|Glenn Pomeroy||Nov 02, 2016||
SoCal has a great risk of earthquake. Referencing the 1994 6.7 magnitude earthquake that struck the San Fernando Valley, Glenn Pomeroy will address how earthquake damage can affect much more than residential property–it’s intertwined with the success of all business, including local industries and larger corporations. Glenn will share the 20 year process of building the California Earthquake Authority and new CEA programs and initiatives in California.
|Priscilla Partridge de Garcia||Nov 09, 2016||
Stress, Aging, Mental Health: What to do until the undertaker comes.
Join us as we hear from our own Dr. Priscilla on a topic that's of interest to everyone!
|Kellie Prather||Nov 16, 2016||
Adult Literacy at the Camarillo Library
The Adult Literacy Program at Camarillo Library offers free tutoring for adults, both native speakers and English learners, provided by some remarkable volunteers from the community. Our speaker, Adult Literacy Program Coordinator Kellie Prather provides support to the tutors and learners as well as educates the public of this great resource.
|DARK; NO MEETING||Nov 23, 2016||
|Tim Gandy||Nov 30, 2016||
Giving is at the heart of everything we do and has indeed made cooperation and civilization possible. Tim Gandy, author of “Giving Sucks, The Prosperity Vacuum” will remind us that you always have something you can give, no matter who you are or what your present circumstances may be.
|Sergeant Scott Duffner||Dec 07, 2016||
Surviving an Active Shooter Incident
The Active Shooter presentation by Sergeant Scott Duffner of the 1000 Oaks Police Department’s Intelligence Led Policing Unit will give us information on how to survive an Active Shooter incident and help make us aware of what the reaction will be from first responders. The presentation consists of 3 videos and PowerPoint slides with extremely helpful information (we hope we never need).