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KidSTREAM to Make Lasting Positive Social and Economic Impact on Community, Study Says

KidSTREAM to Make Lasting Positive Social and Economic Impact on Community, Study Says

KidSTREAM, an emerging children’s museum based in Camarillo, recently released the findings of two published studies that assessed needs and measured the expected economic and social impacts that would be created by the museum when in full operation. The studies also evaluated the museum’s market and operating potential.  According to one study, the museum will not only […]

Camarillo Police – Coffee with a Cop

Camarillo Police – Coffee with a Cop

The Camarillo Police Department is proud to announce the first “Coffee with a Cop” day. Coffee with a Cop brings deputies and community members together, over coffee, to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Friday, May 18th, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, Camarillo deputies will be at Starbucks, 4512 Las Posas Road […]

Building Homes and Community – The Port of Hueneme gives back in partnership with Habitat for Humanity

Building Homes and Community – The Port of Hueneme gives back in partnership with Habitat for Humanity

  The Port of Hueneme not only makes cargo move, they also take pride in giving back to the community. On Friday, April 13, the Port’s staff partnered with Habitat for Humanity in building six new homes in the La Colonia community of Oxnard. These new homes are a part of Habitat’s effort to further […]

Casa Pacifica Angels | 25th Anniversary Wine, Food, and Brew Festival

Casa Pacifica Angels | 25th Anniversary Wine, Food, and Brew Festival

  The Casa Pacifica Angels Wine, Food & Brew Festival has steadily grown since 1994 to become the premier wine and food event in Ventura County. It began at the Ventura Pierpont Inn, continued from 2001 to 2006 at the Mandalay Beach Resort in Oxnard, and has flourished since 2007 at California State University’s Channel Islands in […]

Hospice of Santa Barbara Provides Community Gathering Space to Those Affected by Tuesday’s Storm

Hospice of Santa Barbara Provides Community Gathering Space to Those Affected by Tuesday’s Storm

Santa Barbara, Calif., Jan. 12, 2018 —In light of the devastating events that occurred during Tuesday’s mudslide, Hospice of Santa Barbara is providing counseling services to individuals and families who may be struggling during this difficult time. In addition to collaborating closely with schools, first responders, governmental agencies, and the Red Cross, Hospice of Santa […]

Fiduciary Leadership in 2018 or Oxnard’s’ Successor Agency Continued Boondoggle?

Fiduciary Leadership in 2018 or Oxnard’s’ Successor Agency Continued Boondoggle?

By Armando Vazquez, M.Ed., Executive Director, The Foundation, EERD Imagine the State of California dressed as a Santa Claus, and in a magnanimous gesture of civic good will and fairness, it decides  to give  Oxnard a once in a lifetime “gift”: the full and total fiduciary disposal authority of 39 buildings/properties that the city of Oxnard Successor […]

20 good things that happened in Ventura since the Thomas Fire

20 good things that happened in Ventura since the Thomas Fire

    20 good things In no particular order, here are a few awesome things that happened in Ventura since the Thomas Fire.   1. Surfboards for first responders   Neighbors at Ventura’s Surfers’ Point rallied to gather surfboards, stand-up paddle boards, and wetsuits to lend to first responders during their time off. Within 20 […]

Annual Heroes and Helpers Shopping Event | Simi Valley Police Department

Annual Heroes and Helpers Shopping Event | Simi Valley Police Department

It is time to spread holiday cheer for those in need, the Simi Valley Police Department is partnering with our local Target Stores to host another highly successful Heroes and Helpers event, formally Shop With a Cop. Heroes and Helpers is a joint effort where local families are paired with a SVPD staff member for […]

12th Annual Simi Community Christmas

12th Annual Simi Community Christmas

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Announce Winter Session 2017 for Clubs Located in Thousand Oaks/Newbury Park

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Announce Winter Session 2017 for Clubs Located in Thousand Oaks/Newbury Park

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley has kicked off the Winter Session for the clubs located in Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park running through Monday, March 13.  Registration is ongoing and enrollment is available to families residing in the greater Conejo area. All types of enrichment classes are offered ranging from sports […]

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