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Surprising And Little-Known Seabee Secret Services!

Surprising And Little-Known Seabee Secret Services!

Port Hueneme, Calif, Oct. 16, 2017  – Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) hosted its semi-annual Media Day on Oct. 14 with local media and the Ventura County Office of Education to highlight the capabilities of two little known tenants at the base. Underwater Construction Team Two (UCT-2), a Seabee unit with deep-dive underwater construction capabilities […]

Philanthropy And Food | 30th Annual National Philanthropy Day Award Luncheon

Philanthropy And Food | 30th Annual National Philanthropy Day Award Luncheon

VAN NUYS, CA – The 30th Annual National Philanthropy Day ® (NPD) Award Luncheon will be held on November 2nd, hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater San Fernando Valley Chapter (AFP/GSFVC) and presented by Valley Presbyterian Hospital. Anthony Angelini, a third-year undergraduate student in the Near Eastern Languages and Cultures department at UCLA, […]

Parkinson Disease | A Weekend of Education, Inspiration, Relaxation, And Care

Parkinson Disease | A Weekend of Education, Inspiration, Relaxation, And Care

The American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) is hosting a very special weekend for people with PD and their care partners, friends, and family members on Saturday, October 28 – Sunday, October 29, at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, CA. The APDA West Coast Parkinson’s Educational Forum  is a two-day comprehensive forum that will provide a unique opportunity […]

Chicano Art | 45 Years Action/Reaction

Chicano Art | 45 Years Action/Reaction

Exhibition Open from September 5, 2017 through December 29, 2017 at The Mexican Cultural Institute of the Embassy of Mexico in Washington, D.C. AltaMed Art Collection, courtesy of Castulo de la Rocha and Zoila D. Escobar.Organized by the AltaMed Art Collection, Los Angeles, this exhibition is presented in partnership with the Mexican Cultural Institute of […]

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

Caforio Claims To “Outraise” Knight | Congressman Knight’s Office Responds

EDITOR NOTE: Citizens Journal strives to be fair and balanced in what it publishes. So, when a press release from Bryan Caforio’s office about campaign fundraising was received, the Journal contacted incumbent Congressman Steve Knight’s campaign office for a similar press release and/or comment. The 2018 primary elections is eight months away and mid-term elections […]

Join The Parade! | Honoring Our Veterans And All Who Serve! | Freedom Isn’t Free

Join The Parade! | Honoring Our Veterans And All Who Serve! | Freedom Isn’t Free

Oxnard, California.  – The City of Oxnard is now accepting applications from groups interested in marching in the 2017 Veterans Day parade on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Applications may be submitted to the Oxnard City Manager’s Office, Attn: Martha Guillen, by mail or in person at 300 W. Third St., Fourth Floor, or by email: Martha.guillen@oxnard.org.  The […]

America’s Teaching Zoo | 6th Annual Rendezvous At The Zoo

America’s Teaching Zoo | 6th Annual Rendezvous At The Zoo

The Moorpark College Foundation and the Exotic Animal Training Management (EATM) program at Moorpark College hosted the sixth annual Rendezvous at the Zoo fundraising event on Thursday, Oct. 12. The college hosted more than 200 guests including dignitaries, Chancellor Greg Gillespie, members of the Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees, and Platinum Paw […]

Sitting Presidents, Movie Stars, International Artists | Master Photographer Santi Visalli

Sitting Presidents, Movie Stars, International Artists | Master Photographer Santi Visalli

Studio Channel Islands Hear the stories and see the works of one of the world’s most prolific and prestigious photographers, Santi Visalli. WHEN: October 18, 2017 TIME: 6:00 pm WHERE: Studio Channel Islands, 2222 E. Ventura Blvd., Camarillo. Visalli has photographed six sitting presidents, created timeless portrayals of movie stars and international artists and has captured the […]

It’s Time To Make Hard Work Cool Again: A Conversation With Mike Rowe

It’s Time To Make Hard Work Cool Again: A Conversation With Mike Rowe

By James Merse 10/13/17 | Originally published in the Daily Caller Work was a supporting pillar in my family dynamic growing up, instilling a foundation that would ultimately propel me to achieve all of my career and financial goals I had set for my 25 year benchmark. Those goals are personal and private, but I […]

Buy A Burger, Tip-A-Cop | Support Special Olympians

Buy A Burger, Tip-A-Cop | Support Special Olympians

Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies will take their oath to “serve” and protect to a new level. They’ll trade in their handcuffs and badges for menus and serving trays to assist servers at Red Robin Restaurant in Thousand Oaks on Thursday, October 19, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sheriff’s professional staff and volunteers will also be […]

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