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Gold Coast Transit District Operating Reduced Bus Service in Ojai/Downtown Ventura Due to Thomas Fire

Gold Coast Transit District Operating Reduced Bus Service in Ojai/Downtown Ventura Due to Thomas Fire

OXNARD — Gold Coast Transit District, the largest provider of public transit in Ventura County announced that it will be operating reduced bus service in Ventura and Ojai due to impact of Thomas Fire, potentially impacting hundreds of daily bus passengers. Due to heavy smoke in the Downtown Ventura and Ojai areas, two of GCTD’s...
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Jan. 4 — Walk-in registration begins at Moorpark College

Jan. 4 — Walk-in registration begins at Moorpark College

MOORPARK — Looking to change your career? Interested in enhancing your skillset? Make Moorpark College your first choice in pursing higher education! Classes are offered online & on campus to accommodate any schedule. Join us on Thursday, January 4th, 2018, from 5pm to 7pm. Please visit our website at www.moorparkcollege.edu or contact the Outreach...
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Jan. 13 — 50 Home Challenge Pop-Up

Jan. 13 — 50 Home Challenge Pop-Up

50 Home Challenge Pop-Up emPower Santa Barbara County Enjoy a morning with friends and neighbors to hear how the 50 Home Challenge is improving homes and communities through energy efficiency! The County of Santa Barbara’s emPower program along with CHERP (Community Home Energy Retrofit Program) will be on hand to answer all your home...
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Jan. 18 — Panel of local men to discuss #MeToo & sexual harassment in SLO County

Jan. 18 — Panel of local men to discuss #MeToo & sexual harassment in SLO County

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — A panel discussion — titled Men’s Place in the #MeToo Movement — will address sexual harassment in SLO County and ways that community members, men and women alike, can get involved in supporting the Silence Breakers in our community and putting an end to sexual harassment. The event is hosted...
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Jan. 22 — SBCC Shifts Start of the Spring Semester

Jan. 22 — SBCC Shifts Start of the Spring Semester

Santa Barbara City College, with support from the State Chancellor for California Community Colleges, will shift the start of the Spring Semester by one week. The SBCC Spring Semester will begin Monday, January 22. This applies to all scheduled credit and non-credit classes. The semester end date will be shifted a week later and spring...
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Jan. 23 — ‘The Effects of Medi-Cal on Homeownership’ Free Workshop to be held in Oxnard

Jan. 23 — ‘The Effects of Medi-Cal on Homeownership’ Free Workshop to be held in Oxnard

VENTURA COUNTY — Under a federal law not widely known to consumers, the State of California must seek repayment from the estates of certain Medi-Cal members after they die. What does this mean for homeowners receiving Medi-Cal benefits? Ventura County Community Development Corporation (VCCDC) will host a free educational workshop open to anyone interested in...
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Jan. 31 — Hospice Volunteer Training begins

Jan. 31 — Hospice Volunteer Training begins

CENTRAL COAST — Join Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association’s remarkable core of volunteers–community heroes that give special gifts of time and compassion to patients and their families at the end of life. We will provide you with training that gives you the confidence to enter the homes and lives of others to support them...
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Economic Development Collaborative–Ventura County Adds New SBDC Advisor

Economic Development Collaborative–Ventura County Adds New SBDC Advisor

VENTURA COUNTY — The Economic Development Collaborative–Ventura County has added new consultant Rachel Horn to their team of 30-plus advisors, who all help to provide free one-on-one consulting to local businesses to help area companies strengthen and grow their bottom line. Horn specializes in brand positioning, marketing, advertising and content production. The advisor services...
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SBNC Receives Patient-Centered Medical Home Designation

SBNC Receives Patient-Centered Medical Home Designation

NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home™ standards emphasize enhanced care through patient-clinician partnership SANTA BARBARA — The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has recognized each of the medical facilities at Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). This is the highest level of recognition possible and Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics...
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Peoples’ Self-Help Housing to Honor Michael Towbes, Jeanette Duncan at New Jardin de las Rosas Development

Peoples’ Self-Help Housing to Honor Michael Towbes, Jeanette Duncan at New Jardin de las Rosas Development

SANTA BARBARA — Peoples’ Self-Help Housing (PSHH) is pleased to announce that when the new Jardin de las Rosas apartments are officially opened in downtown Santa Barbara on Thursday, December 7, two people who played critical roles in the organization’s history of serving local residents will be honored. If anyone understood the meaning of community,...
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Dec. 1 nomination deadline approaching for El Concilio’s 28th annual Latino Leadership Awards

Dec. 1 nomination deadline approaching for El Concilio’s 28th annual Latino Leadership Awards

El Concilio is asking for nominations for the 29th Annual Latino Leadership Awards scheduled for April 6th  2018. OXNARD — We’ve made it easier for you to send in your nomination. Click on link here or on flyer to take you to our on-line nomination form. Don’t delay we are less than one month away! El Concilio Family Services is seeking nominations...
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State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson update for Nov. 16

State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson update for Nov. 16

Click here for the entire e-newsletter   Message From Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson In contrast to the gridlock and dysfunction in Washington and the White House, the California Legislature has had an extraordinarily productive year. We passed Senate Bill 1, which invests $54 billion over the next decade in our roads, freeways, bridges and public...
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Scheinfeld Center Summit Prepares Today’s and Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs for Success in the Global Economy

Scheinfeld Center Summit Prepares Today’s and Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs for Success in the Global Economy

SANTA BARBARA — The SBCC Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation hosted its first Global Manufacturing for Startups Summit on Friday, October 27 at the Fess Parker Resort. Side by side, local entrepreneurs, students and regional community college and high school educators engaged with experts to understand the global manufacturing landscape and how to...
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Ventura County Civic Alliance update for Nov. 15

Ventura County Civic Alliance update for Nov. 15

Livable Communities Newsletter Vol. 11, No. 44 November 2017 Quick Links – See the Current State of the Region Report – Last Quarter’s Newsletter   Join us at the Ventura County Civic Alliance! Welcome to Our Fall 2017 Livable Communities Newsletter!  This year, affordable housing has been recognized by many as the biggest challenge to the...
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Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree helped Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics Burn their Mortgage

Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree helped Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics Burn their Mortgage

SANTA BARBARA — In September, Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics made its final payment on the mortgage for the Eastside Neighborhood Medical and Family Dental Clinics. Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree, who along with her late husband, Lord Paul Ridley-Tree, provided major support to the successful acquisition and design of the buildings, performED a ceremonial burning of the...
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