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A Father’s Day Reflections

A Father’s Day Reflections

    By Armando Vazquez                                                                     First and foremost I am grateful, lucky, and exceedingly fortunate to be coming up on my 70th […]

Happy Father’s Day 2018

Happy Father’s Day 2018

Father’s Day June 17, 2018   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  

5ht Annual Father’s Day Celebration | Ronald Reagan Presidential Library 7-17-18

5ht Annual Father’s Day Celebration | Ronald Reagan Presidential Library 7-17-18

Join us for our 5th annual Father’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum on June 17, 2018 from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm. (Check-in begins at 10:00.) We are pleased to offer the father in your family a day of fun-filled activities. Enjoy a delicious barbeque buffet of tri-tip, charbroiled marinated chicken, old […]

Wooden Boats on Display for Father’s Day

Wooden Boats on Display for Father’s Day

By Raven West The 2nd Annual Channel Islands Maritime Museum “From the Tree to the Sea” Wooden Boat Show was, once again, a Father’s Day treat for dads, moms and kids. Museum Executive Director Peter Crabbe was just as excited to be part of the experience as the guests, who had the rare treat of […]

Channel Islands Maritime Museum Wooden Boat Show

Channel Islands Maritime Museum Wooden Boat Show

Annual Wooden Boat Show and Treasure Sale Sunday, June 18, 2017   10:00am to 4:00pm The Channel Islands Maritime Museum will host “From the Tree to the Sea”: the Second Annual Father’s Day Wooden Boat Show – an event of the most enjoyable and rustic variety! It will feature a series of classic wooden boats on […]

The History Of Father’s Day

The History Of Father’s Day

Sunday is a day for dads — but it wasn’t always like that. Father’s Day is a celebration that began relatively recently, ailment about 106 years ago. If you don’t know its history, try read on. The first Father’s Day occurred in 1910 in Spokane, pharmacy Washington, according to the Library of Congress. A local […]

From the People’s Cube: Railroad signs stolen for resembling the Confederate flag

From the People’s Cube: Railroad signs stolen for resembling the Confederate flag

A dangerous new fad called the “Railroad Sign Challenge,” where individuals steal a railroad crossing sign and post ‘selfies’ with it on the Internet, has been gaining momentum recently. A growing number of people have claimed that the warning signs alerting drivers of a railroad crossing ahead “bare too much resemblance to the Confederate flag” […]

From the People’s Cube: Father’s Day–a celebration of discrimination?

From the People’s Cube: Father’s Day–a celebration of discrimination?

By Konservative_Punk Several special interest groups have come together to protest Father’s Day as a day of discrimination, as it allegedly stacks the deck against those women who are unable to become fathers, as well against those men who have chosen not to. “It’s like an annual poke in the eye,” said one concerned citizen, […]

The Blessing of Fatherhood

The Blessing of Fatherhood

By: Armando Vazquez My father, Pedro Serratos Vazquez, was by any standard a great man, a caring loving father, a devoted husband and a loyal servant to relatives and countless extended village friends from Mexico that depended on him for his unwavering help, gringo dollars, and assistance to get them all to El Norte. My […]

Don’t forget—Get a FREE pet for Dad this Father’s Day

Don’t forget—Get a FREE pet for Dad this Father’s Day

  He’s waiting for you:                       Check out the critters waiting for a home at the Ventura County Animal Shelter Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE *Scroll down to post a comment    

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