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Vol. 10, No. 15 | Thursday, July 22, 2010

WHAT’S INSIDE

NBVC Air Show is set for Aug. 7, 8
MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGH

Practice run starts at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6, and is open to all with base access

BU2 Matthew Meints of NMCB 40 gets “help” with his workout from son Matthew Jr. during Family Exercise Day. Page 12.

Construction Mechanic Constructionman Spencer Sterck, carrying a “dummy” M-16, stays vigilant as the point man for the security patrol training during NMCB 3’s Command Post Exercise on June 25. Page 14.

The 2010 Naval Base Ventura County Air Show at Point Mugu is right around the corner: Saturday, Aug. 7, and Sunday, Aug. 8. Anyone with base access is invited to beat the crowds and enjoy a “practice” air show on Friday, Aug. 6, from 10 a.m. to More Air Show news 4:30 p.m. • Ground displays, Page 3 The head- • Who’s performing, Page 19 liner, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, will perform at 3 p.m. Similar to the dress rehearsal of a stage performance, the practice air show gives pilots the opportunity to experience flying conditions and become familiar with the air field layout at Point Mugu the day before the actual show begins. One food booth and one beverage booth will be open during the practice air show, and several of the aircraft and military equipment being displayed
SEE AIR SHOW, PAGE 19

30th NCR gets new commanding officer
By MCC Shane Montgomery
30th Naval Construction Regiment

IT1 Joe Thayer of NMCB 40 and his spouse, Stephanie, have started teaching American Red Cross classes at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme. Page 5.

The Battle of Commands team from Naval Branch Health Clinic, Naval Base Ventura County, gives it everything they’ve got left in the last of the 12 competitions, the tug-ofwar. It was enough: The team defeated three others to take the first-place trophy. The three-day Battle of Commands ended Friday, July 16. Details, Pages 20, 21.

PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE

Capt. Kelly J. Schmader relinquished command of the 30th Naval Construction Regiment (30th NCR) to Capt. Bret Muilenberg in a change of command ceremony held at the main parade field at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, July 9. “I’ve never been more proud to serve with a

SEE 30TH NCR, PAGE 13

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N AVA L B A S E V E N T U R A C O U N T Y

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Q A
NBVC Commanding Officer

By Captain Jim McHugh

Ask the Captain
Why is the NEX so hot?
Question: Why is the NEX so hot? Answer: The NEX air conditioning system is deteriorated and in need of replacement. Currently, three of the 10 roof-mounted systems have failed, which has contributed to the higher-than-normal temperatures. The remaining system is operated manually by the NEX staff, who are working to maintain a comfortable shopping environment. To address this concern, the Public Works Department awarded a contract at the beginning of March 2010 for about $500,000 to replace eight of the 10 existing systems. You may have already noticed that there are workers on the roof beginning the preliminary preparation. Air conditioning units of this size require about six weeks to procure and are expected to arrive the first or second week of August. Our intent is to have all systems installed and back to normal operation by the end of August.

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Air Show just 2 weeks away
Here’s a list of aircraft that will be displayed on the ground.

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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A C-130T Hercules will be on display, courtesy of the VR-55 squadron at NBVC.

Fighter jets, law enforcement helicopters and a KC-135, which refuels long-range bombers, are among the dozens of military and civilian aircraft expected to be on display at the 2010 Naval Base Ventura County Air Show at Point Mugu. The show is just two weeks away: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 7 and 8. Gates open at 8 a.m. In addition to aerial performances, a popular feature of the air show is the display of aircraft on the ground, so-called “static displays.” Among the aircraft scheduled to be on display, subject to change, are: • A KC-135 from March Air Force Base, Calif. During air refueling, the large flyable boom attached to the airplane’s belly can offload fuel at 6,500 pounds per minute. This is enough fuel in one minute to operate an average family car for one year. • A C-130J Hercules cargo aircraft from the Channel Islands Air National Guard. Capable of carrying up to 3,000 gallons of retardant, this aircraft has played a major part in saving lives and large areas of land from wildfires. • An F-5E Tiger II fighter aircraft, which is used in adversary training for the Navy

NO RESERVATION NEEDED: Navy Lodge Open House 40th anniversary celebration, 1 to 4 p.m., Building 1172, Port Hueneme. Information: 985-2624. SNEAK PREVIEW: A G-rated movie, 2 p.m., free, Needham Theater, Port Hueneme. Must show military ID; spouses can pick up tickets if military member is deployed.

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Looking back 2005: Missile Park spruced up
repairing the gazebo and picnic tables and replacing signs. And the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment repainted 14 missiles, dismounting the smaller ones from their stands and taking them to the AIMD paint shop for full restoration. A rededication ceremony was held Nov. 29, and the Dec. 15 Lighthouse carried the story. “With motivation and enthusiasm, the volunteers worked at Missile Park simultaneously, coordinating their separate projects, sharing equipment and expertise to meet the deadline of the week prior to the air show,” the newspaper reported. “Their dedicated efforts have helped to preserve this unique showcase of naval aviation history.” The F-4 was placed at Missile Park in October 1992, and the F-14 was placed there in June 1995. Both had sustained severe corrosion due to Mother Nature, aircraft and automobile exhaust and bird droppings. Corroded areas had to be cut out with a grinder, then patched with sheet metal and sealed before any painting could take place. It took 52 gallons of polyurethane paint to refurbish both aircraft. AIMD used 14 gallons of paint, three gallons of bondo and 28 rolls of sandpaper to refurbish the missiles.

and other branches of the military. Fighter Squadron Composite One Three (VFC13), home-based at Fallon Naval Air Station in Nevada and known as the “Fighting Saints,” will have the fighter painted in one of the various paint schemes used to represent foreign air forces. Other military: EA-18G Growler; EA6B Prowler; E-2C Hawkeye from VAW117; C-130T Hercules from VR-55; NP-3 Orion and S-3B Viking from VX-30; HH65 from the Coast Guard; CF-18 Hornet and CT-155, Canadian Air Force; NG Predator, an unmanned aerial vehicle, U.S. Air Force; and an FA-18 Super Hornet, VFA-122. Civilian: T206H from the California Highway Patrol; 212-205 Huey from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department; B-25J, an aircraft that flew in World War II; H-21; C-172; LA-4 Lake and a C-177 from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Elite Helicopters will also be bringing in a helicopter from their fleet.

The 2010 Naval Base Ventura County Air Show at Point Mugu is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 7, and Sunday, Aug. 8. Admission and parking are free. Gates will open at 8 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday, with flight demonstrations starting at 10 a.m. In addition to the Thunderbirds, the air show will also feature the latest in aviation, with both military and civilian air acts and vintage aircraft on display. The public can purchase special reserved seating tickets from the Air Show Network. For information, visit the website, http://www.airshownetwork. com/home.html. Keep up with the air show status by calling the information line at 989-8786, visiting https://www.cnic.navy.mil/ Ventura/Recreation/2010AirShow/index. htm or our new Facebook page, NBVC Air Show at Point Mugu.

About the Air Show

AUGUST
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT: 6 to 8 p.m., LMH Soccer Field, Point Mugu. Safety info and demos, including military working dogs, McGruff the Crime Dog, fire safety and bomb squad. Sponsored by Lincoln Military Housing, NBVC Security, others. MOAA: The Ventura County Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (VCC-MOAA) meets at 11:30 a.m. at the Bard Mansion. Lunch is included. Tickets: $13. Information: 815-3630.

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The thousands of people who visited the Point Mugu Air Show in October of 2005 got a special treat if they stopped by Missile Park on their way to the show or on their way home. Dozens of volunteers from Point Mugu and Port Hueneme had spent hours sprucing up the area, located on Navair Road at the Wood Road exit of Highway 1, in anticipation of a flood of visitors. Members of VX-30 refurbished the F-4 Phantom and the F-14 Tomcat, hauling in special equipment because the jets sit so high off the ground. The Public Works Seabee branch put in concrete curbing and 400 tons of decorative white rock, replacing trash receptacles,

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FAIR TIME: Ventura County Fair Military Appreciation Day, Seaside Park, Ventura. All military personnel holding a current, valid military ID will be admitted free. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., last admission at 10 p.m.

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DALLAS COWBOYS: America’s favorite football team flies in to Point Mugu at 3 p.m. and will sign autographs for about half an hour in Hangar 34.

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I love Disneyland. Oh, I know it is the smallest of the Disneyland resorts, but I love it. My husband and I have been season pass holders for most of our marriage. Several years ago, we happened to be walking along Main Street USA when we noticed something happening at the flagpole. The Disneyland Band, the Dapper Dans (a barbershop quartet) and a “detail” were surrounding the flagpole. We joined the gathering throng to discover a special ceremony: the Flag Retreat Ceremony. The ceremony was started by Gunny, a 26-year Marine Corps veteran, now a security officer at Disneyland Park. Gunny’s vision started with a simple desire to honor the flag each day at its lowering and the men and women who have defended it. The Disneyland Band leads a procession down Main Street USA, where the Dapper Dans join them along with the security detail. The band and “Dans” perform a medley of patriotic favorites. This is followed by the anthem of each branch of the Armed Forces, during which time vet-

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erans and active duty are asked to join the circle around the flagpole at the hearing of their anthem. Over the years we have met fellow active duty, Guard and Reservists and some amazing World War II and Vietnam-era veterans. And, over the years, we have seen something happen: a culture has developed at the flagpole. Each time we attend we see more veterans taking ownership of the ceremony, acting as “unofficial hosts.” These proud vets walk around the crowd prior to the ceremony, encouraging Disney guests to

join the ceremony, asking if they are a veteran or service family. Then the ceremony begins. Branch by branch, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Air Force – veterans and service members, side-by-side — circle the flag. Then the detail arrives to lower the flag, first stopping to thank each for their honored service to our country. At Gunny’s command, “Order Arms” salutes are rendered, some weathered by age, some still in the fight – but each proudly and smartly snapped until our flag is lowered and properly folded. As the band, the “Dans” and the detail retire, something indescribable happens. Those vets gathered round the flagpole are slow to disperse. Joined by spouses, many wonderful connections are made. We’ve attended this ceremony for the past few years. It seems we linger longer each time, savoring each other’s sacrifice, service and a very special camaraderie. Till next time … see you at the Disney Flagpole.
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Military parks free at Malibu festival
Free parking is being provided to Naval Base Ventura County military personnel who attend the Malibu Arts Festival this weekend. Showing military ID to the parking attendant will get NBVC personnel free parking on either side of the Civic Center, between Cross Creek and Web Way off Pacific Coast Highway 1 in Malibu. Celebrating its 39th year, the Malibu Arts Festival runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, July 24, and Sunday, July 25, outside the Civic Center. It features the work of more than 200 award-winning painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelers and other artisans. Volunteers are also needed for a wide range of duties, from distributing handouts to traffic control. For more information on the festival or volunteering, go to www. malibu,org or call the Malibu Chamber at (310) 456-9025.

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Seabee, spouse teach Red Cross classes
By Andrea Howry American Red Cross classes are taught in the Red Cross classroom at the Fleet & Family Support Center, Building 1169, Port Hueneme. To sign up for a class taught on or off base or want to volunteer, call the Camarillo chapter at 805-987-1514 or go online to www. arcventura.org

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With fleet and family readiness being so critical to the military, Stephanie Thayer has a question: Why don’t more people know CPR? “The military is always about readiness and being prepared, and knowing CPR is an active component of that,” said Thayer, a certified American Red Cross CPR instructor who is now offering classes at Naval Base Ventura County with help from her husband, Information Systems Technician 1st Class Joe Thayer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40. The Thayers recently taught CPR to a roomful of NMCB 40 personnel, but they want to go far beyond that. “A new parent – actually anyone who has a child in the home – needs to learn CPR,” Stephanie says. “It’s the right thing to do,” her husband adds. Becoming parents and wanting to give back to the community was what prompted the couple to become Red Cross volunteers and certified CPR instructors. While they’ve never had to use what they’ve

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learned on their son, now 7, Joe had to render emergency aid to an Italian family involved in a car accident in Naples, Italy. Even with a language barrier, he was able to help because first aid is internationally known. “The American Red Cross is such an important lifeline to our community, and from time to time and as the natural disasters happen, they’ve become stretched so thin in terms of finances and personnel support,” he said. “It’s important for us to volunteer and to keep volunteering. And it sets a good example for our son.” Next year, they hope to have him CPRcertified.

The Thayers are working to start up a program on base they implemented during Joe’s three-year tour in Italy called “CPR Saturday.” Once a year, on a Saturday, Red Cross personnel set up stations where people can learn CPR for adults, children and infants. After they’ve mastered those techniques, been instructed in first-aid and learned how to use an automated external defibrillator, they take the written test for Red Cross certification. “In one day, 85 people became certified,” Stephanie said. “The youngest was 8.” Until then, the Thayers are offering the six-hour adult, child and infant CPR course whenever there’s a demand. Since June 29, they’ve certified 58 people. They hope to offer disaster preparedness and other classes that the Red Cross offers. Construction Mechanic 3rd Class William Heater of NMCB 40 took the Thayers’ class recently. He first became certified 10 years ago, but his most recent certification had expired. “It’s important to know it, even though I’ve never had to use it,” he said. “You could be the person to save someone’s life.”

Using CM2 Matthew Vajgrt of NMCB 40 as a “choking subject,” Red Cross instructor Stephanie Thayer shows what to do. Thayer and her husband, IT1 Joe Thayer of NMCB 40, are teaching Red Cross classes at Naval Base Ventura County.

PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE

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By now we are all aware of the disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which has been dubbed the biggest environmental catastrophe in modern U.S. history. It has been the main headline in the news for almost the past three months, and it continues to be. Now, let me be clear that this article will not be about politics surrounding this issue. What I would like to talk about is why we, as residents of the planet Earth, should care about our environment. The Bible talks about how God will renew the Earth someday. So does that mean that as a Christian — or what other faith group you may belong to, or not belong to — you should not care about our environment? By no means! I would argue that we should all care about our environment, and one of the most important arguments for caring for our environment is that we should love our neighbors as we love ourselves. As we love one another, we should do everything possible to eliminate sufferings.

Love our neighbors, our children, our Planet Earth
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One of the most important arguments for caring for our environment is that we should love our neighbors as we love ourselves.

Worship schedule
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 Women’s Bible Study: Tuesday, 10 a.m. All Hands Bible Study: Saturday, 7 p.m. Catholic Religious Education Pre-K through high school Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Navy College Learning Center offers free classes
Every day, you hear someone complain about how expensive things are getting. Gasoline, food, clothing — have you put air in your tires lately? Even the cost of air has gone up! Well, what if someone told you that you can get an education for free? The Navy College Learning Center provides you with an educational program for refreshing your foundational academic skills at no cost. You can brush up on math, grammar, reading skills, science and other topics for free. What’s the catch? There is no catch. The Navy College Learning Center is a benefit provided by the Navy for the personal and professional development of active-duty service members, reservists, retirees, their spouses and family members over the age of 19. You don’t have to use tuition assistance funds or GI Bill money, and you don’t have to fill out complicated paperwork. Most students are able to get started right away. The only thing that the Navy College Learning Center will cost you is your time. However, in an average of 60 hours, you could prepare yourself for two CLEP tests, the SAT or ACT, the ASVAB or any of a number of other tests. Just think, in less

If you drink contaminated water, you can get dysentery and die. If you dump garbage in non-designated dumping areas, it goes into the ground and into streams, rivers, lakes and the ocean, and it contaminates the fish and other foods that we eat, and it messes up the ecological system, and it affects everyone! We live in a world that is full of diseases that are harmful and often deadly to people. That’s why organizations like

the Seabees go to Third World countries and drill water wells to provide them with safe, clean water to drink. That’s loving and taking care of one another! We should all care about our environment and do our part in keeping the environment clean because we love our neighbors, our children, our grandchildren and the generations yet to come. It is everyone’s responsibility!

time than it would take to watch the last three seasons of “NCIS” (68 hours), you could be well on your way to a better career, higher self-confidence and much more! The program is self-paced, and you have the ability to determine your own schedule. There is always a friendly facilitator on duty to help you learn and keep you on track. All that you have to do is to show up. What are you waiting for? Call for an appointment or for more information today! Hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Call Ann or Heather at 982-4329 today.

Chapel of Faith
Point Mugu Building 121 Phone: (805) 989-7967 Fax: (805) 989-7968 Protestant Sunday worship service: 11:15 a.m. Catholic Mass Sunday: 8:45 a.m. Confession by prior appt.: 8:15 a.m. Thursday: 11:30 a.m. Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.

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Vacation Bible School runs from Aug. 9 to 13
Vacation Bible School, sponsored by Naval Base Ventura County Religious Ministries, begins Monday, Aug. 9, and runs through Friday, Aug. 13, at the Seabee Chapel, Port Hueneme. Classes are for children 3 to 12 years old and will run from 8 a.m. to noon. Children 13 and older are welcome to sign up as volunteers. For more information, call the Seabee Chapel at 982-4358.

Chaplains serving NBVC
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SOAR helps kids keep up in school
Parents do not have to turn to store shelves to purchase materials to aid their children’s summer learning. There is no need for students to be doing math worksheets and studying vocabulary lists to preserve the skills they have learned during the school year. For military families, a program is available to ensure that students keep up their skills not only during the school year, but also during the summer months. SOAR is a free, web-based program for students in grades 3 through high school focused on math, reading and language arts skills. Launched in April 2008, SOAR aims to provide military families with educational resources to assist them and their children with the unique educational challenges they encounter. The resources on SOAR can be used throughout the school year to help students relearn or review skills as well as during the summer months

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to prepare students for a new school year. Classmates of military dependents may also register for SOAR. Parents can go to www.SoarAtHome.org to register for an account where they will have access to resources aimed at the transitioning military family, including links to all 50 states, their installations and state Department of Education standards and testing requirements. By creating individual accounts for their children, students using SOAR can take online assessments

to gauge their strengths and weaknesses. Interactive tutorials provide students with engaging activities to help reinforce skills. In addition, SOAR allows parents to monitor their children’s progress through comprehensive reports and search for specific resources to help involve them in their children’s learning. SOAR is funded by a congressional appropriation, and there is no cost to register or use the program. The Military Impacted Schools Association, The University of Northern Iowa, The Princeton Review and Houghton Mifflin have partnered to provide the content and development of the program. For more information on SOAR please e-mail [email protected] You may also contact the Naval Base Ventura County school liaison officer to learn more about SOAR.

Former Sea Cadet on way to academy

— If you have any K-12 related questions, call 989-5211 or e-mail [email protected]

Andrea Tinajero, a former member of the Ben Moreell Battalion of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC), has accepted an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School in Providence, R.I. Tinajero, 19, of Santa Paula, will report to the school on July 29. In addition to being a member of Ben Moreell Battalion from 2007 to 2009, she has completed requirements for a pilot’s license and a scuba diving certificate, among other accomplishments. The mission of the U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School is to enhance a candidate’s academic, moral and physical foundations in order to foster success at the Naval Academy and dedication to the sea services. Upon successful completion of the 10-month program at NAPS, Tinajero will receive an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., for the class of 2015. “We all should be very proud of her accomplishments,” said NSCC Lt. (j.g.) Randy Owen, commanding officer, Ben Moreell Battalion.

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NSWC helps local students analyze their portfolios
By Kristi Wolzmuth Staley
NSWC Command Communications

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Sixteen Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) employees volunteered at the June 9 E.O. Green Junior High Portfolio Fair, an annual event designed to help prepare local school children for their future careers. For weeks prior to the event, students compiled their proudest pieces of schoolwork into a portfolio to be used during interviews with community volunteers who met with the students one-on-one. Carol Short, an eighth-grade language arts teacher at the school, called the portfolios “one of the most valuable parts of the students’ education, because it forces them to look at why it’s their best work and to take pride in it.” Short said the Portfolio Fair builds confidence and shows students how to make a good first impression, from appropriate interview attire to a firm handshake. E.O. Green’s Portfolio Fair began in the PHOTO BY KRISTI WOLZMUTH STALEY / NSWC COMMAND COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE mid-1990s and has called upon NSWC Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme employee Kim Foster interviews an E.O. PHD volunteers for several years. NSWC Port Hueneme employee Kim Foster said Green Junior High School student during the school’s Portfolio Fair on June 9.

The students that I interviewed want to go to college and become doctors, lawyers, athletes and artists.

— Kim Foster, NSWC Port Hueneme

she continues to volunteer for the event not only because she enjoys mentoring the students and learning about their goals, but also because she appreciates the opportunity to talk them about the command and its role in the Navy and the community. “The students that I interviewed want to go to college and become doctors, lawyers, athletes and artists,” Foster said. “Their resumes and portfolios are impressive! By having events like the Portfolio Fair and seeing the support in the community, the students are more likely to accomplish their goals.”

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NBVC cracks down on Spice
lar” to that of a controlled substance and that have a “stimulant, depressant or hallucinogenic effect on the central nervous system” that is “substantially similar” to that of a controlled substance. Several European and Asian countries have banned Spice. Earlier this month, Missouri’s governor signed a bill prohibiting its possession and Arkansas’ governor signed an emergency order banning it. The New York Times reports that Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New York and Ohio are considering similar prohibitions. Spice does not fall under the Controlled Substances Act. Spice is also known as K2, Spice Gold, Spike 99, London Underground Head Candy, Blowout Herbal Party Snuff, Red Ball, Cahoots, Blowout, Chill, Chillin XXX, 99-0 Chillin, Spice Diamond, OCB Slime and Dream. Also illegal on Navy installations is Salvia divinorum, a hallucinogenic plant native to Oaxaca, Mexico, that has long been used by Mazatec shamans. It, too, does not fall under the Controlled Substances Act, although more states have cracked down on this plant than they have Spice. Canavalia maritime and Pedicularis densiflora are also considered designer drugs and are illegal on base. Those found to be in possession of these substances on Navy installations “may be punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice for military members,” states the Southwest Region instruction, 5300.1A. “Violations of this instruction may result in administrative consequences for civilians who work or reside on base, including termination of employment and barment.

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Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) is cracking down on Spice, a marijuanalike combination of plant and aromatic extracts that’s illegal in the Navy and other branches of the Armed Forces but is legal in most of the U.S. civilian world. “We have experienced some cases, and we need to get the word out: Spice is illegal on board NBVC and on any Navy property, including Catalina Heights,” said Capt. Jim McHugh, the base commanding officer. Spice, widely available on the Internet, is a relatively new issue for both military and U.S. civilian society. The commander of Fleet Activities in Yokosuka, Japan, issued a directive prohibiting its purchase, use and possession in 2008. Navy Region Southwest issued the directive on Jan. 25 of this year. Considered a designer drug or synthetic marijuana — what the military calls a “controlled substance analogue” — Spice is a mixture of legal herbs that have a psychoactive effect similar to marijuana. It can be smoked or used as a tea. Because there are so many combinations of herbs, the Navy has defined designer drugs to be substances that have a chemical structure “substantially simi-

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Hunters asked to help repair NBVC blinds
preferably two — and eligibility status to Vern Larson of the NBVC Waterfowl Committee at [email protected] or leave a message at 388-5524. Volunteers may not sign up earlier than Aug. 1 unless they will be TAD or out of town that date. All requests are due no later than Friday, Aug. 27. Volunteers will be notified of their assignments in early September. Volunteers earn six priority chits to be used during the hunting season to increase their chances of getting a desired blind assignment.

All persons eligible to hunt waterfowl alone aboard Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, are invited to participate in the annual repair of hunting blinds. Personnel eligible to hunt waterfowl include active duty, reserve and retired military personnel; current and retired NBVC Department of Defense civil service personnel; and NBVC contractor personnel with an NBVC CAC badge. Blind repair will take place in September, with specific dates to be determined. On or after Aug. 1, volunteers are asked to e-mail their name, phone number —

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Iron Chef, military style
Things heat up when Mugu, Hueneme galleys, barracks hold monthly competition.
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In a scene straight out of a cooking show, someone yelled out, “Two minutes left,” and the pace picked up. Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Joe Rubalicado of the Port Hueneme galley quickly but carefully sprinkled black seeds and white seeds onto his classy Tuxedo Chicken, giving the dish its name. “One minute left!” Culinary Specialist 3rd Class Vannessa Robertson of the Point Mugu barracks slid a serving of Vannessa’s Spring Chicken onto a plate. “All right everyone, time!” Knives clanked on the metal preparation tables in the Point Mugu galley, a couple of people let out a whoop, a couple more muttered, and everyone headed out of the kitchen at exactly 8 a.m. Every month, the Point Mugu and Port Hueneme galleys and barracks compete against one another in a cooking competition. This particular month, the category was chicken, and the judges were no less than the chief staff officer, Capt. Tony Edmonds; Command Master Chief Dean Joyce; NBVC Safety Manager George Egeler; Chief Yeoman Lillian Patterson of base administration; and a hungry journalist. “We do this to help train the Sailors and prepare them for the civilian world,” explained Master Chief Culinary Specialist (SW) Wilfred W. Cheong, the leading chef and head of the NBVC Supply Department. “They are already professional chefs, and this helps prepare them to be professional chefs in the civilian world.” The competition also allows the culinary specialists who are assigned to the barracks as part of their hotel management training to keep up on their cooking skills. The chicken entrees prepared by each of the four teams looked more at home in a gourmet restaurant than in a chow line. As Joyce put it, “Being a culinary specialist isn’t what it used to be.” There was no chicken stew here, no

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CS2 Joe Rubalicado of the Port Hueneme galley sprinkles black and white seeds onto his dish that give his creation its name: Tuxedo Chicken.

“mystery dish.” In addition to the Tuxedo Chicken and Vannessa’s Spring Chicken — chicken topped with bacon, mushrooms and melted cheese — there were Buffalo Chicken Sliders, prepared by the Point Mugu galley, and Korean Chicken, a stir-fry dish prepared by the Port Hueneme barracks. “The competition is really tight this month,” Edmonds said as he tasted each dish. The judges rated each entree in a variety of categories ranging from taste to texture to temperature. “The dishes come out at exactly 8 a.m., and the chefs know that,” Cheong explained. “The hot food must be hot, and the cold food must be cold. A poor planner won’t have the food out on time, or it won’t be the proper temperature.” That wasn’t an issue in this case — nor was the taste, the texture or the presentation. In fact, it was hard for the judges to find fault with anything. “This is the best competition I’ve had the pleasure of judging,” Edmonds said. “I am totally impressed with the presentation and the quality of the food. You all did an exceptional job.” But tasked with naming a winner, they put all thoughts of cholesterol aside and went with Vannessa’s Spring Chicken, prompting a shriek of joy from Robertson.

CS3 Vannessa Robertson, assigned to the Point Mugu barracks, gets ready to serve her Vannessa’s Spring Chicken, which ended up winning a recent galley contest.

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The chef said the dish was inspired by something similar she’d had at the Outback restaurant, but she tweaked the idea and made it her own. She’d marinated the chicken for an hour and a half in a mixture of Dijon mustard, honey and lemon juice, then grilled it with salt and pepper, topped it with mushrooms, bacon and cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses and baked it at 375 degrees for about five minutes. “She made the magic happen,” said an admiring fellow chef. And that, Edmonds said, is what the monthly showdown is all about. “It’s a friendly competition between the galleys and barracks,” he said. “It lets everyone flex their culinary muscles.” It also lets judges flex their taste buds, and with the next month’s category being desserts, the journalist wants it known that Capt. Tony Edmonds, chief staff officer of Naval Base Ventura County, takes on the she’s available to judge that one, too.
tough job of judging the four dishes.

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Rear Adm. Christopher J. Mossey, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and chief of civil engineers, pins the Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal on CM1 (SCW/FMF/DV) Elisia Correa during an awards ceremony at the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center. Correa is NAVFAC’s 2009 Sailor of the Year (Ashore) and represented the command for the Navy’s Sailor of the Year.

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Operation Homefront helps start school year right for children of military families
Center, Building 1169, Port Hueneme. If you are a military family and would like to learn more about how to participate, please visit The Operation Homefront website at www.operationhomefront.net/socal and click on August 14 on the event calendar. If you would like to help, you may sponsor a fully loaded backpack for $35 each. Simply write a check to Operation Homefront, designate it for the Backpack Brigade and mail it to P.O. Box 26747, San Diego, Calif., 92196 or donate online by visiting www.operationhomefront. net/socal. Operation Homefront provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors. A national nonprofit, Operation Homefront leads more than 4,500 volunteers across 23 chapters and has met more than 267,000 needs since 2002. Information: www.operationhomefront/socal or Tricia De La Paz, director of operations at 866-424-5210 or e-mail [email protected]

On Saturday, Aug. 14, Operation Homefront Southern California will say thank you to military families by providing their children with needed school supplies and new backpacks for the school year. Military families will attend the Backpack Brigade at Naval Base Ventura County, where 300 children can choose their own special backpack and stuff them with new supplies for a successful school year. The project is open to military families pay grades E1 to E6. School-age children in grades K-12 are eligible for the program. Children in preschool or college do not qualify to participate. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Fleet & Family Support

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Moms, dads and kids take part in Family Exercise Day, put on by NMCB 40.

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NMCB 40 families work out together
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Families and friends of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 40 recently took part in Family Exercise Day to get an idea of the type of work 40’s Seabees do to hone their physical strength on a weekly basis. NMCB 40 does physical training (PT) as a unit three days of every work week. This, of course, plays a vital evolution in the readiness aspect Seabees need to possess, according to Logistics Specialist Seaman Ashley Iezzi, one of NMCB 40’s fitness leaders. “The physical readiness program we participate in is dedicated to making our bodies strong and giving us the endurance we will need to deploy,” Iezzi said. “We decided to have family PT day. Deployment is getting closer and closer by the moment, and we figured this would give us an opportunity to hang out with our loved ones in a healthy manner and also give them a small, small taste of our physical readiness program.” One of NMCB 40’s Seabees brought his wife and son to the exercise session. “My favorite part of the PT was when

Refreshments and water were available to family members following the NMCB 40 Family PT, showing that nutrition coupled with exercise was one of the goals 40 set out to accomplish with the special session.

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we went from walking to running, and I also liked it when I got to give cadence,” said Gabe Chamberlin, 5-yearold son of Chief Builder Eric Chamberlin. NMCB 40 took their families on a 1-mile run and performed calisthenics before and after the run as a warm-up and cool-down.

After the exercise experience, 40’s families were given access to healthy refreshments such as fruit and water. NMCB 40: leading not only each other, but their families as well, all in the good spirit of example and providing all with a memory that will surely be cherished when deployment comes.

Top, HC1 Edward Hourican gets his daughter, Keighley, into the swing of things on Family Exercise Day. Bottom, IT1 Joe Thayer and his son, Joey, celebrate the end of a onemile run with a high five.

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group of people than I am of 30th NCR,” said Schmader, who served as the commodore of 30th NCR for two years that included an Afghanistan deployment. “They are simply the finest group of Seabees working in the Navy today.” The change of command ceremony was held simultaneously with Schmader’s retirement. “Sometimes you just know when it’s time to go home,” said Schmader, who retired after 28 years of honorable service. “My family has endured so much time of me being away, and while it’s been a great career, I’m looking forward to spending more time with them.” Muilenberg most recently served as commanding officer, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Hawaii and Regional Engineer, Navy Region Hawaii. A native of Titusville, Fla., he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1984 with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and was commissioned into the Civil Engineer Corps. He has a master

Services were held Wednesday, July 21, for a Seabee from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 40 who was killed in a car wreck on the Pacific Coast Highway. Steelworker 2nd Class Oscar Avila Mendoza, 23, was killed and his passenger, Construction Electrician 2nd Class Jesus Saenz, 24, was injured when their car collided with a vehicle being driven in the wrong lane in Malibu on Friday, July 16. Saenz had just returned from leave, and Mendoza was giving him a ride back from Los Angeles International Airport. A roadside memorial has gone up at the Capt. Kelly J. Schmader, left, watches as 30th NCR Command Master Chief Tom Cyr gives the 30th NCR Pennant to Capt. Bret Muilenberg, symbolizing that command has crash site, with flowers and flags honoring changed. the Seabees. In Port Hueneme, Base Auto Parts & Marine is collecting donations for of science in engineering management versity. In addition, Muilenburg com- the families of the two men. from George Washington University and pleted the Executive Education Advanced a master of science in environmental en- Management Program at Duke Universi- — The Ventura County Star contributed to this report. gineering and science from Stanford Uni- ty’s Fuqua School of Business.

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NMCB 4 meets challenge
By SW2 (SCW) Taylor Reed

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Very little is known about the wells in northern Afghanistan. The Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 water well team and a Department of Defense hydrogeologist were recently tasked with the mission of finding out more information about the wells aboard Forward Operating Base (FOB) Konduz. We were to determine the well’s capacity and flow rate. With some expensive and very heavy equipment, we embarked. We ventured from FOB Deh Dadi with very limited information on the existing well, so we prepared for the worst and hoped for the best. Upon arrival to Konduz, on the German version of a C-130 cargo aircraft, we off-loaded all of our equipment for the third time and went right to work discovering all the possible problems we might encounter and logical solutions. The first thing we discovered is that the draw pipe was actually 3 inches, not 4 inches like we anticipated. That meant our 4-inch elevators, which are used for the

removal of the draw pipe, had to be modified to fit. Thanks to the Army’s 1-87 Engineers and some Seabee “Can Do,” we were able to make it work. The second challenge was finding a place to discharge the water while we ran the pump for the four-hour draw-down test. A draw-down test measures the water level in the well, running the pump to measure how far the water level drops, and then measures how long it takes the water level to recharge after the pump is shut off. So with a little help from some Air Force firefighters and their remarkable fire trucks, we were able to discharge the water over the “HESCO” wall 300 feet away from the well site. We filled up their truck, and then they used their fire hose to spray the water over the wall and outside the camp. With a little perseverance and some ingenuity, our mission was successful. We were able to determine that additional water wells were not necessary at FOB Konduz. Thanks to the assistances of many different people and services, our mission was CM2 Sean Kelly and SW2 Taylor Reed inspect a pump in Forward Operating Base Konduz after pulling out 220 feet of drop pipe. a success.

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NMCB 3 uses ‘dummy’ M-16s during training exercise
By CM3 (SCW) Christopher Carson
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Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3 recently completed another Command Post Exercise (CPX) in preparation for their upcoming Field Training Exercise (FTX) in August. Prior to a major deployment, an NMCB must complete an FTX in which the battalion is tested on areas such as communication skills, chemical biological radiological (CBR) defense and security patrols. During this CPX, held Friday, June 25, Alfa Company was chosen to carry out a security patrol that was different from the practice patrols they were used to — it was done with “dummy” M-16 service rifles made of blue rubber. These training aids allowed Seabees to learn weapon handling skills during a safe yet tactical scenario. According to Construction Mechanic 2nd Class Allen Mullins, the patrol leader, most Seabees felt that this was a great change in training style and brought a major benefit to Seabees old and new

they are able to train in a realistic environment,” Mullins continued. “But the new way we train for patrols during our CPX in homeport allows them to run before they walk so to speak.” Construction Mechanic 3rd Class (SCW) Gilberto Bonilla said that during his first patrol as a new Seabee, “we didn’t have new gear like this, but now that we do it brings a beneficial edge of realism and allows us to get into more of a mind set of training.” “I feel that its a great way for new Seabees to have respect for the training we go through,” he added. Bonilla, a veteran of five years in the Seabees who completed more than 30 security patrols during training exercises, felt that the new training weapons were a great change of pace. PHOTO BY CM3 (SCW) CHRISTOPHER CARSON / NMCB 3 For Construction Mechanic ConstrucConstruction Mechanic Constructionman Keith Roman provides rear security for his tionman Keith Roman, the whole experisecurity patrol training as NMCB 3 conducts a Command Post Exercise. ence was unexpected but very valuable. “When I joined the Navy to be a Seabee, alike. just the notional idea of having a weapon, I didn’t really think I would be doing pa“Having everyone carry a replica train- but now we have something very similar trols with a rifle, tactical vest and CBR ing rifle increases focus during training,” to the real thing. said Mullins. “Before we used sticks or “For some Seabees, FTX is the first time

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upcoming FTX, which will be my first one.” Seabee battalions have altered their training to try and bring a sense of reality in order to better prepare them for any situation they may be put into.

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Construction Mechanic Constructionman Jennifer Kirkman provides front security for CM2 Allen Mullins explains the direction that security patrol will take to Construction security patrol training during NMCB 3’s Command Post Exercise held at Naval Base Mechanic Constructionman Spencer Sterck during the June 25 exercise. Ventura County, Port Hueneme, on June 25.

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Congratulations on making it through week four in your training program for the Sept. 18 Naval Base Ventura County Half Marathon! It is important as you progress to remain injury free. There is nothing more frustrating than putting in training with a race goal, only to find yourself sidelined. The most common reasons for injury are going too far, too fast, too soon — in other words, running as many miles as you can each time you go out, pushing the pace every run and not taking enough time to slowly build up the miles. It takes time for your body to adjust, and you should not increase your mileage more than 10 percent per week. Repeatedly engaging in the same movements every week without building supporting muscles can lead to overuse injuries. For this reason, it is important to cross train. Cross training can include other aerobic activities, such as cycling, swimming, row-

ing or elliptical. You should also incorporate basic body strengthening exercises such as pushups, leg lifts and exercises designed to strengthen your core, such as sit-ups or planks. Keeping yourself strong will ensure you complete your race feeling terrific! Here’s the next two weeks of training, courtesy of Hal Higdon, www.halhigdon. com Walking program: Monday, July 26: Rest Tuesday, July 27: 35 min. easy Wednesday, July 28: 25 min. stroll Thursday, July 29: 35 min. easy Friday, July 30: Rest Saturday, July 31: 40 min. stroll Sunday, August 1: 6 miles easy Monday, Aug. 2: Rest Tuesday, Aug. 3: 40 min. easy Wednesday, Aug. 4: 25 min. stroll Thursday, Aug. 5: 40 min. easy Friday, Aug. 6: Rest Saturday, Aug. 7: 30 min. stroll Sunday, Aug. 8: 4 miles brisk

Running program: Monday, July 26: Stretch, strengthen Tuesday, July 27: 4 mile run Wednesday, July 28: 2 mile run or cross train Thurs., July 29: 4 mile run, strengthen Friday, July 30: Rest Saturday, July 31: 40 min. cross train Sunday, Aug. 1: 6 mile run Monday, Aug. 2: Stretch, strengthen Tuesday, Aug. 3: 4 mile run Wednesday, Aug. 4: 2 mile run or cross train Thurs., Aug. 5: 4 mile run, strengthen Friday, Aug. 6: Rest or easy run Saturday, Aug. 7: Rest Sunday, Aug. 8: 5K race. If you cannot find a race, run this distance at a race pace
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Here is a list of acts scheduled to perform at the Naval Base Ventura County Air Show at Point Mugu both Aug. 7 and 8. This is subject to change:

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Remote Control Planes Air National Guard Explosive Ordnance Disposal Jump Spencer Suderman Air Shows Franklin Airshows “Sons of Legends” Wingwalker Julie Clark’s Chevron Mentor Greg Koontz Airshows Bill Cornick Air Shows Red Bull Skydivers Michael Wiskus and Lucas Oil Air Shows CAF P-51 Mustang/Japanese Zero Dogfight Air National Guard Fire Suppression Demonstration Franklin Airshow “Sons of Legends” Aerobatic U.S. Air Force C-17 Demonstration Spencer Suderman/Bill Cornick Air Race U.S. Navy F/A-18C Demonstration Firecat Aerial Productions/Rick Perkins Red Bull Helicopter U.S. Air Force A-10 Demo with Explosive Ordnance Disposal Wall of Fire Matt Chapman Airshows U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

Spencer Suderman, with his Meteor Pitts biplane in the background, will perform both Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 7 and 8, at the Naval Base Ventura County Air Show at Point Mugu. Suderman’s performance uniquely showcases the capabilities of the Pitts biplane with intense gyroscopic maneuvers like the inverted flat spin, with its signature corkscrew smoke trail as the plane drops towards the ground, spinning like a Frisbee.

open during the practice air show, and several of the aircraft and military equipment being displayed on the ground will be set up. The 2010 NBVC Air Show at Point Mugu is Saturday, Aug. 7, and Sunday, Aug. 8. Gates open at 8 a.m. both days, with flight demonstrations beginning at 10 a.m. Parking and admission are free. Anyone with friends or relatives coming to the show should remind them that access to the base from Highway 101 is limited this year due to construction on the Rice Avenue interchange. Visitors should take the Rose Avenue exit and cut back to Rice off Gonzales Road or Fifth Street, or take the Las Posas Road exit. For more air show information, see Page 3.

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Medi-Cool edges out VX-30 Racers to take first-place trophy.
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A member of the Airborne Command Control and Logistics Wing team, the Luchadores, finds a technique for the water relay.
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Roman the Dolphin would be forced to end his three-year reign as the bonus prize in the boat races portion of the Battle of Commands after these two teams fought to his finish. Here, just before Roman deflated, retired Chief Darrell Shields of VX-30 hauls the prize into his boat seconds before AMAN Pina Meas of the Fleet Readiness Center reaches it. Rowing is FRC civilian Christian Gappi.

Going undefeated in all heats of the tug-of-war and gaining bonus points by including a woman in the tug-of-war contest inched the Battle of Commands team from Naval Branch Health Clinic, Naval Base Ventura County, into first place, defeating the VX-30 Racers by just five points in last week’s competition. Medi-Cool ended the annual three-day Battle of Commands on Friday, June 16, with 500 points, and VX-30, last year’s winner, had 495. Coming in third with 430 points were the Luchadores from the Airborne Command Control and Logistics Wing, and fourth-place finishers with 410 points were the Fleet Readiness Center’s Lightning. Battle of Commands is made up of 12 events, and there are bonus points in several categories, including costume. “It’s a good team-building event for the commands,” said Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer, NBVC. “It’s a healthy competition that builds good morale.”

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AT3 Jordan Wolfley helps build the Fleet The Luchadores, left, compete against the VX-30 Racers -- wearing uniforms like those in the Will Readiness Center’s sandcastle, a miniature The Fleet Readiness Center team, The Lightning, tries to ge Ferrell movie, “Talledega Nights” -- in the human pyramid category. version of the U.S. Capitol.

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Beach flags, held at Point Mugu, was one of the most competitive events of Battle of Commands. Pool events and bed races were at Hueneme.

ey Orthuru of the Airborne Command Control and Logistics petes in the human slip and slide.

Win earns team Athlete of the Month honors
The Battle of Commands may look fun, but in terms of athletics, it’s hard work, and this year’s winner, Naval Branch Health Clinic, NBVC, deserves the honor of Athlete of the Month, according to Annabelle Ferrer, co-coordinator of the Morale, Welfare and Recreation event. The tug-of-war tests body strength and resistance. The bed races and sandcastle contest bring in creativity. The obstacle course, water run relay, inner tube relay, slip and slide and beach flags require speed and agility. The human pyramid, boat races and seven-legged race demand teamwork. And Izzy-Dizzy, in which competitors make themselves dizzy and race to the finish line, requires constant focus. Coming in with the most points while also demonstrating sportsmanship earned Medi-Cool the honors, Ferrer said. “They brought here what they bring to the clinic: a can-do, don’t quit spirit,” said Lt. Cmdr. Frances Martin of NBHC. “They had a lot of fun doing it. And they had the full support of everyone back at the clinic.”

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et a rhythm going in the seven-legged race.

Capt. Tony Edmonds, center, chief staff officer of Naval Base Ventura County, congratulates the team from Naval Branch Health Clinic, The Medi-Cools, the first-place finisher in Battle of Commands. The team was deemed Athletes of the Month for July by Morale, Welfare and Recreation.

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All classes at Port Hueneme unless otherwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more information. New toll-free appointment scheduling service: 1-866-923-6478. Call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Schedule counseling (individual, marital, family) and appointments for financial, spouse employment, transition and relocation assistance.

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The Fleet & Family Support Center provides information and referral to all service members and their families. The Information & Referral (I & R) program assists members with learning about available services and accessing the support needed. By calling an I & R specialist with your questions, you’ll save a lot of time rather than trying to track down information yourself. Ask us: That’s why we are here. We have answers to many of your questions at our fingertips. An I & R will respond to your question in one of three ways: answer your question, refer you to a resource in the community, or do some research to find out the answer to your question. I & R links people and services. It provides people information about a broad range of community services that otherwise may be unknown to them. It can enrich their lives and make it more satisfying. It can open doors and pave the way into the service delivery system. That is the basic function of any I & R service. Some people may be unable to obtain the service they need, not because they do not know about it or because it is non-existent, but because they are unable to state their case properly. When this happens, the person needs an advocate, someone who will state the case clearly and press the service system into working as it should. I & R specialists can provide advocacy. An I & R program can be a valuable aid in the planning and provision of services. This is part of the two-way information flow. We provide information and referral for the following: Personal Financial Management Program (PFM); FFSC clinical counseling services; deploy-

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4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Please call to register at 982-5325. • MS Excel: From beginner to advanced in 2 hours. Wed., Aug. 4, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m. • Interview Skills: Preparing you for your interview. Mock interview, possible interview questions, what to wear and much more! Tuesday, Aug. 10, noon to 2 p.m.

Life Skills Workshops
• Blended Families (4 sessions): Learn to focus on a child’s developmental milestones in the context of social, moral and cognitive development. Dispel the myths of step-parenting and transform into a new family. Tuesdays, Aug. 3, 10, 17 & 24, 3 to 5 p.m. • Solution Focused Communication (1 session): Improve your communication and better your relationships at home, work, and play. Mon., Aug. 9, 5 to 6:30 p.m. • Stress Management (4 sessions): Discuss and practice stress reduction techniques with focus on your choice of work, home or personal issue. May include roleplay, guided imagery, and/or body awareness if requested. Tuesdays, Aug. 10, 27, 24, 31, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. • Anger Management (6 sessions): Interactive class, recognizing cues of anger and practicing healthy anger, expressions. New students must attend first session. Tuesdays, Aug. 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your Command Career Counselor) • Executive Transition Assistance Program: Monday-Thursday, Aug. 2-5, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. E-7 and above, all retirees. Civilian attire. Bring medical records and DD2648 on Monday. • Transition Assistance Program: Monday–Thursday, Aug. 9-12, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Seperatees E-6 and below: Civilian attire, bring medical record and DD2648 on Monday. • Corporate Resume writing: Cuttingedge resume techniques! Must call 982 -

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• Deployment Readiness: For service members’ families who are soon to be deploying or executing IA orders. Wed., — Janet Alvarez, an information and referral Aug. 4, 4 to 5 p.m. specialist with the Naval Base Ventura IA Family Connection: For family County Fleet & Family Support Center, can members of service members who are curbe reached at 982-5331. rently deployed under IA orders. Tues., Aug. 10, 4 to 5 p.m. Deployment Homecoming: For families • Spouse Resume Writing: Learn what of soon to be returning or already returned 5325 to register. Fri., Aug. 13, 7:30 to 9 makes up a winning resume and learn job IA/deployed service members. Wed., Aug. a.m. • Federal Employment: Resume, web- search skills. Thurs., July 22, 9 to 11 11, 4 to 5 p.m. sites, and the application process. Fri., a.m. • LAPD Testing: Wednesday, July 28, Aug. 13, 9 to 11 a.m. SEE FFSC, PAGE 23

ment support; Transistion Assistance Management Program (TAMP); Family Advocacy Program (FAP); suicide and crisis intervention services; New Parent Support Program (NPS); Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP); Relocation Assistance Program (RAP); Sexual Assault Prevention Response (SAPR); Ombudsman Program; support groups; life skills; recreation; child care; schools; libraries and other services. We are here to assist with all your needs and to provide I & R to active duty military, drilling reservists, military retirees and their families. Just contact FFSC at 982-5037 and ask for an I & R specialist or call our 24-hour toll free number, (866) 923-6478, to make an appointment for the following programs: clinical counseling, financial, deployment, FERP, relocation and new parent support. You also have the option of contacting Military One Source at (800) 3429647, 24/7 or contact me directly at 982-5331.

• Point of Contact Training: Training for Command SAPR POCs. This is a required training for POCs. Mon., July 26, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • SAPR Advocate Meeting: All command advocates are required to attend. Thurs., July 29, 10 to 11 a.m. • SAPR Command Liaison Training: Training for new command liaisons. Required training for liaisons. Mon., Aug. 30, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Victim Advocate Training: Training for new command advocates and for those needing a refresher course. Monday-Thursday, Aug. 30–Sept. 2, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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• Ombudsman Meeting: Ombudsman program updates and advanced training. Tues., July 27, 6 to 8 p.m., Point Mugu FFSC, Bldg. 225.

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• Welcome Aboard Workshop: Incoming service members and their family can receive information on military and community resources on and near NBVC. Wed., Aug. 4, 1 to 2:30 p.m.

Relocation

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• Financial guidance by appointment. Evening appointments available. Call 982-3640 Port Hueneme or 989-8844. Information available on saving, investing, TSP, credit reports, creating a spending plan, car buying, avoiding foreclosure and bankruptcy, selling versus renting your home, retirement planning and financial planning for deployment. • How to be a Savvy Consumer: Learn about making sound buying decisions, combating fraud, rip-offs, and your legal rights as a consumer. Thurs., July 29, 1 to 3 p.m., Point Mugu, FFSC, Bldg. 225. • Saving & Investing: Learn about the tools, techniques and mental attitude you need to be a successful saver and investor. Thurs., Aug. 5, 1 to 3 p.m. • How to get a 720 Credit Score: Learn how to improve your FICO Score. Thurs., Aug. 12, 1 to 3 p.m., FFSC, Point Mugu, Bldg. 225.

New Parent Support
Rosella Martinez, an administrative and referral assistant at Fleet & Family Support Center, Port Hueneme, is one of many friendly faces greeting visitors.
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• Little Explorers for Toddlers: An interactive parent-toddler playgroup for babies 15-36 months. Thursdays, 10 to 11 a.m. except first Thursday of month. Call 982-5037 for location. • New Mamas: For expecting mamas and mamas with babies 0–15 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. • No Time for classes? Would you prefer home visits? Easy, convenient & personal, by appointment. Just call 982-5037 and ask for New Parent Support Staff! • Deployments: Birth, Bonding & Be-

yond: What to expect during deployments and reunions. Call 982-5037 for dates and times! • Boot Camp for Dads: Hear experienced dads share their stories and get the real answers to your concerns about fathering, finances and family! Thurs., Aug. 5, 6 to 8:30 p.m. • Breastfeeding 101: Get the “how to” basics. Avoid the common pitfalls and obtain great information on community resources on and off base. Thurs., Aug. 5, 6 to 8:30 p.m.

• July 24, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Bldg. 19, Port Hueneme. Requirements: Active duty E-6 and below or their spouses; 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 [email protected]

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“I don’t have to! You can’t make me!” Sound familiar? Sounds like your child is 4. Four is the year of extremes as they are characteristically out of bounds. This means that that they simply feel a real drive to go against boundaries, especially that of authority. This does not mean that they were raised wrong! It is important to realize that this is just a natural part of their growth and development. They simply learn from testing boundaries. Four-year-olds can lie, be rude, boastful, and rebellious and very often need to have the last word. I should also mention that they love to use bathroom words. Many parents become alarmed and embarrassed and think, “Where did they learn this from? We didn’t teach him this.” Many 4-year-olds love to resist rules either because they don’t want to do something or because they simply feel like resisting. Punishment does not really work at this age, some children actually seem to thrive from it. On the positive side, 4-year-olds love exaggeration, tricks and adventure. Making games out of daily routines can not only increase compliance, but also relieve a lot of tension between you and your child. If your child is exhibiting noncompliance at dinner times, try having them skip to the dinner table. Children at this age also become more interested in numbers. Use games like challenging them to complete a task before you reach the number 10. Raising a 4-year-old can be a true test of your parenting patience. However, have hope, because just around the corner is 5 and a matter of time before your child will listen again!
— Are you having trouble with other parenting issues? We can help. The Fleet and Family Services Center has a child counselor and other clinical counselors who can help you with your parenting needs.

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212 Bicycles
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HOME OFFICE DESK Beautiful larger desk from PTS Store, $300. Student desk with hutch $125 805-987-1733 Camarillo VCS245665 KENMORE Washer/Dryer $300. Small Desk & Chair $35. Black Entertainment Cabinet $40. Oak Cabinet $100. End Table $35. 805-351-5029 or 309-912-1527 VCS245419 LAZYBOY LIFT RECLINER Dusty Rose, like new. $535. 805-647-0112 VCS244974 NIGHT STANDS $60, Antique bed frame $125. Roaster oven $60 Refrig $275. Antique dishes $200. Sofa $125 Glass table lamp $60 805-236-7177 VCS243947 SECRETARY, tall, mahogany, curved front, bubble glass, xlnt $600 cash 805-659-4556 VCS245499 SECTIONAL COUCH olive grey, 5 pcs+ 5 matching pillows, like new $550 805-498-1088 VCS244400 LA-Z-BOY recliners sofa & loveseat, brown, pd $3000. Ask $600/obo. Accent chair, blue, dk wood $300/obo

233 Furniture/ Household Goods
Affordable Sectionals & Sofas Custom Sized

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 VCS243930 LARGE SZ Womens Clothing wide variety/casual-formal some never used $2-$75 805-987-5338 VCS246086

GOLD HAS PASSED $1000 DOLLARS AN OUNCE

Metal Fences, Car Parts, Car Batteries, Cast Iron Bathtubs, Pool Heaters, Air Conditioner Units, etc. 805-368-9853 VCS245391
SMOKIN TEX MEAT SMOKER Model#1400 NEVER USED, still in box $500 (805) 524-0527 VCS245480 WE PICK UP & RECYCLE all Major Appliances. Help Save our Planet. Call 805-671-9569 VCS245120

FREE HAUL AWAY JUNK METAL

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________________ Construction & Demolition Scrap Car Bodies Automotive Scrap Steel Aluminum Copper Brass All Types of Metals

JUNK CARS TOP $$$$$ PAID UP TO $1,000

$250 ea or $300 both. 10 wks. Cuties! 246-5319 VCS246597 COCKER SPANIEL PUPS, 8 weeks old. Buff and choc brown 805-644-9486 VCS245810 DACHSHUND MINI PUPS Ready to go! 3 boys $300/ea. Call 805-312-5649 VCS244126

CHIHUAHUAS 2 Male Pups

Running or Not Running

DACHSHUNDS AKC Registered
www.simplesite.com/loveadog VCS245661
$700 661-333-4697 or 661-769-8807

805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd Santa Paula, Ca 93060 VCS245371

VCS246092

(805) 933-5557

DOG Pit bulls
Males & Females, 5 week old blue pit bulls. Raised w/children, great temperament. Not for fighting. Ask for Adrian. $400.00

277 Musical Instruments
DPM 3 KEYBOARD SYNTHESIZER $150.00 •••••••••••••••••• DRUM PARTS Ask for pricing!
VCS246316

Cool chopper bicycle
Giant Dub For the rebel kid who likes to ride low. 20” chopper style bike, blue, 48 spoke wheels, 3” wide tires. Coolest bike on the block. Great condition. $150.00 Call 805-218-5887 VCS246237

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 VCS245235

COLLECTIONS and MILITARY • Pocket Knives • Sheath Knives • Swords & Bayonets
VCS245629

Pets & Supplies 300-315

(805)302-1916 VCS246532

274 Medical Equipment & Supplies
HOSPITAL BED adjustable, w/new foam pad & potty chair included $150 805-498-1088 VCS244402 INVACARE Hospital Bed Full Electric, Head/Foot/ Height Elevation. W/memory foam Solace matt & side rails, oxygen aprv’d. Never used, retail $3,775, Sac $950 obo. 805-647-1777 VCS244357

805-969-0381

805-982-0499

I BUY HIGH-END RANGES & REFRIGERATORS, 805-671-9569 VCS245121 I PAY CASH for old books, magazines, paper ephemera, movie/comics/sports memorabilia, libraries, posters, old toys, etc. Carl 818-889-3599 VCS245719 METAL - WE PICK UP AND PAY YOU FOR YOUR SCRAP METAL. CALL 805-643-HAUL VCS245072 STATIONARY EXERCISE BIKE WANTED Please call 805-642-5456 VCS246487

310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services
BEAGLE PUPS AKC M & F Credit card ok, $400 760-248-7658 or 661-816-3292 www.joes-beagles.com VCS245582 Shots, 7 wks old.Vet checked Home raised. $650-$800 [email protected] www.bichonbichon.com 805-501-7015 VCS245452 BLOODHOUND PUPPIES AKC Bl & Tan & Reds M/F Ready 7/18 UTD shots, worming. $600-$1000 760-244-8255 Check us out @

ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES AKC $1,800. Male & Female. serranobulldogs.com Stud service available. 818-535-0811 VCS245884

BED California King Pillowtop Mattress Set Never used, still in plastic w/warranty, retails $899 sac $260!
VCS244887

SOFAS - LIKE NEW!

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BICHON PUPS AKC

Beautiful, 10 wks, AKC, CH Lines, Hlth Guar, Paper Trained, Home Raised $1500 Firm. 818-269-9740 VCS246517 ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL PUPPIES Pure Bred, AKC registered, 6 F & 3 M, now accepting deposits, $650/F,$500/M, good home only, ready August 15th. 805-650-7778 VCS246173 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES. 7 wks, parents on site. $300.00 805-488-4903 VCS245792 GERMAN SHEPHERDS born 4/29, 1st shots, parents on site, 2 females left. $500+. 805-477-8508 or 805-340-8443 VCS245779 GISWALD is a friendly attentive neutered cat, who needs a fun new home. His owner no longer able to care for him. Call CPA 805-984-3933 VCS245514

ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES

805-830-3314

805-901-9944; 485-4450

219 Cemetery Lots
2 PLOTS at Santa Paula cemetery an $8800 value. sell $3500/ea or $6500/both 360-829-5112 VCS245528 GARDEN OF VALOR IN VALLEY OAKS. 2 cemetary lots, $5000 ea. 805-492-2292 VCS245481

BED FULL SIZE
Never used, still in plastic w/warranty. Retails for $499 Sacrifice $150.

VCS246254 TABLE & CHINA CABINET Full size bedroom set, rugs, Kirby vac. Must sell immed. Call 805-490-8815 VCS246188

281 Pool/Spa Supplies
SPA/HOT TUB Deluxe 2010 Model. Neck jets, therapy seat, warr, never used, can deliver, worth $5950, will sell $1950 818-785-9043 VCS245177

Orthopedic Pillowtop Mattress Set

Thursday, July 22, 2010

805-830-3314 VCS244878

275 Miscellaneous For Sale
70 PIECE Beatrice Wood Fine Art Estate Collection $95,000. 805-660-8111 VCS244471

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Boxes for moving only 75¢ each
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VCS243935 250 used 805-487-2796

283 Sporting Goods
(2) 12 GAUGE SHOTGUNS Call Ron for more info. 805-524-1768 VCS245696

Motorhead Blog.
Motorhead, Lance Lambert blogs all things on wheels.

www.mcguiresbloodhounds.com
VCS245909

BORDER COLLIE PUPS AKC 5 mos old, Top herd $300 Gen tested. Crate train, good w/dogs&kids 805-566-4950 VCS245934

805-830-3314 VCS244879

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WANTED: Buyers and sellers.
310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services
GOLDEN DOODLE Medium female, 7 mos old, house broken, spayed, all shots, chip, cage trained. Wonderful dog that loves everyone. Landlord doesn’t approve. $900 614-562-0568 VCS246606

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310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services
POMERANIAN PUPPIES Healthy & Adorable. 2 blk & 2 blk/tan. 1F $500 & 3M $450. Parents on site. 2nd shots & dewormed. 13 weeks. 805-643-6862 VCS245649

To advertise (800) 221-7827
540 Help Wanted
Analyst BUSINESS SYSTEM ANALYST Candidate analyzes, supports, and manages enhancements for current software applications; assists in the acquisition and implementations of computer application systems as directed by management; and performs other related duties as required. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent or 3 or more years experience in Healthcare. Three to five years of experience working with Hospital Information Systems, supporting application software, analyzing business problems and / or project management. Specialized knowledge of integrated hospital systems. Knowledge of analysis, debugging and standard project management tools. Full-Time position available. 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245254 VCS245863

310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services
KITTENS Tuxedo, black & white. $40-$60 (4) 1 year olds, 2 Black adolescents. 805-625-0471 VCS244171

310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services
MALTESE PUPS AKC Shots, health guaranteed, trained, gorgeous baby doll faces. $550+. 805-320-8244 VCS245274 Loving 8 month old female up to date on shots.$475. VCS244736

310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services
ROTTWEILER Puppies European champ bloodlines AKC. $700. Serious buyers only. 661-472-0221 or 661-587-0359 VCS244485 SCOTTISH TERRIER - AKC 3 M & 1 F. Black. Champion pedigree. Health guarantee. www.pgscotties.com 702-527-8779 VCS244484 SHIH TZU AKC T-CUP 3 males. Rare colors. Will be 4 / 5 lbs. $550 up 805-607-1148 VCS246302 SHIH-TZU Cherished Mini Reg Pups Quality M/F’s, healthy, shots. Photos & Delivery Options. $450 & up. 760-364-3958 VCS245594 SHIH-TZU PUPPIES Purebreds with papers. $500/obo. 1st Shots. Email: [email protected] 818-703-1640 VCS245767 SHIH TZU PUPPIES, Tri, black/white. Standard and T-Cups 3F, 3M $500-$750. (805) 640-1112 or 607-2141 VCS246266 WELSH CORGI PUPS, 9 wks old. Seeking good ome $300/obo reg w/shots 805-933-2212 VCS245447 MALTESE PUPS CKC Reg. Born 5/7. 1 F- $750; 2 M - $700ea. Non shedding, small size. Call 805-824-3615 VCS245441

310 Cats/Dogs Supplies/Services

Employment 500-585

Adorable, family raised, dew claws, microchipped, OFA, CERF. Males & females, black, gold, light gold. $800-$850 805-579-3885 VCS245256 GOLDEN RETRIEVER BEAUTIFUL AKC PUPS, M & F, papers, shots. $750. Home raised. 805-208-0995 VCS245740 Golden Retriever Pups $2000+ goldenmeadows retrievers.com 805-532-2216 VCS244923 HIMALAYAN KITTENS CFA, all colors, champ lines, health guaranteed, parents on site. $300/ea. 805-746-2945 VCS246262

GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES

Hips/Eyes/DNA wht/yellow choc/blk, champ lines, chipped, $500 - $650. Ready July 17th. www.tntlabradors.org [email protected] 805-204-8923 VCS246417 LAB PUPS AKC 8 wks, blks & yellows, xlnt pedigree, guar $700 Ready for homes brueggerlabradors.com Near Magic Mtn 209-604-4445 VCS244312 LAB PUPS AKC in chocolate & black, OFA cert, eyes clear, wormed, shots, food, toys, $650 805-428-1562 VCS244695 LABRADOR PUPS Blockheads, 1st shots, Purebred, Blk, Choc, green eyes, Ready for homes $400 805-485-7496 VCS246070

LAB AKC PUPS

MALTIPOO
805-404-2395.

MINI DACHSHUND
Adults & Puppies, current shots, Avail Now, $200+. 805-223-0576 VCS246045

Born 4-12-10. Have 1st shots. M-F Blonde in Color. Playful and very cute! $475.00 ea. OBO. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• VCS244917 PUG Pups AKC HighGloss RARE Blacks! Outstanding 35 Champs/Pedigree, Simply Exquisite! Social+Trained. Local 20yrs exp. 2 Yr Money Back Guar.SALE!$975-$1350 For Photos Call 805-320-4834 VCS245838 RHODESHIAN RIDGEBACK Pups, born 5/18/10, show & pet quality, champion lines. $800 - $2,000. 6M & 3 F. 805-279-3177 VCS244579

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HUGS, SLURPS, & SLOBBERS, 6TH ANNUAL ADOPT-A-THON
Sunday July 25th 9am-4pm Ventura County Camarillo Animal Shelter 600 Aviation Drive, Camarillo

ADOPTION EVENT

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805-766-3742

black and black and silver, females/males, 9 weeks old. Family raised. $850. 661-947-3537 VCS246524

MINI SCHNAUZERS AKC

Great pets! Don’t shed & are smart. M/F Pups & adults. $550 - $800 805-484-4050 LEAVE MSG VCS246145

MINI SCHNAUZERS AKC

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315 Horses/Livestock Miscellaneous
DRY FARMED GRAIN HAY organically grown in Ventura County. 20 bale minimum. $8.00 per bale for delivery. $7.50 per bale for pick ups. 805-649-1568 VCS244810 FLASHY PAINT GELD 8 year old, 14 hands, rides great. Must See! $650. 805-647-4552 VCS246280 Private Ranch Newbury Pk 805-498-0406 VCS246294

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professional services
Doors
DOORMAN
THE

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Computer Services

Electrical Contractor STAMP ELECTRIC

Gardening
COMPLETE YARD CLEANUP & TREE SVC Specializing in Tree trim, pruning, removal, shrub & hedge trim, ivy hillside clear weed abatement, apt & garage clean-ups, gen haul. Sr Discounts. Prompt Svc. Free Est. 805-647-3124 VCS245624

Handypersons

House Cleaning
HOUSECLEANING over 20 years exp. Excellent, fast efficient & thorough work at modest prices, and... “I DO WINDOWS” and gutters. I also love to care for the eldery.Have xlnt references. Call 805-201-8585 VCS245415

L’IL JOHN’S

1-800-321-2752”

Acoustic Ceilings

Onsite PC Support for Home or Office Computer Repair, Service & Upgrades. Virus, Spyware & Adware Removal. Data Recovery. 13 years exp [email protected]

Specializing in Door Installations & Door Repairs, Windows, Moldings, Cabinets. 32 years exp Camarillo, CA.

Residential & Comm’l Troubleshooting, Repairs Lighting & Maintenance

805-890-9493
VCS245449

Affordable Rates

Acoustic Removal & Retexture in 1 day. We paint too! Bonded & Insured Free Estimates Will work with your schedule Quality Guaranteed! 25 yrs experience Lic # 776189 www.algarzadrywall.com VCS246126

AL GARZA DRYWALL

Carpentry
35 YEARS EXPERIENCE

805-991-0666
VCS245766

805-583-2553

All Interior and Exterior Repairs! Doors, termites, wood siding, patio covers, wood decks, fences, garage shelving, painting, electrical. Small Jobs and Seniors Welcome.

Concrete Work CLARK & SONS CONCRETE 805-583-0480

Over 200 Styles French Swing Sliders, All Brands, Locks. Hardware, Moldings. Wholesale Prices. 25 Years Experience! (805) 527-5808 Lic #724376 VCS245902

TIM’S CUSTOM DOORS

Lic#923709

805-654-9937

No Job Too Small. Senior Discount.

• lights • plumbing • doors • carpentry • locks • cabinets • painting Tim Voorhees 527-5808 LIC #724376 VCS245904

VCS244083

Electrical Work
ELECTRICAL SVC Don’t Pay Contractor Prices!

General Contractor RON FREETO CONSTRUCTION
•Additions/Remodels/Repairs •Kitchen & Bath Specialists •Comm Tenant Improvement (805) 791-9529 [email protected] CA Lic#946937 Chamber of Commerce Member VCS244790

RH Handyman & General Contracting
Home Improvement and Remodels Xlnt Customer Svc-Refs Free Estimates

MISTY DAWN
* Spring Cleaning* *Deep Cleaning* *Weekly* *Monthly* Free Estimates. Flexible Hrs. Organizing & Errand Running. No job is too big for me! Great References. Reliable/Honest/Responsible 805-248-8330 VCS244973

Cleaning Services

CA LIC#778661 VCS244514

805-432-5521

General Contractor

Drafting
ARCHITECTURAL Design & Drafting
REMODELING ADDITIONS NEW CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCED

The Lighthouse

Ca Lic 835604 ACOUSTIC REMOVAL Guarantee 1 Day Service In Furnished Homes ’’PAINT READY’’ Liability & Worker’s Comp or 805-479-1127 Cell Free Estimates VCS242506

BILL DAVIS DRYWALL, Inc

Call John 805-320-4931
Lic#757278 VCS244496 GEORGE’S CARPENTRY SPECIALIZING IN FINISH CARPENTRY. Cabinets, Doors, Moldings All carpentry repairs No lic. VCS243709

•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios •Pool Decks •Sidewalks No Job too small LIC#408242 VCS245165 Reasonable rates, No job too small. patios, block/retaining walls, brick, stucco, pavers tile, driveways stamp, foundations, sea walls. Lic #819035

New installations, repairs, trouble shooting. All work guaranteed. State Cert Electrician.Free Estimates

Hauling

Landscaping
Tony’s Landscaping, Yard Maintenance & Hauling Sprinkler System Repair & Installation• Tree Planting & Pruning •Sodding & Seeding •General Maintenance •Low Rates• Free Est.• 18 yrs Experience Tony Juarez C:805-760-1460 H:805-488-9852 VCS246400

(805) 469-1494 VCS245799

ALL HAUL
Same Day Service •Concrete & Demolition •Weed Abatement •Real Estate Clean up •Appliances & Garage •Construction • Handyman • Yard Clean-up •$2M Ins Umbrella

WE DO IT ALL!

Home Remodels and Repairs.

Escobar Concrete

Garage Doors Pacific Coast Garage Doors (805)987-6100

Handypersons A WOMAN IN TRADE

805-985-0271 Office BILL DAVIS DRYWALL, Inc

(LIC # C10380) VCS246212 Design/Drafting

805-444-7371

805-300-0140

Ca Lic 835604 ACOUSTIC REMOVAL Guarantee 1 Day Service In Furnished Homes ’’PAINT READY’’ Liability & Worker’s Comp or 805-479-1127 Cell Free Estimates VCS245340

805-985-0271 Office

loan calculator to project monthly payments. Visit VCSHOMES.com

Utilize

We do: Doors, windows, crown, case, base moldings wainscot, beams, paneling, mantles, columns, flex molding, window wraps, hardware, laminate, shelving, pediments,stairs, skirts,siding,cased opening cabinets, bead board. Lic#948934

SIGNATURE FINISH CARPENTRY, INC

Robert 805-890-2198 VENCO CONSTRUCTION

VCS244749

•Block walls •Brick work •Stone •Concrete driveways • Sidewalks •Patios Small jobs ok/Free estimates Daniel R. Hernandez LIC#781821 VCS246225

805-890-6189

Residential Designs. We have 20 years of experience helping you turn your home-remodeling ideas into construction drawings. Call today for a FREE consultation. 805-682-5753 www.dexignsystems.com VCS242957

DEXIGN SYSTEMS

Quality Door Installation Repairs Springs/Operators FREE ESTIMATES We accept VI/MC/DC Lic# 729304 VCS246427

Find new & used cars.

Complete Kitchen Bath Remodeling Custom Cabinets & Refacing Wood Work/Molding Tile, Paint, Drywall Plumbing, Electric, Lighting Reasonable/Clean

Home Repairs

805-643-HAUL
lic #084142 VCS243984

(4285)

lic#285372 VCS245070

Lynn 487-7709

7 Days-Free Estimates Tree/HedgeTrim/Chain Saw Yard rototilling Garage Cleanups Appliance Removal Will Haul Big or Small Lic. 94-06169 VCS245030

AL’S HAULING!
(805) 485-9334

Moving
ADVANCED MOVING
805-584-2007

805-558-0551

VCS245527

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Gardening
Alonso’s Gardening Service • Yard Maintenance • Planter Work • Hauling • Sod • Clean-up & more • Trim small trees Free Estimates! RUBEN ALONSO 805-901-1292 VCS245346 L#0762471

Carpet Repair Construction
CARPET REPAIR & CLEANING & TILE CLEANING
• Stretching • Patches • Carpet to Tile

Dry Wall
ALL-PHASE Drywall & Paint

All Trades: Plumbing, Tile, Electric, Drywall, Painting, Windows, Framing & Carpentry. 30 + years in Conejo Valley FREE Estimates Lic# 771801

CHUCK STOUT HANDYMAN

We Make Moving “Easy” Locally Owned No Job Too Big or Small *Free Boxes* Cal T#182606 VCS244481

CJ HAULING
Real Estate Clean up Jacuzzi Removal Yard & Garage Clean up. Concrete & Demolition Debris & More

805-499-2860

VCS245571

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Nursing REGISTERED NURSE EMERGENCY ROOM/ HOUSE SUPERVISOR Provide primary nursing care Must have current CA RN License; Minimum 3 years recent Emergency Room Experience Current Certifications: CPR, ACLS, PALS. Preferred Certifications: TNCC (Trauma Nurse Critical Care); Supervisory experience a plus. One Full-Time Position Available (72 hrs a pay period) 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 Retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great benefits. If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org EOE VCS245881 Nursing REGISTERED NURSE EMERGENCY ROOM/ HOUSE SUPERVISOR Provide primary nursing care Must have current CA RN License; Minimum 3 years recent Emergency Room Experience Current Certifications: CPR, ACLS, PALS. Preferred Certifications: TNCC (Trauma Nurse Critical Care); Supervisory experience a plus. Full-Time Position One Available (72 hrs a pay period) 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 Retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great benefits. If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org EOE VCS244458

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MANAGER, MAJOR GIFTS Duties: Reporting to the Director of Development, the Manager, Major Gifts organizes, manages and evaluates donor cultivation, fundraising and stewardship activities for donors able to give five to seven-figure gifts. Manages a caseload of up to 150 in various stages of development. Works with donors and professionals to bring planned gifts to closure. For the $25 million capital campaign, works with target groups that specifically include board members, employees, physicians, and the community of Ventura County. As a key member of the capital campaign team, supports campaign committee work and shares in responsibility for campaign success. Responsible for the development of major gifts policies and procedures. Requirements: Minimum, Bachelor’s Degree; CFRE preferred. Minimum five years experience required specifically in major gifts development; demonstrated skills in cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift donors; experience in conducting moves management and developing/implementing stewardship program; a proven track record of increasing, personal success in generating major gifts. Campaign experience preferred. Must be competent in donor database, preferably Raiser’s Edge. 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244452

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MANAGER, MAJOR GIFTS Duties: Reporting to the Director of Development, the Manager, Major Gifts organizes, manages and evaluates donor cultivation, fundraising and stewardship activities for donors able to give five to seven-figure gifts. Manages a caseload of up to 150 in various stages of development. Works with donors and professionals to bring planned gifts to closure. For the $25 million capital campaign, works with target groups that specifically include board members, employees, physicians, and the community of Ventura County. As a key member of the capital campaign team, supports campaign committee work and shares in responsibility for campaign success. Responsible for the development of major gifts policies and procedures. Requirements: Minimum, Bachelor’s Degree; CFRE preferred. Minimum five years experience required specifically in major gifts development; demonstrated skills in cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift donors; experience in conducting moves management and developing/implementing stewardship program; a proven track record of increasing, personal success in generating major gifts. Campaign experience preferred. Must be competent in donor database, preferably Raiser’s Edge. 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245875

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Nursing DIRECTOR OF NURSING, MED/SURG Reporting to the Chief Nursing Officer, the Director of Nursing Med/Surg is responsible for leading patient care on a busy 44 bed unit. Must demonstrate knowledge of medical-legal and regulatory requirements. Must have strong customer service skills, be detail oriented and have good computer skills. Must have commitment to the advancement of Nursing practice and the Nursing profession. Must possess great interpersonal communication skills related to knowledge of group/system dynamics, commitment to staff education and development. Requires a valid CA RN License, Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (Master’s preferred), Experience in Med/Surg and/or Telemetry, and 3-5 years of Nursing management experience. Must have expertise in budget development, performance improvement initiatives, leadership and staff development. National certification in Nursing Administration 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 joining a team that provides quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. Please submit your resume to Human Resources by fax/email to: (805) 585-3079; [email protected] w e b s i t e : http://www.cmhshealth.org/ To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS246015

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Nursing DIRECTOR OF NURSING, MED/SURG Reporting to the Chief Nursing Officer, the Director of Nursing Med/Surg is responsible for leading patient care on a busy 44 bed unit. Must demonstrate knowledge of medical-legal and regulatory requirements. Must have strong customer service skills, be detail oriented and have good computer skills. Must have commitment to the advancement of Nursing practice and the Nursing profession. Must possess great interpersonal communication skills related to knowledge of group/system dynamics, commitment to staff education and development. Requires a valid CA RN License, Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (Master’s preferred), Experience in Med/Surg and/or Telemetry, and 3-5 years of Nursing management experience. Must have expertise in budget development, performance improvement initiatives, leadership and staff development. National certification in Nursing Administration 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 joining a team that provides quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. Please submit your resume to Human Resources by fax/email to: (805) 585-3079; [email protected] w e b s i t e : http://www.cmhshealth.org/ To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244461 Nursing

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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 period) 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 Retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great benefits. If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244459 Nursing RN EMERGENCY DEPT. We have 3 RN positions available in our Emergency Department (2 Full Time night shift and 1 Per Diem any shift). Duties: Render professional nursing care to Emergency Department 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, Department Educator. Education and/or Experience ADN or BSN or equivalent from two-year college and minimum of 1yr of Emergency Room experience. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Current CA RN License Current BLS, ACLS and PALS certifications 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245874

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Nursing RN II, ICU/CCU We have three (3) Full Time night shift positions available for RNs in our ICU/CCU unit. These positions are eligible for SIGN-ON BONUS ($3,000 FOR FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES Duties: To render professional nursing care to ICU/CCU patients in support of medical care, and pursuant to objectives and policies of the hospital. Coordinates patient care planning with other hospital disciplines. Reports to the Department Director and interfaces with other RNs, Department Educator, Department Manager, and unit supervisors. Qualifications: Current CA RN License, ACLS and BLS certifications. 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244456
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540 Help Wanted
Nursing RN Emergency Dept. We have 3 RN positions available in our Emergency Department (2 Full Time night shift and 1 Per Diem any shift). Duties: Render professional nursing care to Emergency Department 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, Department Educator. Education and/or Experience ADN or BSN or equivalent from two-year college and minimum of 1yr of Emergency Room experience. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Current CA RN License Current BLS, ACLS and PALS certifications 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244451

540 Help Wanted
Nursing RN II, ICU/CCU We have three (3) Full Time night shift positions available for RNs in our ICU/CCU unit. These positions are eligible for SIGN-ON BONUS ($3,000 FOR FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES Duties: To render professional nursing care to ICU/CCU patients in support of medical care, and pursuant to objectives and policies of the hospital. Coordinates patient care planning with other hospital disciplines. Reports to the Department Director and interfaces with other RNs, Department Educator, Department Manager, and unit supervisors. Qualifications: Current CA RN License, ACLS and BLS certifications. 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245246

540 Help Wanted
Nursing RN II, ICU/CCU We have three (3) Full Time night shift positions available for RNs in our ICU/CCU unit. These positions are eligible for SIGN-ON BONUS ($3,000 FOR FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES Duties: To render professional nursing care to ICU/CCU patients in support of medical care, and pursuant to objectives and policies of the hospital. Coordinates patient care planning with other hospital disciplines. Reports to the Department Director and interfaces with other RNs, Department Educator, Department Manager, and unit supervisors. Qualifications: Current CA RN License, ACLS and BLS certifications. 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245877

540 Help Wanted
Nursing RN, RADIOLOGY Duties: Provides quality care nursing services to patients of Diagnostic Imaging adhering to the established Nursing standards of this hospital. Works under the Medical direction of the Radiologists while assisting with their procedures. Evaluates monitors and administers medication as needed and/or ordered by the physician or as is standard of care. Directs and guides patient teaching, and activities of ancillary personnel while maintaining standards of professional nursing. Assists with the transport to nursing floor after procedure to give appropriate post care instructions from out procedures. Is cross-trained to nursing duties of the Cardiac Catheterization exams and MRI patient care. Experience: 3 to 5 years experience preferred. Licenses and Certifications: Graduate of an accredited and approved school of Nursing. BSN desired. Current CA RN License required, BCLS, and ACLS certification required. PALS desired. CCRN 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245872

540 Help Wanted
RN IV CHARGE NURSE, ICU/CCU Duties: Provides critical care nursing to the patients in the ICU/CCU, oversees shift operations, and participates in leadership activities. Assumes role in directing shift operations as appropriate to license and practice. Participates in various aspects of leadership role. Participates in departmental and hospital-wide Performance Improvement projects. Acts as a resource to staff. Requirements: Must have current California RN license. Must have current ACLS and BLS certification. 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 joining teams that provides quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245876 RN IV CHARGE NURSE, ICU/CCU Duties: Provides critical care nursing to the patients in the ICU/CCU, oversees shift operations, and participates in leadership activities. Assumes role in directing shift operations as appropriate to license and practice. Participates in various aspects of leadership role. Participates in departmental and hospital-wide Performance Improvement projects. Acts as a resource to staff. Requirements: Must have current California RN license. Must have current ACLS and BLS certification. 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 joining teams that provides quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244454
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Rehabilitative Services STAFF PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PER DIEM) Duties: Provides evaluation and treatment to a variety of complex inpatient and outpatient diagnoses. Supervises daily professional patient related activities of physical therapy assistant and physical therapy aide. Communicates physical therapy goals and patient information to physicians, other hospital staff, and agents of reimbursement. Documents in a timely manner appropriate patient status and goals. Follows policies for departmental and hospital performance improvement projects. Attends meetings and performs special projects as required. Education and Certifications: Must be a licensed Physical Therapist by the State of California. Must have two to four years of related experience and/or training. Must have current CPR certification. If you are interested in joining our team and to provide quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS246014

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SOCIAL WORKER (PER DIEM) Provides direct social work service and counseling of patients and their families. Discharge planning. Crisis intervention. Conducts in-service programs. Masters Degree in social work from an accredited institution. We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along with great career choices, training, and leadership development. At our facility, our employees share their enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you balance your work life with your other passions, we’re there for you every step of the way. If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. CMHS is an equal employment opportunity employer. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245868 STATISTICIAN Amgen Inc. has an opportunity for a Manager, Global Health Economics. Reqs MS + 1 yr exp + exp w/ health care policy issues; pharmaceutical policy & regulation; econometrics & data analysis; statistical software packages; research & study design methods. Job Location: Thousand Oaks, CA. Send resume referencing # 7LDMQ4 to: Global Mobility, Amgen, Inc., One Amgen Center Drive, Mailstop 19-1-A Thousand Oaks, CA 91320. No phone calls or e-mails please. Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship. EOE. VCS245510

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California Department of Public Health Health Facility Evaluator Nurse (HFEN) The Department of Public Health, Licensing and Certification Program (L&C), is looking for HFEN’s who will conduct inspections, investigations, surveys and evaluations of health facilities for conformity with licensing and certification requirements of CDPH and for compliance with State and Federal laws, rules, and regulations relating to medical care. State employment requires passing an eligibility examination and a hiring interview. Take the on-line examination now at the State Personnel Board website. http://jobs.ca.gov/OEC/ apply/apply2.aspx For additional information or assistance in acthe online cessing examination please contact - Matthew Mitchell (916) 322-9905 or Mari Riego (916) 319-9171 VCS245712 California Department of Public Health Health Facility Evaluator Nurse (HFEN) The Department of Public Health, Licensing and Certification Program (L&C), is looking for HFEN’s who will conduct inspections, investigations, surveys and evaluations of health facilities for conformity with licensing and certification requirements of CDPH and for compliance with State and Federal laws, rules, and regulations relating to medical care. State employment requires passing an eligibility examination and a hiring interview. Take the on-line examination now at the State Personnel Board website. http://jobs.ca.gov/OEC/ apply/apply2.aspx For additional information or assistance in accessing the online examination please contact - Matthew Mitchell (916) 322-9905 or Mari Riego (916) 319-9171 VCS244893 Must be able to lift 65 lbs. Live nr San Fernando Valley. Must be able to use Thomas Guides. Box A/C units in apts. 6 day work week. Call Anna 818-486-3627 VCS246334

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Nursing RN, Radiology Duties: Provides quality care nursing services to patients of Diagnostic Imaging adhering to the established Nursing standards of this hospital. Works under the Medical direction of the Radiologists while assisting with their procedures. Evaluates monitors and administers medication as needed and/or ordered by the physician or as is standard of care. Directs and guides patient teaching, and activities of ancillary personnel while maintaining standards of professional nursing. Assists with the transport to nursing floor after procedure to give appropriate post care instructions from out procedures. Is cross-trained to nursing duties of the Cardiac Catheterization exams and MRI patient care. 3 to 5 years experience preferred. Licenses and Certifications: Graduate of an accredited and approved school of Nursing. BSN desired. Current CA RN License required, BCLS, and ACLS certification required. PALS desired. CCRN 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 joining teams that meld quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244472

540 Help Wanted
Rehabilitative Services STAFF PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PER DIEM) Duties: •Provides evaluation and treatment to a variety of complex inpatient and outpatient diagnoses. •Supervises daily professional patient related activities of physical therapy assistant and physical therapy aide. •Communicates physical therapy goals and patient information to physicians, other hospital staff, and agents of reimbursement. •Documents in a timely manner appropriate patient status and goals. •Follows policies for departmental and hospital performance improvement projects. •Attends meetings and performs special projects as required. Education and Certifications: •Must be a licensed Physical Therapist by the State of California. •Must have two to four years of related experience and/or training. •Must have current CPR certification. If you are interested in joining our team and to provide quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS244460 Restaurant

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Social Worker Palliative Care Social Worker-Per Diem Provides critical psycho-social support to palliative care patients through the palliative care services consult team. Uses their professional background and skills to assist the team and to facilitate patientfamily meetings. Assists team, attending physicians, staff and patient and family in the clarification of the goals of care and the plan of care. Serves as a liaison with community hospices, home health, and nursing homes to ensure care coordination and appropriate assignments and resource allocation to meet patient needs throughout the continum of care. Qualifications: •Must have a Master’s Degree in Social Work, required •Demostrated evidence of experience in palliative care settings, such as hospice •3-5 years of inpatient, outpatient, or home-based social work in a hospice or palliative care setting. •Hospital experience preferred. •Experience with quality improvement methodology preferred •Availability at least four days per week, part-time, and participation in 24/7 call rotation 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 joining teams that provides quality care and compassion to create an environment of excellence, please take a moment to discover more about what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System. To apply go to: www.cmhshealth.org CMHS is an EOE. VCS245866

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••••••••••••••••• OXNARD We are offering a 1+1 remodeled duplex unit w large backyard. Windows updated or replaced. New flooring in entire unit. Interior&exterior paint. Kitchen cabinets new.Fumigated&insulated.Blocks from theatre,starbucks, Plaza Park, Carnegie Museum, historic Henry Oxnard district. Police station 1 block down tree lined street. Pets welcome. 1 mnth dep. $50 pet dep. WE’LL HAVE AN OPEN HOUSE THIS SAT 9-12 PM Chris Vila 661 993 2208 ••••••••••••••••• VCS245955 OXN Nyeland Acres 2+1, newly renovated, $1150+ $1150 dep 3720 Santa Clara St 805-648-1517 or 407-8253 VCS245229 VTA E. 2+1.5, new carpet & paint, private garage, small patio & yard. N/S/Pet $1,400. 805-236-0281 VCS244738 VTA Midtown 2+1 wood flrs, gourmet kitch, lg garage/ workshop, w/d hkups, utils/ grdnr pd n/p lse $1825 avail 7-23 805-648-4658 VCS244468

627 Houses Unfurnished
OJAI SPECIAL $2100 Large 4+2, avail now. No pets. Extra play rm, new int. Incl gardener & water. 805-794-7437 VCS244269 OXN 3+2, fplc, fenced yd, 2 car, new paint/crpt $1625 +sec. 805-850-5888 VCS246246 OXN 3+2+ roof deck, 1.5 blocks to Mandalay Bch. Hi ceil, fp, open flr plan $2395/mo 818-340-2897; 818-335-1023 VCS246576 OXN 4+3, 3 car, fm rm, encl yard, $2200+sec dep, grdnr incl, no pets & no smoking. 805-988-9932 VCS245027 OXN 5+2 close to Grammer school, park & Boys N Girls club. $2500+neg dep. No smoke. Will consider pet w/pet dep 805-794-4672 VCS245523 OXNARD 1834 O’NIEL PLACE 4 BR + 2 BA, fenced yard, $1,800/mo+$600 cleaning dep. Available Now. 805-498-3461 VCS246297 OXNARD

627 Houses Unfurnished
T.O. 2+1 Guest House/Apt utils, cable tv, & large laundry/storage area incl. N/S/P $1400/mo 805-341-4624 VCS245560

627 Houses Unfurnished
VTA 2+2 w/Bonus Room Amazing Ocean & City Views! @ 2260 Sunset, Grdnr Incl $2,375 + DepOAC No P/SM. Central Coast 389-6803 VCS244824 VTA 3500sf EXEC 4+5+lg bonus room, 3 car garage, large yard, $3100+dep 805-207-1210 VCS245929 VTA 4+2.5 NEWLY BUILT, 2 car garage, lg yard, $2050 water pd. Avenue area 805-746-0549 VCS242504 VTA 4+3 Exec Home remodeled, new landscape, pool, entertainers dream $2850 805-552-7135 VCS246037 VTA Arapaho St. Newly painted, very clean 3+2, f/p, ft yd, Grdnr. $1800+dep 805-659-0277 VCS246088 VTA-Casitas 3+1.75, lg fam room w/fp, completely rebuilt, all new!2100sf, grdnr/ wtr pd. N/S/P/D $2100+sec 805-642-2283 VCS246284 VTA E 2+1 lg fenced yd, lndry rm, frig/stove, N/S/P. $1275 + dep. Avail now. 805-647-1092 VCS246418 VTA E. 3+1.75 upgraded home on quiet st, lg fam rm w/fp, $1895+sec, grdnr incl 805-469-5977 VCS246179 VTA E. 3br+1.5ba, nr school $1,750mo+$2,000dep. No pets. 98 Hillview. 805-648-3161 or 415-407-0131 VCS245692 VTA E. Large (1,675sf) 3br, 2ba+Fam. HW floors, huge Mstr, Grdnr inc, N/S, Pets? Credit chk req’d. Avail Mid Aug. $1,900. 805-895-7650 VCS244873 WESTLAKE VILLAGE in hills w/big view! 3br 2ba, f/p, A/C, lg kitchen, no pets, $2600/mo 949-488-3668 VCS246436 WLV Prime 3+2+Office Pool, Spa, Views, A/C 2009 Channelford Rd. $3550 805-300-3883 Troop PM VCS246199

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SENIOR LIVING in P.H. 3+2
Hueneme Bay 1 story Clubhouse, Golf, Pool, more New Appliances & Paint. $1,300. Agent 805-444-6866 VCS245800

in condo w/pool. Shared utils. $750 +sec. 805-389-0825 VCS246511

PVT ROOM w/BA

CAM Room in 3+2.5 home, all utils incl, kitch/lndry use. Comm has pool/jacuzzi/gym $675+$325 dep 805-701-3624 VCS245979 CAM ROOM Quiet, No Pets/Smoke/Drama, house privileges, $675 +$300 sec dep Utils & internet incl 805-816-0212 VCS246163 CAM Spanish Hills room w/pvt bath. $550mo+$200dep Avail Now. 805-443-0015 VCS245295 MRPK Room w/pvt ba, a/c, n/s/d/p, w/d on prem, int, cbl, pool, $625+dep. Liz 818-648-9333 VCS246162 NPK lg rm in new house to share, great, friendly atmosphere, beautiful gated comm w/poo/spa, $745 or $995 for msrt. Also have Encino rental 805-499-8688 818-515-8285 VCS243825 NPK Room for rent, $600 all utils incl. Some kitch privs No overnight guests/drugs 805-906-9425 VCS245676 $475 +dep. Includes cable & internet. 805-228-2567 VCS246130

SIMI Wood Ranch 3+2.5 1600sf, gated comm,w/pool & spa, w/d hkups, f/p, d/w, refrig, cent a/h, patio, 2 car gar n/s/pets. $2,150mo. Avail 7/9. 805-559-9360 VCS245308

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VTA 3+2 Stonegate, attach 2 car garage, nice backyard, vaulted ceilings. Complex has pool $1700 VTA 3+2 east end with tons of upgrades. Close to Serra School $1900 VTA 3+2 east end, great city view, 3 car garage, air-conditioning $3400 VTA 2+1 west end, close to shopping and buslines. bike to the beach $1195 VTA 3+2 plus an office w/ large fam rm w/fireplace Rent incls grdnr $2800 VTA 2+1 west end, shared garage for storage, owner pays water $1195 VTA 2+1 back house with shared garage. Owner pays water $1195 OXN 3+3 newer construction with too many upgrades to mention. Must see $2200 OXN 3+2 Wingfield with upstairs lndry, fam rm w/fp. Nice backyd $2200 PT HUE 3+2 w/an office, on a large corner lot. New carpet & paint $2200 CAM 3+2, 1 car gar & carport. Tile floors, updated kitch & sml fenced yd. Pets considered, $1750 All properties are no pets, no smoke, 1 year lease venturahomesforrent.com VCS245264 VTA 1 bdrm house with yard, laundry facility, all utils incl, $975/mo 907-776-3756 VCS245598 VTA 2+1 on S. Emma, gar, lg yard. Pet? Water/softener paid, $1600. Avail Now. 805-218-1535 VCS245467 VTA 2+1 w/yard & garage $1175 Available now 302 El Medio N/S/P 805-641-0659 VCS245332

in quiet community. Pool, tennis, 2 car garage, patio. Fireplace, all appliances. No smoking. $2,000/mo. VCS244693

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T.O. LOS ROBLES Estates beautiful 2200+sf twnhm 3+2.5 on cul-de-sac, high cath ceilings, patio. Great schools, near to shopping & entertainment $2450. Maria 805-444-2140 VCS246335 VTA 2+1 Mckeon w/new crpt & paint. 5000 Shenandoah $1200 wtr/trash incl 805-320-2257 VCS245201 VTA 2 BR, 1 BA, $1200/mo plus security. 805-647-5031 VCS246134 VTA Single Story 2br, large att 2 car gar, large patio, f/p, pool & spa. N/S/P. $1600+dep 310-560-9680 VCS244915 VTA TODD RANCH II 3+1.5 End Unit, xlnt cond, balcony, nice yd/patio, pool quiet area. N/S/P $1650 805-642-5456 VCS243807 VTA W. 2+1.5 2 sty, attached gar, w/d hkups, large yard, f/p, nice interior $1550 N/P 805-794-7437 VCS244270 WLV 3+2 1 story $2550/mo Sharp, upgraded, backs to Greenbelt. Agt 818-597-4527 805-630-3323 VCS245936

2 car garage, f/p, $1850/mo +dep No pets, no smoke, close to all 805-427-1094 VCS246612 OXN N. 4+3 near golf course, yard w/gazebo. $2250/mo+sec incl grndr Available August 805-273-6111 VCS245581 OXN SHORES 2+2 House Near beach, Workshop, 2 car, f/p, yd. Lease $1,925. 805-760-4952 VCS245970 PT HUE 1 BDRM COTTAGE Stove, secluded lot, carport, no pets. $975mo+$975dep. Coast Prop Mgmt 805-483-1178 VCS245606 PT HUE 2bd Remodeled House, new bath, roof, floor coverings, yd, fruit trees, roses, hkps, 2 storage bldgs. Stroll to beach. Pets? $1195 Keith Hanson RE 805-981-1552 VCS246232 PT HUE 3+2 Renovated! 1/2 block to beach, gate, pool, sauna. $1,800/mo. 805-582-9178 or 217-7062 VCS245834 SIMI 4+2.5 exec 2 story, a/c, f/p, fam rm, din rm, loft, lg yd incl grdnr, super clean, great neighborhood $2500 +sec. Avail mid July 661-251-9383 or 805-208-4130 VCS245194 SIMI 4+2.5. Nice 2 stry with fam+AC+DW. Large mstr suite. Avail Now. $2,050/mo. 805-526-3671 VCS244621 SIMI 4+2 Open plan, fam rm. New crpt/tile/roofing, a/c $2300 lease+ dep. No pet 818-917-5200 VCS246226 STA PAULA 5br+3ba, stv, refrig, dshwshr. On quiet cul-de-sac, a/c,2 car gar, W/D RV prkg. $2,100/mo+dep. 805-290-7641 VCS244185

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VTA 4+3 2650sf new home, f/p, EZ walk to Pk/Govt ctr Furn optional N/P/S $2500 317-908-5245 VCS244428

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627 Houses Unfurnished
1000 Oaks Executive Home Beautiful 4BR+3BA+Family Room, separate dining room, 2,450 sf. Large yard + RV side yard, in great Thousand Oaks location. Close to schools. $3,150/month includes gardener and water. Call Al at 805-341-3755 or 805-557-4500 CALL NOW! VCS244436 CAM 2+2 New Carpet, Paint @ 2138 Chandler St. Near park. Laundry hkups in Garage $1,500+ DepOAC No P/SM. Central Coast 389-6803 VCS244816 CAM 3+2 Mission Oaks Area @ 5315 Heather St., Grdnr Inc. $1,650+ Dep-OAC No P/SM. Central Coast 389-6803 VCS244814 CAM 3+2 Mission Oaks, city views, yard, N/S N/P. lease $1750+dep, grdnr incl 805-276-8937 VCS245733 CAM 3+2 remodeled, 1600sf, FR/Dine/LV. N/S N/P. $1875 +dep lease grdnr incl 805-276-8937 VCS245732

ALL NEW INSIDE & OUT! Hrdwd flrs., stainless app., garage, RV storage, 2 covered patios. 805-646-6606 or 805-796-6606 VCS244319 Newbury Park

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Great neighborhood, 2 full bath, refr, wshr/dryer, tile floors, fam & living rooms, near Oaks Mall $2,600/mo w/$5000 deposit Lynn 805-496-8869 VCS245776 NEWBURY PK Great Area! 1 story 3+2, a/c, new flring very clean, avail now $2500 805-402-0028 VCS244916 N.P. DOS VIENTOS 5+2.5 Cul-de-sac, view, 3 car gar. 2 story. N/S. $3,200 incl grdnr 805-876-3237 VCS245382 OJAI Clean 3+2 home in quiet cul-de-sac Fp, new d/w, carpet thru-out, lg yd, 2 car gar, $2200 No pets 805-647-9870 VCS246196 OJAI Lg 3+2 new tile, crpt, fam rm w/fp, central a/c, modern, spacious kitch, fully fenced back yard, 2 car gar. 133 Felix $1990 805-646-0909 VCS246513

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OAK VIEW STUDIO PL. N/S, no pets, $750/mo Incl utils. 310-384-5410 VCS246123

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OXN $500. No smkg, drugs, pets. Share ba, utils & cable incl. Clean/quiet 805-986-4862 VCS246186 OXNARD Private Gated Community, Close to Navy Base, Furn Room, Full Privs, Cbl/WIFI/Internet $600 Mo, $300 Dep Incl utils 805 228-8164. VCS245237 OXN FURNISHED ROOM $550+dep, includes utils & house privs. N/S/D/P. 805-483-3152 VCS245926 OXN 1bdrm $550mo+$250 dep, utils incl, clean. Near Marina West School. 805-983-7110 VCS245847 OXN room in lg 5 bdrm house, pvt bath, full house privs. No pets, Easy going roommates $695+dep+ utils 805-340-8824 VCS245913 PT HUE Room w/attached den for rent $650/$650 dep. utilities & WIFI included. Will have access to a washer/dryer & kitchen. If interested please call 805-443-2987 and ask for Carol to set up a walk through VCS245780 SIMI 1bdrm, shared ba, nice neighborhood, kitchen/lndry privs,utils incl,N/P/S/D. $550/mo. 850-526-6578 VCS245675 SIMI 1 bedroom with shared bath, kitch/lndry/utils incl. N/S/D/P. $550/mo. 805-218-7654 VCS246300

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SIMI Lg master, pvt ba,walk in closet, privs, patio, very clean. $780+sec. Avail Now. 805-522-7687 VCS245211 SIMI Lg master, pvt ba,walk in closet, privs, patio, very clean. $780+sec. Avail Now. 805-522-7687 VCS246287 SIMI WEST Room with private bath. All utilities incl kitchen & lndry privs. $650/mo. 805-450-4703 VCS243903 T.O. BEDROOM central air, kitchen/lndry privs, utils incl. $650+dep. N/S/P/D. 805-551-7905 VCS244227 VTA E. QUIET Home 2 Rms 1 w/pvt bath $450/$650+ dep utils incl. N/S/P/D (805)302-1522 VCS245117 VTA Furnished Room nr VC full privs, $600 incl utils, dep & ref’s req’d. NO smoke/pets. 805-650-8238 VCS244588 VTA Lg Room for two $795 or for one $695 cable/util/ internet incl. Near beach 714-746-9499 VCS244899 VTA Room near Mall and Beach, quiet, N/S/P, $525/mo +dep, incls cable. Lve Msg 805-658-6467 VCS244614 WESTLAKE VILLAGE 2 Bdrm Condo to share. Your own bedroom & bath. Community pool. Across from golf course. $700/mo +share utilities. Avail now Call 805-490-4039 or 805-405-2475 VCS245513

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885 Commercial Industrial Rent
CAMARILLO 675 to 4480sf warehouse, office and bathroom. No auto. Call 805-649-4857 VCS246292 CAM Office/Warehouse 900sf SAT tv, internet, electrical, security alarm ALL paid. 805-427-3324 VCS245196 CAM-OXN-NP-VTA Industrial 1152 to 4662sf from $.71/sf. No NNN/CAM 805-981-1361 VCS245508 INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSE 600sf-2400sf - office, rent or lease $650. Oxn. 805-486-8796 VCS244498 MIDTOWN 2351 E. Main St VTA, highly visible retail/ office, 1800sf, $1650/mo. Appt 805-258-1182 VCS246376 OXN St Marys Dr, off Vineyard near 101 Fwy PRICE REDUCED! An upstairs Office Suite. 1,170sf at $700/mo + Sec Dep. Jacobson Realty, Inc. 805-389-4747 VCS243979 SIMI INDUSTRIAL 1600, 1950, 2100. Erringer Plaza Office Spc 1100-1205, 2200, 3300sf. 805-526-5260 VCS246133 SIMI INDUSTRIAL 800sf - 5000sf, with office & warehouse, roll up door, terrific location, great terms and pricing. Mid Valley Properties 805-527-9632 Ext: 1 VCS244525 T.O. 2 Small office units-no retail & 3000sf Commercial industrial space. Call TPC 760-247-6798 VCS245337

887 Stores/Offices Rent/Lease
AGOURA HILLS Large Furnished Office Reception & Secretarial area break room, security system installed, fax line incl. $925. Contact: 818-865-1088 VCS246257 APPROX 600-830 sq ft $400 - $550 per month 575 Dawson Drive Cam 2nd floor offices Crossroads Inv (805)485-4040 VCS244473 A+ VTA Executive Suites $295-up, utils paid. 101 Fwy & Victoria. For Info call 805-479-8284 VCS245478 S. Oxn 1 to 3 room offices 280-525sf Saviers Rd. Incl utils. Mint Cond. Wall to wall crpt, private patio, 1st floor. $400/mo-$700 Rodgers Management 805-985-0044 VCS246351 CAMARILLO OLD TOWN Signage Retail/Beauty/Day Spa/Pilates. Hi-End Office, New building. Deck w/view Visible from fwy, easy access. 600sf - 1200sf. Mike 805-320-2128 VCS244892 CAMARILLO RETAIL Santa Rosa Plaza 1,080 sqft. David Press 310-553-6512 VCS245524 OXN INDUSTRIAL Rice/101/Rose 1000 - 55,000 SF OXN OFFICE/MEDICAL 500 - 5,000 SF 805-604-0700 Sunbelt Enterprises VCS244858 RESTAURANT SPACE for lease. Former Subway restaurant 1300sf plus private outdoor patio. Great location, high visibility, huge traffic count, will build to suit. Located at Mission Village, 2154 Saviers Road, Oxnard across from Santa Clara High School. Rodgers Management 805-985-0044 VCS246349 SIMI OFFICE SPACE 360 sqft. Available. Excellent terms & pricing. Mid Valley Properties 805-527-9632 Ext: 1 VCS244527 T.O. Moorpark Rd crnr Las Flores across from T.O. High 100-3000sf $beat any deal 805-494-7238 VCS245680 VTA Offices & Flex Spaces Street Signage 1554, 1632,1776 sf on corner of Telephone & Market Central Coast 389-6803 VCS245057 VTA Office Space Beautiful units from 474sf1687sf. Great terms and pricing. Now Available! Mid Valley Properties 805-527-9632 Ext: 1 VCS244528

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918 Campers/Trailers
2006 KEYSTONE LAREDO 35ft 5th Wheel, 2 year warranty, 2 pop-outs $16,999 must sell (64865) 805-657-1117 VCS245054 2008 HALLMARK Enclosed Trailer 7x12, xln’t cond, used 3 times, $2,900obo. 805-445-9536 VCS244254 STARCRAFT Antigua, 20ft, hard side exp. 2 queen size beds, sleeps 6. m/w, full ba/shower. Outside grill, 3 burner w/oven. Mint cond $10,500. 805-495-5103 (EL3786) VCS246273

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NEED A QUIET PLACE in Oxnard or Pt Hueneme. Non smoker, non drinker. $550/mo. Need a place sometime by Aug 1. 805-816-7610 RELOCATING single prof female looking for Vta/Oxn 2-3br house w/yard, have dogs, refs provided Willing to sign lease 661-965-0923 VCS245361

922 RV Spaces for Rent
LIVE IN your RV or Trailer $300/mo+utils. CD Trailer/ RV Park in Fillmore. 805-525-2062 VCS245553

933 Motorcycles And Equipment
HARLEY Heritage Softail Classic ‘04, lots of chrome & extras, 30k, super clean, $12,500. (19P1490). 805-493-1789 VCS245933 HARLEY XL883C Custom ‘01 w/1200 kit, 7450 mi, extras like new, $3500 (15V3574) 805-641-1017 VCS246128 HONDA GOLDWING 1975 Original Goldwing 21,894 mi, turquiose, inactive since 2002, will require TLC $2000 805-217-6796 (009083) VCS244920

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OXN STUDIO Trailer gated, extra clean! $635/month utils paid. Near Rose & 101 805-208-6281 VCS244467 OXN STUDIO Trailer gated, extra clean! $635/month utils paid. Near Rose & 101 805-983-7683 VCS245407

VTA Industrial Space 800sf-5000sf, with office & warehouse, roll up door, terrific location, great terms and pricing. Mid Valley Properties 805-527-9632 Ext:1 VCS244531 WLV 1875-4000sf Office & Warehouse Available. Beautiful park. $1.05-$1.20 NNN. Janet 805-496-1304 VCS244983

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YAMAHA WARRIOR QUAD 350, 2000. Only 16 hours. $2,500. 805-208-3662 VCS244420

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CREW CAB 4x4 2500HD, Fully loaded, beautiful diesel truck, equipped for 5th wheel, lthr, AC, XM, Bose premium sound, full pwr, heated seats, OnStar, tow pkg, aluminum rims, Tonneau cover, brush guards, 4 PIAA lights, trailer break, air shocks, hvy duty rear springs, super chip, upgraded manifold & exhaust, 15000 lbs slide right 5th wheel hitch. These extras alone are worth $4500 + install. 147k mi, ext warr for another 8000 mi, xlnt cond. You will enjoy this truck. Thanks for looking! $22,500. Any questions, (844516) 805-437-6181 VCS245455 FORD F150 1988 4x4 - Short bed, camper shell. 10k mi on new engine.$2,000obo.#a73247 805-889-2769 VCS245698

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Bill Balance exhaust, Carbon fiber hood, k&n filter. must sell $3,200.00 OBO 16k96w (805)340-9778 VCS246528

JAGUAR XJ8 ‘99 805-479-4120

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SUPERCHARGER White, low 18” profile tires, 100,000 mi, 8 cyl, 370HP $14,499 (5jlr907) 805-987-3650 VERY FAST! VCS244271 pearl white 2 tone paint, all pwr, factory tinted windows, 295k mi,$4950/obo serious callers only please 805-216-6150 (6LON828) VCS244806

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Restoration project, 100 miles on rebuilt engine $4,500/obo Call 805-625-5016 (774KT) VCS242478 JAGUAR 1949 thru 1973 XK120, 140, 150, E-type, Mark II WANTED, any cond. (415)566-5052 VCS245687 MERCEDES SL WANTED or Cabriolet ‘54 thru ‘71 190SL, 230SL, 250SL, 280SL, 300SL 220S/SE, 250SE, 280SE Convertible Any cond. 510-638-7221 VCS245021 WANTED: FORD Mustang ‘64 Thru ‘68 Coupe, Convertible, FB, any cond 510-568-5114 VCS245022

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FLEETWOOD ‘93 CORONADO - 30ft
22,000 miles, good condition, runs well, sleeps 6, AC, heater generator. $13,000. (3CJL270) 805-643-2327
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164k mi, white with leather 1 owner,runs xlnt. $2,000 obo. (3wvn968).805-499-4062 VCS245782 MAZDA 5 2009 approx 12,000 miles, great condition, automatic $17,000 (6MCK069) 361-232-1514 VCS245639 MERCEDES BENZ E320 ‘98 moonroof, fully loaded, 30 mpg, looks & runs xlnt $5900/obo 805-798-3459 (4BPF660) VCS246509 NISSAN Sentra ‘06 4 cyl, 1.8l, auto, fwd, p/dl, tilt, 55k mi, cruise $8900 805-963-6746 (3N1CB5) VCS244801 TOYOTA ‘01 MR2 Spyder Convertible, silver, $7,000. 85k miles. Lic# 4TYZ124 John 805-297-5272 VCS244577 TOYOTA COROLLA 1989 4 door, auto, a/c, new paint, power steering, runs xlnt, 35mpg, $1,300. #6bec604. 805-253-6006 VCS245492 TOYOTA COROLLA 1994 Auto, runs xlnt, mp3, 35mpg, $1,800. Lic #2HL5378 805-253-6006 VCS246178 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 1998 wht, xlnt cond, 2nd owner, 145k, lthr, loaded, DVD, all maint records. $10,300/obo. 805-427-6371 (013392) VCS245584

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985 Sport Utility Vehicles
7 pass, leather, ski racks, snow cables, compl svc records, xlnt cond $10,900 (5CZZ572) 805-524-1421 805-625-0382 VCS245588 HONDA CRV 2006 - Silver, excellent condition, 23k miles $15,500. #5wms698. 805-498-9032 VCS245496

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(2MV6458) VCS246071 FORD RANGER ‘98 XLT 4x4, 3.0L, very clean, well maint, aftermarket intake & exhaust, cust stereo, 33” tires w/Fender Flares, Tonneau cover $5000 805-340-0832 (6D14893) VCS245399

FLEETWOOD FIESTA 2006 29J. 1 owner, 2,400 miles, camping ready, warr exp. 7/2011. $44,000 negotiable. (fran ed). 805-758-0612 or 805-488-3897 VCS244861 HY-LINE 36ft ‘06 5th Wheel 3 jumbo slides, sleeps 8, washer & dryer, microwave, jumbo a/c, non-smoker, many extras, Mint Condition, $31,500/obo (54242p) 818-679-7985 VCS244138 TIOGA 31M 2005 - 5k miles, many extras, $43,000. (5nnk300). 805-498-5482 or 805-405-8053 VCS245280

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977 Auto For Sale
BMW 530 i 2002 - Good cond, runs great, asking $5,500obo. #K26326. 805-205-3795 VCS246432

RANGE ROVER 2005 HSE
Loaded, 70K mi, luxury package, factory 20” wheels. Garaged. $24,500

962 Auto Parts & Services
Parting Out 1995 SATURN SC 2 Coupe, 1.9 Dual OHC, auto, very clean car, 80k mi. 805-895-9509 VCS246413

BMW DINAN 3, 2004,
325ci, stage 2 dinan, 45k mi, gray/blk 5spd sprt pkg, spoilr, cust whls/stereo, xlnt cond, all recs. $22K/obo. Leave msg (323) 712-8007 5GMS770 VCS244480

989 4x4 Vehicles
CHEVROLET Pick Up ‘88 4X4 nice truck, runs good, many extras, low oil pressure, $1500 (6l73570) 805-581-1917 VCS245107 JEEP CJ7 1982 - LARADO Re-built, 6 cyl, auto, ps, tw, Kenwood cd w/6 spkrs. Simi can email pics. $6,900 obo. Must Sell! Lic #5cst833. 805-501-5304 VCS245741

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Ford Super Duty, Triton V-10, Chassis, 36k miles, excellent condition, many extras $46,000. (A25630) 805-551-6920
VCS245416

WINNEBAGO ‘03 MINNIE WINNIE

DODGE NEON 2005 SXT
Auto, tinted windows, gray with black interior, A/C, CD player, automatic front windows manual back. Runs Great! 102k fwy mi. $4,500. Lic#5mwd040

968 Auto Under $1000
2000 TEMPO ZX2 4 Cyl, Auto, Air, Stereo, Disc $950. #827KBQ8. 805-218-2374 VCS245472 FORD EXPLORER ‘92 190k, auto, has blown head gasket $900/obo 805-665-9043 (2ZLW396) VCS243977

986 Trucks For Sale
CHEVY 2010 SILVERADO 3500 Dually $14,000 Off MSRP Includes $8,000 dlr. disct, $5,000 factory rebate & $1,000 GMAC down payment. Assistance 2WD & 4x4’s avail 4 to choose: id #’s: 143021, 141084, 143093 & 143292. Silver Star Chevrolet 805-267-3100 VCS245263

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980 Classics/Antiques/ Specialty
AUSTIN HEALY, MG, Jaguar XK, Triumph TR, Porsche 356, early 911, Wanted any year or cond. 415-227-0144 VCS245020

992 Vans
CHEVY ASTRO Commercial Van, 2000. Orig owner, all maint records avail 100K mi, $2500. 805-844-8979 (139718) VCS246508

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HONDA ACCORD SE ‘02 74k mi, a/c, CD, blk ext, runs xlnt, $6775 805-341-2496 (5DSV105) VCS245473

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