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Feb. 14 — Love is in the Air at The Collection at RiverPark this Valentine’s Day

Feb. 14 — Love is in the Air at The Collection at RiverPark this Valentine’s Day

OXNARD — The Collection at RiverPark, Ventura County’s premier fashion, dining and entertainment destination, has curated an evening of laughs, treats, and sweet giveaways for local lovebirds. From pre-Valentine’s Day deals to night-of entertainment, The Collection is offering multiple promotions for an evening of romantic adventure. Discover the perfect gift for your valentine with...
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Single mother loses job due to Thomas Fire. Saves home with federal funded program

Single mother loses job due to Thomas Fire. Saves home with federal funded program

VENTURA COUNTY — Maria stared at the TV screen in disbelief seeing the Vista Del Mar Hospital building, where she had worked for the past 7 years, devoured by flames from the Thomas Fire, “I just couldn’t believe it. My heart dropped and I was immediately worried about the patients and staff there.” After finding...
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VCCDC update for Dec. 23

VCCDC update for Dec. 23

December 2017 The end of the year is always a special time when we gather at home with family and reflect on the joys and blessings that the year has brought us. Here at VCCDC one of our greatest accomplishments for 2017 is having assisted more than 125 families in achieving the dream of...
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EDC-VC Business Line update for Dec. 22

EDC-VC Business Line update for Dec. 22

Click here to view the entire e-newsletter President’s Message   Bruce Stenslie Our hearts go out to all those who lost homes and so much in the Thomas Fire disaster.  While the emergency isn’t over, it is both humbling and inspiring to witness the outpouring of understanding, support and spirit for a shared recovery for...
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Jackson bills, including new parent leave act, to become law on Jan. 1

Jackson bills, including new parent leave act, to become law on Jan. 1

SACRAMENTO – Among the numerous bills authored by State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) this year, the following will take effect on January 1, 2018: Senate Bill 63, the New Parent Leave Act: SB 63 will provide 12 weeks of job-protected maternity and paternity leave for California parents who work for smaller companies with 20 to 49 employees, allowing...
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EDC-VC SBDC (Thomas Fire) update for Dec. 20

EDC-VC SBDC (Thomas Fire) update for Dec. 20

  ? Disaster Update: Making a Difference To our clients and partners,   Our hearts go out to all those who have lost homes, property, revenue and much more in this disaster. We are standing in this recovery effort with you. For those impacted as business owners, we know it can be daunting to...
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CSUCI launches nationwide search for Vice President for Student Affairs

CSUCI launches nationwide search for Vice President for Student Affairs

CAMARILLO — CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) is seeking to fill the position of Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) with plans for the new hire to begin in spring of 2018. The VPSA vacancy was created by the December 2017 retirement of William Gregory Sawyer, Ph.D., who held the position since the University began in 2002....
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Peoples’ Self-Help Housing Resident Celebrates 105th Birthday at Creekside Gardens

Peoples’ Self-Help Housing Resident Celebrates 105th Birthday at Creekside Gardens

CENTRAL COAST — Paso Robles resident Vera Maddan celebrated her 105th birthday on December 18 surrounded by about 20 of her family, friends and neighbors at her home, Creekside Gardens Senior Apartments. Creekside Gardens is an affordable housing complex for seniors that is owned by Peoples’ Self-Help Housing and managed by The Duncan Group....
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After Upgrades and Renovations, Valentine Court Welcomes Residents Home for the Holidays

After Upgrades and Renovations, Valentine Court Welcomes Residents Home for the Holidays

SANTA MARIA — Peoples’ Self-Help Housing (PSHH) has been hard at work this summer renovating Valentine Court Apartments, and now residents are coming home in time for the holiday season. Located on East Newlove Drive in Santa Maria, the 35-unit affordable apartment complex has undergone numerous upgrades, including energy efficiency improvements, new paint, appliance installation,...
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Change in Schedule for Camarillo Hospice’s Grief Support for Children and Teens

Change in Schedule for Camarillo Hospice’s Grief Support for Children and Teens

CAMARILLO — Camarillo Hospice, a Program of Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurses Association, will be offering a children and teen grief support group the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month from 5:30 to 7:00 pm starting January 3, 2018. The Good Grief Club designed for children ages 6 to 13 will provide children with...
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Downtown Santa Barbara Holiday Toy Parade Cancelled due to Thomas Fire

Downtown Santa Barbara Holiday Toy Parade Cancelled due to Thomas Fire

PSHH will continue to raise funds to purchase clothing and toys for local children SANTA BARBARA — Peoples’ Self-Help Housing (PSHH) has announced that their Holiday Toy Parade, originally scheduled for Wednesday, December 13, has been cancelled due to the Thomas Fire. The Dec. 13 parade and gift wrapping contest have been cancelled and...
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Local Medi-Cal Recipients and Providers Get Important Updates During Thomas Fire

Local Medi-Cal Recipients and Providers Get Important Updates During Thomas Fire

CENTRAL COAST —  CenCal Health is reaching out to keep its nearly 180,000 members and over 1,500 providers and the community informed with important information and resources as the region faces unprecedented impacts from the Thomas Fire. Updates include critical information about medication prescriptions and refills for members, providers and pharmacies. CenCal Health is aware that...
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TheraMind’s Newest Team Member Ready to Remedy

TheraMind’s Newest Team Member Ready to Remedy

SANTA BARBARA — The TheraMind Center of Santa Barbara would like to extend a warm welcome to Dr. Elena Rapoport, who recently joined their local team of physicians serving the Central Coast. Dr. Rapoport serves as Medical Director of the TheraMind Center in Roseville, California, and has agreed to extend her practice to include...
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Entrepreneurs Can Take Fast Track to Success with SBCC Scheinfeld Center’s Rapid Launch Intensive

Entrepreneurs Can Take Fast Track to Success with SBCC Scheinfeld Center’s Rapid Launch Intensive

Spring 2018 Entrepreneurship classes are enrolling now SANTA BARBARA — Entrepreneurship is about taking action, and in just one semester, the SBCC Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation’s Rapid Launch Intensive can help students take a product or service concept from idea, to prototype, to sales. The program is open to all SBCC students...
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Gold Coast Health Plan Member Alert Regarding Thomas Fire

Gold Coast Health Plan Member Alert Regarding Thomas Fire

Ventura County’s Medi-Cal Plan is Making it Easy for Members to Access Prescriptions and Transportation During the Thomas Fire CAMARILLO — Gold Coast Health Plan (GCHP) is alerting its members that during the Thomas Fire, members can get their prescriptions filled, receive necessary oxygen and have their transportation needs met. The Plan, which has more than...
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