Up to
$25.00/hr, Salary+comm.
M-F 7am-2:15pm.
Call Matt 805-644-4077
VCS281594
SECURITY
ABM Security is offering 16
immediate openings in Ox-
nard, Starting @ $10-$12/hr.
Security Officers, Rovers,
Supervisors
Call 818-592-6300
www.abm.com EOE
VCS282097
STREET SWEEPER
DRIVER, CDL, clean DMV,
map reading, mech. ability
Fax resume & DMV print-
out 310-436-0019 or email:
ajacoby@cleanstreet.com
VCS283034
Technician
LABOR & DELIVERY
SPECIALTY TECH
(2 POSITIONS)
Duties: The L&D Specialty
Tech is responsible for
maintaining the O.R.s in
L&D, creating and main-
taining a sterile field during
surgical procedures, assist-
ing with maintaining the
environment and equipment
in L&D, entering data in
the Perioperative report,
completing patient charges,
and provides secretarial
and clerical duties in sup-
port of patient care servic-
es in L&D.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: High school diplo-
ma or general education
degree (GED); Graduate of
a Surgical Technician pro-
gram or 2 years experience
as a Surgical Scrub Techni-
cian or completion of ap-
propriate Surgical
Technician training at CMH
or LVN license and recent
acute care hospital experi-
ence. Successful completion
of the current HR program
for Spanish translation
competency and current
BLS CPR card required
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive
403(b) retirement plan,
flexible spending accounts,
paid time off, and a variety
of other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
eoe VCS282415
Therapist
RCP II
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provides care to the total
spectrum of patients served
by Respiratory Care Servic-
es to include patients in
acute and critical care are-
as, pediatrics, Emergency
Room and assist physicians
with special procedures (in-
tubation, bronchoscopy,
etc.). Assumes respon-
sibility for the prompt
and/or routine execution of
physicians order relating
to Respiratory Care Servic-
es.
Qualifications: Graduate
of a 2 year, AMA approved
school of respiratory thera-
py and be registered by the
National Board for Respira-
tory Care (NBRC). Cur-
rent CA RCP license and
BCLS required. ACLS, and
PALS certificates are pre-
ferred. Minimum of 1 year
clinical experience in an
acute care facility is re-
quired. RRT credential is
required.
Community Memorial Hos-
pital offers excellent bene-
fits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS281710
SOMIS ESTATE Studio/Suite
N/S/P. Utils, cable, DSL,
maid included. $1100
805-444-4461 VCS281729
BELLA VISTA
CONDOs
Active Adult
55+ Community
In fantastic location
On Tanager St, Vta
FOR LEASE:
2bed+2bath
3bed+2bath
JUNE/JULY - Move-in!
$500 OFF 1st months rent!
Contact: Michele DiMauro
805.639.3214 or
805.766.0269
Please visit:
Promontorypointe.net
VCS281115
CAM 2+1.5
Move In Special
1 MONTH FREE!
Lovely spacious townhome
Attached 2 car gar. Tennis,
Playground, pool & spa.
805-482-1682 VCS281507
CAMARILLO
FIRECRACKER
SPECIAL
2BD + 2BA
Only $1,345
We offer Spacious 1 & 2
bdrm apts and 2 bdrm
townhomes. Gorgeous
garden setting. Huge
Laundry rooms, Abundant
parking. XLNT Location.
SPARKLING POOL/SPA
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
$500.00 OFF
MOVE-IN*
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
805-987-6146
Hacienda De Camarillo
831 Paseo Camarillo
Open 7 days
*OAC Credit Problems?
We can help.
VCS281133
FILLMORE ADULT 55+
1br, a/c, all utils pd, except
elec. From $745.HUD/PET
OK. Call 805-642-9527 or
805-524-4124 VCS282300
NEWBURY PARK
CASA OAKS APTS
Studios 1 & 2 Bdrms
Custom paint and
carpet, fireplaces,
balcony, pool,
laundry facility.
Dogs Welcome
$30 application fee.
2088 W Hillcrest Dr
888.201.4050
VCS281358
OXN 1+1 Apt in nice,
quiet community $895/mo
805-981-3719 VCS282896

OXNARD
2+2 & 3+2
Townhouse
Apartments
$1250-$1600
Lovely, newly remodeled
townhome apts each
includes a huge balcony
and garage parking.
Great location near
shopping, beach,
college, CBC base.
We also feature:
Fitness Center,
Multiple Laundry Facilites
2 Sparkling Pools
and much more!
Come visit
and join our
awesome
community
805-488-3946
VCS281901
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $875
1+1 $1025
2+1 $1250
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool &
spa tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS282253
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CROSSROADS
INVESTMENTS
300 Esplanade Dr
Suite 580
805-485-4040
1+1 N. Oxn, lg unit with
vaulted ceilings, balcony
and shared garage $900
1+1 Nr downtown Oxn,
downstairs with patio
and carport $900
VCS282434
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
*on availability
Beautiful Grounds
BBQ Area
Pool and Jacuzzi
Tennis Courts
Close to Shopping
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS282969
OXNARD
PREPARE TO BE
WOWED!
Gorgeous 1 & 2 bd apts
starting at $925/mo
Elevators, gated, garage
parking, fun social
activities.
AVAILABLE NOW
HUGE 1BD
Call Sally Now
805-986-8411
Family Owned & Operated
Since 2000.
HURRY!
55+, Section 8 ok, no pets.
VCS281129
OXNARD STUDIO $900
Detached, private,
$400 dep. Utilites included.
No smoke, no pets. Jennie
805-816-0546 VCS281014
OXN
Elegant Living
Near marina. Beautiful
complex with garages,
w/d hookup, pool & spa.
No pets.
Call friendly manager
on move in specials
Large 1+1, 2+2 all with
balcony & patio
VILLA MARINA APTS
1320 S. Victoria, Oxnard
805-985-0644
VCS278857 VCS281955
OXN N. 2 Bdrm - Large,
clean and quiet. Gated
prkg. Close to fwy. From
$1,195. (Gonzales @ H St.)
CEDAR GLEN APTS
805-485-5877
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS282748
OXN SUMMER
SPECIALS!
Renovated 1, 2, 3
bedrm apartments avail
at Rancho Solana Apts
805-485-1208 VCS281902
PT HUE 1+1 Small Upstairs
Apt w/new kitchen, water
& trash incl, $800+dep.
No pet 805-207-1210
PT HUE 1 Bdrm - Clean,
quiet property. Fresh
paint, clean carpets, pool
and gated prkg from $925.
Across from Navy Base.
PARK MADERA APTS
805-984-4062
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS282749
PT Hue $200 OFF 1st month,
1br, pool, garage, laundry
room on-site, walk to beach
$845mo gas pd $500 dep.
No pets 805-483-8301 or
805-488-2131 VCS282206
PT HUE NICE 1+1, 2 blocks
from ocean. $850/mo+$400
dep. Avail in August. Call
805-271-5091 VCS282044
SANTA PAULA
2+1 w/private 1 car garage
1st mo $500+$1,000 dep
VILLA ROSA APTS
234 Steckel Drive. Gerry
805-525-1731 VCS281355
Santa Paula
GREAT MOVE IN
SPECIAL
1 Bedroom - $850
AVAILABLE NOW
Pool
New Carpet/Vinyl
Covered Parking
2 Laundry Rooms
Refrigerator Included
Water/Trash/Sewer Paid
SANTA PAULA VILLAGE
218 N. 8th Street
805-933-1074
VCS282985
SIMI GATED COMMUNITY
3+2 & 2+2. Pool, spa, f/p, &
tennis court. Baywood Apts
805-581-9052 VCS281363
Summertime
Savings and Fun
2 Bedroom Townhomes
Washer/Dryer included
Dogs & Cats Welcome *
Large private yards
Excellent Location
Full kitchen appliance
package
1-866-291-3218 (24/7)
Monterey Villas
1018 Kelp Lane
* Restrictions Apply
VCS282902
T.O. Lovely New Studio
completely furnd, incls
all utils, pvt yard & lg
storage shed. $957/mo.
818-597-0177 VCS281386
T.O MOUNT CLEF APTS
Summer Specials!
1br from $1100. 2br from
$1400. Pool, Spa, Playpk.
www.mountclef.com
805-492-2022 VCS282556
T.O. QUIET LOCATION
1+1 - $1,145
2+2 - $1,395 & Up
No Dogs or Cats.
805-492-2113
VCS282593
T.O.
When Available
SPACIOUS
1 & 2 Bedrooms
Pool, covered prkg
and laundry room.
Easy Fwy Access.
Sorry, NO pets.
Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: By Appt
(805)495-5520
223 Erbes Rd #101
VCS277852
VENTURA
1br apt $950, 2br apt $1200
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS280951
VENTURA EAST
CITRUS GLEN
A real sense of
HOME
GAS AND WATER PAID
805-647-6755
CALL WE ANSWER!
VCS281447
VENTURA EAST
CITRUS GLEN
THREE BEDROOM
$1,600
WATER - GAS PAID
NO PETS
805-647-6755
VCS281598
1 & 2 BDRMS
Starting at $1300
Move-in
Specials
Great Location
CALL TODAY
(866) 311-7888
or visit us at
cypresspointventura.com
VCS281908
BRAND NEW
1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartment Homes
Washer/Dryer included
Walk-in Closets
Sparkling Pool
Refreshing Spa
Fitness Center
Internet Coffee Lounge
805-856-3456
ralstoncourtyards.com
VCS281909
VTA 1+1 Upstairs or Down
$950 No pet/smoke. Open
Sat & Sun 11-3pm. 1255 E.
Santa Clara VCS282506
VTA 1bdrm Apts
Starting @ $795 near park
and school. No pets.
805-258-3203 VCS280546
VTA 2+1 Upstairs, lg rooms
and closets, new paint.
$995/mo. Water and trash
pd. 805-642-9660 VCS282014
VTA 2+2 MULTI LEVEL,
ocean view, f/p, dshwshr,
good credit discount. Sm
pet considered. 805-652-0387
10am-6pm VCS283009
VTA 2 Bdrm. COMPARE!
Spacious, self-clean oven
and frost free frig.
** You Be The Judge **
From $1,250/sec $500.
805-644-5676 for appt.
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS282750
VTA 2 Bdrm from $1,350.
Best value in town!
See us before you rent.
(Just West of Victoria)
Ventura Del Sol Apts
805-656-0236
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS282747
VTA 2br 2ba x-Lg units w/all
appliances, close to shopping
$1295. Some units avail for
handicapped and/or seniors.
805-658-7453 VCS280575
VTA
Del Norte Apartments
1 Bedroom + 1 Bath
Beautiful Grounds
Pool
Onsite Laundry
10880 Del Norte St
(805)659-2258
VCS281436
VTA Enjoy Resort Style
Living at...
Lofts starting
at $1230
Studios, Lofts &
1 Bedrooms
866-623-8143
Open Mon-Sat
9:00am-6:00pm VCS282052
VTA
Harbor View Villas
Luxury Apts.
Ocean View
Most utils paid
FREE basic cable
333 N. Kalorama
805-648-1760
VCS282921
VTA Large 1+1, overlooking
pool, garage, indoor cat ok,
onsite lndry. Avail now.
For appt call. 805-644-4131
VCS281098
VTA LARGE 2+1 upstairs
$1,350/mo & 2+1 downstairs
$1,520/mo. Includes all utils.
No Dogs or Cats. Access to
transit/shopping and
restaurants. 805-642-3000
VCS282608
VTA/MONTALVO 2+1
$995/mo +sec
Call 805-901-1059
VCS282591
VTA Prime Loc Lg 1+1 end
unit, pool, view, most utils
pd $995 or $1075 with 180
degree ocean view. No dogs
805-407-4020 VCS281069
OXN 1+1, at Silverstrand sm
kitch, $950 incl util +$1000
dep xlnt credit req. N/S No
pets 805-529-6847 VCS282321
OXN 2+2 Beach, spacious,
immac, f/p, lg sundeck,
new refrig/dishwshr $1395
805-985-3515 VCS282734
OXN Silverstrand, Beach
Front, charming 1Br, bath,
den, deck, Gar. $2,000/mo.
805-320-4781 VCS282393
CAMARILLO Palm Colony
Condo, Avail July 1st, 3Br,
3 Ba, 2-car garage, Gated,
Clubhouse, Pool, Fitness
Ctr, No pets/smoking.
$2310/mo + Util. 1st + dep.
Call 805-448-2441 or
805-448-5137 VCS279880
VCS281227
CAM Gated 2br + 2.5ba +
den, 2-car, comm pool,
$1900/mo + sec. NP, avail
8/1. 805-484-5443
VCS281968
CAM SPRINGS 2+2
Gated super clean & bright
upstairs end unit w/2 car
gar. Newer paint/carpet,
pool/spa. N/S/P.$1,650+dep.
805-320-6466 or 805-901-1242
VCS281624
CONDOS/APTS
VTA 2+1 $1075.
Hummingbird
VTA 2+1 upstairs, water
& trash paid. Ocean &
hillside views $1200.
S. Evergreen
VTA 1+2, 3 story 1500sf
beach unit, 2 car garage
and awesome views
$2500. San Pedro
VTA 2+1 middle unit with
1 car garage and inside
laundry area $1275.
Seaward
VTA 2+1 back unit, close
to mall. Attach 2 car gar,
inside laundry, wtr/trash/
gardener pd $1450. College
VTA Beach, upstairs 1+1
with ocean and park
views. Very unique
building, deck off bed-
room and living room.
1 car garage $1400
San Pedro
VTA Scandia Pines 3+2
single story, front and
back patio. refrig/washer
/dryer incl. Complex has a
pool & tennis court $1,750.
Stillwater
OXN 3+2 laminate floors,
inside w/d hookups $1,595.
Miramar Walk
OXN 3+2.5 close to the
beach, roof top ocean
view deck.Washer/dryer/
refrig $1900 Nautilus
visit out website at
venturahomesforrent.com
or
Call the owners at
Homes For Rent,
the proud parents
of a NMCB 3 soldier
805-650-2500
Open Saturdays
MOORPARK 2 Bedroom,
2 Bath, 2 car gar. $1,515/mo
+ sec. 805-498-9369 or
Cell 805-236-8338 VCS282105
MOORPARK 3+2.5, f/p,
comm pool, 2 garages, new
paint & carpet. N/P/S.
$1,750/mo+$2,100/sec.
Available Now! 949-306-4579
VCS281457
PORT HUENEME Condo
Incl. wtr,cbl,trsh,gas, 1-car
garage,near Navy/beaches.
2bdrms 1baths
$1,250.00/mo (805)236-0687
VCS282867
PT HUE MARINA VLG 2+1,
2 story, new paint & carpet,
granite counters, refrig,
stove/oven, 1 car gar, pool,
lndry fac, nr shops/marina.
2602 Sextant Ave $1200
805-985-0406 VCS281443
PT HUENEME Townhouse
2BR, 1BA pool, garage,
new carpet & paint. N/S
N/P $1150+dep 805-276-8937
VCS282188
Simi 2+2, 2 car gar, a/c $1350
2+2 a/c, gar, and pool , $1550
3+2.5 upgraded, ac gar $1795
3+2.5, yard, pool, a/c, $1895
Westcoast Prop Mgmt
805-522-0060 VCS282063
THOUSAND OAKS
Deluxe Studio
light and bright
Immaculate and updated.
Walk to shopping and
transportation. 55+ com-
munity. 1bdrms, 1baths,
$1,050.00/mo
(818)469-8321
VCS282617
T.O. 2+1.5, great area, pvt
corner unit with patio, att
prkg, a/c, heat, comm pool
and spa, easy access to fwy
and shppg. Good Credit.
$1,850/mo. No Pets. Call Tara
805-479-1503. (More Listings
Available). VCS281012
T.O. Los Robles 3+2.5 town
home, hardwd flrs, pool/spa,
$1795/mo+ $1795 dep. N/S.
Agt 805-341-3463 VCS282826
Ventura, McKeon condo 2+1
very clean, $1250mo/+ dep
805-647-5031 VCS282454
VTA East Condo 3+2,
1700sf, Pool, 2 car gar-
age, new paint & floor-
ing. N/S, N/P. $1850+sec,
water & trash included.
Available 8/1. Call
(719) 232-6671 VCS282864
VTA McKeon 2+1 Condo
with shared 2 car garage,
laundry facility, $1245/mo
805-642-9527 VCS281015
VTA PEPPER TREE 3BR
2BA Condo, Newly remod-
eled, $1,390/mo, Security
deposit $1,000, Section 8
OK. 805-284-4945
VCS280390
VTA SUNNY CONDO 3+2.5,
2 car garage, all amenities.
$1875/month. Call
805-376-0465 VCS282600
VTA TODD RANCH 2 story,
all new updates, 3 br, new-
er 1.5 ba, new kitchen,
comm pool, great area, 1st
half month free rent.
$2100/mo 805-223-3601
VCS282488
VTA Upgraded 2+1
+2 car attached garage,
washer & dryer in unit,
refrig, new wood floors+
crown molding thruout,
large lovely front & back
patio $1600/mo. Pet ok
805-302-4816 See pics
@vcstar.com VCS282820
NEWBURY PARK 3+2
3 car gar, downstairs master
bdrm, f/p, pvt patio, tennis
courts, pool, spa, $2,150+sec.
805-377-9719 VCS282767
VTA Walk to beach 3+2, 2
car gar, w/d hkup, fenced
yd, compl remodel. $1925
grdnr/wtr pd 805-896-8533
450 S. Seaward VCS282389
CAM 2+2 100% New! Leisure
Village, light & bright end
unit $1650. N/S. Owner/Agt
805-750-1934 VCS282924
CAM 4+2.5 2 story on cul-de-
sac.Credit ck/refs req $2200
lse. 805-482-5013 Kathy
Frownfelter VCS281898
CAM 4+2 on lg cul-de-sac
lot, 2 car gar. N/SP grdnr
incl $2050+dep crdt ck req.
805-987-6987 VCS282098
CAM Adorable 2+1 house in
Old Town. Large yard & gar,
grdnr incl, $1,650. 122 Fir St.
805-603-0681 VCS282601
Camarillo, off Mission Oaks
Blvd, 4br 3ba , view, low
maint. yrd, $2500/dep,
805-236-9967 VCS282430
CAM LIESURE VILLAGE
2+2 granite bath/mtn view,
$1695 mo incl util, rec facility
55+ 805-529-6790 VCS282973
CAM MISSION OAKS 3+2
beautiful, remodeled, new
kitchen cab, 2 car gar, incl
grdnr, $2200. 408-209-0388
VCS283015
CAM SPRINGS
GOLF COURSE
2 masters +2.5 ba Twnhm.
A/C. Sm pet? $1850 +sec
Capric Properties
805-377-3689 VCS281142
CAM Vista Las Posas 5+3.5,
3 car gar, avail 8/5
$3100/mo Steve 818-998-8028
VCS281983
FILLMORE Cul de sac
home Central AC/heat, bo-
nus room, large back yard.
No pets, non smoking. Will
accept HUD. Deposit re-
quired. 5bdrms 2baths
$2,200.00/mo (805)910-5009
VCS282138
MOORPARK
Spacious Two
Story Home,
Master suite, 1 bed-
room/bath downstairs, 3
bed/1 bath upstairs,cen-
tral air/heat, 2 fireplac-
es, laundry room,
community pool, fresh
paint, rent incls water
and gardener. 5bdrms,
3baths, $2,700.00/mo
(818)383-0708
VCS281627
NEWBURY PARK
HOUSE FOR RENT
3+2 home w /large back-
yard /granite kitchen
/fireplace / sun room / 2
car garage / gardener /
pet ok. $2250 a month +
security+/pet deposit.
N/S/D 805-241-8050
805-241-8050
VCS282125
NEWBURY PARK Updated
4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, fire-
place, large enclosed yard,
2 car gar. 1 block from
Newbury Pk High School.
HOA Included. $2500/month
805-208-7514 VCS282730
NP 3+2 NEAR AMGEN,
clean, wood/carpet floors,
no pets. Gardener incl $2375
805-402-5533 VCS282674
OJAI STUDIO - Guest House
Secluded yet close to town.
W/D hkup, incls gas, water,
elect. $995. 805-798-3771
VCS282930
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OXN 3+2, custom enclosed
patio, two story, 2 car att
gar, just remodeled, new
paint in/out, carpet.
NO pets. Available 8/15.
Cross st: Wooley & Ventura
$1,950/mo+ $2,450/dep.
805-746-7145 VCS283053
OXN 3+2 lg eat-in kitchen w/
pantry, huge livrm w/fp, den,
din rm, new crpt, fence yd,
gated driveway, 2 car gar,
$1950/mo. Ole 805-844-2121
VCS282989
OXN 3br+2ba, close to elem,
HS, college, park, shppg.
Gas stove/fridge, w/d hk up,
nice bkyd w/patio, no pets or
Sec 8, incls grdnr. $1,700/mo
+$1,750/sec. Credit Check
reqd. Avail Sept. 1, 2011.
805-498-0339 VCS282852
OXN 5+3 walk to beach, gar,
upgraded, patio, built-in
appls $2950. n/p 805-499-7399
or 805-984-2930 VCS281963
OXNARD 3+2 in North
end with dbl garage,
fenced yard, near 101 fwy
$1750 rent + $1950 dep
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
VCS282452
OXNARD 3+2 Large front
and backyard completely
fenced. $1,800mo.
3600 South A Court.
805-797-3026
VCS282882
OXNARD - 4BR plus loft,
3 ba, all appliances, nearly
new, new carpet and paint,
2-car gar. $2150.
805-231-3971 VCS281303
OXN N. 3+2.5 newer home,
gar, f/p, upgrades galore,
modern & sharp, $1,995+dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-988-8077 VCS283029
OXN SHORES 4+3, fireplc,
oversized garage, half
block to beach $2495 Toni,
Bkr 805-984-3613 VCS282472
OXN - STEPS TO
HOLLYWOOD BEACH
& CHANNEL ISL HARBOR
Beautiful 3 br, 3 ba beach
home for lease. 3 stories,
2 fplcs, every room has view
of ocean, hardwood floors
throughout, 2 car garage,
gardener included. 1 year
lease. $3,300/mo +$3,500 dep.
Call 805-284-4945 to view.
VCS282753
PT HUE Ocean View 3+2.5
pool, spa, f/p, 2 car, yard,
w/d, $2,500/mo. 949-233-7982
beacon@cox.net
VCS282959
SANTA PAULA 3 + 1 home.
$1,195/mo. plus deposit.
805-921-1000. VCS278369
VCS282189
SANTA PAULA Large
House - Quite Neighbor-
hood $1,950/mth plus $1,950
deposit. New tile and
paint. 2 car garage, 2 fire-
places, dishwasher, and
large yard. Non-Smoking.
No Indoor Pets. HUD O.K.
720 Fillmore Street 4bdrms
2baths $1,950.00/mo
(805)205-3855 VCS282363
SIMI 3+2 + den+ spa $1995
3+2 + den, a/c, newer $2150
3+2.5+loft, fp, ac, gdnr $2195
5+5 newer & gorgeous! $3950
Westcoast Prop Mgmt
805-522-0060 VCS282062
SIMI 3+2 remodeled 1 story,
Pergo floors, new kitchen,
beautiful yd $1850/$1850 sec
N/S 805-341-3463 VCS282922
627
Houses Unfurnished
SIMI East End 3+2, new
paint and carpet, RV access
14ft x 72ft, 2 year lease,
$1,950/mo+sec, grdnr incl.
1482 Dorothy St. Gable Mgmt
805-660-2171 VCS282256
SIMI Guest house, private,
beautiful, remodeled, all
appliances, $1195 utils pd
805-526-7172 VCS281845
T.O. 2+2 w/fenced yd
Rural ranch setting.
$1,600/mo. 805-990-2189 or
305-731-9210 VCS281314
T.O. Lovely 3bd, 2ba+den on
park-like lot. Good loc. New
carpet, paint. $1,900/mo.
Avail 8/1. 805-267-6324
VCS282740
VENTURA EAST 2+1 small
cottage, gar/laun hookups,
quiet secure area, no dogs,
gas water &yd mainte-
nance paid. $1175 + dep.
647-1952 or 642-9574
VCS282280
Ventura East, 3 bedroom,
2 bath, 5439 Queens St
$1900mo/$2000 deposit
805-648-5111 VCS282319
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Houses Unfurnished
HOUSES
Rincon Point 4+2.5
stainless steel,
granite kitchen,
Travertine floors.
In gated community
Buena Fortuna
$5000
VTA 3+2 modular
home in Stone-
gate. Attach 2 car
gar, inside laun-
dry, fenced back-
yard. Comm pool
and clubhouse
$1700 Cachuma
VTA 3+2 w/ocean,
island, city lights
view. Located
above downtown,
washer/dryer
for tenants use,
gardener incl $2350
Mariposa
OXN 3+2 California
Cove, single story
with a huge back-
yard and covered
patio. Laminate
floors throughout
$2150 Twin Oaks
VTA 3+2 Midtown
with wood floors,
detached garage,
great fenced yard,
washer/dryer/frig
$2100 San Roque
VTA 3+3.5 hillside
home with 3 car
garage. Ocean &
city lights views.
Family rm w/bar
$3400 Cobblestone
VTA 3+1.75 east
end with nice patio
for BBQing $1800
Bismark
All properties are
no pets, no smoke,
1 year lease.
visit out website at
venturahomesforrent.com
or
Call the owners at
Homes For Rent,
the proud parents
of a NMCB 3 soldier
805-650-2500
Open Saturdays
627
Houses Unfurnished
VTA 1+1 $895 hdwd flrs, yd,
hkps, storage. pet ok. N/S.
314 W. Prospect. 643-5834
or 643-3419 VCS281506
VTA 2+1 HOME
with small yard, near
shopping $1125/mo. Call
805-258-3203 VCS280801
VTA 3+2.5 $1595 dswsr,stove
gar, w/d hkp, wtr/trash pd
2+1 $1250. Ave area. Pet
ok 805-746-0549 VCS282361
VTA 4+2 two story w/patio.
Close to mall,schools,harbor,
and bike path. Nice garden,
big kitchen. $1,950/mo.
805-223-1528 VCS282632
VTA LEASE OPTION/FOR
SALE Custom view home in
Ventura. 3+2+sep studio
w/bath. Small down. Full
pmt, $3,362/mo. 805-208-8494
VCS282365
VTA LEASE OPTION/FOR
SALE Custom view home
3+2+sep studio Small
down. Full pmt, $3,362/mo.
805-208-8494 VCS282984
WLV 2+1 dbl att gar, central
air, upgraded, w/d hkps
comm pol $1695 Westcoast
Mgt 805-522-0060 VCS282636
675
Rentals To Share
OXN N. Unfurnished bdrm,
own enclosed parking, n/s/p,
$625/mo includes utilities.
805-816-9412 VCS282638
VTA KEYS 4 bdrm hm with
bkyd, front courtyd, quiet
neighborhood, f/p, hse privs,
gar/storage, w/d, pleasant
living conds $750 After 4pm
805-551-3524 VCS282493
677
Rooms For Rent
CAM $750 Master bed & ba.
Full house privs. All utils
incl. N/D/S/P. 805-482-5684
VCS282383
CAMARILLO-
1 ROOM FURNISHED OR
UNFURNISHED in quiet
house. N/S no pets, $650,
util incl, $450 dep.
805-482-3332 VCS281496
CAMARILLO ROOM $550+
$300 dep incl elec, cable,
washer/dry. New house @
Adolfo & Flynn 1821 Santo
Domingo N/S/D/Pets
805-389-1545 VCS282606
CAMARILLO
Room for rent in Leisure
Village 55+, $500/mo.
Includes house privs, utils,
cable, etc. 818-266-2000
VCS282115
CAM, Avail 8/1, clean, quiet,
house privs, new furnished,
util/wireless free, $600+dep
+ref 805-660-2555 VCS281226
CAM Close to town & CSUCI,
shared bath, w/d, N/S/D/P.
$600/mo, utils incl.
805-443-1579 VCS282901
CAM Close to town,
flat tv 5.1, shared bath, w/d,
N/S/D/P. $600/mo, utils incl.
805-443-1579 VCS281941
Online Classifeds. Buy or Sell.
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C.I. HARBOR on the wtr hm
to share. 1bd+1ba, hse privs.
N/S/D/P. $700/mo+3rd of util.
805-212-0512 VCS282957
677
Rooms For Rent
MALIBU Resort Living,
Only 10 miles from Mugu.
4 rooms w/ocean views, avail
at: drygulchlodge.com.
Fully furnished w/full privs
to kitchen, lndry, HD tv,
wiFi, pool, spa, bbq, lawn
tennis. $900/mo+sec, utils
and housekeeper included.
NO Pets, No Mess-nicks.
Call 310-457-3807 or
310-589-8311 VCS281605
MRPK ROOM with VIEW
near COLLEGE, avail NOW,
share bath, utils including
house privs. $580/month.
Quiet home. 805-553-0573
VCS282043
NPK 2 Rms - $595 and $695
in lg hm w/pool. Wireless
internet, incls utils, $350
dep. No drugs. Outside
smoking ok. Avail Now!
805-750-5069 VCS283057
N.P. Master suite for rent in
beautiful home. Lg pvt ba,
walk in closet, full house
privs. Pool, spa, all utils
incl. $700/mo. Debbie Wil-
liams, 805-341-2375
VCS282028
OXN 1 room with shared
bath. No pets, drugs, alco-
hol, or smoking. Rent is
$500 plus security
Call 323 646 5262
OXN FURNISHED ROOM
$550+dep, includes utilities
and house privs. N/S/D/P.
805-483-3152 VCS282897
OXN Furnished Room, DSL
& SAT, hot tub, full privs,
share bath, $650/mo+$350
dep, incl utils. 805-236-0276
VCS281095
OXN HOLLYWOOD BEACH
Awesome Location! 500
yards from Beach and
Marina. Master bedroom,
table, desk, book shelves,
new queen, three dressers,
closet & walk-in, dressing
area, pvt bath. Full house
privs. Pool, jacuzzi, tennis,
$900 incl utils & internet.
805-901-7710 VCS282358
OXN N. $525/mo+$300/dep
incl utils, w/d, privs, nr park
101 fwy. ap9919@yahoo.com
805-236-8742 VCS283051
OXN N or S. 1 bdrm $600
w/priv. bath or $500 share
ba Utils pd, w/d. Sec reqd.
NO Smoke/Pets. 805-981-4240
or 805-218-3015 VCS281563
OXN No smoking/drugs.
Quiet area. $550/mo+$300
sec incl utils, avail Aug 1
805-320-0971 VCS282841
PT HUE Room, walk to
beach, nice area, full privs,
share bath. 233 N.Third St.
$590/mo + $300/dep.
805-844-9280 VCS280887
SIMI FURNISHED ROOM,
privs, pool, $500/mo+$200
dep, utils and cable incl.
805-522-7418 VCS282183
SIMI VALLEY 1 rm in lovely
home. Shared bath, full
house privs, $525/mo. 1st
& sec. N/S/D/P/Drama
Call Bruce 805-520-9092
VCS282221
Simi Valley, quiet area,
fridge, micro, Direct Tv,
util inc., furnished, No
house priv, share bath ,
priv entr. $450+$200 dep
805-304-5212 or 805-527-4646
VCS281736
T.O. Room/pvt bath
No alcohol/pets/ drugs
$700/mo + half utilities.
805-377-1088 VCS282956
677
Rooms For Rent
VTA $550 incls utils.
Nice area. Cable box and
internet ready! Mike
805-340-3478 VCS281342
VTA E. Tropical Home.
Large Kitchen With New
Appliances. Living Room
W/Fireplace, Game Room,
Koi Pond, Full Privileges
Incl: Internet & Laundry.
$600/Mo+Utilities & Dep.
Available Now! Call Steve
805-654-1276 or 310-463-2947
See online ad for pics/info:
vcstar.com VCS281516
VTA Large Room
own bath, Clean & quiet.No
smoke/pet.$650+half elec
805-644-1414 VCS283082
MobileHomes
692-699
694
Mobile Homes
For Sale
NEW FLEETWOOD in gated
Park in Bakersfield.
$54,900. 3 bd, 2 ba w/luxury
master bath. A/C + deck
(661) 387-1663, Jack Adams.
_____________________________
ONLY ONE LEFT! In nice
55+ Park in Bakersfield.
New Fleetwood, 2+2 with
A/C & deck. Financing
avail, O.A.C. $47,900
(661) 822-1800 VCS282088
VTA 5 Lemonwood MHP
2bd+2ba Large & Bright
Spotless,sunroom,4 prkg
spaces. Priced to Sell!
$99,999. Susan 805-331-6981
http://centrixusa.com/
116stevenscircle
VCS281652
Real Estate
700-874
715
Condos/Townhomes
For Sale
MOORPARK TOWNHOME
3+2.5, 2 car gar. Lived in
less than 2 years. Brazilian
cherry wood floors, stainless
steel appliances. Asking
$392,000. Cell: 601-513-6482
VCS282597
Call 800-221-STAR(7827)
780
Houses For Sale
CAM 5392 HEATHER ST
Open Sun 11am-4pm, 3+2
Newly renovated-move in
ready.Mission Oaks. $315k
FSBO 805-910-8024 VCS282887
780
Houses For Sale
SIMI 3+2, 2393sf
built in 2004. $475,000.
Call Agent, Francesca
Luteraan 818-618-9368
VCS282186
VTA By Owner Remodeled
super clean 2+1, lg R3-5
lot, walk to beach! $270,000
805-377-0486 VCS282718
VTA LEASE OPTION/FOR
SALE Custom view home in
Ventura. 3+2+sep studio
w/bath. Small down. Full
pmt, $3,362/mo. 805-208-8494
VCS282366
Commercial
Real Estate
875-893
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
OXNARD INDUSTRIAL
11,000sf w/2000sf office,
2 roll up drs. $0.29/sf, NNN
221 Lombard St. Nr Rice Ave
www.melco
properties.com
800-454-1887 VCS282205
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
800sf - 5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS282912
SIMI INDUSTRIAL Space
803, 1200, 1339, 1600, 1950
2000sf Call 805-526-5260
VCS281917
T.O (2) 1500 sf units, each w/
small office & bath, lg roll-up
door. $1300+$1300dep.TPC
760-247-6798 VCS280735
VTA 2646 Palma Drive
1,140 - 2,280sqft - Warehouses
Bill @ 818.519.1653
Lourdes @ 805.236.0267
VCS281016
VTA INDUSTRIAL SPACE
960sf - 2,125sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS282917
Find a home.
887
Stores/Ofces
Rent/Lease
AN EXECUTIVE SUITE
Vta Prof Office $250-$650/mo
120-625sf.Victoria &101 fwy
805-479-8284 VCS281100
AVENIDA DE LOS
ARBOLES (1310 & 2622SF)
Prime Location! Busy,
Established Thousand Oaks
Neighborhood Center @
$1.20/sf/ea NNN. Call Ana
(310)675-1179x4 VCS282611
887
Stores/Ofces
Rent/Lease
Business Starter
S. Oxn 1 to 3 room offices
280-525sf Saviers Rd. Incl
utils. Mint Cond. Wall to
wall carpet, private patio,
1st floor. $400/mo-$700
Rodgers Management
805-985-0044 VCS280688
CAMARILLO
Old Town Retail Space
Avail Now!
Street access, reserve
parking, large signage, Re-
model to suit tenant
600 sq. ft., $1,500.00
(805)482-1130
VCS282624
CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza, 650sf
to 3400 sf. David Press
(310) 553-6512 VCS280898
OXN INDUSTRIAL
Rice/101/Rose
1000 - 55,000 SF
OXN OFFICE/MEDICAL
500 - 5,000 SF
Sunbelt Enterprises
805-604-0700 VCS281067
SIMI $1900/MO
1200sf. Store/Office/Studio
space on Sycamore near
Cochran. Good exposure
signage/parking. Open
space, private office,
kitchenette, A/C.
818-324-8851 or 310-993-0414
VCS282080
SIMI OFFICE SPACE
700sf - 1,000sf. Available.
Excellent terms & pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS282913
VTA 2646 PALMA DRIVE
Office Space 200 - 500 sqft.
Bill @ 818.519.1653
Lourdes @ 805.236.0267
VCS281018
VTA Commercial or
Business Office Space
800sf-2,000sf. Signage at
Telegraph & Mills Rd. Call
For Info: 805-657-2460 or
805-657-2902 VCS282977
VTA Offices & Flex Spaces
Street Signage 1632 or1776sf
on corner of Telephone &
Market. Central Coast
805-389-6803 VCS280991
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Beautiful units from
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& pricing. Now Available!
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS282916
893
Industrial
Property For Sale
VTA WHY RENT
WHEN YOU CAN OWN?
Industrial condo with M2
zoning is ideally suited for
most commercial or indus-
trial uses. 12 ft. ceiling, 10
ft. rollup door, & plenty of
parking. $174,500. Call
Jeff Roundy at Keller
Williams Realty for details
at 805-701-0653. VCS281172
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23.5 Sea Ray 220
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Priced to Sell!!Mercruiser
V8, 260 Horsepower,
Dual Propeller, Inboard
Engine, V Hull Design
for fresh water and
ocean travel.Less than
300 hours, Marine Car-
peting throughout,
Clarion Marine Stereo,
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VCS278276
WAVERUNNER
YAMAHA 2004
FX1100C-C
High Output, Four Stroke,
Very Powerful 3 Seater.
Very low hours!
GREAT CONDITION
Never used in ocean!
Includes:
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Life Jackets
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Wakeboard
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805.206.7147
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VCS281030
YAMAHA 650 Waverunners
(2) w/trailer, runs great,
1 red, 1 black. $2,995/both.
CF#0100 NF & CF#0113 NF
805-218-1599 VCS281147
916
Boat Slips
55 ft. boat slip Mandalay
Bay, private, no sail boats
or liveaboards 805-985-8653
VCS281820
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918
Campers/Trailers
LANCE LITE 10.25ft 2001
Cabover fits long bed,
remote w/jacks, gen, a/c, lg
dbl door refrig, bathrm
& shower combo, hotwater
inside & outside, roof racks,
side awning, hardly used,
sleeps 5, $13,200/obo
805-857-1750 VCS282176
922
RV Spaces for Rent
STORAGE IN MOORPARK
vehicle & boat, safe,
well lit, good ground. $100
805-501-5436 VCS280805
933
Motorcycles And
Equipment
KTM 690 DUKE 2010
4 MOS OLD, 2,400 MILES.
$8,500.00 OBO 20R1555
(805)290-0090 VCS282418
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Suzuki C-50 2008
Black w Chrome 12400 miles
looks and runs great
$3,600.00 OBO 19L7275
(805)947-9930 VCS282267
Call 800-221-STAR(7827)
936
Motorhomes/RV
2005 Thor Wonderer
5th Wheel Toy Box
Bedroom slide, dual queen
beds in rear, 18.5 of
cargo, 26 gallon fuel
station, 100 gallon fresh
water, A/C, air compres-
sor, ceiling fan, Onan 4k
gen, $16,500 805.340.9778
(1KY6392) VCS282602
Coachmen
Leprechaun 2000
30 Only 10K Orig owner V10
TV/VCR Sleeps 7 Newer
tires New batteries
IMMACULATE
$28,490.00 OBO
(805)844-2581
VCS282419
HY-LINE 36ft 2006
5th Wheel, 3 jumbo slides,
sleeps 8, washer & dryer,
microwave, jumbo a/c,
non-smoker, many extras,
Mint Condition, $26,500/obo
(54242p). 818-679-7985
VCS282899
WILD WOOD 1998
5th WHEEL - 37 ft
3 Slides, Convert Gas
stationary unit, will
relocate. Vin #031434.
$1,500/obo.
1-800-653-8800
VCS270532
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Off Road Vehicles
Honda 2004
3 Quads for sale in Camaril-
lo. Registrations current.
Low hours. Very clean. Al-
ways kept inside. 04 Suzu-
ki LT 50, $600 (This is a
red sticker bike). 04 Hon-
da 250EX, $1600. 04 Honda
TRX 450 R, $2800. Call
Chad, 805-857-1578 $2,800.00
(805)857-1578 VCS281398
KAWASAKI KFX
450R ATV 2008
LOW HOURS $3,650.00 OBO
29E01P (805)290-0090
VCS282420
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$5,000. A1 condition,
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(REELJOY)
805-581-5348
TOYOTA Corolla 2010
SEDAN, AUTOMATIC,
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miles 800 miles,
$16,000.00 OBO
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510-638-7221 VCS281454
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