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The Oxnard Journal January 2006 -- .....................................................
2006 Brings Hope and Promise for those who leave the baggage of past years in the Past and grasp the unseen gifts of tomorrow....................Happy New Year
2006 New Years Issue --- See 2006 Predictions for Oxnard
AZusa Street Revival
............the real skinny
|So What is the City Council Thinking ?????
Collective Reactions are popping up about how our city fathers spend your
hard earned tax money into things that serve a very few.
|Either way you cut it - Oxnard will
get a big piece of Pie.
The Pie Is Your Money - in a story that is developing every minute....the Oxnard Journal will assist you in understanding all the Hub-Bub.
THE STORY ON THE PARKS THAT ATE OXNARD.....is
A Letter Your local newspaper "The Star" will not publish.
December 12, 2006
Next Holden's second reason, that the new owners would just ruin
the golf course, assumes that a private party would pay $15 million for a
golf course just for the opportunity to ruin it. Didn't Mr. Holden believe
in what he stated about the benefits of private ownership? Isn't he the same
Mayor that wants Big League Dreams to operate College Park because,
according to him, private business can provide recreation services at a
better economic balance than government operated recreation? Once the City
sells the course to a private concern what should not happen is anymore City
tax dollars being dumped into the golf course. So we don't understand how
Mr. Holden can say that if the private owners ruined the golf course, which
isn't likely, taxpayers would have to pay for poor business management. We
do understand that the golf fees would need to be increased to the
market-rate and golfers would need to pay the market-rate golf fees instead
of the artificially low rates subsidized by
Located in the Former
Take your family and guests -- there is plenty of room and plenty of good food................
|Another Letter your Local newspaper "The
Star" would not Publish
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Oxnard Faces 2006 Challenges
by Bill Winter
Oxnard is entering its second
Lea Ox Jo en español
NETWORK COALITION –January 2006
MEETS WEEKLY Tuesday, 8:30AM @ Carrows on Oxnard Blvd. (next to McDonald's) open meetings. Who is ONC? A resource/ exchange-collaborative group of 25 to 30 social service, public/private agencies, representatives and business individuals dedicated to community service since 1997. Our GOAL IS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN OUR COMMUNITY.
SOUTH OXNARD DESIGN TEAM, Ormond Beach & Wetlands preservation is one of this group's major goals and concerns of this group. This environmentally conscientious group meets weekly at 6:30 pm Mondays at Puerto Nuevo Restaurant, 3600 Saviers Road, South Oxnard. Puerto Nuevo Restaurant meeting room is available for meetings contact Luis M. Robellada @ 247-1131.
Ventura County Homeless Program Anna Chavez, 987-6712. Regardless of legal status, program assists persons build a life towards self-sufficiency, on an on going process. According to recent statistics 60% of the homeless are women and children, in Ventura County. Affiliated with RAIN Project in Camarillo.
Ventura County Human Services 385-8669 Edwin Sabio, from the 1400 Vanguard Road Office (south Oxnard near corner of Rose Avenue & Wooley Road) reports on going programs, public assistance for food, medi-cal Programs, and other services.
Ventura County Partnership for Safe Families and Communities Meets first Wednesday of month Contact is Lori Steinhauer 805 677-5403 or email: email@example.com
LA COLONIA COALITION Call Vicky Gonzales for more information 415-9437. Thank you for all the participation in the Toys for Tots program over 1,800 toys were distributed to deserving and thankful children.
Luis Mc Arthur, 207-4762 Oxnard Police Department, Colonia /Rose Park’ Storefronts: 485-1325 or 485-1302. Contact Officer McArthur: for senior housing referrals and for the new youth soccer program for Colonia. We are in need of sponsors for new soccer team.
Jocelyn Buckner 382-82-8228, Workforce Investment network Program @ Boys &Girls, (Oxnard) Club, assists youth 16 to 21 years of age to complete high school deficiencies, gain employment, training, career success, path determination and follow up. NFTE classes start on the 24th. NFTE are classes to youth entrepreneurship.
From Natividad Ortega (805) 382-8639 The Employment Development Department's Youth Employment Opportunity Program, YEOP. At risk youth, ages 15-21, to assist them in achieving their educational and vocational goals. Services include peer advising, referrals and placement assistance and referrals to training and community services. The YEOP Specialist assists by removing barriers to enable the youth to remain in or return to school. Eligibility is based on at risk characteristics.
Mo Mosley, Avie Guerra, Rosemary Brisceno, Elvira Zavala
Sandra Avila, 654-3622 Victims Services, Ventura County District Attorneys Office. Announced HOW TO FILE restraining orders, workshops are held Wednesday 8am to 11:30, Spanish or on Tuesdays and Thursday s 8 am to 11, in English.
Susan Becker, 339-2507 Ventura County District Attorney’s Office- SAFE HARBOR Project helps children, who are victims of abuse. Offers Forensic interviews examinations and has an advocacy center for children and adults who have been sexually assaulted or physically abused.
Field /Day Labor project-ONC members distribute to these workers information on health agencies, social service agencies, citizenship/resident status, workers rights to name a few, if your agency has materials or resources to contribute contact Susan or leave info at the Police Storefront in Colonia on Cooper and Grant streets.
HELP- we need information for distribution to the farm workers and day laborers call Susan Becker at 339-2507 or leave at the Store Front at the new Senior Housing project on Camino Del Sol. We need whatever public service information obtainable, for distribution, approximately 200 flyers. Thank you ahead of time. You do not have to get up at 4:30 am; committee will distribute the materials.
PAL Oxnard Police Activities League (PAL) is holding a CARWASH fundraiser on February 4 9:00 am to 2PM corner of fifth and H streets( old Oxnard high site) $5.00. Proceeds will assist the Oxnard PAL Boxing Team travel to London, England to compete in an International Boxing Show!
Pat Mages, 428-4623, 485-6114, Victim Advocate for both the Port Hueneme and Ventura Police Departments. She is also a counselor/trainer/domestic violence victim's advocate for: Interface; and is a trainer for the Ventura County Partnership for Safe Families and Communities.
Pilar Santamaria: PROTOYPES 382-6296. This is a recovery and treatment programs for women and their children. Women are referred to other program by their families, other social service agencies, and by the courts. Women may also refer themselves. Prototypes was founded in 1986. In Ventura County the center has operated since 1992. Client fees are determined on a sliding scale. Thursdays Ms. Santamaria is accompanying the Ventura County Mobile unit to screen for HIV’s at La Gloria Market in Oxnard.
MEXICO TOUR- 8 to 11 days touring Mexico City and the Yucatan. Tour is led by Ana Chavez, Ms - Spanish. The cost is $1500.00 you can pay in payments. $95 to enroll. Departure date June 26 for 10 days (with extension) you will need lots of energy Fee includes: Round trip/Air fare, Meals and sleeping accommodations 7 overnights with private bathrooms. Five organized tours by licensed guides. Six visits to special attractions. Bilingual Tour Director. Email Avie Guerra for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
From Future Leaders FLA -
Family Camp will take place in camp Shalom from February 24 to the 26th. The camp is completely FREE to families. The only requirement is that they have a youth between the ages of 13-17 and both parents must attend. The applications are due Tuesday, January 24th. Grandparents are welcome to attend the Family Camp and babysitting will be provided for toddlers. There will be activity workshops for children ages 6-11. So as you can see it will be very fun for the entire family. The workshops at camp will focus on leadership development, empowerment, and communication for both parents and youth. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Gabriela Torres, Ventura County Program Coordinator Future Leaders of America, Inc. 2021 Sperry Avenue, Suite 11 Ventura, CA 93003
From Pablo Oritz: Hello my friends, I have a great recommendation for your new year. Dr. J. Mitchell Perry will be conducting a special seminar to help us all increase our revenue and decrease the cost of doing business. In addition, he will help us to learn how to get our employees excited about achieving the goals for the New Year and also how to obtain valuable tools that will improve our performance today! Through a special arrangement with a sponsor that wants to film this segment we have the opportunity to attend this seminar FREE! My company has hired Dr. Perry in the past and he is incredible and very effective. I personally encourage you to attend and I guarantee you will be happy you did. Please see the attached flyer and when calling to reserve your seat, you may use my name for preferred seating. You may also call me and I will be happy to RSVP on your behalf. Happy New Year and I look forward to seeing you! Pablo F. Ortiz, Market Specialist Gold Coast Broadcasting LLC Office 805 289-1400 ext. 236 Fax 805 644-7906 Cell 805 701-7718 see attachment:
Y SPECIAL February VALENTINES EVENT:
St. Valentine’s dinner/dance
At Moorpark Country Club featuring:
Musica Norteña- Gourmet dinner
Sunday February 12, 2006.
Dinner: 6-7:00 P.M.*
Dance: 7-10 P.M.
For ticket reservations call (805) 524-4326.
The perfect choice for a memorable evening!
*Dinner will not be served after 7:00 P.M.
An occasion to remember, reserve your table now to host your guest in style. Enjoy a superb dinner, with a professional serving staff to dote on each guests’ needs. Tickets are $50.00 per person.
Table for 10 people/$500.00.
For ticket reservations call (805) 524-4326
"Good friends are like stars......You don't always see them, but you know they are always there."
Avie Guerra..Oxnard, California 93033
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