|Lt. Thomas Wieland||Aug 03, 2016||
U.S. Coast Guard
The Coast Guard is one of the five armed forces of the U.S. and the only military organization within the Department of Homeland Security. Since 1790 the Coast Guard has safeguarded our Nation's maritime interests and environment around the world. Our speaker, Lt. Thomas Wieland, Commanding Officer of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Channel Islands Harbor will share the responsibilities of this multi-mission unit that’s located right in our back yard.
|Laurie Jackson||Aug 10, 2016||
Saving Lives Camarillo
Young people are inundated with pressure from their peers to engage in risky behaviors including drinking alcohol, using drugs and abusing prescription medications. Laurie Jackson, new Coalition Coordinator of Saving Lives Camarillo Coalition will tell us how community members are given the mechanism to come together to help our youth make wise choices.
|Amy Tyrrell||Aug 17, 2016||
Culinary training in jail
Come hear how Chef Amy Tyrrell of Morsels as You Wish was brought on board by Ventura Adult and Continuing Education as a Culinary Instructor. She’s assigned to Todd Road Jail for the purpose of teaching inmates a culinary course providing them with a vocation and access to employment upon release. And yes, they do use knives in the program!
|DARK; NO MEETING||Aug 24, 2016||
|Dr. David Lowe||Aug 31, 2016||
Living to 100 in Camarillo?
Learn how Camarillo could become a Blue Zone where people more commonly live to 100 with active functioning lives and without the common chronic diseases that afflict most Americans. Dr. David Lowe, a primary care physician for teens and young adults emphasizes lifestyle medicine for preventing and reversing chronic diseases and teaches this as director of the Camarillo CHIP program.