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California Strong Distributes First Round of Grant Money to Fire & Borderline Victims

California Strong Distributes First Round of Grant Money to Fire & Borderline Victims

Thousand Oaks, CA — California Strong, a nonprofit organization in partnership with the Southeast Ventura County YMCA, distributed its first round of grant money to victims of last year’s fires and Borderline Shooting. Over 150 applicants in Southern California received individual grants from California Strong on February 8. Another check disbursement will take place in […]

Red Cross Receives Nearly $300K Donation From Macy’s for Wildfire Relief

Red Cross Receives Nearly $300K Donation From Macy’s for Wildfire Relief

After wildfires devastated communities in northern and southern California, the American Red Cross has received a $273,000 donation from Macy’s to fund wildfire relief and recovery efforts in California. A check presentation will be held at the Thousand Oaks Macy’s in the women’s department at 590 W. Hillcrest Drive at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, February […]

Oxnard Fire Department Announces Arrival of New Response Apparatus

Oxnard Fire Department Announces Arrival of New Response Apparatus

Oxnard, CA- The Oxnard Fire Department is excited and proud to put into service a new response apparatus. Light and Air 65 (LA 65) will respond out of Oxnard Fire Station 5 on 1450 Colonia Rd. The unit will be cross staffed by the assigned crew from Engine This marks the second introduction of a […]

Santa Paula One Billion Rising and Clothesline Project

Santa Paula One Billion Rising and Clothesline Project

Santa Paula celebrates its Sixth One Billion Rising event Saturday, February 16 from 11AM to 2 PM, at Las Piedras Park, 13th Street and Saticoy Street in Santa Paula. This year, we welcome the Clothesline Project as part of our One Billion Rising event. We will also have our Resource Fair and Healing Corridor. The […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Announce Newest Member to Board of Governors

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Announce Newest Member to Board of Governors

Agoura, CA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley is pleased to announce a new member to its Board of Governors, Terrill is Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Senior Vice President of iPayment, Inc., a premier provider of payment solutions and processing services in the U.S., serving over 140,000 small to medium […]

Livingston’s Camarillo Hospice Announces New Group in February

Livingston’s Camarillo Hospice Announces New Group in February

Starting Wednesday February 6th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm Understanding Your Grief, written by author, educator and grief counselor, Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD is intended to companion the griever on their own unique grief journey. This session will be devoted to those grieving the loss of a partner/spouse. Members will need to purchase materials. REGISTRATION […]

Students to Face Off in Academic Decathlon Beginning Jan. 26 in Oxnard – Volunteers Needed!

Students to Face Off in Academic Decathlon Beginning Jan. 26 in Oxnard – Volunteers Needed!

Editor’s Note: I’ve been a speech judge for close to ten years. It’s a wonderful experience, listening to these young, bright people pontificate on all manner of subjects. It’s helping the community and a giving just a little of our time to the future.  If you are interested please signup.  You get lunch, too! Not […]

St. John’s Hospitals Award $140,000 in Grant Funding to Community Non-Profit Organizations

St. John’s Hospitals Award $140,000 in Grant Funding to Community Non-Profit Organizations

Dignity Health St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital (SJPVH) and St. John’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC), are proud to announce they have awarded $140,000 in grant funding to three important community non-profit partnerships in Ventura County. Representatives from each organization were invited to a breakfast on January 8, 2019 where they were presented with checks to […]

Simi Valley CERT Academy Students Make it to Their Final Class After Several Postponements Due to the November Fires

Simi Valley CERT Academy Students Make it to Their Final Class After Several Postponements Due to the November Fires

Students attending Simi’s Fall 2018 CERT Academy enrolled to learn how to prepare for disasters and emergencies. They learned first-hand how disruptive these incidents can be to “normal” life and the importance of flexibility. Students began attending the Fall CERT Academy on October 11, 2018. They only completed four of the seven academy sessions when […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) offer Fifth Grade Transportation throughout Conejo Valley

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) offer Fifth Grade Transportation throughout Conejo Valley

Thousand Oaks, CA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) is taking reservations for reliable after school van transportation to five local Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the Conejo Valley.  Parents can choose from the Club closest to their residence:    ✩ Anderson Youth Center (Los Cerritos)✩ 1980 E.Avenida de las […]

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