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Saturday, June 24, 2006
  Camp for Children with Cancer is looking for Volunteers This Summer!      (Charity)
Ongoing Event, Ends 8/6/2006

Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, a sleep away camp for children with cancer and their families, is looking for volunteers to spend nine days this summer in the mountains above Palm Springs with campers ages 9 - 18. Our recreational programs are staffed by volunteer cabin counselors, activity counselors, and directors who are recruited from college campuses, community organizations, and neighborhoods across California and the nation. Volunteers must be at least 19 years of age. Staff members come from a variety of backgrounds and are carefully chosen through an application and interview process because of their interest and ability to work well with youth.
Each summer over 600 children attend camp in Idyllwild, California during the months of June, July, and August. Although all the campers share a common experience of cancer in their lives, the focus of Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times is to provide: a place to shed the stress of daily life; a place to be accepted and not seen as different; a place to meet others with similar experiences and interests; a place to try new things; a place to return year after year to renew special friendships and make new ones; a place to be a kid.
Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times is located on the pine filled slopes of the San Jacinto Mountains in Southern California. Nestled in the pines at 4500 feet, Camp is approximately two hours from Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County. To learn more about Camp and this unforgettable volunteer opportunity, go to www.campronaldmcdonald.org.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Assistant Camp Directors, Lisa or Dot, at 310-268-8488 or [email protected] or [email protected]


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  EAPA      (Employment)
Ongoing Event, Ends 8/31/2006

Employment Aptitude Placement Association's, also known as EAPA, strives to be the professional, successful, solution that meets our communty's needs. We are committed to being part of the team that provides community leadership to promote the ability of individuals, businesses and institutions to address the employment needs of our community.
EAPA is a non-profit organization and will continue to be an invaluable contributor in assisting the unemployed and needy of the Ventura County Community. For more information call EAPA at: 805.648.5868
  Learn how to improve your Internet   8:30 a.m.    (Educational)
Learn how to improve your Internet experience with fiber optics. Why wait one hour and 27 minutes to download a large file with your 56K telephone modem when you could wait only one minute with the slowest fiber optics speed. The 3½-hour meeting is held on Saturday, June 24, 2006, at 8:30 a.m. and the meeting is open to the public and is free. The club's monthly 20-page newsletter is available for all guests. The meeting location is at the Boys and Girls Club of
Camarillo, 1500 Temple Avenue, at the
southeastern corner of Ponderosa Drive and Temple Avenue, in Camarillo.
  Heart2Heart Bone Marrow Drive  10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.    (Leukemia Awareness)
Adding names to the National Marrow Donor Program & giving hope to thousands of patients in need of a bone marrow transplant. PLEASE call for an appointment!

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