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Black and White Dinner Dance Charity Fundraiser for Homeless

Black and White Dinner Dance Charity Fundraiser for Homeless

Event announcement   NO ACT OF CHARITY IS FOREIGN TO THE SOCIETY “Giving a little warmth to the ones left in the cold” Society of St. Vincent De Paul Ventura County, ask Ventura Social Services Task Force, viagra 60mg and the City of Oxnard Commission on Homelessness cordially invite you to attend the 3rd Annual Black […]

Would you help Childhelp deal with abuse?

Would you help Childhelp deal with abuse?

Public Service Announcement Childhelp is a national organization with a local presence and a 54-year history.  Founded in 1959 by Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson who wanted to put a national spotlight on the problem of child abuse in America and develop cutting-edge solutions. In 1982, Childhelp began operation of the Childhelp® National Child Abuse […]

Children’s Wall of Tears on Display at Ventura College Wednesday, 11-6-13

Children’s Wall of Tears on Display at Ventura College Wednesday, 11-6-13

  IT’S HERE!  THE CHILDREN’S WALL OF TEARS TRAVELS FROM CALIFORNIA TO LOUISIANA IN JANUARY 2014. Prototype will be on display at Ventura College, East end, Wednesday. The Children’s Wall of Tears ™ will ..: Educate the public on child cruelty issues. Will honor and memorialize the innocent, helpless children who were brutally killed through […]

Subject: Sign This Petition to protect California students- hurry- deadline approaches

Subject: Sign This Petition to protect California students- hurry- deadline approaches

Press Release I don’t know if you are aware of a new law that CA Governor Brown signed.  The law allows a boy who says he FEELS like a girl to use the girl’s restroom and locker room at every public K-12 school in California.  Not to be treated unequally by this law, a girl […]

Sacramento is a scary place for taxpayers and not just on Halloween

Sacramento is a scary place for taxpayers and not just on Halloween

Press Release HJTA releases 2013 Legislative Report Card Record-tying number of legislators (79) flunk; only 25 score an “A” Sacramento, stomach CA – HJTA has released its 2013 Legislative Report Card.  HJTA’s scorecard is intended as a tool to help struggling California taxpayers hold legislators of both parties accountable.  Of the 120 members of the […]

Chemistry professor will lecture on climate change

Chemistry professor will lecture on climate change

Cal State Channel Islands to sponsor a lecture by Simone Aloisio, order chemistry professor, site on Nov. 6, sales 7-8:30 P.M.  – Grant R. Brimhall Library (main T.O Library), 1401 East Janss Road,  Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 Aloisio will discuss the scientific basis for climate change, including the most recent findings on its causes and […]

Community Town Hall on opting out of School Common Core Data Mining

Community Town Hall on opting out of School Common Core Data Mining

Event announcement- This is a follow-up event to the June, 2013 CVUSD Common Core event, where Co-Organizer Tony Dolz vowed that he would produce a second event.  There will be an attorney there with a vetted strategy to help you opt out and stand ready to represent you, pro bono! We’ve gone from talking and debate […]

Immigration expert to speak at economic forecast

Immigration expert to speak at economic forecast

Event announcement This is in the Acorn and is a bit pricy- read more: http://www.toacorn.com/news/2013-10-31/Business/Immigration_expert_to_speak_at_economic_forecast.html The California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting will present its 2014 Ventura County forecast at a seminar from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fri., medications Nov. 8 at the Serra Center, salve 5205 Upland Road, Camarillo. During the event titled […]

Oxnard City Council- 10-22-13- “Courts” subsidized housing project replacement controversy- and more

Oxnard City Council- 10-22-13- “Courts” subsidized housing project replacement controversy- and more

By George Miller 61 year old subsidized housing project to be demolished & replaced, much controversy about approach; $21 million wastewater bond refunding approved; continuing saga of the Recycling Plant City takeover countdown ‘til Feb. 1.; Child Abuse Prevention celebrated. Photo- left: Jane Alvaraez, Founder of National Association Against Child Abuse, accepts Proclamation endorsing their […]

Heads up: Know someone who wants to get into West Point, Annapolis, USAF, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine?

Heads up: Know someone who wants to get into West Point, Annapolis, USAF, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine?

MEDIA ADVISORY   OFFICE OF REPRESENTATIVE BROWNLEY TO HOLD SERVICE ACADEMY INFORMATION NIGHT THOUSAND OAKS, rx CA—In order to ensure that all prospective service academy applicants receive the information they need to make an informed decision, price Representative Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) announced that her office will hold a Service Academy Information Night. The following […]