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Oxnard College Reopens Child Development Center To The Community

Oxnard College Reopens Child Development Center To The Community

OXNARD, Calif. (July 29, 2021)–Oxnard College is reopening its Child Development Center on Aug. 16 after undergoing renovations, expanding its hours and adopting a new curriculum. The Oxnard College “Little Condors” Child Development Center will serve preschoolers Monday through Friday, year-round, helping bridge a gap in Ventura County childcare services and providing much-needed support for family […]

Golfers Hit The Links To Raise Money For Casa Pacifica And Other Charities In The 29th Annual Care For Kids Golf Classic

Golfers Hit The Links To Raise Money For Casa Pacifica And Other Charities In The 29th Annual Care For Kids Golf Classic

Camarillo, CA – The 29th Annual Care for Kids Golf Classic hosted by the Rotary Clubs of Camarillo took place on Monday, July 26th at Spanish Hills Country Club. The sold-out tournament raised funds for Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families and its programs that serve foster and at-risk youth, along with other Rotary Foundation charities. Advanced Motion […]

Oxnard Chamber Announces Winners of 71st Annual Community & Business Awards

Oxnard Chamber Announces Winners of 71st Annual Community & Business Awards

OXNARD, Calif., FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The Oxnard Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce nine recipients of its annual Community & Business Awards, which will be celebrated on Thursday, August 12, at 11:30 am at the Courtyard by Marriott in Oxnard and emceed by Oxnard City Manager Alex Nguyen. Now in its 71st year, […]

“Vistas, Varmints And Vagabonds: The PAC6 Paints The Wild West” Opens July 31 At The Santa Paula Art Museum

“Vistas, Varmints And Vagabonds: The PAC6 Paints The Wild West” Opens July 31 At The Santa Paula Art Museum

SANTA PAULA, CA – The PAC6 Painters return to the Santa Paula Art Museum this summer with their second major exhibition. “Vistas, Varmints and Vagabonds: The PAC6 Paints the Wild West” will open July 31, 2021, and will be on view through November 7, 2021. The artists will be on hand for an opening reception […]

High-Tech Learning Lab To Open At VCOE

High-Tech Learning Lab To Open At VCOE

MEDIA INVITATION: Members of the media are invited to visit the lab while students are there any time July 26-30 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Media who would like to visit should contact Dave Schermer at [email protected] to arrange a time. Seventh-grade students from Somis School will be the first to experience a new high-tech learning […]

AFP-SBV IS SEEKING AWARD NOMINATIONS | AFP-SBV National Philanthropy Day Call For Nominations

AFP-SBV IS SEEKING AWARD NOMINATIONS | AFP-SBV National Philanthropy Day Call For Nominations

Santa Barbara, CA, July 22, 2021 – The Association of Fundraising Professionals Santa Barbara/Ventura Counties Chapter (AFP-SBV) is seeking award nominations for National Philanthropy Day (NPD) 2021. Please help us identify those who are making an impact though leadership, volunteerism, and/or financial contribution by nominating an individual or organization in one of the following categories: […]

Casa Pacifica Announces Full Line-Up Of Events For 2021

Casa Pacifica Announces Full Line-Up Of Events For 2021

29th Annual Care for Kids Golf Tournament Monday, July 26th, 2021 Spanish Hills Golf & Country Club The charity golf tournament is one of the longest running in Ventura County, hosted annually by The Camarillo Rotary Clubs. Enjoy margaritas, hot dogs, draft beer, cigar rolling, and more on the course! Feeling lucky? Take your shot at […]

Last Chance Sale Of Taste Of Camarillo Festival Tickets – Limited Time Offer

Last Chance Sale Of Taste Of Camarillo Festival Tickets – Limited Time Offer

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Do Drug Trials Underestimate Side Effects?

Do Drug Trials Underestimate Side Effects?

Sebastian Rushworth M.D. One commonly used trick in drug trials is to exclude any group that might make the drug look worse, such as those that are more likely to experience side effects. A good recent example of this is the covid vaccine trials, which largely excluded people with auto-immune diseases (more likely to develop […]

The Herzog Family Welcomes David Galzignato As Senior Winemaker And Director Of Winemaking Operations

The Herzog Family Welcomes David Galzignato As Senior Winemaker And Director Of Winemaking Operations

OXNARD, CA (July 22, 2021) – Herzog Wine Cellars, a Southern California winery owned and operated by America’s oldest wine making family, is pleased to announce and welcome celebrated winemaker David Galzignato as its new Senior Winemaker and Director of Winemaking Operations. Galzignato will work with one of Herzog’s founding winemakers, Joe Hurliman, who has […]

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