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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
More than 100 people have signed up to race in
the Admirals Cup triathlon June 23 at Naval Base
Ventura County, Point Mugu.
The event, which starts at 8 a.m., is followed by
the U.S. Armed Forces Triathlon Championship
(AFTC), in which the top 10 men and top six wom-
en in each of the armed forces Air Force, Army,
Marines and Navy/Coast Guard compete against
one another, along with the 23-member Canadian
Military Triathlon Team.
The Admirals Cup is a sprint race, comprised of
a 400-meter swim(approximately one-quarter mile),
20-kilometer (12.4-mile) non-draft legal bike ride
and 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) run.
The AFTC is longer, with a 1,500-meter (ap-
proximately one-mile) swim, 40-kilometer (24.8-
mile) draft legal bike ride and 10-kilometer (6.2-
Admirals Cup,
military triathlon
June 23 at Mugu
PHOTO BY VANCE VASQUEZ / NBVC PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE
Capt. David Sasek, left, and CS2 Jesus Fimbres conduct a wreath-laying ceremony
Tuesday, June 5, in front of Bldg. 1 at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, in
commemoration of the Battle of Midway. Story, more photos, Page 10.
REMEMBERING THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
The gloomy main play-
room of the Boys & Girls
Club of America in Port
Hueneme, with its dark
red and black checker-
board floor, is now light,
bright and cheery thanks
to the work of local Sea-
bees and supplies donated
by civic leaders.
Over several days in
May, Seabees from Naval
Seabees renovate Boys & Girls Club in Hueneme
PHOTOS BY MC2 ACE RHEAUME / NMCB 5
These before and after photos show the main game room at the Boys & Girls Club of America in Port Hueneme,
where Seabees stationed at Naval Base Ventura County retiled the floor and recoated and repainted the walls.
SEE TRIATHLONS, PAGE 25
SEE SEABEES, PAGE 29
BU3 Mackenzie McCalmont, left,
and BUCN Tyler Laguesse, both with
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
3, lay concrete at Naval Station
Rota, Spain. Page 18.
The Home Station Training Lanes
at Naval Base Ventura County,
Point Mugu, are designed to give
deploying troops a sense of the
surroundings and scenarios theyll
encounter. Here, Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 5 conducts
an exercise. Pages 20-21.
Volunteers from Naval Base Ventura
County go over the portfolios of
eighth-graders graduating from
E.O. Green Junior High School in
Oxnard, offering pointers for how to
succeed in school and in life. June
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By Captain Larry Vasquez
NBVC Commanding Offcer
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This question came up a few times at the recent
Civilian Captains Calls I held at Port Hueneme and
Point Mugu, and I promised to get answers.
I cannot extend access to Department of Defense
civilians or contractors for the sake of economic
stimulation or convenience. There are some situations
during which an installation commander can extend
exchange privileges to civilians, but they are very
specic and strictly regulated.
For example, when DoD civilians are stationed
overseas on orders, the installation commander can
allow them to patronize facilities such as the com-
missary or the Navy Exchange (NEX). This includes
civilians on TDY orders. There are also provisions for
DoD civilian employees under evacuation orders.
The exception to the rule is food activities, such
as the food court at the NEX at Port Hueneme. DoD
civilians working on base are entitled to purchase pre-
pared food for meals. This does not, however, extend
to shopping at the commissary or the NEX.
I am really excited about how engaged everyone
was at the Captains Calls. You all asked a lot of
great questions and made a lot of great suggestions.
Were gathering up answers and will get them out to
you soon. Ill answer some here but will let you know
where to nd the complete question and answer list
once we get it compiled.
Keep sending the feedback. Your input will help
us make Naval Base Ventura County the best base in
the Navy. Reach me here by emailing lighthouse@
navy.mil, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Na-
valBaseVenturaCounty or on Twitter at www.twitter.
com/NBVCCalifornia. You can also go online to our
homepage at http://cnic.navy.mil/ventura/index.htm
and use the Commanding Ofcers Suggestion Box. I
look forward to hearing from you.
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
LUNCHEON: Navy
League Channel
Islands, noon, Bard
Mansion. Speaker: new
executive director of Oxnard Harbor
District. Info: Jim Cecil, 482-8215;
Arlene Fraser, 377-0468.
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CASE PACK SALE: 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., Point
Mugu Commissary,
behind the gas station.
Continues June 18, same time.
Info: 982-2400.
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June
FLAG DAY: 1 p.m.,
Seabee Museum. Kids
can design their own
flags in this free family
activity. Info: 982-5165.
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CITIZENSHIP AND
IMMIGRATION
OUTREACH: 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Region
Legal Service Office, second floor,
Bldg. 1180, NBVC Port Hueneme.
Sign-up required. Help available
with immigration and naturalization
issues, including fingerprinting.
Info: 982-3124.
NARFE: National Active
and Retired Federal
Employees Assoication
meeting, 11:30 a.m.,
lunch at noon, Elks Club, 801
South A St., Oxnard. Reserve
by noon Monday, June 25. Info:
Dukie, 487-1801.
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On the heels of the highly successful
Biggest Loser Contest, the Bee-Fit Health
and Wellness Center at Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Port Hueneme, is sponsor-
ing a Walk Yourself Fit team walking
contest.
Teams of five are now being formed,
and team leaders will meet at noon Fri-
day, June 15, at the Bee-Fit to sign up
and pay the $50 team registration fee,
which covers the cost of pedometers.
Starting June 25, each member of the
team will wear a pedometer every day to
keep track of steps. Everything counts:
walking at work, grocery shopping, stroll-
ing around the house.
Each morning, team members will re-
port to the team leader the number of
steps walked the day before and then re-
set the pedometer for that days new
count. Monday mornings, weekend totals
will be reported to team leaders, who will
then forward the weeks totals to event
organizer Ramona Pagel, the Bee-Fit di-
rector.
Pagel is also planning a weekly walk to
Laguna Peak.
In addition to the $50 per teamregistra-
tion fee, each team must also pay $25 a
week $5 per person in dues.
Each team member must walk 10,000
steps a day 70,000 per week. For each
1,000 steps short, the team must pay
$1.
The contest ends Aug. 3. The winning
team will get 50 percent of the pot. The
second-place teamwill get 35 percent, and
the third-place team will get 15 percent.
The Bee-Fit recently concluded the Big-
gest Loser Contest, with the 29 people
who signed up losing a total of 398
pounds.
For more information on Walk Your-
self Fit, call the Bee-Fit at 805-982-4726
or 805-982-2589.
Bee-Fit launches Walk Yourself Fit contest
An Apple Store devoted to all things
Mac held a grand opening Friday, June
8, in the Navy Exchange at Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme.
This is one of only six Apple Stores
in the NEX program, and we are so
lucky to have it, said Anna Esguerra,
general manager of the NEX Port Hue-
neme and NEX Point Mugu. This is a
fantastic opportunity.
Apple chose Port Hueneme based on
previous sales of the Macintosh com-
puter, Esguerra said.
Apple personnel installed the store in
the electronics area and spent an hour
and a half with each of the 13 sales as-
sociates in that department, training
them on the different Macs sold at the
store.
John Hills, an Air Force retiree living
in Camarillo, was impressed.
Theyre beautiful, absolutely gor-
geous, he said of the sleek Macs set up
in the equally sleek and efficient display
area.
While he didnt buy one that day, six
others did in the first four hours the
store was open, taking advantage of the
$100-off grand opening special.
For more information on the Apple
Store, call electronics at 982-6841.
Apple Store opens at NEX Hueneme
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
John Hills, an Air Force retiree living in
Camarillo, discusses the advantages of a
Mac with sales associate Omar Matta.
Dozens of people took advantage of
free blood pressure and blood sugar
screenings and free vision tests as the Hu-
man Resources departments at Naval Base
Ventura County hosted health fairs at
Point Mugu Wednesday, June 6, and Port
Hueneme Thursday, June 7.
The fairs are held twice a year.
The event at Port Hueneme was at
Dukes for the first time, and vendors and
visitors alike enjoyed the more spacious
environment than what the Fleet & Fam-
ily Support Center lobby had offered.
This is so much better, said Diane
Twice-yearly
health fairs
draw dozens
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Louise Herrera, an administrative officer at the Naval Branch Health Clinic at Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme, has her vision checked during a health fair Thursday, June
7, at Dukes.
SEE FAIRS, PAGE 19
ASIAN PACIFIC
AMERICAN HERITAGE
EVENT: 10 a.m.
speaker, 11 a.m.
lunch. NSWC PHD Bldg. 1388.
Speaker: deputy assistant
secretary, U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development.
Asian-themed lunch, $8. Info:
Randy Hoang, 805-228-5684.
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Naval Base Ventura Countys Child
and Youth Program will offer summer
food service at the Point Mugu and Port
Hueneme Youth Centers.
The program launches Monday, June
18, and will continue through Aug. 17.
Breakfast will be served from 7:30 to
8:15 a.m., and lunch will be served from
11 to 11:45 a.m. Monday through Fri-
day.
The Point Mugu Youth Center is in
Bldg. 150 on 4th Street. The Port Hue-
neme Youth Center is in Bldg. 1439 on
34th Avenue.
The U.S. Navy does not discriminate
against any person because of race,
color, national origin, sex, age or dis-
ability. Children under 18 years of age
will be served meals on a first-come,
first-served basis.
Summer food service
offered at youth centers
SurfNet, the liberty program for Sin-
gle Sailors at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty, Point Mugu, will be closed until the
end of the year for renovations.
The liberty programhas moved down
the street to the Flightline Caf & Rec-
reation Center conference room, which
is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m.
to 10 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
and Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Only the conference room is open
these hours; the hours of the Flightline
Caf have not changed.
For more information about the
NBVC liberty program, call 805-797-
0084.
Mugu liberty program
moves to Flightline
The second phase of repaving Ronald
Reagan Boulevard at Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Point Mugu, is now under
way, with work extending from Laguna
Road to the end of the street near Air
Operations.
Access is being maintained all along
the roadway, but drivers are being asked
to slow down and pay attention to road
signs. Some parking lots may not be ac-
cessible off Ronald Reagan Boulevard
and may require a detour.
The entire project is expected to be
completed Sept. 30.
For questions, call Ensign Delroy
McEwan at 982-2907 or Howard Hall
at 982-2963.
Ronald Reagan Boulevard
being repaved
A Hueneme High School senior who
wants to study mechanical engineering at
Arizona State University has received a
$1,000 Can Do scholarship from the
Bee Club at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty.
Kristopher Bray, 17, the son of Ble-
silda and Master Chief Constructionman
Tim Bray of the Center for Seabees and
Facilities Engineering, said mechanical
engineering has always been high on his
list.
Im especially interested in the aero-
dynamics of planes,he said. Imleaning
toward aerospace, but I want to stay more
in the mechanical engineering field.
Bray and another $1,000 scholarship
winner whose family wished to remain
anonymous were honored Monday, June
4, during a brief ceremony at the Seabee
Museum, followed by a private tour.
We are happy to be able to offer this
to you, said the Bee Clubs outgoing
president, Christie Donathan. We are
super proud of you.
Incoming president Jennifer Brooks
said the scholarship presentations are
important to the organization.
Giving back to the community is im-
portant, but giving back to the kids of
Seabees is especially important, she
said.
The Bee Club is a spouses group whose
mission is to promote U.S. Navy Seabee
and Civil Engineer Corps heritage, and
to provide friendship, mentorship and
support among military spouses in the
Ventura County area. The clubs fundrais-
ing efforts also support the Seabee Mu-
seum and the Seabee Ball.
Bee Club awards $1,000 Can Do scholarships
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Kristopher Bray, a senior at Hueneme
High School planning to study mechanical
engineering next year at Arizona State
University, receives a $1,000 scholarship
from the Bee Clubs Christie Donathan.
By MC2 (SCW) Ace Rheaume
NMCB 5
Seabees assigned to Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 5 participated in an
after-school mentoring pro-
gramwith children at Hueneme
Elementary School last
month.
Were trying to integrate
and get the military more in-
volved with the school, said
Laurie McCarter, site coordi-
nator for the Hueneme Elemen-
tary After School Program. I
think with the military pres-
ence, it really gives them posi-
tive role models. The children
get so excited and enjoy having
the guys and girls come out.
McCarter said the program,
which currently has approxi-
mately 100 students enrolled,
is designed to assist and mentor
children who might be at risk
academically, have behavioral
issues, or who dont have par-
ents at home until later in the
day.
Its important for the chil-
dren to have reliable mentors
or role models in their lives,
said Utilitiesman 2nd Class
Christopher Watkins, a Seabee
assigned to NMCB 5 Bravo
Company.
Seabees played games with
the children and encouraged
them to be physically active by
participating in group activities
such as running and soccer.
They volunteer Wednesdays or
Fridays for two hours each
day.
Its great to not only be a
member of the armed forces
and be a defender of freedom,
but you also can be a good
citizen, which means being a
good neighbor, Watkins said.
An important part of being a
good citizen is securing a good
future. Thats what were trying
to do here.
Watkins added that he hopes
to get more participation at the
school next year.
I think its a really great op-
portunity, mostly so for the
kids. I just feel good knowing
that Im helping them out and
thats why everybody else is
here too, he said.
NMCB 5 helps Hueneme elementary school
PHOTO BY MC2 (SCW) ACE RHEAUME / NMCB 5
Children from the Hueneme School District play under a parachute tossed into the air by Seabees
from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5.
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The opportunity for travel is one of the
perks of being in a military family, and
for families with school children, summer
is the best time for travel. When travel
and education are combined, edu-trav-
el is formed.
Edu-travel is a mix of fun, learning,
newexperiences and family time. Wheth-
er the travel is due to a PCS move, visit-
ing family members or simply taking
advantage of the chance to visit new
places, learning opportunities abound.
While sitting in a classroom, children
hear about history lessons and see pic-
tures of geographical landmarks. While
traveling, they can experience those les-
sons and landmarks firsthand. That is
what edu-travel is about.
Getting to the travel destination is only
part of the learning experience. From
license plate scavenger hunts to travel
journals, even being in a car can be a
learning experience. Plan ahead, search
for trip games online and hit the road
with the family for a fun learning experi-
ence.
Here are a few ways to help you get a
rewarding edu-travel experience.
Geocaching
This high-tech outdoor scavenger hunt
involves math and direction-finding.
Caches of trinkets are hidden all over
the United States in fact, all over the
world and its up to you to find them.
When you do, you take a trinket and leave
another. It is fun for the whole family
and costs nothing more than a GPS unit.
You will probably take a GPS device on
your trip anyway, so why not make it a
portable one that you can also use for
geocaching? Check it out at www.geo-
caching.com.
Letterboxing
Letterboxing is an intriguing treasure
hunt style of outdoor activity. Letter-
boxers hide small, weatherproof boxes
in places that are accessible to the public,
like parks, and post clues to finding the
box online on one of several websites.
However, clues to finding some of the
most highly-sought boxes are passed
around by word of mouth. There are
about 20,000 letterboxes hidden in North
America alone.
Individual letterboxes usually contain
a log book, a hand-carved rubber stamp
and an ink pad. Finders make an imprint
of the letterboxs stamp on their personal
log book and leave an imprint of their
personal stamp on the letterbox log book.
Look it up at www.letterboxing.org.
National Parks programs
If you have preteens or younger, the
National Parks Junior Ranger Program
cant be beat, as it provides curriculum
ideas for each park as well as a variety of
activities. A companion program is the
Passport Program, which allows both kids
and adults to have a special parks passport
stamped as they visit and learn about
various parks. See www.nps.gov/index.
htm.
Active duty personnel in the Army, Ma-
rines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard
and activated National Guard and Re-
serves can now obtain the new military
version of the America the Beautiful Na-
tional Parks and Federal Recreation Lands
Annual Pass. Service members and their
dependents get free access to more than
2,000 national parks, wildlife refuges, na-
tional forests, and other public lands
around the nation. Check with each park
for operating hours and event schedules.
Blue Star Museums
Blue Star Museums is a program that
offers free admission to museums for all
active duty, National Guard and Reserve
military personnel and their families from
Memorial Day through Labor Day. For a
list of participating museums, log on to
www.bluestarfam.org/Programs/Blue_
Star_Museums.
For any K-12 educational questions, please
contact the NBVC school liaison officer at
805-989-5211 or email monica.james@navy.
mil.
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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
Womens Bible Study: Tuesday,
10 a.m.; Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.,
Duty or Delight: Knowing Where
You Stand With God.
Mens Prayer Meeting: Wednesday,
5:30 p.m.
All Hands Bible Study: Thursday,
11:30 a.m.
Catholic Religious Education
Pre-K through high school
Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chapel of Faith
Point Mugu
Building 121
Phone: (805) 989-7967
Fax: (805) 989-7968
Protestant
Episcopal service: 11 a.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 9 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 8:15 a.m.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Chaplains serving NBVC
Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Han
Command Chaplain
Lt. Lesa Welliver
Staff Chaplain
Father Antony Berchmanz
Catholic Priest
Worship schedule
There is an old African proverb that says
when a person chooses to hold a lifelong
grudge, he or she will always suffer twice
from the same hurt. One of the liberating
ways to begin a new season is to have less
emotional baggage from our past.
Let me share a story from my hospital
chaplaincy training years ago.
I had a request from a dying man to see
a chaplain. He said he wanted to make
peace with God before he passed away.
As we were talking about his past, I no-
ticed he became very angry and animated
when he mentioned a particular employer
whom he worked for when he was in his
early 20s. Mind you, this man in the hos-
pital room was probably in his late 70s or
early 80s at the time of our conversation.
He quietly asked me what he should do
with his feelings toward his enemy from
the past.
I gave an answer that we both already
knew. He must either choose to forgive
this man or carry this grudge until his last
breath here on Earth. He grew silent and
looked away from me.
Do you think your former boss might
come into this room and make a last min-
ute act of contrition by apologizing to
you? I ventured.
He finally looked at me in the eyes again
and said, I know where you are going
with this.
When we choose to forgive someone,
we are not condoning what that person
did; nor are we playing mind games in
pretending that the offense never occurred.
Because of lifes circumstances, sometimes
we should just choose to forgive our of-
fender so we can release ourselves from
them and them from us.
Because that dying man in the hospital
was still holding a grudge, I saw with my
own eyes that even though decades and
an entire lifetime have separated him and
his former employer, his old boss still had
the power to hurt him.
This was a powerful lesson I would
never forget in my own life.
As we all begin a newseason, please ask
God to help you to let go of past grudges
so you can move forward with greater
emotional freedom and joy in your life!
God bless you all.
With forgiveness, we can move forward with joy, freedom
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Ateamfromthe Naval Surface
Warfare Center (NSWC) Port
Hueneme Divisions Air Domi-
nance Department has received
a Department of Defense (DoD)
Value Engineering (VE) Achieve-
ment award for fiscal year 2011.
The award, announced May 16,
went to the Non-Abrasive Poly-
mers Technologies Project team,
which includes WilliamAcker III,
Tim Tenopir and Joe Marquez.
In all, the Naval Sea Systems
Command won six VE Achieve-
ment awards for the fiscal year.
The Port Hueneme project was
selected for the special-award cat-
egory for developing a safe and
environmentally friendly method
for cleaning external combat sys-
tems equipment. The commer-
cially based system is safe, easy
to use and, with a standard exten-
sion pole, can reach hard-to-ac-
cess areas.
The system will reduce main-
tenance time by 75 percent and
eliminates the need for hazardous
materials. The project will result
in Navy cost savings over six years
of $295,219 for AN/SPY-1 and
MK 99 Fire Control Systems,
with replication of this idea to be
deployed for cleaning other top-
side equipment.
An awards ceremony will be
held June 27 at the Pentagon.
The Port Hueneme Division
has received at least one VE
award each of the last six fiscal
years for achievements resulting
in millions of dollars in cost sav-
ings for the Navy and improved
fleet readiness.
NSWC PHD
team honored
PHOTO BY KATHY STEWART / NSWC PHD
From left, Joe Marquez, Tim Tenopir and William Acker III, from the Air
Dominance Department at NSWC PHD, comprise the Non-Abrasive
Polymers Technologies Project team that netted the command the
Department of Defense Value Engineering Achievement award for fiscal
year 2011.
The Ventura County Military Collaborative is sponsoring a
Military and Veteran Services Expo Saturday, Aug. 11, from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Park and Recreation Auditorium, 1605 Burn-
ley St., Camarillo.
While open to all, the expo will have a particular focus on active
duty, National Guard and Reservists, plus veterans, retirees and
their loved ones.
The goal is to strengthen and publicize the network of care
available in Ventura County for our military population and provide
direct face-to-face contact with service providers and the public,
said Benjamin Wilson, site director of FOCUS, which counsels
families at Naval Base Ventura County and is part of the collab-
orative.
For information, call Wilson at 982-1976.
Military services expo Aug. 11
The 27th annual Red, White and Blue Ball will be held June 23
at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.
The Conejo Valley Chapter of the Military Order of the World
Wars and the Sgt. Michael A. DiRaimondo Chapter of the Military
Order of the Purple Heart are organizing this event, which is open
to the public. U.S. Navy. Capt. Jason Ehret, a Navy SEAL, is the
honorary chairman. Also being honored is the 2012 Patriotic Citi-
zen of the Year, Col. John Fer, who served in the U.S. Air Force
for 28 years.
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $150 and can be pur-
chased from retired Air Force Col. Jerry Knotts at 495-6962. For
more information, call retired Navy Lt. Ed Holt at 496-5286.
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By MC1 Kim McLendon
Navy Public Affairs Support Element West
Navy Operational Support Center
(NOSC) Port Hueneme honored World
War II veterans during a Spirit of 45 event
that kicked off Memorial Day weekend at
Atria Los Posas, a senior group living
home in Camarillo, close to Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme.
It was such an extraordinary honor to
meet and say Thank you for your service,
Capt. Ronald Oswald, commanding offi-
cer, NOSCPort Hueneme, said during the
Friday, May 25, event. These cherished
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and
WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer
Emergency Service) of Americas greatest
generation inspire our generation to be
better servicemen and servicewomen.
Oswald pinned flag pins onto the veter-
ans, and certificates of appreciation were
handed to the veterans by Master of Cer-
emonies Lyndsey Hale, the veterans com-
munity liaison for VITAS Innovative Hos-
pice Care. Hale is descended from two
generations of military service, and she is
a Navy spouse whose husband is current-
ly deployed.
It means a lot to our World War II
veterans to have the young local military
troops here to support and honor them,
said Hale.
Being able to shake hands and share
stories with World War II veterans was an
honor and a privilege, and I salute each
and every one, said Personnel Specialist
Seaman Taylor Perry of NOSCPort Hue-
neme. I proudly serve and will continue
serving as my heroes served to protect my
freedom.
During the intermission, veterans, in-
cluding twowomenfromthe Navy WAVES
and one fromthe U.S. Navy Nurse Corps,
told some of their stories to the Sailors
from Hueneme.
It is humbling to listen as they recount
their experiences on the sands of Iwo Jima,
over the skies of France, onthe deepwaters
of the Western Pacific, in the forests of
Germany and on the hills of Korea, said
Oswald. They paved the way, showing us
true honor, courage and commitment, val-
ues that we hold forever dear today.
Builder 2nd Class Douglas Hoffman of
NOSCPort Hueneme agreed that we have
our freedoms today because of these vet-
erans and those who didnt make it
back.
It is my humble opinion that if we fail
to respect and recognize those who did
return, it would be as if those who didnt
return sacrificed in vain, he said.
Command Master Chief Terry Delacruz
of NOSCPort Hueneme said this was the
best way to celebrate Memorial Day.
We should thank our heroes or loved
ones when they can still appreciate our
gesture, he said.
NOSC Port Hueneme honors World War II veterans
PHOTO BY MC1 KIM MCLENDON / NOSC
Capt. Ronald Oswald, the commanding officer of Navy Operational Support Center Port
Hueneme, pins a miniature American flag on the shirt lapel of Alfred Legere, retired U.S.
Marine, during the Spirit of 45 Memorial Day celebration.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
The 70th anniversary of the Battle of
Midway, which turned the tide of the Pa-
cific Theater and led to Americas defeat
of the Japanese Empire in World War II,
was commemorated Tuesday, June 5, at
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC), Point
Mugu.
Among the 200 who gathered in front of
Building 1 were 13 veterans, some of whom
were fighting in World War II as the battle
raged.
I think its awesome that theyre here,
said Senior Chief Aviation Structural Me-
chanic Homero Carrillo, who worked with
NBVC Command Master Chief Thomas
Cyr in bringing in the veterans from the
Veterans Home of California-Ventura.
This puts a face to the names of the vet-
erans we talked about today.
While no one in the audience actually
fought in the 1942 Battle of Midway, sev-
eral were in World War II at the time, and
one retired Navy lieutenant was recovering
from an emergency appendectomy in Ha-
waii.
On June 1, I had surgery in the Naval
Hospital in Hawaii, said Eyvinn Schoen-
berg, then a young flight corps specialist.
Three days later and 1,000 miles to the
northwest, the Battle of Midway began.
When it ended June 7, 307 Americans had
been killed and 145 aircraft destroyed,
along with a carrier and one destroyer.
But on the Japanese side, 4,800 had been
killed. Lost were 292 aircraft, four carriers
and one cruiser. Seven more ships were
severely damaged.
The Battle of Midway has gone down in
history as a lesson in American persever-
ance, determination and spirit.
They simply never quit, said Capt.
Todd Watkins, the deputy commodore of
Airborne CommandControl andLogistics
Wing, headquartered at NBVC Point
Mugu.
Watkins, who said studying the battle
prompted him to become a naval aviator,
was the keynote speaker for the event.
Entire squadrons were shot from the
sky,he said, but the young Americans who
fought those four days who came from
the same towns, cities and farms as the
young Sailors watching that mornings
commemoration never gave up.
Watkins described the Battle of Midway
as a hallmark of pride.
From the civilian contractors who
brought a limping USS Yorktown (CV-5)
back to life, astonishing the Japanese Navy,
to those who are resting silently in the
waters around Midway,those who fought
in the historic battle must never be forgot-
ten, he said.
After his talk, Watkins, together with
Capt. David Sasek, chief staff officer of
NBVC, Yeoman 1st Class Vanessa Gutier-
rez of the Navy Operational Support Cen-
ter Port Hueneme, and Culinary Specialist
2nd Class Jesus Fimbres took part in a
wreath-laying ceremony as an E-2CHawk-
eye performed a flyover.
Afterwards, Sailors chatted with the vet-
erans and listened to war stories. Billye
Grymwade discussed her six years in the
Navy starting in 1943, the first three as a
yeomandoing office workvery boring,
she said and the next three as a flight
attendant on Navy transport aircraft a
little too exciting.
Many of the young Sailors shook the
hands of their elder counterparts, earnest-
ly thanking them for their service.
Then it was off to the galley for lunch.
Lynda Griffin, a supervising rehabilita-
tion therapist who accompanied the veter-
ans to the base, said everyone appreciated
the day.
I think its a wonderful event, she
said.
70 years later,
World War II
turning point
remembered
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
In front of an audience of about 200, Capt. David Sasek, chief staff officer of Naval Base Ventura County, gives the introduction to the
June 5 commemoration of the Battle of Midway, which raged June 4-7, 1942, and was a turning point in World War IIs Pacific Theater.
Capt. Todd Watkins, the deputy commodore
of Airborne Command Control and Logistics
Wing, headquartered at NBVC Point Mugu,
gives the keynote address at the ceremony.
Thirteen residents of the Veterans Home
of California-Ventura were in the audience
for the 70th anniversary commemoration
of the Battle of Midway Tuesday, June 5,
at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu.
Eyvinn Schoenberg, foreground, was in a
Navy hospital in Hawaii recovering from an
appendectomy when the battle raged.
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By Lt. j.g. Alexsander Rodriguez
NOSC Port Hueneme
In May, the Navy Operational Support
Center (NOSC) Port Hueneme sponsored
its first U.S. Navy Advanced Officer Lead-
ership Course for junior officer depart-
ment heads.
The course was provided as a pilot proj-
ect to enable Reserve junior officers to
more fully understand strategic leadership
goals, opportunities and new develop-
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personal development and responsibilities,
as well as the authority and trust placed
in Navy leaders at every level.
Capt. Ronald Oswald, commanding of-
ficer of NOSC Port Hueneme, sponsored
the course, which was implemented by
Cmdrs. Keller Penrod and James Rund,
members of an advanced team from the
Center for Personal and Professional De-
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Penrod and Rund led and inspired a
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in rank from ensign to lieutenant com-
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These junior officers brought diverse
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Other course topics included how the
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NMCB 5
Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion (NMCB) 5
completed Command Post Exercise
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ty May 10.
CPX 1 is designed to increase bat-
talion readiness in the field. NMCB
5 will conduct three CPXs and one
field training exercise (FTX) this
homeport before deploying early next
year to Pacific Command.
It brings pride to me that I can
help give back to the unit and help
themget better for next year,said Lt.
Jovaughn Ewing, the NMCB 5 CPX
action officer.
Seabees trained and reacted to sce-
narios that included entry control
point (ECP) drills, small arms fire,
howto conduct patrols and briefs and
more. The battalion coordinated ef-
forts to construct a small forward
operating base (FOB) for the event.
I hope everybody gets some real
training value out of it. Our Seabees
get to do a real practical application
and have some fun, Ewing said.
The FOB was initially created from
erected tents that house a command
operations center, communications
shop and company command posts.
Communications were then estab-
lished for company line fighting posi-
tions, patrols and battalion companies
within camp.
Its great seeing everything come
together. We have multiple CPXs lined
up this homeport to help set up and
prepare ourselves for an FTX in Au-
gust, said Lt. j.g. Jonathan Kim, of-
ficer in charge for CPX 1. During
CPX 1, we set up basic communica-
tion exercises and different scenarios
that the battalion will face during
FTX.
NMCB 5 is continuing training
throughout homeport to increase Sea-
bee skills within the battalion.
For those who will be going to
FTX, it does help, said Equipment
Operator 3rd Class Shaunchai Green.
CPX 1 gives you an idea of what to
expect and how to respond to events
in future exercises and deployment.
NMCB 5 runs through scenarios it could face while deployed
PHOTO BY MC2 (SCW) ACE RHEAUME / NMCB 5
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NMCB 40
MANATUTO, Timor-Leste Seabees
fromU.S. Naval Mobile Construction Bat-
talion(NMCB) 40 conducteda ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony for the April opening of a
newschool they built withTimor-Leste De-
fense Force (F-FDTL) engineers in Mana-
tuto, Timor-Leste.
The ceremony, jointly conducted by U.S.
Ambassador Judith Fergin and the Timor-
Leste Minister of Education Joao Cancio
Freitas, represented the culmination of a
multilateral construction project between
the Seabees, F-FDTL and the local com-
munity.
The newconstructionincreasedclassroom
capacity at Manatuto Primary, also known
as Rentau Aiteas, by 20 percent. The new
100-by-35-foot facility contains three class-
rooms, a library, office space andrestrooms.
The new restroom facility uses water from
a rainwater collection systemand is not de-
pendent on the city supply system, which is
available for only two hours a day.
Duringthe humanitarianaidproject, Sea-
bees also focused on training the F-FDTL
Army engineers inconstructiontechniques.
A group of six F-FDTL Army engineers
lived and worked within the remote com-
munity to support U.S humanitarian aid
construction and to team-build with the
Seabees. The bilateral relationshipstrength-
ened relations between nations.
We are very grateful to the Seabees and
members of the F-FDTLwhohave built us
this new building. We cant thank them
enough for all they have done, said the
principal of Manatuto Primary.
Seabees took time to make friends with
the childrenbetweenclass sessions, allowing
themto participate in supervised construc-
tion of their school. Every Friday, an hour
was set aside to allow an opportunity to
participate inbuildingtheir newschool facil-
ity.
Working with the kids around was dif-
ficult at first, but once we started making
friends and talking with them it made it
easier to keep themsafe around the project
site,saidthe project supervisor, Builder 2nd
Class Eduardo Munoz.
In addition, Seabees, local residents,
school staff andkids helpedfix upthe play-
ground and paint a second building in their
free time.
It was a great feeling putting on the fin-
ishing touches, said Equipment Operator
Constructionman Lacey Barnes. It really
made me feel we accomplished some-
thing.
The project replaced a facility destroyed
in a typhoon in 1999.
We are very happy tosee this newschool
building andthankful tothe U.S. for restor-
ing the building that was lost so long ago,
said community leader Joao Da Silva.
NMCB 40 finishes building Timor-Leste school
PHOTOS BY LT. JAIME MCFARLAND / NMCB 40
BU3 Andrew Shaw is presented with a Tai
by a teacher from Manatuto, Timor-Leste, as
BU2 Eduardo Munoz looks on. Shaw served
as the Manatuto Primary School project crew
leader. The project beneficiaries include
62 faculty and staff members and 3,000
students.
Ensign Paul Manglona of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 40 is surrounded by
some of the 3,000 students from Manatuto,
Timor-Leste, who will benefit from the newly
expanded schoolhouse.
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By Kathy Stewart
NSWC Port Hueneme Division
Students from local high schools who
participated in the Naval Surface Warfare
Center (NSWC) Port Hueneme Divisions
spring 2012 Pre-Engineering Program
(PEP) were awarded with graduation cer-
tificates at the Oxnard Union High School
District office May 21.
The biannual PEP, which originated in
1998, reflects the divisions efforts to pro-
mote science, technology, engineering and
mathematics (STEM) within the academ-
ic community.
PEPs purpose is to give students inter-
ested in studying engineering the oppor-
tunity to learn how math and science
concepts are used in reality-based sce-
narios.
A total of 26 students took advantage
of the spring PEP, which began on Feb.
27 and culminated in the May graduation
ceremony. The afternoon classes were held
once a week, and engineers from around
NSWC Port Hueneme and the Naval Fa-
cilities Engineering Service Center at Na-
val Base Ventura County served as volun-
teer instructors.
Students attended presentations in a
number of disciplines, including ocean
engineering, environment engineering,
civil engineering, computer engineering,
fleet support, modeling and simulation,
and missile engineering. They also took
part in a number of experiments related
to the different disciplines.
The students who participated were
from Adolfo Camarillo High School,
Channel Islands High School, Hueneme
High School, Oxnard High School, Paci-
fica High School, Buena High School, El
Camino High School, Foothill Technol-
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Capt. (sel.) Scott Davis, deputy com-
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An interest list is forming for pre-
school tumbling classes at Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC).
Classes for children 3 to 5 years old
would be held at the youth centers at
NBVC Point Mugu, NBVC Port Hue-
neme and Catalina Heights, the military
housing complex in Camarillo.
Those interested are asked to sign up
at any of the youth centers.
Preliminary plans call for starting the
classes in September and having them
twice a week, each lasting about 45 min-
utes.
For more information, call Brett Lane,
the youth sports and fitness coordinator,
at 982-5460.
Interest list forming for
preschool tumbling class
Registration for youth basketball is
now under way through July 9.
Cost is $30 for children of military
personnel and $35 for children of De-
partment of Defense workers. The cost
includes a jersey and an end-of-season
trophy.
The season consists of one skills clin-
ic and four games that begin Friday,
Aug. 3. Games will be played Friday
nights at both Naval Base Ventura
County (NBVC) Port Hueneme and
NBVC Point Mugu.
Volunteer coaches and referees are
needed. Registration is at the Child
Youth Program youth centers.
For more information call the youth
sports and fitness coordinator at 982-
5460 or e-mail nbvc_youthsports@ya-
hoo.com.
Youth basketball
registration under way
Signups for both swim lessons and
junior lifeguards are now under way.
Signups are taken at the Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme
Aquatics Center during open swim
hours: 6 to 8 a.m., 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
At NBVC Point Mugu, signups are
accepted during the open swimhours of
6 to 8 a.m. and 11 to 1 p.m.
There are two sessions of junior life-
guard training and four sessions of swim
lessons.
For more information on cost and
available times, call 982-4753.
Sign up for swim lessons,
junior lifeguards
By EO3 Renee Harrison
NMCB 3
ROTA, Spain Seabees from Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB)
3 volunteered their time May 14 assist-
ing the all-volunteer staff at the Rota
Animal Welfare League Shelter
(RAWLS), a temporary home for aban-
doned dogs and cats.
Seven Seabees from Alfa Company
spent the day cleaning out holding pens,
playing with and walking the animals
and providing them with some needed
attention.
Cleaning up the animals living area
provided them a better place to live,
said Equipment Operator 2nd Class
Dustin Beach. It felt great to help the
animals in need.
The Alfa Company Seabees plan to
continue their volunteer project at
RAWLS throughout the duration of
their deployment.
Volunteer work assists in personal
development and is important in main-
taining a positive image of the Navy,
said Ensign Scott Christman. It is
good for the troops, good for the orga-
nization being helped and good for the
Navy.
The Seabees have spent several hours
cleaning up pine needles, pulling weeds
and removing dead tree branches from
many of the dog pens. This has enabled
the staff to use pens that were previ-
ously unusable.
Volunteering always brings me a feel-
ing of accomplishment, said Construc-
tion Mechanic 2nd Class Michael Mc-
Cracken. I know I have just given back
and helped in a meaningful way. I look
forward to continuing in the future.
NMCB 3 helps at animal shelter in Spain
PHOTO COURTESY NMCB 3
EO1 (SCW) Sarah Hollister of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 3 plays with some of
the shelter dogs at the Naval Station Rota
Animal Welfare League Shelter.
PHOTO BY CMC JESSE SHERWIN / NMCB 3
CECN Jayke Boughton, assigned to Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3,
sets up a caution sign for a construction
project now under way at Naval Station
Rota, Spain.
By Tech. Sgt. Ryan Labadens
Combined Joint Task Force
DIRE DAWA, Ethiopia Ethiopian
and U.S. personnel gathered for a ribbon-
cutting ceremony to dedicate a newschool-
house and two latrines at the Gende Gera-
da Primary School inDire Dawa, Ethiopia,
May 22.
The project, whichexemplifies the Navys
Global Force for Goodefforts, was start-
ed by previous battalions but was finished
by the Seabees of Naval Mobile Construc-
tion Battalion (NMCB) 3.
NMCB3 completed construction of two
latrines and added final touches to the
schoolhouse after their arrival in February,
said Lt. j.g. Sarah Ursetti, NMCB3 officer
in charge.
The school already hosts approximately
2,500 students. The newfour-roomschool-
house allows the school to accommodate
200 more, said the Principal Kumsa Bay-
sa.
Dire Dawa education officials plan on
using the new building to teach children
ages 5 to 6, said Kumsa. This will be the
first time the school will have the facilities
to hold a kindergarten program.
The additionof the newclassrooms will
provide great benefits for the education of
our country,said Kumsa. I would like to
say thank you to the people of the United
States government and our people who
worked with the U.S. military.
The Seabees were not alone in their con-
struction efforts, Ursetti said. Since the
project began in April 2010, several Gende
Gerada students helped the Seabee con-
struction crews whenever and wherever
they could.
It started off with three or four boys
initially, but when our crew arrived that
number grew to about seven, with several
others helping out as we neared the end,
Ursetti explained.
They helped us during every recess and
even on the weekends, said Builder 2nd
Class Benjamin Weber, NMCB3s project
supervisor for the school. They are hard
workers. I would welcome themto my crew
anytime.
The students andthe Seabees taught each
other about their cultures and a little of
their languages.
We learned a lot fromeach other,said
Builder Constructionman Jaqui Shaw.
They taught us about their culture and
we taught them about ours on top of an-
swering endless questions about America.
It was a great experience.
During the dedication ceremony, Rear
Adm. Michael Franken, Combined Joint
Task Force Horn of Africa commander,
presented each of the young students with
his command coin.
In addition, Kumsa revealed his vision
of what the new facilities will bring.
In the future, you will see many kids
filling up this school, and we will use it for
the betterment of our country, he said.
New school dedicated in Ethiopia
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Bowling, a human resources technician.
Its more convenient, and theres more
parking.
Sixteen vendors provided everything
from massage therapy to acupunc-
ture.
Louise Herrera, an administrative of-
ficer at Naval Branch Health Clinic,
was one of the 63 who had stopped by
the Port Hueneme fair during the first
hour.
Im taking advantage of this oppor-
tunity to get my health checked, she
said after completing a vision test.
Among those staffing a booth were
the organizers of the American Cancer
Societys Relay for Life event at Port
Hueneme.
The event runs for 24 hours starting
at 9 a.m. June 23. Four teams from the
base have already signed up, said Tracy
Sisson Phillips, one of the organizers.
Those interested can register online
at www.relayforlife.org/porthueneme-
ca.
Fairs draw dozens
for health checks
CONTINUED FROM 3
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Singing the BeeGees hit Stayin Alive
in his head to get the timing right, Aviation
Electronics Technician 1st Class Jeremy
Harris performed cardiopulmonary resus-
citation Thursday, June 7, in front of the
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC),
Point Mugu, Navy Exchange.
The NEX was one of 27 locations in
Ventura County with another being the
NEX at NBVC Port Hueneme where
first responders were offering lessons in
the new hands-only CPR that is being
touted as safer and just as effective as the
old method of combining chest compres-
sions and mouth-to-mouth.
This is much easier, said Harris, who
stopped by on his way to the NEX to buy
a new gas connection for his grill.
Jennifer McKinley, a medical staff
worker at the St. Johns Hospital emer-
gency room in Oxnard, said the hope is
that people turned off by the idea of per-
forming mouth-to-mouth on a stranger
wont hesitate to perform chest compres-
sions when an emergency strikes.
The new hands-only CPR has been
shown to improve survivability just as well
as the old combination technique, she
said.
From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., she and Fed-
eral Fire personnel stationed at NBVC
Point Mugu taught passersby the new
process. In the first hour, nine people
took a lesson.
Its good for everyone to learn how
to help out, said firefighter Tim
Wright. It can save lives.
Here are the four Cs to the new CPR
technique:
Check for responsiveness by shout-
ing, shaking the person and rubbing the
breastbone with your knuckles.
Call 911 or tell someone to do so if
the person is unresponsive, gasping or
not breathing.
Compress. Position the victim on
the floor, face-up. Place one hand on
the center of the chest between the
nipples and the other hand on top of
the first. Push hard at least 2 inches.
Push fast 100 compressions per min-
ute, the same tempo as Stayin
Alive.
Continue until emergency crews ar-
rive. Even if the person gasps, its not
necessarily a sign of recovery.
Hands-on lessons in hands-only CPR
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
AT1 Jeremy Harris of the Fleet Readiness
Center Southwest, Detachment Point Mugu,
practices hands-only CPR Thursday, June
7, at the Naval Base Ventura County, Point
Mugu, Navy Exchange.
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NBvC lubllo ^ffalrs 0ffloe
Guaids queslioned lle loui Alglan
sliangeis diessed in ioLes as lley a-
ioacled lleii cam, aaienlly seeling
woil, Lul lleie was a language Laiiiei;
none ol lle Sailois iesenl sole Daii.
Wlal do lley wanl' one Sailoi
asled.
Woil, mayLe'anollei said, oinling
lo lle sliangeis` icls and slovels.
Tle Sailois oled lo lel lle giou
lliougl lle liisl clecloinl, liguiing lley
weie villageis looling loi woil on Lase.
Tle second clecloinl was a lillle lougl-
ei.
Radio liglei leadquaileis, clecl lo
see il llese guys aie on a joL.
Tley weien`l, iomling a quicl ieac-
lion loice lo come in and lel liimly
uslei llem Lacl oul.
Iuclily, llis was jusl a liaining exeicise,
and lle sliangeis in ioLes weie lellow
Sailois.
Tlis is lleii liisl lime oul lleie, said
conliacloi Al Silva. We execl mislales,
Lul lley`ll gel lle Lasics lley need
leie.
Al lle Home Slalion Tiaining Ianes
(HSTI) al aval Base Venluia Counly,
Poinl Mugu, memLeis ol lle mililaiy and
local law enloicemenl can ailiciale in
a vaiiely ol liaining scenaiios, including
imiovised exlosive device (!LD) iden-
lilicalion and counleimeasuies, convoy
laclics, ioom cleaiing, seaicl laclics and
mission lanning slialegies.
HSTI is managed Ly lle alional Lx-
edilionaiy ComLal Command and son-
soied locally Ly lle 31sl SeaLee Readiness
Giou, Lul il`s nol jusl loi liaining Sea-
Lees.
We`ie iimaiily a counlei-!LDliaining
aiea, Lul we can adal lo ielly mucl
anylling leie, said Silva, a counlei-!LD
insliucloi al lle lacilily.
HSTI is oen loi use Ly non-mililaiy
oiganizalions, loo.
We lave lawenloicemenl agencies liom
lle local aiea come in wlen lleie`s lime
in oui calendai, Silva said. Tley do gel
susicious aclages. !l`s mayLe nol as
comlex as we see in Alglanislan, Lul il
is dangeious.
SeaLees liom aval MoLile Consliuc-
lion Ballalion (MCB) 5 iecenlly lool
advanlage ol lle lacilily lo liain on enliy
conliol oinl (LCP) oeialions, wlicl is
essenlially manning and conliolling gale
access.
MCB5 Biavo Comany ollen seives
as lle ieaclion loice leam on liaining
exeicises and LCP al lle gales and some-
limes on deloymenl, said Mass Com-
municalions Secialisl 2nd Class Ace
Rleaume.
\ndei lle walcllul eye ol insliucloi
Hecloi Heiieia, SeaLees sel u clecl-
oinls, conducled seaicles and inlei-
acled will locals, layed Ly lellow
SeaLees.
Allei lle exeicise, Heiieia gave lle
SeaLees oinleis and advice.
evei assume. Radio and clecl, le
said. Be olile, Lul liim. You`ie in con-
liol, Lul you can Le couileous.
!nsliuclois al HSTI lave yeais ol ex-
eiience in lle mililaiy and lave seived
in !iaq and Alglanislan. Tleii lnowl-
edge and lamiliaiily will lle leiiain and
lle mission add ciilical on-lle-giound
iealism and inloimalion lo lle exeicises,
said \lililiesman 1sl Class Kevin Swan-
son.
!`ve Leen lliougl lle liaining many
limes, Lul il`s always good lo lave a ie-
lieslei, le added. !`ve Leen lo Alglan-
islan lwice, Lul llings aie always clang-
ing.
MCB 5 comleled !LD and louse-
cleaiing liaining al HSTI iioi lo lleii
lasl deloymenl, iaclicing in louses de-
signed lo mimic lle consliuclion ol !iaqi
sliucluies, comlele will luiniluie and
signs in AiaLic. ow lle signs lave Leen
clanged lo Lellei ieiesenl lle Alglani-
slan-locused mission lle SeaLees lace.
!oi civilian, non-mililaiy oiganizalions,
HSTI`s localion is as ciilical as lle in-
sliuclois` exeilise and lle immeisive
enviionmenl.
Tley lave a lace lley can come llal
is seaiale and secuie, Silva said. Tley
can iun scenaiios willoul imacling lle
local oulace oi Leing disliacled.
!oi moie inloimalion oi lo scledule
liaining, conlacl Andy Mailens al 805-
603-9311.
Mock village at Mugu lets
deploying personnel see what
life's like where they're going
PH010S BY M02 A0E RHEA0ME / NM0B 6
Beocmlng famlllar wlth fcrelgn oustcms, language and dress ls cne cf many gcals cf havlng Seabees
and cthers attend olasses at the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt
Mugu. Here, Seabees asslgned tc Naval Mcblle Ccnstruotlcn Battallcn (NMCB) 5 ocnduot entry
ocntrcl pclnt drllls.
Seabees attaohed tc Naval Mcblle Ccnstruotlcn Battallcn (NMCB) 5 use the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt Mugu, fcr a ocmmand pcst
exerolse. These exerolses are ocnduoted durlng a battallcn`s hcmepcrt tc help lnorease deplcyment readlness.
By Andrea Rewry
Llghthcuse
An odd-looling iocl. A cooling ol
llal lools oul ol lace. A iece ol liasl
al lle side ol lle ioad, lile a walei Lollle
oi a Lox ol minls.
Lacl ol llese could Le and las Leen
an imiovised exlosive device (!LD)
lound in !iaq oi Alglanislan, and lley`ie
one ol lle Liggesl llieals lo \.S. lioos.
!l`s a game ol cal and mouse, said
Daiien Caslnei, a counlei-!LDinsliucloi
al lle Home Slalion Tiaining Ianes al
aval Base Venluia Counly, Poinl Mugu,
wleie deloying lioos lale lis couise
Leloie leaving loi oveiseas.
A deadly game indeed, and llal`s wly
u lo 4,000 mililaiy and law enloicemenl
eisonnel come lliougl lle liaining lanes
eacl yeai. SeaLees, Soldieis, Maiines, iiv-
eiine squadions, even local olice olliceis
visil lle sile lo leain lle lalesl in lle evei-
clanging woild ol !LDs.
Pailicianls leain lowand wleie !LDs
aie Leing made, low lley`ie Leing dis-
guised, wleie lley`ie Leing laced and
low lley`ie Leing delonaled.
ALoul 40 sludenls liomHueneme Higl
Sclool`s avy 1unioi ROTC iogiam ie-
cenlly louied lle sile, gelling a eel al
wlal deloying lioos aie leaining.
Caslnei slowed a laLle loaded will
equimenl used lo male !LDs includ-
ing a vaiiely ol swilcles and iadio-con-
liolled delonalois and liding sols,
including iessuie cooleis and luncl-
Loxes.
Tle sludenls saw vesls woin Ly suicide
LomLeis and leained lleii lelllale signs
sucl as Lully clolling and ioluse
sweal.
Caslnei slowed lle sludenls wlal le
calls lle anl liail.!l`s a susicious-lool-
ing ilem in llis case, an aLandoned
iille llal, uon closei inseclion, ie-
veals a coid llal leads lo an exlosive
device. Anyone wlo ieacles down and
icls u lle weaon would liiggei an ex-
losion.
Tle lalesl liend in !LDs is lo aclage
llem in liasl Ly lle side ol lle ioad. !l`s
led lo a new liase in lol zones: !l you
didn`l dio il, don`l icl il u.
Tle sludenls walled lliougl a MoLile
Counlei-!LD !nleiaclive Tiainei, Lasi-
cally a massive video game llal simulales
a aliol oi convoy liaveling lliougl a
dangeious aiea. Pailicianls need lo iec-
ognize llieals as lley male lleii way
lliougl lle couise.
Tle sludenls also sawa Maiine liaining
video llal discussed lle need lo Le con-
slanlly awaie ol lle suiioundings.
!`m glad we gol lo do llis, said An-
diew !ianco, 14, a lieslman wlo`s inlei-
esled in lle Aii !oice.
!l`s ielly inleiesling, agieed Alicia
Maicial, 15.
Cmdi. Cli Mills, lle senioi naval sci-
ence insliucloi al Hueneme Higl, de-
sciiLed lle loui as oulslanding.
!l`s imoilanl llal llese sludenls see
wleie oui lax dollais go and llal lley
undeisland low imoilanl lle delense
mission is lo oui counliy, le said.
Classes include counter-IED techniques
PH010S BY AN0REA H0WRY / LI0H1H00SE
Darren Castner, whc teaohes deplcylng trccps hcw tc reocgnlze and avcld lmprcvlsed explcslve
devloes (lLDs), shcws abcut 40 students ln the Navy 1unlcr R0TC prcgram at Hueneme Hlgh Sohccl
scme cf the elements that gc lntc maklng tcday`s lLDs. Castner`s talk was part cf a Thursday, ^prll
19, tcur cf the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt Mugu.
Darren Castner shcws students frcm the Navy
1unlcr R0TC prcgram at Hueneme Hlgh Sohccl
hcw tc reocgnlze and avcld lmprcvlsed explcslve
devloes (lLDs) durlng a reoent tcur cf the Hcme
Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura
Ccunty, lclnt Mugu.
Seabees asslgned tc Naval Mcblle Ccnstruotlcn Battallcn (NMCB) 5 ocnduot entry ocntrcl pclnt drllls durlng a tralnlng
olass at the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt Mugu. ^ replloa cf a mcsque oan be
seen ln the baokgrcund.
Clecloinls, seaicl
laclics among lle loics
coveied al Home Slalion
Tiaining Ianes
!l`s a game ol cal and
mouse.
Darren Castner
CcunterlLD lnstruotcr
Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes
!s il an emly walei
Lollle oi a deadly LomL'
Heie`s wleie eveiyone
linds oul
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NBvC lubllo ^ffalrs 0ffloe
Guaids queslioned lle loui Alglan
sliangeis diessed in ioLes as lley a-
ioacled lleii cam, aaienlly seeling
woil, Lul lleie was a language Laiiiei;
none ol lle Sailois iesenl sole Daii.
Wlal do lley wanl' one Sailoi
asled.
Woil, mayLe'anollei said, oinling
lo lle sliangeis` icls and slovels.
Tle Sailois oled lo lel lle giou
lliougl lle liisl clecloinl, liguiing lley
weie villageis looling loi woil on Lase.
Tle second clecloinl was a lillle lougl-
ei.
Radio liglei leadquaileis, clecl lo
see il llese guys aie on a joL.
Tley weien`l, iomling a quicl ieac-
lion loice lo come in and lel liimly
uslei llem Lacl oul.
Iuclily, llis was jusl a liaining exeicise,
and lle sliangeis in ioLes weie lellow
Sailois.
Tlis is lleii liisl lime oul lleie, said
conliacloi Al Silva. We execl mislales,
Lul lley`ll gel lle Lasics lley need
leie.
Al lle Home Slalion Tiaining Ianes
(HSTI) al aval Base Venluia Counly,
Poinl Mugu, memLeis ol lle mililaiy and
local law enloicemenl can ailiciale in
a vaiiely ol liaining scenaiios, including
imiovised exlosive device (!LD) iden-
lilicalion and counleimeasuies, convoy
laclics, ioom cleaiing, seaicl laclics and
mission lanning slialegies.
HSTI is managed Ly lle alional Lx-
edilionaiy ComLal Command and son-
soied locally Ly lle 31sl SeaLee Readiness
Giou, Lul il`s nol jusl loi liaining Sea-
Lees.
We`ie iimaiily a counlei-!LDliaining
aiea, Lul we can adal lo ielly mucl
anylling leie, said Silva, a counlei-!LD
insliucloi al lle lacilily.
HSTI is oen loi use Ly non-mililaiy
oiganizalions, loo.
We lave lawenloicemenl agencies liom
lle local aiea come in wlen lleie`s lime
in oui calendai, Silva said. Tley do gel
susicious aclages. !l`s mayLe nol as
comlex as we see in Alglanislan, Lul il
is dangeious.
SeaLees liom aval MoLile Consliuc-
lion Ballalion (MCB) 5 iecenlly lool
advanlage ol lle lacilily lo liain on enliy
conliol oinl (LCP) oeialions, wlicl is
essenlially manning and conliolling gale
access.
MCB5 Biavo Comany ollen seives
as lle ieaclion loice leam on liaining
exeicises and LCP al lle gales and some-
limes on deloymenl, said Mass Com-
municalions Secialisl 2nd Class Ace
Rleaume.
\ndei lle walcllul eye ol insliucloi
Hecloi Heiieia, SeaLees sel u clecl-
oinls, conducled seaicles and inlei-
acled will locals, layed Ly lellow
SeaLees.
Allei lle exeicise, Heiieia gave lle
SeaLees oinleis and advice.
evei assume. Radio and clecl, le
said. Be olile, Lul liim. You`ie in con-
liol, Lul you can Le couileous.
!nsliuclois al HSTI lave yeais ol ex-
eiience in lle mililaiy and lave seived
in !iaq and Alglanislan. Tleii lnowl-
edge and lamiliaiily will lle leiiain and
lle mission add ciilical on-lle-giound
iealism and inloimalion lo lle exeicises,
said \lililiesman 1sl Class Kevin Swan-
son.
!`ve Leen lliougl lle liaining many
limes, Lul il`s always good lo lave a ie-
lieslei, le added. !`ve Leen lo Alglan-
islan lwice, Lul llings aie always clang-
ing.
MCB 5 comleled !LD and louse-
cleaiing liaining al HSTI iioi lo lleii
lasl deloymenl, iaclicing in louses de-
signed lo mimic lle consliuclion ol !iaqi
sliucluies, comlele will luiniluie and
signs in AiaLic. ow lle signs lave Leen
clanged lo Lellei ieiesenl lle Alglani-
slan-locused mission lle SeaLees lace.
!oi civilian, non-mililaiy oiganizalions,
HSTI`s localion is as ciilical as lle in-
sliuclois` exeilise and lle immeisive
enviionmenl.
Tley lave a lace lley can come llal
is seaiale and secuie, Silva said. Tley
can iun scenaiios willoul imacling lle
local oulace oi Leing disliacled.
!oi moie inloimalion oi lo scledule
liaining, conlacl Andy Mailens al 805-
603-9311.
Mock village at Mugu lets
deploying personnel see what
life's like where they're going
PH010S BY M02 A0E RHEA0ME / NM0B 6
Beocmlng famlllar wlth fcrelgn oustcms, language and dress ls cne cf many gcals cf havlng Seabees
and cthers attend olasses at the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt
Mugu. Here, Seabees asslgned tc Naval Mcblle Ccnstruotlcn Battallcn (NMCB) 5 ocnduot entry
ocntrcl pclnt drllls.
Seabees attaohed tc Naval Mcblle Ccnstruotlcn Battallcn (NMCB) 5 use the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt Mugu, fcr a ocmmand pcst
exerolse. These exerolses are ocnduoted durlng a battallcn`s hcmepcrt tc help lnorease deplcyment readlness.
By Andrea Rewry
Llghthcuse
An odd-looling iocl. A cooling ol
llal lools oul ol lace. A iece ol liasl
al lle side ol lle ioad, lile a walei Lollle
oi a Lox ol minls.
Lacl ol llese could Le and las Leen
an imiovised exlosive device (!LD)
lound in !iaq oi Alglanislan, and lley`ie
one ol lle Liggesl llieals lo \.S. lioos.
!l`s a game ol cal and mouse, said
Daiien Caslnei, a counlei-!LDinsliucloi
al lle Home Slalion Tiaining Ianes al
aval Base Venluia Counly, Poinl Mugu,
wleie deloying lioos lale lis couise
Leloie leaving loi oveiseas.
A deadly game indeed, and llal`s wly
u lo 4,000 mililaiy and law enloicemenl
eisonnel come lliougl lle liaining lanes
eacl yeai. SeaLees, Soldieis, Maiines, iiv-
eiine squadions, even local olice olliceis
visil lle sile lo leain lle lalesl in lle evei-
clanging woild ol !LDs.
Pailicianls leain lowand wleie !LDs
aie Leing made, low lley`ie Leing dis-
guised, wleie lley`ie Leing laced and
low lley`ie Leing delonaled.
ALoul 40 sludenls liomHueneme Higl
Sclool`s avy 1unioi ROTC iogiam ie-
cenlly louied lle sile, gelling a eel al
wlal deloying lioos aie leaining.
Caslnei slowed a laLle loaded will
equimenl used lo male !LDs includ-
ing a vaiiely ol swilcles and iadio-con-
liolled delonalois and liding sols,
including iessuie cooleis and luncl-
Loxes.
Tle sludenls saw vesls woin Ly suicide
LomLeis and leained lleii lelllale signs
sucl as Lully clolling and ioluse
sweal.
Caslnei slowed lle sludenls wlal le
calls lle anl liail.!l`s a susicious-lool-
ing ilem in llis case, an aLandoned
iille llal, uon closei inseclion, ie-
veals a coid llal leads lo an exlosive
device. Anyone wlo ieacles down and
icls u lle weaon would liiggei an ex-
losion.
Tle lalesl liend in !LDs is lo aclage
llem in liasl Ly lle side ol lle ioad. !l`s
led lo a new liase in lol zones: !l you
didn`l dio il, don`l icl il u.
Tle sludenls walled lliougl a MoLile
Counlei-!LD !nleiaclive Tiainei, Lasi-
cally a massive video game llal simulales
a aliol oi convoy liaveling lliougl a
dangeious aiea. Pailicianls need lo iec-
ognize llieals as lley male lleii way
lliougl lle couise.
Tle sludenls also sawa Maiine liaining
video llal discussed lle need lo Le con-
slanlly awaie ol lle suiioundings.
!`m glad we gol lo do llis, said An-
diew !ianco, 14, a lieslman wlo`s inlei-
esled in lle Aii !oice.
!l`s ielly inleiesling, agieed Alicia
Maicial, 15.
Cmdi. Cli Mills, lle senioi naval sci-
ence insliucloi al Hueneme Higl, de-
sciiLed lle loui as oulslanding.
!l`s imoilanl llal llese sludenls see
wleie oui lax dollais go and llal lley
undeisland low imoilanl lle delense
mission is lo oui counliy, le said.
Classes include counter-IED techniques
PH010S BY AN0REA H0WRY / LI0H1H00SE
Darren Castner, whc teaohes deplcylng trccps hcw tc reocgnlze and avcld lmprcvlsed explcslve
devloes (lLDs), shcws abcut 40 students ln the Navy 1unlcr R0TC prcgram at Hueneme Hlgh Sohccl
scme cf the elements that gc lntc maklng tcday`s lLDs. Castner`s talk was part cf a Thursday, ^prll
19, tcur cf the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt Mugu.
Darren Castner shcws students frcm the Navy
1unlcr R0TC prcgram at Hueneme Hlgh Sohccl
hcw tc reocgnlze and avcld lmprcvlsed explcslve
devloes (lLDs) durlng a reoent tcur cf the Hcme
Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura
Ccunty, lclnt Mugu.
Seabees asslgned tc Naval Mcblle Ccnstruotlcn Battallcn (NMCB) 5 ocnduot entry ocntrcl pclnt drllls durlng a tralnlng
olass at the Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes at Naval Base ventura Ccunty, lclnt Mugu. ^ replloa cf a mcsque oan be
seen ln the baokgrcund.
Clecloinls, seaicl
laclics among lle loics
coveied al Home Slalion
Tiaining Ianes
!l`s a game ol cal and
mouse.
Darren Castner
CcunterlLD lnstruotcr
Hcme Statlcn Tralnlng Lanes
!s il an emly walei
Lollle oi a deadly LomL'
Heie`s wleie eveiyone
linds oul
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NMCB 40
CAMPKATUU, Palau Seabees from
U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 40 recently conducted a tour
with American high school students in
Palau using submersible robotic vehicles
to locate and image people and aircraft
Missing in Action (MIA) fromWorld War
II.
High school students fromStockbridge,
Mich., arrived at Camp Katuu in April
and were given a quick presentation by
Ensign Gregory Shultz, Hospital Corps-
man 1st Class Tabot Kwo and Construc-
tion Mechanic 1st Class Darrell Broussard
highlighting the capabilities of the U.S.
Navy Seabees and Civil Engineer Corps
(CEC). The students then toured Camp
Katuu, becoming familiar with the op-
erations of NMCB 40 Civic Action Team
(CAT) Palau.
We have eight students with us, almost
all of whom are interested in some type
of engineering in the future, said Bob
Richards, the robotics class instructor.
This is a great opportunity for them to
see some of the great work that our Sea-
bees are doing in Palau.
The Stockbridge group was in Palau for
two weeks, and in addition to meeting with
Seabees fromNMCB40, the students vis-
ited local schools and spent a large amount
of time on the water using their robot with
the BentProp Project, a non-government
organization working to document and
recover MIAs in Palau. But for the stu-
dents, the Seabees seemed to be the high-
light of their visit.
I dont know what you guys did, said
BentProp TeamLeader Patrick Scannon,
but those kids wont stop talking about
their tour with the Seabees. They had a
great experience.
Michigan students visit Palau, tour NMCB 40 camp
By Ensign Pete Fovargue
NMCB 40
CHINHAE, South Korea Seabees
from U.S. Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 40, Detail Chinhae,
participated in the Commander Naval
Forces Korea (CNFK) Regional Sailor
of the Quarter competition while de-
ployed to Commander Fleet Activities
Chinhae (CFAC) in April.
Detail Chinhae submitted nomination
packages for two high-performing Sea-
bees to the Regional CNFKcompetition,
and both were honored with awards. Con-
struction Mechanic 3rd Class Christo-
pher Allen was selected as the Junior
Sailor of the Quarter (SOQ) and Builder
Constructionman Shane Slowiak was
selected as the Blue Jacket of the Quarter
(BJOQ).
The whole experience was a great
honor to not only represent myself but
all Seabees to the commands throughout
South Korea, said Slowiak.
To be eligible for the regional Sailor of
the Quarter competition, each Sailor had
to endure an oral board in front of the
senior enlisted personnel of Chinhae Na-
val Base and be selected as the winner
for the CFAC Sailor of the Quarter. The
Sailors were evaluated on their accom-
plishments in the past three months, in-
cluding leadership, professional develop-
ment and Navy knowledge.
It gave me great pride to be given this
opportunity to display my hard work and
dedication,Allen said. The competition
also gave me a strong desire to strive for
more.
NMCB 40 is one of the fewNavy units
deployed to Korea; the remaining Sailors
in the competition for SOQ are perma-
nently stationed on the Korean penin-
sula.
In the history of CNFK, it is extreme-
ly rare for two deployed Sailors to be
chosen over the Navy personnel stationed
in Korea, but the Seabees outstanding
accomplishments this past quarter de-
manded their selection, said CFAC
Command Senior Chief Chris Organ.
2 Seabees from NMCB 40 win Regional CNFK competition
By HN Jesse R. Carter
NMCB 40
OKINAWA, Japan Sailors fromthe
3rd Dental Battalion and U.S. Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB)
40 recently visited the Camp Courtney,
Okinawa, Child Development Center
(CDC) to educate toddlers and pre-
schoolers about oral hygiene.
April is the Month of the Military
Child and Childrens Dental Health
Month, and in recognition, Sailors
educated youth about the structure of
the mouth, the importance of brushing
and proper tooth-brushing techniques.
Toddlers answered questions like How
many times do we brush our teeth daily?
and practiced properly brushing and
flossing their teeth.
I actually really like doing presenta-
tions to preschool students and love the
fact that they listen very well to direc-
tions, said Lt. Maria Sanchez.
Sanchez was one of two Navy officers
who taught the children. In addition to
explaining the functions of the mouth
and teeth, Sanchez described what a first
dental visit would entail.
Overall, the experience taught me
that kids are very good listeners and
eager to learn, Sanchez said.
The teachers enjoyed the company,
too.
The experience was great, said Kin-
jo Satsuki, a teacher at the CDC. The
children had a great experience to learn
why and how to brush and floss through
fun activities.
Sailors used Velcro and tennis balls to
simulate plaque on the teeth, getting the
children engaged with games and hands-
on activities. The childrens faces lit up
when they were given the opportunity
to brush away the tennis balls with a
large toothbrush.
The officers and corpsman were very,
very friendly, and the information they
presented was very educational, Sat-
suki said.
As the visit came to a close, the Sailors
got together to remind the children to
brush their teeth and the importance of
healthy oral hygiene. Hospitalman 3rd
Class Lewis Parker even put on a wis-
dom tooth costume.
I enjoyed the visit very much, Park-
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the kids were when they saw me in the
wisdom tooth costume. I enjoyed the
experience, especially seeing my 3-year-
old daughter, Nevaeh, laughing at
me.
Kids brush up on dentistry skills
PHOTO BY KINJO SATSUKI / CDC
Children from a child development center in Okinawa learn about proper oral hygiene and
tooth care with Lt. Kristen Estrada and Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
40 in Okinawa, Japan. The event was part of an April community relations opportunity for
Childrens Dental Health Month and the Month of the Military Child.
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The Fleet & Family
Support Center
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation.
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Confidential clinical
counseling, relocation assistance, resume
assistance, financial consultations and
many other support services are available
at your convenience at the Fleet and Fam-
ily Support Center.
Life Skills Workshops
1-2-3 Magic! (4-12 year olds): How to
stop your childs undesirable behaviors in
just seconds. Childcare available with res-
ervation, refreshments provided. Mon.,
June 18; 6 to 7:30 p.m., Catalina Heights,
Camarillo.
H.E.R. Healthy Emotional Relation-
ships: Group for women only. Meet new
friends, relax and connect with other
women. Childcare available, must register
to attend. Call 982-5326.
Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
Executive Transition Assistance Pro-
gram(XTAP): E-7 &above, retirees. Bring
medical record & DD2648 Monday. Ap-
propriate civilian attire. Spouses welcome.
Please register via your command career
counselor. Monday through Thursday,
July 9-12, daily 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Transition Assistance Program(TAP):
E-6 & below, separatees. Bring DD2648
& medical record on Monday. Appropri-
ate civilian attire. Please register via your
command career counselor. Monday-
Thursday, July 16-19, daily 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Spouse and Family Employment:
Learn job search skills and strategies, tips
on resume writing and more. Fri., June
15, 9 to 11 a.m., FFSCPoint Mugu, Bldg.
225. Call 982-2646 to register.
Corporate Resume: Cutting-edge re-
sume techniques! Call 805-982-2646 to
register. Fri., June 29, 7:30 to 9 a.m.
Federal Employment: Resumes, web-
sites and the application process. Fri., June
29, 9 to 11 a.m.
VA Assist and Paperwork Turn-in:
Hands-on assistance in filing, reopening
or appealing your VA claim. Active duty,
veterans, widows, walk-ins welcome! Wed.,
June 27, 9 a.m. to noon.
Ombudsman
Ombudsman Meeting: Ombudsman
programupdates and training. Tues., June
26, 6 to 8 p.m., FFSC, Point Mugu, Bldg.
225.
Ombudsman Basic Training: July 16-
18, 8:30 a.m. to noon, FFSC, Point Mugu,
Bldg. 225.
Sexual Assault Prevention
and Response (SAPR)
SAPR Advocate Monthly Refresher
Meeting: All command advocates are re-
quired to attend as part of annual training.
Thurs., June 28, 10 to 11 a.m.
Data Collection Coordinator Training:
Required training for DCCs. Wed., June
25, 9 to 11 a.m.
Operation Prepare
Disaster Preparedness: Information
and hands-on activities to help you pre-
pare for disasters. Thurs., June 28, 11:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
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Victim Advocate Services
Victim advocates can conduct safety
planning; assist with obtaining emergen-
cy shelter and housing; assist in obtaining
protective orders; provide information on
reporting options, as well as divorce or
custody; provide information on transi-
tional compensation and make referrals
to community agencies. Call 982-4117 to
speak to an advocate.
Exceptional Family Member
EFMP Overview: Come and learn
about the Exceptional Family Member
Program and how it can benefit you and
your family! Wed., June 27, 11 a.m. to
noon. Classes also available at your com-
mand spaces.
Parents Support Network: Meet with
other EFMP families and share resources.
Meets second Wednesday of every month.
Please call for location, 989-1682.
IA Readiness and Deployment
IA Family Connection: Whether this
is your first or 21st experience with deploy-
ments or IAs, join others in this family
connection and meet with spouses of de-
ployed service members. Share your
knowledge of how to thrive during this
experience. Thurs., June 21, 3 to 4 p.m.
Relocation
Married to the Military: Learn about
military benefits, family programs, Navy
jargon and customs. Wed., June 20; 9:30
to 11:30 a.m.
Smooth Move: Make your PCS move
easy, simple and smooth. Save money,
learn about all your entitlements. Wed.,
June 27; 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Sponsor Training: Ensure that desig-
nated command personnel have the neces-
sary training to successfully fulfill their
role as command sponsors. Wed., July 18,
3 to 4 p.m.
Financial Management
Financial counseling by appointment.
Are you juggling your bills? Need financial
advice? An FFSC financial counselor is
available Monday through Friday at the
Hueneme or Mugu FFSC. Call 982-3640
(Port Hueneme) or 989-8844 (Point
Mugu). Information available on car buy-
ing, understanding your TSP, planning for
retirement, getting a 720 credit score, sav-
ing and investing, home buying and de-
veloping a spending plan. Financial class-
es available at your command space. Call
982-3640 or 982-3102 to schedule any of
the classes.
Command Financial Specialist Train-
ing: E-6 and above must attend all ses-
sions. Call 989-8844 to register. Monday-
Thursday, June 18-21, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., Friday, June 22, 7:30 to 10 a.m.
New Parent Support
Special Event: New Parent Support
Summertime Potluck Picnic. Dads with
kids 0-3 years! Families welcome! June 14,
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Pearl Court Recre-
ation Room. Food, fun, music, special arts.
Information: 982-5037.
Playtime for Toddlers: An interactive
parent-toddler playgroup for babies 15-36
months. Thursdays, 10 to 11 a.m. Call 982-
5037 for location.
New Mamas: For expecting mamas
and mamas with babies 015 months old.
Information, education and support.
Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Yoga Mamas: A gentle stretch for ex-
pecting and new mamas. Tuesdays, 12:30
to 1:45 p.m., Bee Fit Center.
Newborn 411: Information &support
for parents of newborns 0-16 weeks.
Wednesdays, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Please
feel free to drop-in.
Breast Feeding: Pumps, solids and
weaning. Thurs., June 21, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Before Birth: Common discomforts
and remedies. Preparing for your labor
day: hospital tours, labor support, breath-
ing techniques and labor overview. What
you must have for baby! Thurs., June
28; 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Free food distribution
Saturday, June 23: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Bldg. 19, near the Pleasant Valley Gate
on NBVCPort Hueneme. Food items vary
frommonth to month. Requirements: Ac-
tive duty E-6 and below or their spouses;
bring an LES and only one issue per fam-
ily. E-7 with two or more dependents may
qualify. Income guideline statement avail-
able 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
sandra.lyle@navy.mil.
Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
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Registration for the annual Surf Contest,
to be held at Naval Base Ventura County,
Point Mugu, Aug. 18-19, opens Friday, June
15, at www.active.com.
This event draws world-class surfers and
is open to the general public both days. The
Las Posas Gate will be open from 6 a.m. to
3 p.m. each day, and shuttle buses will run
continuously between the parking lots and
the event site until 5 p.m.
All persons coming on base must carry
their photoIDwiththemat all times. Persons
and vehicles are subject to search. Pets are
not allowed; service animals clearly marked
as suchwill be permitted. Cameras with100
millimeter lenses or smaller will be allowed.
Anyone witha larger lens will be requiredto
register with Public Affairs as media.
Food and drink will be sold by on-base
Morale, Welfare & Recreation vendors. All
sales are cash only and ATMs will not be
available, as the beach is in a remote loca-
tion.
Vendors must register no later than July 6
to participate. For more information, call
982-5395.
Surf Contest registration opens June 15
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periodontal disease and even tooth loss.
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most important ways you can protect your mouth from cavity-causing
plaque and gum disease. Consider this: every tooth has fve surfaces
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plaque from your teeth.
Your newBright Now! Dental offce in Oxnard wants to remind you that
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This is the 13th year the base has host-
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won two years in a row. James Bales of
Colorado finished as a captain in 2010
and as a major in 2011. In the womens
race, 1st Lt. Kathy Rakel also finished first
both years.
Last years AFTCwas held in April, and
lowtide, wind and cold temperatures made
for a slow race, with the winning times 4
minutes off the previous year. Lightning
storms the day before had threatened the
swim portion of the triathlon, but skies
cleared in time.
Only people with base access and the
participants and their guests who have
registered on active.com will be allowed
on NBVC for the event. The visitor list
will be at the Las Posas Gate, which will
be open from 6 to 8 a.m. for event traffic.
All participants, volunteers and guests will
be directed to park near the corner of
Ronald Reagan Boulevard and Laguna
Street and will be shuttled to the race site
from there.
For more information, call 989-7378.
Final times for the Admirals Cup will
be posted on eternaltiming.com.
Triathlons slated for June 23
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Volunteers from the Naval Base Ven-
tura County community are needed be-
tween 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. June 23, the day
of the Admirals Cup triathlon and the
U.S. Armed Forces Triathlon Champion-
ships, to staff water stations and work the
finish line, the swim-to-bike transition area
and the bike-to-run transition area.
Volunteers are also needed to help with
set-up, crowd control and clean-up.
All event volunteers will receive a free
t-shirt and lunch. Active duty military
volunteers will also receive a letter of ap-
preciation for their volunteer service.
Email amanda.haskell@navy.mil for
information or to sign up.
Volunteers needed to help at triathlons
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NAVAL BASE
VENTURA COUNTY
2011 CONSUMER
CONFIDENCE REPORT
IS MY TAP WATER SAFE TO DRINK?
Yes. Your drinking water meets all U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) and California Department of
Public Health (CDPH) water quality standards.
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) is committed to
providing you complete and accurate information regarding
the safety of the water you drink. Required annually by
the CDPH, this Consumer Confdence Report (CCR)
includes information showing the quality of the drinking
water delivered to personnel and residents at NBVC Point
Mugu, Port Hueneme, and San Nicolas Island (SNI) during
the previous calendar year. The report also includes details
about where your water comes from, what it contains, and
how it compares to State standards.
Note: This report contains important information about your
drinking water. Please share this information with all the
other people who drink this water, especially those who may
not have received this notice directly (for example, people
in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You
can do this by posting this public notice in a public place or
distributing copies by hand or mail. Translate it, or speak with
someone who understands it.
Spanish: Este informe contiene informacin muy importante
sobre su agua potable. Tradzcalo hable con alguien que lo
entienda bien.
WHERE DOES MY WATER COME FROM?
Point Mugu and Port Hueneme
NBVC Point Mugu and Port Hueneme receive the same
drinking water as the City of Port Hueneme and the
Channel Islands Beach Community District, which is
purchased from the Port Hueneme Water Agency (PHWA).
The PHWA provides treatment to groundwater that
comes primarily from the United Water Conservation
District (United). Uniteds water, in turn, comes from
local groundwater resources in the El Rio area of Ventura
County. This water is pumped from shallow wells drilled into
the Oxnard and Fox Canyon aquifers, which are fed by
the Santa Clara River drainage basin. The drainage basin
receives water from various sources such as: percolative
contributions from regional rainfall, rivers, and streams;
and to a far lesser degree contribution from the percolation
of wastewater treatment plants, and agricultural runoff.
PHWAs water treatment plant uses two different types
of state-of-the-art membrane fltration technologies to
treat Uniteds water. These desalination techniques are
known as reverse osmosis (RO) and nano-fltration (NF).
Three treatment trains operate side-by-side and each one
produces between 1 and 1.5 million gallons of drinking water
every day.
The treatment process softens the water received from
United by lowering the mineral content and minimizes
the corrosiveness of the water through the addition of sodium
hydroxide. The water is disinfected using chloramines instead
of chlorine. Chloramines have better taste, fewer odors,
and reduce the formation of Disinfection By-Products
(DBPs) in the water, which is a known carcinogen.
Fish owners should chemically remove the chloramines from
the PHWA water when preparing fsh tank water. Failure to
remove the chloramines could result in risk to the aquatic life
in the tank.
State water imported by the Metropolitan Water District
of Southern California (MWD) is an additional water
source for the PHWA. MWD imports water from northern
California via the State Water Project through a network
of reservoirs, aqueducts, and pump stations. The State water
is fltered and disinfected by MWD surface water treatment
plants and brought into Ventura County by Calleguas
Municipal Water District (Calleguas). Calleguas brings
the State water to the PHWA treatment plant, where it
is blended with the treated United water and then delivered
to you. The blended water contains about 2.5 parts per
million chloramines. The concentration of chloramines
is within the water quality standards intended to safeguard
public health.
In October 2001, United completed a Source Water
Assessment for its drinking water wells. This assessment
provides a survey of potential contamination sources
of the groundwater that supplies Uniteds well. Activities
that constitute the highest risk are petroleum storage
tanks and fueling operations, septic systems, and abandoned
animal feedlots. Groundwater at United is vulnerable
to contamination by MTBE, a gasoline additive. No
MTBE has been detected in Uniteds wells as of this
report. United continues to monitor the water quality of its
delivered water. A new Surface Water Sanitary Survey
was completed in January 2011 and was submitted
to CDPH. Copies of the Source Water Assessment Survey /
Surface Water Sanitary Survey are available from United at
(805) 525-4431.
In December 2002, MWD completed its Source Water
Assessment of its State Water Project supplies. State Water
Project supplies are considered to be the most vulnerable
to urban/storm water runoff, wildlife, agriculture, recreation,
and wastewater. A copy of the assessment can be obtained
by contacting MWD at (213) 217-6850.
San Nicolas Island
The Navy produces drinking water for NBVC SNI through
the desalination of sea water. The RO treatment plant
draws seawater from beach wells, desalinates, and treats the
water in two RO units. The waste brine from the RO units
is discharged to a beach wet well.
A monitoring violation was issued to NBVC SNI in 2011 due
to a missed sample. On October 4, 2011, a perchlorate sample
collected at the raw water sample point, located prior to
the reverse osmosis treatment process, exceeded the
maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 6 parts per billion.
The sample result was 8.7 parts per billion. NBVC personnel
did not collect a follow up sample within 48 hours as
required by the Safe Drinking Water Act. Notifcation was
provided to the CDPH and subsequent samples collected
at both the raw water sample location and treated water
sample locations were below the MCL of 6 parts per billion.
Perchlorate is typically removed from source water by
the reverses osmosis treatment process, therefore the CDPH
agreed to move NBVC SNIs point of compliance for
perchlorate from the raw water sample location to a treated
water sample location.
HOW IS MY WATER MONITORED?
NBVC monitors the drinking water quality by taking daily,
weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual water samples
according to federal and state drinking water regulations.
The site specifc tables in this report list the drinking water
constituents that were detected during 2011 calendar year.
The PHWA water system failed to collect a sample as
required for drinking water standards during the past year
and, therefore, was in violation of their permit. PHWA
is required to monitor your drinking water for specifc
contaminants on a regular basis. During calendar year
2011, PHWA did not complete the general mineral/physical
analysis of their treated water. However, before the water
is delivered to PHWA, UWCD and Calleguas monitored
these constituents and their concentrations are within
health standards. Furthermore, the treatment provided by
PHWA improves or maintains the water quality provided
to their customers. PHWA will resume sampling in 2012.
There is nothing you need to do at this time.
WHY ARE CONTAMINANTS IN MY WATER?
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled
water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs,
springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the
land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring
minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can
pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or
from human activity. Contaminants that may be present in
source water before it is treated include the following:
Microbial Contaminants Viruses and bacteria, which
may come from sewage
treatment plants, septic
systems, agricultural livestock
operations and wildlife.
Inorganic Contaminants Salts and metals, that can be
naturally-occurring or result
from urban storm water
runoff, industrial or domestic
wastewater discharges, oil and
gas production, mining or
farming.
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MCL
PHG
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CMWD
SOURCE
UWCD SOURCE
BWRDF
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(Blended)
Violation?
Typical
Source of Chemical
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23% 77% 100%
Turbidity (Clarity) (a) NTU TT (0.3) NS 0.05 0.14 0.1 No Soil Runoff
100% 100% 100%
LEAD AND COPPER
Lead (NBVC PM) ppm 0.015 0.0002 Range ND-0.006 No
90th
percentile value
0.0024
Copper (NBVC PM) ppm 1.3 0.3
Range 0.005-0.43 No
90th
percentile value
0.276
Total Coliform Bacteria (b) 2 or 5% 0 Range 0% 0% 0% No Natural in Environment
Average 0% 0% 0% No
(b) 2 0 Range 0% 0% 0% No Natural in Environment
Average 0% 0% 0% No
Total ppb 80 NS Range 15-44 19.8-49.8 24.1-43.3 No By-product of drinking water chlorination
Trihalomethanes (c) Highest RAA 24 30.3 30.8
Haloacetic Acids (c) ppb 60 NS Range 4-9 1-6 1.8-6.7 No By-product of drinking water chlorination
Highest RAA 6 4.06 3.5
Bromate (d) ppb 10 0 Range ND-8.8 N/A N/A No By-product of drinking water chlorination
Highest RAA 5.9 N/A N/A
Total Chlorine Residual ppm [4.0] [4] Range 1.8-2.0 1.3-2.4 2.0-3.31 No Drinking water disinfectant added for
Highest RAA 1.9 1.91 2.7 treatment
Total (NBVC) ppb 80 NS Range N/A N/A 21.6-33 No By-product of drinking water chlorination
Trihalomethanes (c) Highest RAA N/A N/A 25.6
Haloacetic Acids (HAA5) ppb 60 NS Range N/A N/A ND-4 No By-product of drinking water chlorination
(NBVC) (c) Highest RAA N/A N/A 1.9
ppm [4.0] [4] Range N/A N/A 1.27-2.73 No Drinking water disinfectant added for
Highest RAA N/A N/A 2.1 treatment
Aluminum ppb 1,000 600 Range 61-99 ND ND No Erosion of natural deposits;
Average 82 ND ND residue from water treatment process
Nitrate (e) ppm 10 10 Range 0.4-0.5 ND 1.8 No Runoff & leaching from fertilizer use & sewage;
(as N) Average 0.4 ND 1.8 erosion of natural deposits
Treatment-related Fluoride (f) ppm 2 1 Range 0.7-0.9 0.7-0.8 0.81-1.2 No Water additive that promotes strong teeth
Highest RAA 0.8 0.75 0.98
Nitrate ppm 45 45 Range ND 4.7-9.5 ND-0.017 No
Runoff and leaching from fertilizer use; leaching
from septic tanks and sewage; erosion of natural
(as NO3) Average ND 6.7 0.008 deposits
Selenium ppb 50 50 Range ND 5-9 4 No Discharge from refineries, mines and chemical
Average ND 7 4 manufacturers, runoff.
Arsenic ppb 10 0.004 Range 2.3 3 ND No Erosion of natural deposits; runoff from
Average 2.3 3 ND orchards; electronics production wastes
Uranium pCi/L 20 0.43 Range ND-2 4.63-8.41 N/A No Erosion of natural deposits
Average 1 4.63 N/A
Gross Alpha pCi/I 15 (0) Range ND 4.3-6.68 N/A No Erosion of natural deposits
Average ND 5.29 N/A
Gross Beta (g) pCi/L 50 (0) Range ND - 4 N/A N/A No Decay of natural deposits and manmade
Average ND N/A N/A deposits
Odor Threshold TON 3 -- Range ND ND ND No Naturally occurring organic materials
Average ND ND ND
Specific Conductance S/cm 1,600 -- Range 420-754 1010-1270 429-687 No Substances that form ions when in water;
Average 500 1156 594 seawater influence
Sulfate ppm 500 -- Range 54-58 308-420 140 No Runoff/leaching from natural deposits;
Average 56 374 140 industrial wastes
Total Dissolved Solids ppm 1,000 -- Range 280-290 670-900 287-460 No Runoff/leaching from natural deposits
Average 280 803 398
N-Nitrosodimethylamine ppt NS NS Range ND-9 N/A N/A
Average 5 N/A N/A
Boron ppb NS NL=1000 Range 190 500-600 0.7
Average 190 550 0.7
Hardness (Total Hardness) ppm NS Range 100-120 400-467 170
Average 110 433 170
pH pH units NS Range 8.1-8.4 7.2 7.6
Average 8.2 7.2 7.6
Potassium ppm NS Range 3 4 4.1
Average 3 4 4.1
Chlorate ppb NS NL=800 Range 26 ND N/A
Average 26 ND N/A
Chromium (Total) ppb NS Range ND ND-2 ND
Average ND ND-2 ND
Corrosivity (h) AI NS Range 12 11.8-11.9 11
Average 12 11.85 11
Radon pCi/L NS Range ND 129-364 N/A
Average ND 274 N/A
Total Organic Carbon ppm NS Range 1.6-2.1 0.8-1.3 N/A
Average 1.9 1.03 N/A
Sodium ppm NS Range 52-57 71-79 44
Average 54 75 44
Vanadium ppb NS NL=50 Range 3 N/A ND
Average 3 N/A ND
NBVC, PORT HUENEME/POINT MUGU 2011 WATER QUALITY REPORT
Percent of Supply
Highest Single Value - TT= % of samples < 0.3 NTU
Total Coliform Bacteria (NBVC)
REGULATED CONTAMINANTS WITH PRIMARY MCLs
DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS, DISINFECTANT RESIDUALS AND DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCT PRECURSORS
MICROBIOLOGICAL
Internal corrosion of household
water plumbing systems. Samples collected at
NBVC PM.
Total Chlorine Residual (NBVC)
RADIOLOGICALS - analyzed every three years for four consecutive quarters (MWD sampled 2011, CMWD sampled 2009, 2010 and 2011)
INORGANIC CHEMICALS
FEDERAL UNREGULATED CHEMICALS REQUIRING MONITORING (UCMR 2)
Internal corrosion of household
water plumbing systems. Samples collected at
NBVC PM.
SECONDARY STANDARDS - AESTHETIC STANDARDS
ADDITIONAL PARAMETERS - Unregulated
NBVC 2011 Consumer Confdence Report
Pesticides & Herbicides May come from a variety of sources such as agriculture,
urban storm water runoff, and residential uses.
Organic Chemicals Including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals,
which are by-products of industrial processes and
petroleum production, and can also come from
gas stations, urban storm water runoff, agricultural
application, and septic systems.
Radioactive Contaminants Can be naturally-occurring or be the result of oil and gas
production and mining activities.
To ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA and CDPH prescribe regulations that
limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems.
CDPH regulations also establish limits for contaminants in bottled water that provide the
same protection for public health.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general
population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing
chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS
or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and some infants can be particularly
at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking tap water from
their health care providers. EPA/Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines on
appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbial
contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.
Radon is a radioactive gas and known human carcinogen that you cannot see, taste, or
smell. Found throughout the U.S., radon can move up through the ground and into a
home through cracks and holes in the foundation. Radon can build up to high levels in
all types of homes. Radon can also get into indoor air when released from tap water as a
result of showering, washing dishes, and other household activities. Compared to radon
entering the home through soil, radon entering the home through tap water will in most
cases be a small source of radon in indoor air. Breathing air containing radon can lead to
lung cancer. Drinking water containing radon may also cause increased risk of stomach
cancer. If you are concerned about radon in your home, test the air in your home. Testing
is inexpensive and easy. Fix your home if the level of radon in your air is 4 picocuries per
liter of air (pCi/L) or higher. There are simple ways to fx a radon problem that are not
too costly. For additional information, call your State radon program at (800) 745-7236
or call EPAs Radon Hotline at (800) SOS-RADON.
HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION?
For additional information or questions regarding this report, please contact, Naval Base
Ventura County Water Quality Program Manager at (805) 982-2969.
Other Contacts
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Offce of Ground Water & Drinking Water
Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800) 426-4791
www.epa.gov/ogwdw
Water Quality Data
The following table summarizes drinking water contaminants detected in the water
delivered to NBVC Port Hueneme and Point Mugu during the 2011 calendar year.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least
small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily
indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and
potential health effects can be obtained by calling the EPAs Safe Drinking Water Hotline
at (800) 426-4791. Unless otherwise noted, the data presented in these tables is from
testing done January 1 through December 31, 2011. The State requires that we monitor
for certain contaminants less than once per year because the concentrations of these
contaminants are not expected to vary signifcantly from year to year. Some of the data,
though representative of water quality, is more than one year old.
Terms & Abbreviations Used In This Report
AI: Aggressiveness Index
Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL): The highest level of a contaminant allowed in drinking water. Primary MCLs are set as close to the PHGs (or MCLGs) as economically and technologically feasible.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal
(MCLG):
The highest level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. The USEPA set MCLGs.
Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level
(MRDL):
The level of a disinfectant added for water treatment that may not be exceeded at the consumer's tap.
Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level
Goal (MRDLG):
The level of a disinfectant added for water treatment below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLs are set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Primary Drinking Water Standards
(PDWS):
MCLs and MRDLs for contaminants that affect health along with their monitoring and reporting requirements, and water treatment requirements.
Public Health Goal (PHG): The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. The California EPA sets PHGs.
Regulatory Action Level (AL):
Secondary Drinking Water Standards
Treatment Technique (TT):
The level of a contaminant, which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements, which a water system must follow. MCLs for contaminants that affect taste,
odor, or appearance of the drinking water. Contaminants with SDWSs do not affect the health at the MCL level. A required process intended to reduce the level of a
contaminant in drinking water.
CMWD SOURCE Calleguas Municipal Water District- Surface Water Source
UWCD SOURCE United Water Conservation District
BWRDF SOURCE Brackish Water Reclamation Demonstration Facility (BWRDF) - Samples taken after CMWD Source and BWRDF water sources were blended.
MWD Metropolitan Water District
UNITS:
ppm Parts per million or milligrams per liter (mg/L). NA Not analyzed
ppb Parts per billion or micrograms per liter (ug/L) NTU Turbidity (clarity) unit of measure
ppt Parts per trillion or nanograms per liter (ng/L) TT Treatment Technique to reduce level in water
ppq Parts per quadrillion or picograms per liter (pg/L) S/cm MicroSiemen per Centimeter
pCi/L Pico curies per liter (a measure of radiation) UR Unregulated MCL, MCLG or PHG
MPN Most probable number NL Notifcation Level
ND Not detectable at testing limit NR Not Required
NS No standard or not applicable S1 Saturation Index
RAA Running annual average TON Threshold odor number
(a) The turbidity level of fltered water shall be less than or equal to 0.3 NTU in 95% of the measurements taken each month and shall not exceed 0.1 NTU at any time.
Total coliform MCLs: No more than 5.0% of the monthly samples may be total coliform positive (or 2 samples if a system collects less than 40 samples per month). Calleguas and
(b) NBVC collect less than 40, Metropolitan collects greater than 40. Fecal coliform/E. coli MCLs: The occurrence of 2 consecutive total coliform positive samples, one of which
containing fecal coliform/E. coli, constitutes an acute MCL violation. These MCLs were not violated in 2011.
(c) Compliance is based on a running annual average of quarterly distribution system samples.
(d) Compliance for treatment plants that use ozone is based on a running annual average of monthly samples. UWCD water is not subject to these requirements.
(e) State MCL is 45 mg/L as Nitrate, which equals 10.16 mg/L as Nitrogen.
(f) The Metropolitan Water District treats their water by adding fuoride to the naturally occurring level in order to help prevent dental cavities in consumers. The fuoride levels in the
treated water are maintained within a range of 0.7-1.3 ppm, as required by Department of Public Health regulations.
(g) The gross beta particle activity MCL is 4 millirem/year annual dose equivalent to the total body or any internal organ. The screening level is 50 pCi/L.
(h) The gross beta particle activity MCL is 4 millirem/year annual dose equivalent to the total body or any internal organ. The screening level is 50 pCi/L.
Note: Values in shaded areas are from PHWA's 2010 analysis. PHWA inadvertently removed this sampling from its 2011 sample schedule. PHWA has reinserted this sample requirement for 2012.
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Thursday, June 14
7pm: The Lucky One PG13
Friday, June 15
7pm: The Lucky One PG13
9pm: The Five-Year Engagement R
Saturday, June 16
2pm: The Pirates Band of Mists 3D PG
5pm: The Lucky One PG13
8pm: The Five-Year Engagement R
Sunday, June 17
2pm: The Pirates Band oI Misfts PG
5pm: Think Like a Man PG13
Friday, June 15
7pm: Act of Valor R
Saturday, June 16
2pm: Journey 2:
Mysterious Island PG
4pm: The Vow PG13
7pm: Safe House R
Sunday, June 17
2pm: AThousand Words PG13
4pm: One for the Money PG13
All base movies are FREE. Authorized patrons include: Active duty & Dependents, Reservists,
Retirees, & DoD Civilians. Listings are subject to change without notice. For up-to-date movie
listings please call the MWR Movie line at (805) 982-5002
Thursday, June 21
7pm: The Five-Year Engagement R
Friday, June 22
7pm: The Pirates Band oI Misfts PG
9pm: The Raven R
Saturday, 1une 23
2pm: The Pirates Band of Mists 3D PG
5pm: Dark Shadows PG13
8pm: The Five-Year Engagement R
Sunday, June 24
2pm: The Pirates Band oI Misfts PG
5pm: The Raven R
Friday, June 22
7pm: Gone PG13
Saturday, 1une 23
2pm: The Muppets PG
4pm: John Carter PG13
7pm: 21 Jump Street R
Sunday, June 24
2pm: Journey 2:
Mysterious Island PG
4pm: Act of Valor R
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Base Ventura County, Port Hue-
neme, installed a new tile floor
and baseboard and recoated and
repainted the walls to give the
room a completely new look.
They also retiled the kitchen area
and a back entrance.
The work is estimated to have
saved the Boys & Girls Club
about $10,000 in construction
costs.
This building is more than 40
years old, and it needs lots of
TLC, said Laurel Wilvert, unit
director for the facility, located
at 590 E. Pleasant Valley Road,
within walking distance of the
base. The Seabees have been
awesome. They figured out what
was needed, then they brought
the bodies.
The project began with Chief
Builder Tim Fabrey, who has
been volunteering as a coach at
the Boys & Girls Club for five
years and knew the building
needed work. As the community
service representative for the
Chief Petty Officers Association
of the Center for Seabees and
Facilities Engineering (CSFE), he
brought up the renovation idea
and had immediate buy-in.
But when they visited the site,
the chief petty officers realized
they couldnt do it by themselves.
The group approached NBVCs
Command Master Chief Thom-
as Cyr, who took it to Command
Master Chief Delbert Terrell of
Naval Mobile Construction Bat-
talion (NMCB) 5, which had re-
cently returned from deploy-
ment.
Terrell put Chief Builder Logan
Ashincharge, andthe Seabees got
towork. Using supplies purchased
by Hueneme Police Chief Kath-
leen Sheehan and other civic lead-
ers, 15 to 30 Seabees worked from
9 a.m. to 4
p.m. over several days, installing
tile and recoating the walls.
Its not difficult in its complex-
ity, its just tedious, said Chief
Builder Tom Sanchez, one of the
Seabees hard at work on a recent
day. Its a lot of tiling and grout-
ing. Putting in the tile is easy, its
the grouting afterwards that takes
a lot of patience.
About halfway through the
project, Fabrey was pleased with
what he was seeing.
Its really brightening things
up,he said. Imglad were help-
ing the community and giving the
kids a better place to hang out.
By the end of the project, the
Seabees had installed more than
2,000 square feet of tile and re-
coated and painted about 1,000
square feet of wallspace.
It is always a pleasure when we
canhelpout the local community,
Terrell said. No one is successful
by themselves, so joining forces
withNBVC, CSFE, NMCB5 and
the Boys and Girls Club to help
provide a place for our future lead-
ers to hang out and growis pretty
cool.
Between 150 and 180 children
6 to 18 years old go to the center
every day during the school year.
During the summer, daily atten-
dance ranges from 100 to 125.
Thats a lot of kids, Sheehan
pointed out, calling the finished
product spectacular.
The Seabees contributed
tirelessly their effort, energy
and expertise, she said. This
project is resulting ina muchmore
positive environment for the kids,
and in the long run, it is keeping
our kids on the right path.
Seabees install tile and recoat, repaint walls at youth center
PHOTO BY MC2 (SCW) ACE RHEAUME / NMCB 5
BUC Tim Fabrey, a Seabee assigned to the Center for Seabees and
Facilities Engineering, shows how to properly place tile at the Boys &
Girls Club of America at Port Hueneme.
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LOST: Diamond Necklace,
Thousand Oaks area,
parking lot of Muvico.
REWARD! 805-901-6567
VCS309024
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Beverly Dr. & L St., Oxnard.
805-377-6488 VCS309210
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310-702-0333 VCS308376
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VCS308827
LOST TURTLE, in Simi
near Soija & Galena
805-583-2371 or 805-660-8881
VCS309207
DONATIONS
NEEDED
Clothing, housewares,
electronics, books,
accessories, etc.
Help improve the lives
of individuals with
developmental disabilities.
Call The Arc Foundation
Thrift Stores to
schedule a pick-up
800-228-1413
VCS308028
Dodgers 5/29
4 Bobbleheads per tix
Field 29(2) $73ea
3 Loge Level $35ea
Res Level $25ea
Dodger 6/11
v Angels res lev $19ea
(805)276-4095 VCS308068
ALL CASH
BUYING
All U.S. Silver, Gold
and Copper Coins,
Large & Small Collections.
Foreign Coins Medals -
Tokens. Gold Jewelry
Broken or unwanted Gold
Jewelry. Scrap Gold
& Silver. Dental Gold.
Sterling Flatware
Watches
1211 Maricopa, Ojai
40 Years Buying
805-646-4904
VCS307622
Antique Evaluations
Sunday, June 24
from 12 noon - 5 p.m.
$5.00 per item
Belle Antiques
31139 Via Colinas, #203
Westlake Village
818-889-1030
Belleantiques1@gmail.com
Please RSVP! VCS309183
ANTIQUES:
Walnut table w/ 5 leaves,
$900, Oak postal bench,
$400. Oak Hoosier $300.
Hanging lamp w/ red glass
shade $350. 6 Chippendale
chairs, $1300.
All prices negotiable.
805-525-3130 leave message
VCS308197
BUYING
Coins 1964 & Older
Dimes - $1.70
Quarters - $4.25
Halfs - $8.50
Dollars - $22.00 & up
C.C. $$ - cased $135
Coin Collections
Gold Coins - Call
Gold Scrap
Mexico Wanted
Sterling Pieces
Pocket Watches
Indian Baskets
Free Appraisals
805-646-2631
VCS308067
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Planning
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Call Us-Get More
We come to you
Buying antiques &
fine estate items:
fine jewelry and
costume jewelry,
sterling flatware
& serving pieces,
perfume bottles,
figurines, Lladro,
furn & lots more
Call Carol Now!
818-521-6955
Established 1984.
All of Conejo, Camarillo,
Vta County VCS308606
Collector selling dolls, Intl. &
Raggedy Anns, old print
cases, Dansk dishes, small
glass beads, king spread &
shams. Call for info/appt.,
805-388-0870 VCS308583
NEED CASH?
BUYING GOLD
Paying $22.00 per gram for
14 carat. 805-646-2631
VCS308066
WANTED: Old American
Indian Items, old oriental
rugs, old estate jewelry,
gentlemans fine watches,
silver & gold coins & objects.
Cash paid. Cell 805-218-7407
VCS305909
WANTED: Swords, Japanese
& Civil War, German
daggers, antique weapons,
military. CASH. All Asian
Antiques Chinese/Japanese.
(818)992-4803 VCS308050
Wanted to buy old original
Rolex wristwatch.
Any condition. Cash
Ray 310-534-5452 VCS308078
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*call stores for details
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Repair & Sales
Refrigerators, walk-in
coolers, ice machines, etc
*** From $99.00 ***
FREE Estimates!
Will Pick Up Dead Refrig,
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805.816.7169
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ALL MAJOR APPL
** Summer Specials **
All Applicance Inspections
FREE Service Call
w/repair in Ventura County.
Save on repairs & sales
during the economy crisis.
Washers, Dryers, Heaters,
Refrigerators, Ovens Gas
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35 Years Exp. Vta Co.
Victor 805-302-1866
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Kitchen aid side by side, ice
maker & water dispenser in
door. $499. 805-477-0390
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REFRIGERATOR Hotpoint
top freeze, wht, 4-5 yrs new,
clean, very good cond $175.
805-671-9852 VCS308148
WASHER/DRYER Kenmore
$300/pair. Refrigerator $175.
All very good condition.
805-671-9852 VCS308147
Will pick up any
of your
unwanted
appliances
working or not.
Items like;
stoves, fridge,
freezers,
washers, dryers
& microwaves.
No charge to
haul them
away.
Same Day
Pick-Up
In Most Cases
805-760-1664
VCS308901
Conejo Mountain Memorial
Park, 4 plots in Santa
Cruz, $3950 ea. Call Ken
805-415-9010 or email
kenk5203@gmail.com
VCS308199
WESTLAKE VLG
GARDEN of GETHSEMANE
best location facing Lindero
Cyn, 2 plots, $6000/each or
$10,000/pair 805-499-0030
VCS309228
PALLET RACK SALE
Upright $49+ Beam $12+
SHELVING Steel & Wood
2x4x 6, 8 or 10 $69+
WAREHS LADDERS $89+
805-532-1103 VCS309217
EPIC View 500 Treadmill,
original price $1,200,
sacrifice at $550. Has IPod
jack, TV connection, folds
up. Call Nancy 805-216-1166
VCS308745
TREADMILLS Display and
Floor models, excellent
condition, $250 - $400.
(805)671-9852 VCS308144
2 ARMOIRE WARDROBE
Plus matching vanity, Circa
1940, English walnut, great
condition, $800.
Like King Mattress, $100.
805-659-9884
VCS308742
Affordable
Sectionals & Sofas
Custom Sized
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 VCS307752
FULL SIZE MATTRESS
Spring Air Excellence,
pillow top with patented back
support technology, never
slept in, 2 years old, always
protected in mattress sacks.
NEW $1,399, Asking $350.
805-791-1857 VCS309315
OAK-LIKE 5 piece bdrm set
$375. 2 Recling Chairs $35/ea.
1 Living Room Chair $25.
805-437-6034
VCS308895
Rolltop desk, oak, $200, Broy
Hill dresser 55 tall $100,
computer work station $25,
805-407-2370 VCS308733
Hospital Bed Invicare,
w/ fitted sheets and
alternating pressure pad and
trapeze. $800 805-486-0602
RMC MEDICAL
Buy Sell Rent Repair
Power Medical Scooters
Power Wheel Chairs
Reclining Lift Chairs/Ramps
Vehicle Lifts
805-647-1777
VCS308004
CATS CRADLE Thrift Shop
Open Thurs thru Sun 11a-5p
Clothes, jewelry, books/etc.
4160 Market #11, Vta.
805-485-8811 VCS308469
Restaraunt Equipment:
Walk-in Cooler & Freezer,
Refrigerators, Three
Compartment Sink & Tables.
$100 - $5,000. 805-501-6788
VCS308408
Singer sewing machine,
w/cabinet & bench 1977
model serviced, $200
805-647-0742 VCS308863
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet. Call
805-671-9569 VCS308146
SPA/HOT TUB
DELUXE 2012 MODEL.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warranty, never used,
can deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950. Call
818-785-9043 VCS308471
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a variet] of diffcult and complex professional accounting
duties in support of District fnancial, accounting, and
related administrative functions, to assist with annual
performance audits of District functions and services.
Education & Experience Requirements. A Bachelors
degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting,
or closel] related feld from an accredited college or
universit] is required. Five ]ears of oroad and extensive
work experience that included performing professional
fnancial anal]sis, accounting, and oudgeting work.
Applications must oe received o] 4. p.m.
on June 2, 212
Applications ma] oe ootained at the District
during Business hours. N-F, 8.-5. p.m.
or online. www.cvwd.net
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Beautiful large greenhouse,
perfect for any home
garden. 8ft tall,
very spacious. $750(obo)
Buyer will disassemble
805-304-4052 VCS307692
TABLE SAW
Joiner planer & misc
items, tools. $50 - $300.
805-498-4458 VCS309222
BUYING
JUNK
CARS
TOP
$ $ $ $ $
PAID
UP TO
$1,000
Running or
Not Running
Licd Dismantler
pickthepart.com
(805)
933-5557
VCS308750
CA$H
for
Junk
Cars
TOP
$ $ $ $
PAID
Licd Dismantler &
Weighmaster
vcapinc.com
805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS308253
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES AND
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS308145
WE WILL BUY
YOUR
VEHICLE
Licensed & Bonded
Dealer.No smog required.
WWW.
TRADEINSDIRECT.COM.
2219 E Thousand Oaks
Bl.#205 .Thousand Oaks
Ca. 91362 FREE
appraisal and offer to buy.
tradeinsdirect@
sbcglobal.net
(805)496-2967
VCS308664
A Private
Foundation Has
Rescued Dogs
For Adoption
JOSE
8 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 10 lbs.
PEEWEE
6.5 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 13 lbs.
SCOOTER
3 year old male,
Terrier mix, 13 lbs.
Trixie
2 year old female
ToyManchesterTerrier
10 lbs.
ZIVA
2 year old female,
Chihuahua, 5 lbs.
CINNAMON
8 year female
Terrier/Chihuahua Mix
8 lbs.
SAILOR
6 year male
Poodle mix, 30 lbs.
Visit our website
for pics
samsimon
foundation.org
or call
(310)457-5898
VCS308040
Beautiful, affectionate, large
neutered Male cat FREE
to loving home.
Good w/ other pets.
Call for Clovers story
805-312-4654 VCS308033
CATTLE DOG MIX
Lisselle: sweet, shy & gentle.
Rescue dog for adoption.
Small adoption fee.
805-445-3535 VCS308404
CATTLE DOG MIX
Lisselle: sweet, shy & gentle.
Rescue dog for adoption.
Small adoption fee.
805-445-3535 VCS309274
Chihuahua mix 8mo old, neu-
tered male, all white, all
shots, very friendly & play-
ful, $100 375-4090 VCS308854
DACHSHUND MINI PUPS
2 M & 1 F. Ready to go!
$400. Call 805-312-5649 or
805-386-4270 VCS309022
DACHSHUNDS AKC $500
661-333-4697 or 661-769-8807
simplesite.com/loveadog
VCS307623
DOBERMAN PINSCHER
PUPS Rustic Brown, tails
docked, dewclaws. Males &
Females, $400. 805-915-8631
VCS308588
DOG GREAT DANES
Males & Females,
THEY WILL BE
GIANTS! 3M, 1F.
3 BLACK, 1 BLUE
W/BLACK SPOTS.
PARENTS HERE, DAD
IS HUGE, MOM AKC
SOLID BLUE HALF
EURO BEAUTY. 2ND
SHOTS. BORN 03.06.
$500.00 (805)228-2483
VCS308725
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPS - AKC reg, 1st shots,
6 F, 2 M. $600/firm.
805-223-6146 VCS309320
Golden Retriever Pups,
8f, 3m, AKC/OFA,
family raised, lg heads, Dk
pigment, sweet temperment.
Lt drk, avail 6/16, $900
805-482-7292 VCS308494
HAVANESE Really cute and
fun puppies. Male and
Female from $700.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS309264
If you love Pitbulls this is for
you Volunteers needed for
Rescues All For Love
pick-up, deliveries, walks,
foster 445-3535 VCS307611
Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix
white & brown pups. 8wks,
ready for loving home!
$100 805-218-4001
VCS307732
JACK RUSSELLS, tri color,
good disposition, first shots,
m $300 f $350, 805-798-4940
805-640-0917 VCS309445
KITTENS GALORE!
Sat & Sun 11-5 @ PetCo/Vta
& PH, 4160 Market & Donlon
805-485-8811 VCS308467
Lab Retrievers for Sale
Registered, yellow, 7 males,
5 females. Ready 7/17.
$800 805-272-5900 VCS308012
MINIATURE PINCHER
Registered. Red, Male,
Born December 12th. $500.
805-551-2943 VCS308794
PITBULL - Rex: mellow,
gentle & dog friendly. For
adoption by Rescue Group.
Small adoption fee.
805-445-3535 VCS309271
PITBULL - Rex: mellow,
gentle & dog friendly. For
adoption by Rescue Group.
Small adoption fee.
805-445-3535 VCS308403
SHIH TZU PUPPIES AKC.
Gorgeous. Small size. Brin-
dle/wht,beautiful markings
$500. www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661 VCS308046
Volunteers Needed!
Cats Cradle Rescue Thrift
Shop. Wed thru Sun 11a-5p
805-485-8811
VCS307581
Wanted Kitten: 6wk to 12wks
old, raised by private
family, will pay cash,
805-644-2904 VCS308075
YORKIE
Beautiful Yorkie puppies.
M/F, T-cup & Toy from $700.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS309263
Beautiful 7 yr old green
broke filly, full Appaloosa
w/no spots, needs compa-
ny, 818-269-6301 VCS308802
AUTO SALES
30K Min to start, Full bene-
fits pkg. Looking for highly
motivated, AA Degree or
equivalent individuals.
Apply in person at Paradise
Chevrolet: 6350 Leland St.,
Ventura, CA 93003
VCS309278
Biochemist
Amgen has an opening for
Senior Associate. Reqs: BS
+ 2 yrs exp & exp w/ Pro-
cess devlpt in cell culture,
product recovery & purifi-
cation biopharmaceuticals;
Vi-Cell, Cedex, NOVA, YSI
& PCV measurements;
AKTA Explorer & Unicorn
SW; Agilent HPLC (Size-ex-
clusion Chromatography
(SEC) & Hydrophobic inter-
action chromatography
(HIC)) w/ Chromeleon &
ChemStation SW; & Prog
Biomek FxP & TECAN ro-
bots. Job Site: Thousand
Oaks, CA.
Send resume referencing #
8EKNQL to: Global Mo-
bility, Amgen, Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, Mail-
stop B36-2-C, Thousand
Oaks, CA 91320. No phone
calls or e-mails please.
Must be legally authorized
to work in the U.S. w/o
sponsorship. EOE.
VCS308203
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Tools/Gardening
Supplies
297
Wanted To Buy
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Pets &Supplies
300-315
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Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
315
Horses/Livestock
Miscellaneous
Employment
500-585
540
Help Wanted
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
Find a home.
540
Help Wanted
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1 Day Svc. References
FREE Estimates!
Mike 805-208-6281
lic# 416345 VCS308582
Gretas Guns, LLC
Buy Sell Consignment
Ask About our
Laser Shot Training
4228 Los Angeles Ave.
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Btwn Tapo Cyn & Tapo St.
805-520-4867
www.gretasguns.com
VCS308652
Cabinet Refacing
Highest quality workmanship
& materials. 35 years exp.
Call now for free estimate +
a great job at a great price!
805-527-2631
Lic#341411 VCS308037
SIGNATURE FINISH
CARPENTRY, INC
Bonded/Insured/Licensed
Crown Molding Doors
Wainscot Mantles
Columns Etc
www.SignatureFinishInc.com
805-558-0551
Lic#948934 VCS309124
Lees Maintenance
Powerful Truck Mount
Carpet Steam Cleaning
Upholstery / Rugs
*3 Rooms...$60
*Pet odor/Scotch guard
*Tile grout clean/Polish
*Floor strip/ Wax
*Complete House clean
805-987-3071 VCS308031
CARPET REPAIR
& CLEANING &
TILE CLEANING
Stretching Patches
Carpet to Tile
Carpet Rescue
805-483-0899
(Lic #787080) VCS308474
Computer Repair
on-call PC & Apple,
no fix no pay. Local.
Call: 805-766-6674
VCS308297
On-Site Computer Repair
Service for home and
businesses. Apple and PC.
Repairs, Service, Virus
and Spyware removal,
New PC Setups, iPhones
etc. 15 yrs exp.
Local, call for appt:
805-443-0900 VCS308470
Escobar Concrete
Reasonable rates,
No job too small.
patios, block/retaining
walls, brick, stucco, pavers
tile, driveways stamp,
foundations, sea walls.
Robert 805-890-2198
Lic #819035 VCS307651
GABRIEL H. RUIZ
Masonry & Concrete
Stamp Concrete
Driveways Block Walls
Retaining Walls
Brick & Stone Work
BBQ Paving Stucco
+ Bobcat Tractor Svc
Cell-805-231-5576
Lic#883357 VCS308116
RECESSION
RATES
For all your home
improvement & more.
Fast, Free Estimates
creatbldr@verizon.net
805-382-0464
818-312-2308
Lic#342943 VCS308259
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
Room Additions
Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS309125
W.H.
Construction
Windows & Doors
Rm AdditionsElectrical
RemodelingKitchenBaths
Acoustic Ceiling Removal/
TexturePlumbingTile
Wood & Laminate Flooring
Wood FencingPainting
Senior Disc.
805-485-9662 or
805-469-4629
(Lic #751293) Fully Bonded
& Insured VCS308709
THE
DOORMAN
Door Installations & Repairs,
Windows, Moldings, Stairs
Cabinets, Handyman Service
34 years exp. Camarillo
805-890-9493
VCS308902
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
No Job Too Small
All Your Drywall Needs!
40+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS308710
AROUND TOWN
ELECTRIC
BEST VALUE!
Since 1981
Experienced Contractor
Greg & Steve Mendonca
Specializing in Residential
Jobs & Repairs at
Reasonable Rates.
No Job Too Small
805-988-0636
Lic #407590 VCS308472
Call EDWARD
(805)797-0402
Mention Ad/10% OFF labor
Honest, Reliable & Expd
Always Fair $
Military & Sr. Discounts
Work Guaranteed
Lic, Bond, INS
Pacific Coast
Electrical Contractors
Lic#806561 VCS308839
JEFF WARD
ELECTRIC
*LED Lighting*Remodels
*Trouble Shooting *Free Est.
805-648-3184
Ins/Lic#648300 VCS308525
JJS GARDENING
Landscaping General
Cleanups Synthetic Lawn
Sodding & Seeding Tree
Planting and Pruning
Stump Removal.
Good Prices!
* FREE Estimates *
805-760-2204 ; 805-986-0370
Lic#1119461 VCS309201
The Mangum Company
All trades. Remodels,
additions, home repairs.
Quality work.
Reasonable rates.
Reliable. References.
Cordell Mangum
805-490-0809
Lic #971570 VCS309269
William Osborne
Construction
Home Improvements,
Remodels and Renovations
Termite & Dryrot Repairs.
I DO THE WORK!
(805)641-0217 (818)266-4035
Lic#370124 VCS308706
A WOMAN
IN TRADE
Home Repairs
Complete Kitchen Bath
Remodeling Custom
Cabinets & Refacing
Wood Work/Molding
Tile, Paint, Drywall
Plumbing, Electric,
Lighting Reasonable/Clean
Lynn 805-487-7709
Lic#285372 VCS308363
CHUCK STOUT
HANDYMAN
All Trades:
Plumbing, Tile, Electric,
Drywall, Painting, Windows,
Framing & Carpentry.
30 + years in Conejo Valley
FREE Estimates
805-499-2860
Lic# 771801 VCS309164
HANDYMAN
Stucco, Fencing, Drywall,
Doors, Paint Texture,
Plumbing, Tile, Roof
Repair, Carpentry,
Windows, Concrete.
All Work Guaranteed
805-491-8330
St lic/bond 905329 VCS309182
H & S
Plumbing
Painting
Electrical
Roofing Flooring
Kitchen & Bath
805-641-2222
(Lic #642719) VCS309153
PARAMOUNT
Heating,Plumbing,Electrical
Painting, Drywall, Stucco,
Carpentry, Windows, Doors,
Landscaping & Hauling.
FREE Est & Sr. Discounts
No Job Too Small!
Richard 805-815-8745
Lic#086358 VCS308097
TV/Home Theater
We Install your LCD plasma
on wall. Speakers, Sales,
installation/troubleshoot,
affordable electronics. Instal-
lation incl Lifetime Warr.
FREE ESTIMATES
www.InstallNation.com
805-813-0108 VCS308627
ALS
HAULING!
7 Days-FREE Estimates!
(805)485-9334
Tree/HedgeTrim and
Chain Saw
Yard Rototilling
Garage Cleanups
Appliance Removal
* Will Haul Big or Small *
Lic. 94-06169 VCS308699
Eddies
Hauling &
Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming/Removal
Spa Removal.
* Senior Discounts
FREE Estimates!
805-758-8920
VCS308254
MATTS ALL HAUL
WE DO IT ALL!
Real Estate, Construction,
Trash, Yard & Garage
Clean-up Demolition Serv.
Bobcat Serv.Concrete
Breaking & Removal
Landscape Construction &
Sprinker Serv. We pick
up debris & scrap metal
FREE ESTIMATE
805-643-HAUL(4285)
lic #084142 VCS309174
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
I DO WINDOWS
and gutters. I also love
to help the elderly as needed.
Have xlnt references.
805-201-8585 VCS307593
Maid In America
Housecleaning
Services
Paul Lopez
Owner/Operator
23 Years Serving the
Conejo Valley
(805)499-7259
Lic/Bonded/Insured
(#08033) VCS308644
Lees Maintenance
Professional
Complete Clean
HouseStoreBuilding
JanitorialConstruction
Move in/out
Regular/onetime
Carpet-Truck Mounted
Windows/Blinds/Wallwash
Floor strip/wax/Tile grout
Kitchen/Bathroom clean
987-3071
Service local since 1986
VCS308032
GOERS LANDSCAPE
SERVICES
New landscapes, clean ups,
masonry, concrete,
& flagstone patios.
30yrs exp. Free estimates.
Call Ken
805-520-9584 Lic# 880276
VCS307696
LANDSCAPE
WEST
All phases of landscaping.
Concrete, masonry, sod,
sprinklers, tree removal,
demo and hauling.
Call John: 805-341-7150
Lic 735001 VCS307639
....NOTICE....
California law requires that
contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
law also requires that contrac-
tors include their license num-
bers on all advertising. Check
out your licensed contractor by
calling the Contractors State
License Board at:
1-800-321-2752
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Dry Wall
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Contractor
Electrical
Contractor
Electrical
Contractor
Gardening
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The District is seeking a qualifed individual to. perform
a variet] of diffcult and complex professional accounting
duties in support of District fnancial, accounting, and
related administrative functions, to assist with annual
performance audits of District functions and services.
Education & Experience Requirements. A Bachelors
degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting,
or closel] related feld from an accredited college or
universit] is required. Five ]ears of oroad and extensive
work experience that included performing professional
fnancial anal]sis, accounting, and oudgeting work.
Applications must oe received o] 4. p.m.
on June 2, 212
Applications ma] oe ootained at the District
during Business hours. N-F, 8.-5. p.m.
or online. www.cvwd.net
Seod comp|eted app||cat|oo & res0me to:
Ass|staot 6eoera| Naoager, 0Vw0
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0arp|oter|a, 0A 9313
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INDEPENDENT
LAWN SERVICE
Over 35 yrs of experience
Commercial or Residential
Weekly and Bi-Monthly
service for: clean up,
restoration and fertilizing.
*** Free Estimates ***
805-297-7148
VCS309317
ADVANCED
MOVING
We Make Moving Easy
Locally Owned
No Job Too Big or Small
*Free Boxes*
805-584-2007
Cal T#182606 VCS308609
ANGELO LORENZO
Custom Painting
Residential & Commercial
Repaints
Remodel/New Construction
Stucco/Drywall
Call for FREE Estimate
Office 805-581-0268
Cell 805-795-1528
Lic#465487/Insd VCS308685
DANS
Precision Painting
32 yrs. Exp.
Interior /Exterior
Complete /Partial
Xlnt Prep/Paint
(805) 987-2334
Lic#485764 VCS307428
DONE RIGHT
PAINTING
Quality Since 1989
Contractor does his own
work. Small jobs welcome!
Lots of Referrals!
All work guaranteed
Residential
Full Preparation
* FREE ESTIMATES *
805-522-1698
Lic/Ins #575354 VCS307730
PAINTING
C & R WEST COAST
SERVICES
Comml & Residential
Interior & Exterior
Free Estimates!
Quality @ Reasonable Rates
805-647-4900
Insured/Lic635809 VCS308654
ACROWN
PLUMBING
Drain Clean/Repair. Leak
Repair. Fixture Install.
Hydro-Jetting. Plumbing
Remodels. Repipes. New
Construction 24 hrs/7 days
805-526-4125
818-612-0413
Lic #921281 VCS308712
Clogged Drains?
$50 DOLLAR
ROOTER MAN
Any drain or sewer line
unclogged only $50! 24 hr/ 7
805-758-9420
Insurd/lic#B13894 VCS308610
JLG ROOFING
DBA Gils Roofing Co.
New Roof, Re-Roof,
Flat Roof, Woodwork
Owner on every job!
Free Estimates!
All Work Guaranteed!
www.JLGRoofing.com
805-816-9414
Lic #885763
Insured/Workers Comp.
Accepting Visa/MC/Discover
VCS308475
RELIABLE
ROOFING
Since 1989
All Types of
Roofing & Repairs
Inspections &
Insurance Work
Kenneth Stoer
805.373.7354
reli4u2@aol.com
Lic # 603396 VCS309040
Fast & Dependable
Quality Work
(805)487-8189
www.ericksonsroofing.com
Free Estimates.Insured
Lic #734346 VCS307588
ROOFING
SERVICES
Specializing in all
types of roofing and
roof repairs.
Free estimates
All work guaranteed
24 hour services
32 years experience
805-428-7651
VCS308061
BOBLETTS
SPRINKLER SVC
*Repairs*Timers
*Trouble Shooting
*System Tune-Up
*Upgrade Existing
Systems
805-804-7785 VCS309049
MASTER TILE
CRAFTSMAN
SPECIAL SPRING RATES.
ON LABOR COSTS!
Tile Floors starting at $3/sf.
Floated Showers starting
at $15/sf. Call Jonathan
805-443-3843
www.venturacountytile.com
Free Estimates Bonded &
Insured w/$2 Mil liablity
Lic#736631 VCS308851
PETERSON
TILE CO
Doing Tile for
2 Generations
Residential
Trouble Shooting
Compl Bathroom Remodel
(805) 649-9451 (805) 648-6577
Lic #412832 VCS309057
AFFORDABLE TREE
SERVICE
TrimmingRemoval
Stumps Firewood
Free Estimates, Payment
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Svc
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS309198
Coastal View
Property Mgmt
RENTAL PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT can be a
headache without the right
experience and resources.
** WE are here to help! **
We offer a variety
of services and are very
affordable.
Contact us today to discuss
your options.
805-339-0300
www.coastalviewproperty.org
VCS308904
Lawn Service
Moving
Paint Contractor
Paint Contractor
Plumbing
Roong
Roong
Sprinklers
Tile Contractors
Tile
Tree Services
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
professional services
To advert|se (805) 437-0000
Miscellaneous
Browse
a directory of regional new housing
communities. Visit VCSHOMES.com
VCSHomes.com
Every Sunday in The Star
Homes, new homes,
apartments, rentals
and agents.
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OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE
MANAGER
($6,995 - $8,954/MO DOQ)
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Part-time, sign-on bonus up
to $20K. Great pay/benefits.
Elite hands-on training.
Retirement. 800-252-0559
VCS308942
DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY
DEVELOPMENT AND
OUTREACH
Office of Development
Works to optimize philan-
thropic support for the Li-
braries, in response to
academic priorities estab-
lished by the University Li-
brarian.Fundraising efforts
are devoted primarily to
the Libraries, with the re-
maining time to other Uni-
versity initiatives. Focuses
on major gift ($100k+)
fundraising activities and
on other activities related
to fundraising, including
some lower level gift solici-
tations, development of
campaign materials, assis-
tance with programs and
marketing materials for ex-
ternal and community rela-
tions, and administrative
duties such as planning, co-
ordinating and executing
aspects of the Libraries de-
velopment program. Reqs:
Bachelors degree or equiv.
combination of education
/experience. Key skills are
required for successful per-
formance. These include:
Understanding of and prov-
en skills in the profession of
university development,
and effort to continually
maintain and enhance pro-
fessional knowledge. A gen-
eral understanding of
planned giving. Experience
in and/or strong under-
standing of foundation
gifts/grants. Skill at gift
negotiation, gift solicitation.
Proven skill in goal
achievement. Broad knowl-
edge of the principles and
practices of major gift
fundraising, preferably in a
University setting. Under-
standing of operating, capi-
tal and endowment fund
development. Notes: Annu-
ally renewable contract po-
sition.Ability & willingness
to travel frequently and to
work weekends and even-
ings. Salary is competitive,
commensurate with qualifi-
cations and experience.
Deadline extended. Reap-
plication unnecessary. Open
until filled. AA/EOE
Apply online at:
https://Jobs.ucsb.edu
Job #20120017 VCS308677
DRIVERS
Ryder Integrated
Logistics of CA.
Needs 30 Owner
Operators with
3 axle tractors.
Local Dedicated
work, Sylmar &
Commerce to places
in So. Cal.
Home Every Day!
Great New
Compensation
Package.
1 Year commercial &
good DMV.
INTERVIEWS
ALL WEEK
Walk-ins welcome!
Bring an H6 DMV Report
Mon - Fri, 7:00a - 4:00p
Saturdays upon request.
10641 Almond Ave,
Fontana, CA.
Mike: 909-641-8562
VCS308865
DRIVERS
Ventura County
Shuttle & Airporter
Immediate FT and PT
driver positions available
Class A/B w/pass. endorse
Class C
Medical card required
Benefitis, overtime, tips
Phone interview
10am-3pm Mon-Fri
(805) 650-6600
VCS309363
LAB COORDINATOR - F/T
Sept-June & 20 hrs/week
Jul-Aug. staff position.
Resp.: support chemistry
and biology programs by
setting up, organizing and
maintaining the science
labs. Maintain cradle to
grave chemical inventory
and order supplies as need-
ed; supervise student as-
sistants; assist faculty &
research assistants. BS in
chemistry or biology plus
one-year of organic chemis-
try or general chemistry.
Hiring Range: $21.04 -
$24.55/hr plus excellent
benefits.
See www.callutheran.edu/hr for
full job description and re-
quirements. Fax resume to
CLU at (805)493-3655 or
email hr@callutheran.edu
or apply on-line. EOE
VCS308386
Electrician - Journeymen
and apprentice/trainee
electricians wanted. Full
benefit package with full
time work. West Coast
Power Solutions,
3430 Galaxy Place, Oxnard
(805)485-4433, email:
jerry@wcpowersolutions.com
VCS309180
ELECTRICIANS
Established Electrical
Contractor is seeking
Certified Journeyman &
Apprentices for Santa
Barbara & Ventura are-
as. Xlnt pay & great
benefit package, (medi-
cal, dental, vacation, 401k
& more).
Fax resume 805.684.2260
or Call 805.684.1010
VCS309381
Mechanical Design
Engineer
Product Manager
QC Inspector
Needed at Mersen USA in
Oxnard. The successful
candidate will have
ASME Sec. VIII pressure
vessel or related design
experience. Consider join-
ing our design team, en-
gineering and building
unique chemical process-
ing equipment out of a
variety of materials from
Graphite to Reactive
Metals Mersen is a billion
dollar a year, Interna-
tional Corporation, offer-
ing unique opportunities
to our employees and ser-
vices to our customers.
http://mersen.balancetrak.com
EOE VCS307850
SENIOR SECRETARY
$2,985.32 - $3,721.66/MO
F/T w/ Vta Co Ofc of Ed.
HS grad & courses/sec sci-
ence, bs admin or related
field & 4 yrs sec exp.
Appl/job desc from HR,
5189 Verdugo Way, Cam
Info 805-383-1913 Or apply:
www.edjoin.org. EOE
DEADLINE 4:00 p.m.,
6/15/12 VCS309105
FLIGHT ATTENDANT
Contract Flight Attendant
Weekends Only, position
available at Pt. Mugu in
California. No experience
necessary. Great customer
service needed. Previous
customer service experi-
ence a plus. Local candi-
dates only. EOE. Drug and
background screening re-
quired.Please email resume
to:employment@phoenixair.com
Subject line must read
CAFAVCS. No phone calls
please. VCS309083
Employment Opportunities
at Clinicas Del Camino
Real, Inc.!
Operations Manager
Health Center Manager
Sr. Accountant
Credentialing Coordinator
Registered Dental
Assistant
Dental Assistant
Bilingual Patient Account
Rep (w/experience)
Apply now at:
www.Clinicas.org
VCS309351
Healthcare
Clinical Nursing Supervisor
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Me-
morial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care fa-
cility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
vative leadership.
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Plans, organizes and di-
rects activities for the nurs-
ing department and the
hospital. Following direc-
tions of hospital policy and
in conjunction with hospital
administrators, the nursing
supervisor may oversee all
areas of the hospital. Moni-
tors and obtains supplies
and equipment when need-
ed. Responds to various de-
partments requesting
emergency assistance.
Oversees staffing of nursing
units. Communicates with
other facilities during
transfers of patients. Over-
sees the on-call schedules
for all departments. Fol-
lows rules and regulations
concerning the functioning
of the hospital. Liaison to
patients, families, physi-
cians and staff.
Qualifications:
Bachelors degree from
4-year college or university.
Two years related experi-
ence/training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Must have
diplomacy, leadership expe-
rience, good problem solv-
ing ability and great
customer service skills.
Current CA registered
nurse license and CPR cer-
tification is required
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Healthcare
Nursing Supervisor
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital an affiliate of
Community Memorial Hos-
pital is a non-profit, com-
munity-based acute care
facility dedicated to serving
the 35,000 plus residents of
the Ojai Valley.
Our 103-bed facility, which
includes a continuing care
center, is fully accredited
by Det Norske Veritas
(DNV), and licensed by the
California Department of
Health Services. In addition
we also operate a primary
care clinic in the Ojai Val-
ley -- The Oak View Family
Practice Clinic and the
Keeler Center for the study
of Headache.
We provide inpatient, out-
patient, and skilled nursing
services for mostly primary
and secondary care needs.
In addition we operate a
24-hour standby emergency
room facility.
Our staff is committed to
providing exceptional care
and comfort to each patient
within our facility. Our
highly trained staff of phy-
sicians, nurses, manage-
ment, and volunteers work
closely together to ensure
the best in health care ser-
vices.
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
The Nursing Supervisor as-
sures the delivery of safe
patient care and has the au-
thority and responsibility of
supervising all hospital
staff that are assigned to
his/her shift. The Nursing
Supervisor also acts as the
administrative authority in
the absence of a depart-
ment manager, director, or
corporate officer.
The night supervisor func-
tions as the Emergency de-
partment RN.
Qualifications:
Required
1.Current California RN li-
cense
2.Current BLS and ACLS
certifications
3.Current PALS certifica-
tion or obtain PALS within
6 months of hire.
4.Minimum three (3) years
acute inpatient nursing ex-
perience with progressive
supervisory experience.
5.Minimum two (2) year
emergency nursing experi-
ence
6.Proficient in MS Office
(Word, Outlook)
Preferred
1.Bachelor of Science in
Nursing (BSN)
2.Critical Care nursing ex-
perience.
3.Certified Emergency
Nurse (CEN)
4.Strong interpersonal, oral,
computer, and written com-
munication skills
5.Know and can use Medi-
tech, Pyxis
6.Bilingual
VCS307441 VCS308943
Healthcare
Clinical Quality Coordinator
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Me-
morial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care fa-
cility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
vative leadership.
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what its like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
The Clinical Quality Coordi-
nator works in collabora-
tion with the Director,
Quality and other hospital
and medical staff to pro-
mote positive clinical out-
comes and quality metrics.
This position utilizes clini-
cal databases and electron-
ic medical records to
monitor and analyze clini-
cal outcomes, identify cases
for medical staff peer re-
view and to initiate perfor-
mance improvement.
Participates on Patient
Safety and Quality Coun-
cils. Supports key quality
department functions such
as hospital quality metric
abstraction and monitoring
as needed. Develops and
maintains strong collabora-
tive working relationships
with hospital and medical
staff leaders. Develops re-
ports on clinical outcome
reviews as assigned. At-
tends Medical Staff and
Hospital meetings as as-
signed to present quality re-
ports. Facilitate root cause
analysis and performance
improvement meetings as
assigned. Participates on
Tracer/Internal Audit
teams as assigned.
Qualifications:
Bachelors degree required,
Masters preferred. 5 years
clinical experience in
healthcare setting required,
R.N. required. Extensive
experience with data analy-
sis and clinical quality im-
provement and patient
safety practices. Proven
effectiveness at working di-
rectly with all levels of
staff, medical staff mem-
bers and senior organiza-
tional leadership.
VCS308437
Healthcare
Clinic Nurse Practitioner
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community
Memorial Hospital is a 242
bed non-profit, acute care
facility, committed to
provide quality patient care
in an environment that
promotes clinical
excellence and innovative
leadership.
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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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
its like to work at
Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Provides quality patient
care to patients utilizing the
services of the Centers for
Family Health. Performs
physical examination,
diagnosis and treatment,
health education, teaching
and counseling.
Assessment and
Management of Acute
Illness and Management of
Chronic Illness. Assures
that adequate patient
health records are
maintained and transferred
as required when patients
are referred. Performs all
duties in a manner consis-
tent with established
guidelines; measured
outcomes meet
requirements in timeliness,
quality, accuracy and
budget.
Qualifications:
Masters degree (M.A.) is
required. Four to ten years
related experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Experience
in OBGyn Womens Health
is required. Current
California Nurse
Practitioner License is
required. Good
communication skills and
supervisory experience a
must. Bilingual in
English/Spanish is required
VCS308934
Healthcare
Clinic Nurse Practitioner
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Me-
morial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care fa-
cility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
vative leadership.
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what its like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer
Responsibilities:
Provides quality patient
care to patients utilizing the
services of the Centers for
Family Health. Performs
physical examination, diag-
nosis and treatment, health
education, teaching and
counseling. Assessment
and Management of Acute
Illness and Management of
Chronic Illness. Assures
that adequate patient
health records are main-
tained and transferred as
required when patients are
referred. Performs all du-
ties in a manner consistent
with established guidelines;
measured outcomes meet
requirements in timeliness,
quality, accuracy and bud-
get.
Qualifications:
Masters degree (M.A.) is
required. Four to ten years
related experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Experience
in OBGyn Womens Health
is required. Current Califor-
nia Nurse Practitioner Li-
cense is required. Good
communication skills and
supervisory experience a
must. Bilingual in Eng-
lish/Spanish is required
VCS308924
Healthcare
Director of
Nursing
30 bed Psychiatric Hospi-
tal in Oxnard specializing
in Eating Disorders seeks
RN with supervisory and
psychiatric experience.
Resume with degrees,
licenses, work and salary
history to fax 818-880-3750
Rader@RaderPrograms.com
VCS308626
Healthcare
Health Plan in Ventura
County is seeking
qualified applicants for
the following positions:
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Claims Recovery
Specialist*
Director of Health
Services*
Manager of Care
Coordination*
Provider Contracting
Manager, Health
Services
RN - Case Management
Health Services
* Job descriptions
available after 5/29.
Competitive Salary and
Excellent Benefits Pkg.
Please see:
www.calopps.org/member.cfm
and click on Local/
Regional Government
Services for complete job
description. Only
applications/resumes
submitted on CalOpps
will be accepted.
VCS308344
Healthcare
Occupational Therapist/Ojai
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Provides evaluation and
treatment to a variety of in
and outpatient diagnoses.
Performs initial and on-go-
ing assessment according
to department policy and
scope of practice. Docu-
ments the treatment and
relevant information ac-
cording to organizational
policy and regulatory stat-
us.
Qualifications:
Current licensed Occupa-
tional Therapist in the State
of California. One (1) to
two (2) years acute care
experience is preferred.
Professional experience
and/or training in both inpa-
tient and outpatient areas
preferred, including pre-
graduate clinical intern-
ships. Current CPR certifi-
cation is required
VCS308931
Healthcare
RN Case Manager
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community
Memorial Hospital is a 242
bed non-profit, acute care
facility, committed to
provide quality patient care
in an environment that
promotes clinical
excellence and innovative
leadership.
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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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
its like to work at
Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Assists with the gathering
of data to assure that
patient care meets
approved admission
criteria, continued stay,
and appropriate level of
care. Contributes to the
development and
implementation of a
discharge plan for the
patient/family. Performs
utilization review using
established guidelines to
assure appropriate
utilization of hospital
resources. Acts as liaison
between physicians,
nursing, other hospital
departments, community
agencies, health plans and
patients/families. Discharge
planning. Provides and
facilitates patient/family
education. Contacts
appropriate community
resources on behalf of the
patient.
Qualifications:
Associates degree (A.D.) in
Nursing required, BSN
preferred. Excellent verbal
and written communication
skills. Three to five years
Med-Surg experience is
preferred. Recent
experience in case
management, discharge
planning, or utilization
review. Current CA RN
License is required.
VCS308923
Healthcare
RN II - Emergency Dept
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Me-
morial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care fa-
cility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
vative leadership.
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Provides professional nurs-
ing care to Emergency De-
partment 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, De-
partment Educator, Assist-
ant Manager and Unit
Supervisors.
Qualifications:
Associates degree (ADN)
required, BSN preferred.
Current CA RN license.
Must have current ACLS,
PALS and BLS certifica-
tion. 1 to 2yrs exp and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. One year
Emergency Department ex-
perience required.
VCS308941
Healthcare
RN II - Labor & Delivery
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community
Memorial Hospital is a 242
bed non-profit, acute care
facility, committed to
provide quality patient care
in an environment that
promotes clinical
excellence and innovative
leadership.
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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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
its like to work at
Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Provides specialized
nursing care to obstetrical
patients. Effectively plans
and communicates patient
and family education.
Participates in unit based
educational activities
Accurately and timely
documentation consistent
with practice and hospital
policy.
Qualifications:
Associates degree (ADN)
required, BSN preferred.
One (1) year RN Labor &
Delivery experience is
required. Basic computer
skills are mandatory,
experience with electronic
documentation is helpful.
Current unrestricted CA
RN License. Current CPR
certificate is required. NRP
required.
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Ojai Valley Community
Hospital an affiliate of
Community Memorial
Hospital is a non-profit,
community-based acute
care facility dedicated to
serving the 35,000 plus
residents of the Ojai
Valley. Our 103-bed facility,
which includes a continuing
care center, is fully accred-
ited by Det Norske Veritas
(DNV), and licensed by the
California Department of
Health Services. In addition
we also operate a primary
care clinic in the Ojai
Valley -- The Oak View
Family Practice Clinic and
the Keeler Center for the
study of Headache.
We provide inpatient,
outpatient, and skilled
nursing services for mostly
primary and secondary
care needs. In addition we
operate a 24-hour standby
emergency room facility.
Our staff is committed to
providing exceptional care
and comfort to each patient
within our facility. Our
highly trained staff of
physicians, nurses, man-
agement, and volunteers
work closely together to
ensure the best in health
care services. 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 ac-
counts, paid time off, and a
variety of other great bene-
fits.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
its like to work at
Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
(1) On- Call Position
Available
Assists the section
supervisors in maintaining
the highest levels of clinical
and pathological laboratory
services to all customers of
CMHS. Performs all
automated technical blood
bank, microbiology,
hematology, coagulation,
urinalysis and chemistry
technical procedures as
required. Maintains
smoothly functioning
section or shift as assigned.
Is able to function as a lead
in the absence of section
including supply.
Effectively deals with peers
and hospital personnel.
Resolves issues within
authority limits and
recognizes authority limits.
Completes required reports
within allotted time frames.
Maintains a safe environ-
ment in the laboratory.
Assists in education,
training and practice of
safe work habits of fellow
employees. Performs
instrument maintenance
and quality control. Takes
corrective action as
required. Participates in
performance improvement
activities. Maintains strict
patient confidentiality and
recognizes age-specific
criteria.
Qualifications:
Required:
Current CA Clinical
Laboratory Scientist
License
Bachelors degree from a
four-year College or
University or one to two
years related experience
and/or training; or
equivalent combination of
education and experience.
Preferred:
Recent experience in a
Clinical Laboratory of an
acute care facility is
preferred. VCS308940
Healthcare
RN II - Pre-Op/PACU
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Me-
morial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care fa-
cility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
vative leadership.
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what its like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Provides pre and post-op-
erative nursing care to pa-
tients having inpatient and
outpatient surgical services
in the hospital and Main
OR. Provides care within
scope of license Accurate
and timely documentation
consistent with practice and
hospital policy. Effectively
plans and communicates
patient and family educa-
tion. Participates in unit-
based educational ac-
tivities.
Qualifications:
Associates degree (ADN)
required, BSN preferred.
Pre-op and PACU experi-
ence preferred. Critical
care experience is highly
preferred. Minimum of one
(1) year recent med-surg
acute care nursing re-
quired. Current CA RN Li-
cense - Current BLS, ACLS
and PALS certifications are
required. Cross training
and floating required. On-
call within 30 minutes is re-
quired.
VCS308935
Healthcare
RN V - Stroke Coordinator
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
The Stroke Coordinator is a
leader for the stroke pro-
grams performance im-
provement initiatives and
acts as a clinical resource
and role model for all areas
caring for these patients.
Coordinates the clinical
management for the stroke
patient population, in con-
junction with the medical
director, across the entire
continuum of care. Pro-
vides and/or coordinates
educational activities for
both staff and patients.
Acts as a community liai-
son on behalf of the pro-
gram and the hospital. Is
directly involved in the
marketing and promotion of
services provided. Incorpo-
rated within each of these
role functions, the coordina-
tor is a role model, patient
advocate, change agent,
leader and cost effective
practitioner. Maintains
documentation of facilitys
compliance with national
stroke guidelines and ac-
creditation requirement.
Responsible for regulatory
and stroke certification/des-
ignation requirements.
Meets with families of new-
ly diagnosed stroke pa-
tients. Plan, implement,
and evaluate patient educa-
tion efforts within the hospi-
tal. Concurrent chart
review of stroke patients
and coordination of multi-
disciplinary services.
Tracking and reporting
stroke patient medical ex-
perience and outcomes
through data extraction and
patient satisfaction follow-
up. Facilitate stroke pre-
vention community out-
reach efforts. Act as
internal and external con-
sultant on stroke-related
initiatives. Act as the liai-
son between prevention per-
sonnel, pre-hospital
personnel, EMS, rehabilita-
tion facilities. Provide in-
ternal staff education to
stroke units providing at
least 8 hours of stroke-spe-
cific continuing education
hours annually. Facilitate
stroke team or stroke advi-
sory committee meetings.
Develop policies and
procedures
Qualifications:
BSN required, MSN pre-
ferred. Seven (7) years
nursing experience with at
least 2 years stroke-specific
emphasis is required. Pres-
entation and computer
skills; Word, Excel, Power-
Point, Access are required.
Current ACLS and BLS cer-
tification required
VCS308933
Healthcare
Staff Pharmacist
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community
Memorial Hospital is a 242
bed non-profit, acute care
facility, committed to
provide quality patient care
in an environment that
promotes clinical
excellence and innovative
leadership.
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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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
its like to work at
Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Provides pharmaceutical
care to customers.
Functions as a
pharmaceutical
educational/informational
resource for our health care
workers and customers.
Must have a working
knowledge of outpatient and
inpatient order entry
computer systems. Must
have a working knowledge
of patient clinical
monitoring. Must have a
working knowledge of the
IV room processes. Directs
workflow to keep the
pharmacy running
smoothly. Directly
supervises technicians in
the Pharmacy Department.
Carries out supervisory
responsibilities in
accordance with the
organizations policies and
applicable laws.
Responsibilities include
training employees;
planning, assigning, and
directing work; appraising
performance; addressing
complaints and resolving
problems.
Qualifications:
Masters degree (M. A.) or
equivalent; or four years
related experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Pharmacy
degree or equivalency
exam. Knowledge of
Database software;
Spreadsheet software and
Word Processing software
is required. Valid CA
Pharmacist license
required.
VCS308921
Healthcare
The Palms at Bonaventure
Assisted Living is looking
for a Dishwasher/Kitchen
support help. Please
contact Irma Melgoza at
805-647-0616 or stop by to fill
out an application:
111 N. Wells Rd Ventura
CA 93004. We are an EOE.
VCS308734
Nurse Practitioner /
Physicians Assistant
Valor Healthcare, a fast-
growing government con-
tractor that develops and
operates Community-Based
Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs),
currently seeks a full-time
NP or PA for a current va-
cancy at our Primary Care
Clinic in Oxnard, CA. Can-
didates must have appro-
priate CA state licensure
and/or certification. One or
more years experience
treating adult patients is re-
quired.
No hospital coverage or af-
ter hours call. Mon-Fri
8am-5pm. No weekends or
holidays and excellent
benefits. For more informa-
tion about Valor Healthcare
and to apply, please visit:
https://careers-valorhealth
care.icims.com. EOE
VCS309028
Insurance
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNT
EXECUTIVE
Established and growing
Westlake Village insurance
agency hiring additional
staff now. Must be confi-
dent, self-starter, complete
knowledge to handle all
lines of coverage for busi-
ness clients from start to
finish. Beautiful office,
friendly hard working staff.
Generous salary per experi-
ence, benefits. Access to
Travelers, Golden Eagle,
Hartford, CIG, Mercury,
E&S Markets, much more.
Call Lora 805-409-2860
VCS308780
Insurance
Office Assistant Position/
Seeking hard working,
dependable, friendly, team
member for clerical and
customer service work.
Friendly office environment
benefits for F/T work,
immediate opening.
Fax resume to: 818-971-3325
or Email: kyle@u-pic.com
VCS308452
UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA
Laboratory Assistant I
UC Cooperative Extension
needs part-time assistant
for strawberry research
program. Prefer experience
in field and lab data
collection. Send resume to:
669 County Square Dr. #100,
Ventura, CA 93003
Attn: Cris Johnson
VCS308832
Education/Social Services
(Preschool)
Establishing eligibility lists
for the 2012-13 CDR/Head
Start Preschool Program.
SITE SUPERVISOR
$2,898 - $4,288/month
TEACHER & SUB
$12.49 - $20.06
ASSISTANT TEACHER
$10.80 - $13.49
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATOR
(Early Head Start
Program) $14.89 - $22.06
FAMILY SERVICES
SPECIALIST
$13.25 - $16.56
HOME BASED TEACHER
$13.25 - $19.41
COOK
$10.80 - $15.45
Xlnt Benefits. CDR,
221 E. Ventura Blvd,
Oxnard, 93036. 805-485-7878
www.cdrv.org
Apply by 6/29/12. AA/EEOE
VCS309138
Maintenance
P/T Building Maintenance I
($11.83-$13.69/hr)
Custodial care & maint. of
District bldgs. M-F, 3-7 pm.
Job open until filled. Details
& applic at:www.rsrpd.org.
Rancho Simi Rec & Park
Dist, 1692 Sycamore Dr.,
Simi, 93065 VCS308870
Exp Plumbers (5yrs) need-
ed for work in T.O. Must
have tools & transportation.
Fax resume w/salary histo-
ry to 818-363-5076 or email
cwbshrewsbury@yahoo.com
Please include 3 references
& a daytime phone number
VCS309104
PAINTERS/LABORERS
Ventura Based Const. &
Painting company is
looking for: Reliable,
Dependable, Bilingual a
plus, Hard worker, Clean,
Respectable, Good people
skills, Honest. Must have a
Valid CA Drivers License
& Transportation. Call to
schedule an interview.
805-650-0800 VCS309092
PRODUCTION
SUPERVISOR
F/T position. Seeking exp.
bilingual spa/eng w/strong
org. skills to supervise and
fill production orders. Com-
puter skills req. Competitve
salary w/benfits. Sumbit
resume via fax @
805-487-0109 or Apply in
person:1135 Mountain View
Ave, Oxnard VCS308912
PROPERTY MGR
Large prop mgmt co seeks
expd person to manage
HOAs in various locations
from Westlake ofc. Salary,
benefits & comm. Call Don
9-5, Mon-Fri 800-729-5673 x0
VCS309126
Healthcare
OVCH Food Service Supvr
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer Responsibilities:
Under the direct supervi-
sion of the Director of Food
& Nutrition Services, the
Food Service Supervisor
shall manage the day to
day operations of the Nutri-
tional Services. He/She will
be responsible for schedul-
ing of staff to meet stan-
dards set by the
Department of Public
Health, State licensing
regulations and departmen-
tal needs. Ensure that
regulations for infection
control, environmental
health and state surveys,
are followed and reports for
compliance are recorded
for review by both Facility
and outside agencies.
He/She will review daily
and weekly menus and
shall order according to the
guidelines of the menu sys-
tem. He/She will be assist
computer input of likes and
dislikes, Resident Menu Se-
lections, Therapeutic diet
input given by the staff die-
titian, and other informa-
tion provided or requested
by the Nursing Depart-
ments. He/She shall super-
vise daily tray line to
ensure compliance. Will
assist and prepare, season
and cook foods for hospital
patients, staff and visitors.
He/She shall oversee all ca-
tering events. Must be able
to determine waste to en-
sure no overproduction of
food. Shall make sugges-
tions to the Director of
Food & Nutrition Services,
the Staff Dietitian, and
Nursing Directors for menu
changes due to quality and
seasonal food availability.
He/She shall participate in
departmental safety and
quality program and sup-
port hospital/departmental
service excellence initia-
tives.
Qualifications:MINIMUM
QUALIFICATIONS:
High School Diploma or
equivalent. Certified Die-
tary Manager, or obtained
within 1 year of hire. Cur-
rent ServSafe certification
3 years previous superviso-
ry experience in hospital
food service. 5 years cook-
ing/culinary experience in
restaurant or hospital
Ability to read, write, and
speak English.
PREFERRED
QUALIFICATIONS:
At least 6 months profes-
sional training at a culinary
school. Bi-lingual VCS308929
Healthcare
Registered Nurse - ICU
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital an affiliate of
Community Memorial Hos-
pital is a non-profit, com-
munity-based acute care
facility dedicated to serving
the 35,000 plus residents of
the Ojai Valley.
Our 103-bed facility, which
includes a continuing care
center, is fully accredited
by Det Norske Veritas
(DNV), and licensed by the
California Department of
Health Services. In addition
we also operate a primary
care clinic in the Ojai Val-
ley -- The Oak View Family
Practice Clinic and the
Keeler Center for the study
of Headache.
We provide inpatient, out-
patient, and skilled nursing
services for mostly primary
and secondary care needs.
In addition we operate a
24-hour standby emergency
room facility.
Our staff is committed to
providing exceptional care
and comfort to each patient
within our facility. Our
highly trained staff of phy-
sicians, nurses, manage-
ment, and volunteers work
closely together to ensure
the best in health care ser-
vices.
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer
Responsibilities:
Provide direct and indirect
patient care in the acute in-
patient setting. Communi-
cate with physicians and
interdisciplinary patient
care team members about
changes in patients clinical
condition. Participates in
performance improvement
and CQI activities.
Qualifications:
Required Qualifications:
One (1) years recent ICU
nursing experience
Current CA RN License
Current BLS Certification
Current ACLS Certifica-
tion
Current PALS Certifica-
tion
Preferred Qualifications:
CCRN Certification
VCS308944
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540
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540
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Located close to the beach,
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Angeles, Community Me-
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non-profit, acute care fa-
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quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
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We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
EmployerResponsibilities:
Experienced nurse in car-
diovascular/critical care to
manage patients undergo-
ing diagnostic and
interventional cardiac, elec-
trophysiology, and radiolog-
ic procedures. Must be a
team player who possesses
excellent assessment, com-
munication, and critical
thinking skills.
Qualifications:
Associates degree (A.D.) in
Nursing required, BSN pre-
ferred. Must have experi-
ence with moderate
sedation, IABP, cardiac
medications, and vascular
access management. Must
have BLS and ACLS certifi-
cations. Must be willing to
take call one day/week and
every 5th weekend.
VCS308920
Healthcare
Ultrasound Tech
Located close to the beach,
just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Me-
morial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care fa-
cility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an
environment that promotes
clinical excellence and inno-
vative leadership.
We offer some of the best
benefits in the industry,
along with great career
choices, training, and lead-
ership 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, were there
for you every step of the
way.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what its like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer
Responsibilities:
Produces two-dimensional
ultrasonic recordings of in-
ternal organs, using ultra-
sound equipment for use by
physician in diagnosis of
disease and study of mal-
function of organs. Per-
forms many images of
different parts of the body
such as pelvis, abdomen,
neo-natal heads, venous. Se-
lects equipment for use in
ultrasound setup according
to specifications of ex-
amination. Explains pro-
cess to patient, and
instructs and assists patient
in assuming physical posi-
tion for examination. Se-
lects transducer and
adjusts equipment controls
according to organ to be ex-
amined, depth of field, and
other specifications of test.
Keys test data and patient
information into computer
of ultrasound equipment to
maintain record of test re-
sults.
Qualifications:
Fifth year college or uni-
versity program certifi-
cate; or two to four years
related experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience.
Holds a valid license from
the Registry of Diagnostic
Medical Sonography
(RDMS) or possesses a lev-
el of experience determined
to be adequate by the De-
partment Manager and
Medical Director of the Ra-
diology Department. Cur-
rent BLS certification
VCS308939
RECREATION LEADER
I OR II - City of Moorpark -
PT; $9.64 - $15.80 p/hr; 5-19
hours/wk; a completed City
of Moorpark employment
application must be re-
ceived by 5pm on 6/15/12 in
the HR Division, 799 Moor-
park Ave, Moorpark, CA
93021, (805)517-6238. (post-
mark/fax/email not accept-
ed in lieu of original
documents by closing date).
See City web-site for details
www.ci.moorpark.ca.us
VCS308462
RETAIL
FRYS
ELECTRONICS
F/T & P/T POSITIONS
Frys Electronics, a Lead-
ing Retailer of Electronics
in America, is looking for
high quality people to join
our team!
Shifts are flexible and easy
to fit with your schedule.
Comprehensive Benefits
Plan for Full-Time posi-
tions.
* Electronic Component
Sales
* Computer Sales
* Software Sales
* Audio Sales
* Video Sales
* Car Audio Sales
* Appliance Sales
* Wireless Sales
* Car Audio Installation
* Home Theater
Installation Tech
Must Apply in Person:
Mon-Fri 8am - 9pm
Sat 9am - 9pm
Sun 9am - 7pm
1901 E. Ventura Blvd,
Oxnard
VCS306467
SALES
DO YOU HAVE THE
HEART?
If you enjoy cold calls,
closing & a fast paced
sales environment, we
may have a place great
for you. 17 yr old Ventura
Tool Company seeks
tenacious reps to earn
skys the limit income.
Friendly, supportive
office works great with
hippies, grungers or 3-
piece suits. Absolutely no
sales or tool experience
needed. We offer a
complete training
program. Not MLM or
blow & go, we are looking
for career type long term
reps. Currently 7 reps
making $31.42 per hour,
hourly plus commission.
Great hours M-F 7am to
2:15pm. Come in & give it
a shot. Call Matt now @
805-644-7758 VCS308602
SALES/OPERATIONS
Aggressively growing in-
home services company
seeking energetic individu-
als. Communication skills,
physically fit, clean cut,
clean driving record.
Benefits. Send resume to:
straub84@gmail.com
805-642-4784 VCS308732
Sales professional needed
to manage existing and de-
velop new business for a
growing, local office prod-
ucts and furniture compa-
ny. Successful candidate
must be ambitious, goal-
oriented, organized and
professional, with 2-4 years
of business to business
sales experience.
This position offers an ex-
tensive training program,
and a competitive compen-
sation and benefits pack-
age. Email resume to
Mr@ponderosaofficesupply.com
VCS308389
Sales Reps Needed: Simi
Valley based retail supply
co seeks in/out-bound sales
reps, F/T, M-F hourly+
Bnfts. Jobs@shopperinc.com
VCS308719
SECRETARY F/T for West-
lake Vlg Property Mgmt co.
Heavy ph, typing & comput-
er skills a must. Call Don
9a-5p. 800-729-5673, ext 0
VCS309355
ESL TEACHER
Private School in Ojai
seeking qualified teacher.
Call Susan 805-640-3403
VCS308715
Welders, Fitters
and Machinists
Mersen USA in Oxnard
has multiple positions for
experienced WELDERS,
FITTERS and MACHIN-
ISTS with ASME pres-
sure vessel background.
Consider joining our
team, building unique
chemical processing
equipment out of a varie-
ty of materials from Car-
bon Steel to Reactive
Metals. Mersen is a bil-
lion dollar a year, Inter-
national Corporation,
offering unique opportu-
nities to our employees
and services to our cus-
tomers. EOE.
For consideration contact
Christine.Bohannan@
mersen.com or fax your
resume to (805) 351-8429
VCS307847
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Sales and Retention
Ventura County Star
The Ventura County Star, Ventura Countys
leading newspaper and web site, has an opening
on our Advertising team for a mid level Sales
and Retention Account Executive to advance
the success of our newspaper, niche products,
and web offerings.
Our Advertising team is comprised of aggres-
sive hunters, vested in furthering their own fi-
nancial and personal success through a
commitment to the growth and development of
local businesses. We provide ongoing training,
coaching and incentives to get the job done. Key
responsibilities include:
In person appointments, with new prospects,
completing needs assessments - this is not a
desk job!
Manage and grow an overall book of business
Creative out-of-the-box mentality with a strong
entrepreneurial approach
Requirements:
Demonstrated sales success with another me-
dia, industry or company preferred
* Experience in inside/outside sales
Top-notch communication skills for both group
presentations and one-on-one sales calls
Proficient in Word, Excel and Powerpoint, and
demonstrated ability in Advertising CRM tool
and ad placement tool a plus
*Employment and/or employment agency expe-
rience ideal.
We offer a competitive compensation package
including base salary and a commission incen-
tive program based on achieving monthly reve-
nue goals. Additional benefits include Medical,
Dental, Vision and disability.
The Ventura County Star is part of the E.W.
Scripps Company, a diverse 134-year-old media
enterprise with interests in television stations,
newspapers, local news and information web
sites, and licensing and syndication.
Please apply at our careers site at
www.scripps.com and select requisition #4969.
VCS308380
2088 W. Hillcrest Drive
NEWBURY PARK
Quiet 54 Unit Community.
Studios $1,235
1 Bedroom $1,410
Dual Master $1,675
Gas f/p, renovated, custom
paint, upgraded carpet.
Small dogs are welcome.
Available in JULY!
888.201.4050
VCS308859
CAMARILLO
AFFORDABLE
PARK GLENN APTS
Studio, Avail in Old Town.
2 pools, 5 lndry rms, plenty
of prkg, utils pd. $899/mo.
200 South Glenn Dr
805-482-6000 VCS307537
CAM. ATTN. SENIORS
1+1 newly remodeled,
ground floor, $950mo +dep
805-482-3033 VCS308891
CAM HEIGHTS DUPLEX
1+1, 1 carport, large pvt yd,
no pets. $1,100. 634 Mesa Dr.
805-984-3613 VCS308314
FILLMORE
Park View Court
$100.00 OFF Of
Contract Rent Each
Month For
6 Months
Fabulous Affordable
Senior Living 55+Comm
Historic Downtown
Fillmore Magnificent
1 & 2 Bdrms with Private
Covered Patios, Free
Internet. Large community
room, group activities,
gazebo in garden.
Dont Miss Out!
Offer Expires 7/31/12
CALL TODAY!
(805) 524-4700
Affordable Housing
*Income/Lease
Restrictions Apply
VCS309344
Hot Summer Deals
CALL FOR DETAILS!!
Rent Specials
on select
1 and 2 bedrooms
Cats Welcome
(866) 311-7888
or visit us at
cypresspointventura.com
*OAC VCS306949
VCS309196
NICE, QUIET STUDIOS FOR 55+
Private balconies + views.
Starting at $759/month.
*1ST MONTH FREE!
Walking distance to stores,
and to doctors offices.
Heated pool, BBQ area,
gym, rec room, festivities.
115 N. 4th Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
Pets ok. Section 8 welcome.
805-525-5804 VCS307527
OXNARD 1+1, shared gar-
age. $825/month+security.
Call 805-256-5047 VCS307731
OXNARD 2+1 Upstairs.
Available Now! Clean, new
carpet/paint, carport parking
laundry room.
Parkview Manner Apts.
805-487-9841 VCS308416
OXNARD 3bd+2ba
gated large backyard with
fruit trees. $1,800/mo.
Available July 1st.
805-616-9690 VCS309223
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $895
1+1 $1075
2+1 $1275
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool &
spa tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS307584
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
*on availability
Beautiful Grounds
BBQ Area
Pool and Jacuzzi
Tennis Courts
Close to Shopping
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS308038
OXNARD
Seniors!
Available Now
Gorgeous 1 bdrm only $925.
Elevators, gated, garage
prkg, fun social activities.
Call Sally Now 805-986-8411
$250 OFF NOW*
55+, Section 8 ok, no pets.
VCS308900
OXN Lrg 1bd, Beautiful,
bright, clean, in very nice
neighborhood, lots of win-
dows, wd flrs, pvt entry,
onsite lndry, shared gar-
age, wtr/trsh incl, no pets.
$975+dep. Military Disc.
Available 7/1.
Cory 805-758-0206 VCS309348
OXN: SHORES STUDIO
separate kitch/bath, upstairs,
1 car, lndry. NO Pets. $795.
805-985-6964 VCS308312
Paradise Found
Gorgeous 1 Bdrms
Start @ $1,130/mo
Pool/Spa
Beautiful Garden Setting
1/2 MO FREE*
805-987-6146
HACIENDA
Find Us at:
www.findhacienda.com
831 Paseo Camarillo
Open 7 days. *OAC
VCS308899
Santa Paula/Ventura
American Investments
Property Management
Homes-Apts-Condos
2 weeks Free rent with
approved application
www.Heidiives.homelog.com
805-933-2121 VCS308668
T.OAKS 2+1
balcony or patio, a/c,
parklike setting, pool,
BBQ area, laundry room.
Call Manager at
805-495-8698 Mon-Fri
after 3:00pm & weekends
9am-4pm VCS307943
T.O. - Granada Gardens
1+1, $1,225
2+2, $1,445 - $1,545
No Dogs or Cats.
Good Credit Required.
805-492-2113 VCS309129
T.O. SPRING SPECIAL
@ MOUNT CLEF APTS
2 Bdrm @ $1,500/mo
1 Bdrm @ $1,100/mo
www.mountclef.com
805-492-2022 VCS307744
T.O. Studio Guest House,
Cute with f/p, sm kitch,
no smoking $1200 +dep
805-795-3802 VCS308614
VENTURA
1br apt $950, 2br apt $1200
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS308612
Ventura
1 or 2 Bedroom
From $1,295/$1,495
Spacious, gated parking,
Convenient to shopping.
ASHWOOD GARDENS
805-644-6724
aptlifestyles.com
VCS308618
VENTURA COUNTY
Tierra Vista Apts
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms
starting from $1,284.00
Models open to view
Pet Friendly
Spacious floor plans
Washer/dryer- every unit
Full kitchen appl pkg
Covered parking
Open Mon-Sun 8:30-6:00
Call 866-799-0390
VCS308596
VENTURA EAST
CITRUS GLEN
A sense of HOME
$1,600/mo
3 BR, w/d hkups
Gas and Water Paid
NO PETS!
805-647-6755
Call We Answer!
VCS308251
Venturas Newest
Apartment Homes
At a price you can afford!
Washer/Dryer included
Oversized Closets
Sparkling Pool
Refreshing Spa
Fitness Center
Internet Coffee Lounge
888-211-1210
ralstoncourtyards.com
VCS308096
VTA 1+1 $950
No pets/smoke, quiet & clean
Open Sat & Sun 11-3pm
1255 E. Santa Clara
VCS309220
VTA 2+1 $1100, sparkling
clean w/ prvt sunny patio.
Prkg/storge/trash pd, Cat
ok. 148 Kellogg 643-3419
643-5834 N/S VCS307831
Vta 2+1 twnhse Best Value!
$1188 wtr & trash paid.
Pristine corner unit, car-
port, near shopping,
quiet area, 805-745-8600
VCS308202
VTA 2+2 w/ocean views,
incls frig, stove, wshr/dryer,
2 car gar, $1700mo, water pd.
626-241-7686 VCS309056
VTA 2br 2ba x-Lg units w/all
appliances, close to shopping
Some units avail for
handicapped and/or seniors.
805-658-7453 VCS307587
VTA Best Value!
Hawaiian Village
2+1 & 2+2.5 @ $1275-$1800
Avail Now! Half OFF 1st
Months Rent. For Details
805-641-2769 VCS309173
VTA East 10939 Del Norte St.
2+1.5, Townhouse style apt
$1,295, 1+1 $895, No Smok-
ing, No Dogs, Cat Ok.
Avail Now! 805-647-8411
VCS308852
VTA
Harbor View Villas
Luxury Apts.
Ocean View
Most utils paid
FREE basic cable
333 N. Kalorama
805-648-1760
VCS307586
VTA Very Lg 2 bedroom
Large, clean & convenient!
Come take a look.
ARMADA APARTMENTS
805-644-5676 for appt.
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS308617
CAM LEISURE VILLAGE
2 + den/patio, pool, golf,
$1,450/mo. 805-312-1504
VCS308329
CAM. Luxury Mission Oaks,
4bd view, gourmet kitchen ,
new paint, f/p, much privacy,
Landscapes, pets ?, $2200
Keith Hanson Realty
805-981-1552 VCS308399
PT HUENEME
Ocean view, 1bdrm for
Lease, in Surfside 3, gated
comm., newly remodled
incl gas & elect., w/ pool,
jacuzzi, & workout room,
$1250/mo & some appls.
Avail 7/1.
Ask for Linda or Ralph.
805-986-8215 VCS308100
SIMI Beautiful 2+1.5, 2 car
detached gar, $1450/mo.
Paul 805-990-3045 or Sukhi
805-402-5050 VCS308397
T. O. Very Clean 2+1 in
Wildwood Park. comm. pool,
Lndry rm & covered prking
incl. $1490/mo incl water.
Brian 818-674-1403 VCS309131
VENTURA 2+1
1,200 sqft, newly remodeled
kitchen & bath, new carpet,
detached 1 car gar+prkg
space, $1,400 HOA dues,
water & trash included.
Section 8 OK.
805-216-0375 or 805-290-2585
VCS308345
VENTURA
3+1.5 Todd Ranch, patio,
gar, yard, lndry, balcony,
pool/jacuzzi, pets
considered, $1,800.
Crossroads Investments
805-485-4040
http://crossroads-
investments.net
VCS308857
Vta 1132 Carlsbad Pl., fresh
2+1, new kitch w/granite
tops, fridge, carpet &
paint, gar, lndy on sight,
$1250 h20 + trash incl,n/s/p
701-9400 VCS308858
OXN 3+2 Guest House 2 sty,
hardwood flrs, f/p, newly
remodeled, $1800 all utils incl
are_low@yahoo.com
805-890-0467 VCS309106
OXNARD DUNES 2bd+2ba,
large garage, patio, near
beach. $1,600/mo. Avail 7/1.
805-984-8780 VCS309251
VENTURA KEYS 2bd+2ba
garage, deck, hook ups, close
to beach, new carpet/paint,
$1,550. 805-981-7882
VCS308354
VTA 1+1 DUPLEX
upstairs unit, North East
Ave. area, $875mo + $875
dep, new stove & refrig,
remodeled last year water
& trash pd Avail 7/14
805-320-2944 VCS309134
VTA 2+1 duplex, w/ fenced
yard, wash/dry hkup,
shared gar, Section 8 ok,
$1350 805-258-3203
VCS309372
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1 & 2 bdrms Newly renovat-
ed, Spa/Pool & rec center.
$1200-$1,540/mo water,
cable tv, trash incl.
One person must be 55+.
805-816-1833 VCS308905
CAM Vista Las Posas 5+3.5,
3 car gar, 3,100sf, $3,400/mo.
Avail July 1st. Steve
818-998-8028 VCS309219
MOORPARK STUDIO
$1,100 includes utilities +
sec dep. No Pets.
Credit Check. 805-529-0289
VCS309089
MRPK 4+2, 1 story, fresh
paint inside and out, new
carpet and tile, grdnr incl.
$1,795/mo. Westcoast Mgmt
805-522-0060 VCS308317
NEWBURY PARK 2 bdrm,
2 bath, Family room, Office.
2 car gar, avail 7/1,
$1900+Sec 805-390-5356
VCS308597
NEWBURY PARK
Pets welcome!
1574 sq feet 4bdrms,
2baths, $2,600.00/mo
(805)490-7595
VCS308022
OJAI 2+1, very clean, prvt
area, gas/water/maint in-
cluded, horses allowed on
property (xtra fee), $1200,
805-681-0744 VCS309101
OXN 3+3+loft, large 2 story,
3 car gar, f/p, lrg yard.
N/S/P. Near beach
$2295+dep, grndr incl
805-320-2183 VCS307763
OXN 3 Bedroom, 1 bath,
2 car garage, fenced yard,
$1750/mo+deposit
805-486-2899 VCS309288
OXNARD: 1932 Isabella St.
behind Walmart, Section 8
ok, $2,500/mo. 4bd+2ba.
805-336-3916 VCS308620
Oxnard, cute 1bdrm nr
beach/schools/mall lndry
mats, N/P $1475 wtr/cbl/
elec/gas/grdnr incl
805-228-2422 VCS308999
Oxnard Hollywood Beach
Casa Valentino
Romantic Historical Spanish
ocean front, 4+3, prvt patio,
$5000 mo Real Investments
805-985-1000 VCS309358
OXNARD
WATERFRONT
www.RentRiverpark.com
Detached SFR incl office,
loft, & pool. 3bdrms 3baths
$2,800.00/mo
(805)558-4624 VCS308023
PORT HUENEME
House for Rent
Nice bright house, den can
be used as 3rd bedroom.
Big sunny backyard.
Bard Elementary. Gas
hookups, appliances
available if needed. Cla-
ra at Dahl. 3bdrms,
2baths, $1,775.00/mo
(310)383-3491
VCS309001
PT HUE 4+3, dbl gar, fen.
gated, pool, gum, near
ocean. $1,995/mo.
805-798-4251 VCS309331
PT HUE 5bd+3ba. $2,250/mo.
Close to C.I. Harbor & Base,
2 car gar. New throughout.
Call Mark 805-479-8284
VCS308855
PT Hue nice, clean newer
home 3br 2.5ba 2 sty nr
beach, park & base N/S/P.
$1900 + dep sec 8 o.k.
805-216-0982 VCS308238
Santa Paula 2+1 or 1+1,
cottage style home, yd, gar,
lndry. $850 - $1,175/mo.
805-448-3328 VCS308892
SIMI 4+2.5+pool, fresh
paint, new carpet, f/p,
central a/c, grdnr & pool
service incl. $2,495/mo.
Westcoast Management
805-522-0060 VCS308319
Simi Valley, rare 1 story,
4+2 house, lots of new up-
dates, lovely new bck yard
landscape, N/P/S, $2995/mo
805-300-1330 VCS309007
THOUAND OAKS 3bd+2ba,
W/D, fridge, water and
gardener included, great
central location, N/P, N/S,
Avail Now! $2,395/mo+sec.
805-231-7318 or 805-496-5583
VCS309025
VENTURA
Skyline Estates 4+3 Home,
stunning ocean and island
views, family room with f/p,
panoramic view of hillsides
and park, near hiking trails.
Pictures available. $2,795.
805-643-8887 VCS308701
VTA 2+1, $1,400/mo, all
appls, xtra storage, avocado
trees, pvt drive, next to
Telechuma Plaza.
1-916-740-2032 or 1-530-383-7053
VCS308838
VTA Ave area: 3+2.5 $1,599,
w/d hookup, 1 car garage,
dishwasher, wtr/trash pd.
805-746-0549 VCS308136
VTA Pierpont. 5th house
from beach. entire 2nd flr
2+2+ family rm 1500sqft,
full kitch 2 car gar, full
back & front yrd, ocean
view from master. wash-
er/dryer incl. small pets ok
$2300+util
818-518-5620 VCS308041
N Ox must see SHARED
HOME $698+Many amenities
Need third house mate See
pics online Star Classifd rms
Bob 988-6036 VCS309100
T.O. spacious 2 bdrm, prvt
living rm & bathroom ,
$1400 + util, priv entry
pool nr schools/parks/shop-
ping, quiet neighboorhood,
use of washer/dryer, kitch-
en, no dogs n/s 818-448-4213
annaandmegan@hotmail.com
VCS308738
VTA LARGE (10x12.5)
bdrm. in 2+1 upstairs apt.
nice interior, quiet $460/mo
+$400/dep. incl most util.
805-658-8019 VCS308735
CAM 1 Master Bedroom
pvt bath, utils pd. $650/mo+
$400/sec. NO P/S/D.
805-484-6252 VCS308064
CAM 2 rooms avail,
1 room $475+$475dep & utils
1 room $500+$500dep & utils
805-484-9898 VCS309079
CAMARILLO Furnshd Rm
w pvt Ba 101 & Santa
Rosa. Utl/TV/Inet incl.
Hse priv. Cred chk. No
Smk/Pet 600 secdep M2M
1bdrms 1baths $550.00/mo
(805)910-7686 VCS308111
CAM Furn Room $650 mo
+$150 dep / Unfurn $600 mo
+$100 dep Close to 101 &
CSUCI college. N/S/D/P.
805-844-5095 VCS309416
CAM room available, clean
& cheerful prvt rm & bath,
meals & utils provided in
exchange for assisting an
elderly person in their
home. Flexble schedule for
some days off. Call Ashely
760-831-0068 VCS308016
Fillmore, share bath. all
house priv. Refrences req.,
N/D/S/P $500 805-616-8470
VCS308628
MOORPARK $650/mo, utils
incl. High speed internet,
cable TV, N/S, N/P.
805-523-0565 VCS308369
MRPK Room with View
near college, avail June 1st,
share bath, utils incld.
house privs. $600/month.
Quiet home. 805-552-7374
VCS307889
OXNARD, Clean, Quiet,
Close to Naval Base &
Shopping, Share Ba, Full
House Privs. $450/mo.
805-844-5531 VCS308347
Oxnard North, guest quar-
ters, prv. entrance, 2 rms
prv. bath & outside patio
N/D/S $600 mo 805-485-6830
VCS308831
Oxnard North, Separate 1+1
guest house for you. Fire
place. Deck. $750+$700 dep
+util. No Pets N/S, Owner
Agt. 805-340-0343 VCS308229
OXNARD North Unfurnished
1 bdrm, all house privileges,
private parking, no smoking,
$575/mo, utilities included.
805-816-9412
VCS308754
OXN Furnished Room, DSL
& SAT, hot tub, full privs,
share bath, $750/mo+$350
dep, incl utils. 805-236-0276
VCS309443
OXN North Room/Bath,
all privs, $500/mo, utilities
paid, smoking ok. Call
805-618-0357 VCS309237
OXN Rm in a quiet, clean
home. $550. No smkg, drugs,
pets. Kitch privs, share bath,
utils/cable incl. 805-986-4862
VCS309221
OXN Small Rm, house privs
No Smoking/Pets, $400/mo,
incls utils. 2621 Beaufort.
805-444-0081 VCS309047
OXN Studio Room w/ pvt
entr, bath & kitchen, lovely
area, $750+$300dep, utils
incld, no pets 805-405-5957
VCS309191
PT HUE FURN pvt entry,
micro/refrig incl $825 incl
cable & all util pd
805-382-2501 VCS309259
T.O. Room $575. House privs
utils incld. Good credit
required, no smoking/drink.
805-492-8811 VCS309226
T.O. STUDIO Room Private
entry/bath, kitch w/refrig,
micro, utils pd, $850+dep
805-496-0504 VCS308175
VTA E. $550 Room w/free
utilities. Clean, quiet and
beautiful home, kitch/lndry
privs. No smoking or pets.
805-659-1833 VCS309066
VTA Lrg Rm $695, sm pet
ok, 1st mo prorated or
discounted,utils & cable incl,
No drugs/No drama
714-746-9499 VCS308649
VTA near Govt Ctr, quiet,
furnished room, share bath.
N/S/D/P. $525/mo+dep.
805-646-1125 VCS309339
Camarillo Senior Park,
lrg 1 bdrm, 1 bath, all appl.
incl. , low space rent,
xtra lrg lot, needs minor
repair of bring in your new
one. Great Place To Live.
asking price $20K/obo
nr shopping center &
freeway call 805-822-7330
VCS309175
VENTURA: New 2bd+2ba,
kitchen appliances.
$54,000. Art 805-794-8057
VCS309227
CAMARILLO 675 to 4,480 sf
Warehouse with offices and
bathroom. Great location!
No Auto. 805-649-4857
VCS308651
CAMARILLO
commercial bay w/roll-ups
2,400sqft - $1/sqft-divisable
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
http://crossroads-
investments.net
VCS308215
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
1,600sf, 1,339sf, 85 cents a
sf, office and warehouse.
Warehouse office - 693sf
and 803sf. $1/sf. Call John
at 805-526-5260
VCS308059
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
800sf - 5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS308054
T.O 1st mo FREE
(2) 1500 sf units, each w/
small office & bath, lg roll-up
door. $1300+$1300dep.TPC
760-247-6798 VCS308473
VTA INDUSTRIAL SPACE
960sf - 2,125sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS308057
2 Commercial Offices/
Warehouse for lease
Unit 1: 1,190 sqf
(2 Offices with warehouse)
$1200/Mo (price negotiable)
Unit 2: 1435 sqf
(3 Offices with warehouse)
$1400/mo (price negotiable)
Restroom and Kitchenette
Both units Air cond. &
Heated, Both have Roll-up
Doors+ man door
4475 Dupont Ct., Ventura
(805)218-1796 VCS308157
AVENIDA DE LOS
ARBOLES (1310 & 2622SF)
IN CONSTRUCTION NEW
HOME of 99 only Stores,
2 Spaces (1310 & 2622SF)
Avail, Prime Location!
Established Thousand Oaks
Neighborhood Ctr
@ $1.20/sf/ea NNN. Call Ana
(310)675-1179x4 VCS308162
CAMARILLO
2nd floor offices
approx 600-830 sq ft
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
$400 - $550 per month
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
http://crossroads-
investments.net
VCS308214
CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza, 650sf
to 3400 sf. David Press
(310)553-6512 VCS308869
SIMI - Erringer Plaza
Renovated units, with all
ammenities, convenient
location, build to suite
medical, plus retail or
office. 1,100, 2,200 and
3,300 sf available. Call
John Henry for pricing
805-526-5260 VCS308058
SIMI OFFICE SPACE
700sf - 1,000sf. Available.
Excellent terms & pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS308055
VTA OFFICE SPACE
Beautiful units from
540sf - 4,500sf. Great terms
& pricing. Now Available!
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS308056
VTA PROFESSIONAL
OFFICE SPACE
From $250/mo - $800/mo
Utilities Paid.
Convenient Location at
Victoria & 101 Fwy, Call
Mark @ 805-479-8284
VCS308045
105 Slip $420/mo
Mandalay Bay
No live-a-boards. Private.
805-985-8653 VCS308292
Wanted 50-110 ft dock (non-
livaboard), Ventura or CI,
will pay $4.15 /ft, p/p,
805-643-4706 VCS309000
HARLEY Electric Ride 02,
recently rebuilt, $9,600
805-407-3512 or 805-485-6363
VCS308295
Harley Sportster 99
$4000 obo, very nice, many
upgrades. Pics available,
Please inquire at email:
donald.a.wilson@navy.mil
2006 28ft Holiday Rambler
Savoy LX 5th Wheel,
2 slides, solar panel, new
tires, call for extras , mint
cond, $18,000 obo (1lm5099)
805-746-2425 VCS309019
HONDA 2006 TRX500
(Rubicon) 645 miles, great
condition, gun rack, tote
rack, garden trailer,
$5,000. 805-218-9994
VCS308421
All wanted vintage
cars from 1930-1970.
European or American
Running or not ok.
Private collector/Pay cash.
Call Bob 818-267-9800
crbob52@yahoo.com
VCS305537 VCS307585
AUSTIN HEALY, MG,
Jaguar XK, Triumph TR,
Porsche 356, early 911,
Wanted any year or cond.
415-227-0144 VCS307751
JAGUAR 1949 thru 1973
XK120, 140, 150, E-type,
Mark II WANTED, any cond.
(415)566-5052 VCS307749
MERCEDES SL WANTED
or Cabriolet 54 thru 71
190SL, 230SL, 250SL, 280SL,
300SL 220S/SE, 250SE,
280SE Convertible Any cond.
510-638-7221 VCS307747
WANTED: FORD Mustang
64 Thru 68 Coupe,
Convertible, FB, any cond
510-568-5114 VCS307748
627
Houses Unfurnished
627
Houses Unfurnished
675
Rentals To Share
677
Rooms For Rent
677
Rooms For Rent
677
Rooms For Rent
MobileHomes
692-699
694
Mobile Homes
For Sale
Commercial
Real Estate
875-893
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
887
Stores/Ofces
Rent/Lease
Recreation
900-945
916
Boat Slips
933
Motorcycles And
Equipment
936
Motorhomes/RV
942
Off Road Vehicles
Transportation
950-998
980
Classics/Antiques/
Specialty
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
986
Trucks For Sale
CHEVROLET
Z71 K1500 1997
TRUCK, AUTOMATIC,
GAS, White, 4x4 2dr 6
lift 5.7 liter 173,600
miles, $6,000.00 ()
(805)791-3122
VCS309305
995
Wanted Vehicles
CASH FOR YOUR
CAR OR TRUCK
1990 or newer. Any condition.
818-577-6799 VCS308095
CASH FOR YOUR
VEHICLE RV/Boat
o/b-running/not, vehi-
cle 95-up, RV 80-up
1-800-613-5410 VCS308727
WANTED Old Race Cars,
Classics, Motorcycles:
Harley, Ducati, Porsche,
Jaguar, Austin Healy,
Ferrari, Corvette, Mustang
Camaro barracuda old
toys, auto memorabilia one
item to entire collection.
Come to you, pay in cash.
800-299-3114 or 805-495-7445
hadaparts@aol.com
VCS308811
Gas painreIief
Ventura County has some cheap gas prices out there. Together well
nd them. Visit VCStar.com/gasprices.
Utilize
loan calculator to project monthly
payments. Visit VCSHOMES.com
VCS1264711