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Actor Trejo celebrates recovery at the 45th Annual Al-Impics
10/4/2019 1:12:23 PM

LOS ANGELES—Today, Danny Trejo (Host, Actor and Addiction Recovery Advocate), Fred Roggin (LA Dean of Sports), Big Boy, (from The Voice of LA and host of Big Boy’s Neighborhood), and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) hosted the 45th Al-Impics, the largest constituent-driven recovery event in Los Angeles County, at the Los Angeles Harbor College in Wilmington. The This great event encourages recovering individuals to join in the spirit of recreation, strive to achieve their respective goals, and contribute to their communities. is a...

LA Department of Mental Health, Dodgers to promote mental health awareness
10/4/2019 1:11:39 PM

LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH), the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) today announced a multi-year partnership focused on bringing issues surrounding mental health out of the shadows and into the public through a multi-faceted awareness campaign. “Sports and the tremendous reach of players and world class teams like the Dodgers provide an audience of potential advocates and ambassadors for the mental health challenges we all face at one time or another,” said Mimi Martinez McKay, Deputy Director...

Kaiser Permanente announces 4-year draft labor contract
10/4/2019 11:36:25 AM

LOS ANGELES (CNS)—After five months of intensive negotiations, Kaiser Permanente and a coalition of 11 unions have reached a 4-year labor agreement that covers 85,000 employees around the nation—most of them in California—and staves off the prospect of a strike, Kaiser said Wednesday. The draft agreement provides for annual pay increases and maintains what Kaiser calls "excellent" benefits while also creating a program to reduce the national shortage of health care workers, according to a Kaiser statement. "If ratified, the agreement will position...

Banana Festival is a blast
10/3/2019 10:58:33 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com Port Hueneme— The Port of Hueneme went bananas Sept. 28, as the 8th Annual Banana Festival meant fun, music, dancing, rides, food, shopping and much more.   The event took place at the port where people also got the chance to tour the area and see everything the location offers and all the products that arrive daily.   The event also meant lots of bananas being handed out, culminating with a pie-eating contest while the band played and people danced the afternoon away.   Britni Austin ran Happy...

Community Resource Fair connects people to services
10/3/2019 10:47:31 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com Oxnard-- Southwinds Park was buzzing with excitement, Sept. 28, as the premier Community Resource Fair meant free backpacks and school supplies for the kids.    Attendees also had access to healthcare programs, college scholarship opportunities, tutoring, adoptable pets, a free lunch, and much more.   Recreation Coordinator Julie Estrada handled the backpack and school supply table and said they are helping kids who are not ready for the school year.   "We were able to secure some funding for...

Music at the Maritime benefits the Oxnard art community
10/3/2019 8:48:53 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricopuntysentry.com Oxnard—The 7th Annual Music at the Maritime was a joyous event that brought the community together to celebrate art, model ships and the many programs offered at the venue.   Attendees enjoyed a delicious meal, drinks, fellowship, and music from the special guests, "The Kim Project," a jazz band that delivered a rock-solid performance that everyone loved.   The group also held a live auction and left with prizes like a Tiki Hut CI Cruise for 6, donated by Arlene and Keith Beckwith, a Night at the...

Fall Prevention Forum inspires superheroes
10/2/2019 9:40:08 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com Oxnard—The South Oxnard Senior Center was filled, Sept. 20, as Ventura County Area Agency on Aging, along with the Fall Prevention Coalition hosted a Fall Seminar.   Attendees heard from Dr. Paulo Carvalho and Dr. Thomas Duncan, who educated the crowd about superhero methods to prevent falls and solutions. The event also featured information about kitchen and bath burn prevention from Debbie Karaman a focus on balance from Camile Torgeson and using Tai Chi for better balance from Carol Vaughn.   Carvalho said...

Walk to end Alzheimer’s fights for the first survivor
10/2/2019 6:52:28 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com Oxnard— The Collection at River Park was the place to be, Aug 28, as the Walk to End Alzheimer's (ALZ) came off without a hitch and was a classic example of people coming together to help others.   The two-mile walk raised $80,757 to date and featured families coming together to support those who continue to battle the disease daily.   Walkers carried Promise Garden Flowers in blue, representing someone with Alzheimer's or Dementia, purple, for people who lost someone to the disease, yellow for people...

Getting to groundwater sustainability in 20 years will cost money
9/26/2019 2:00:27 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com Oxnard—The conversation about groundwater in the basin and higher pumping fees for Oxnard continues with an interview with Glenn Shepard and Kim Loeb who answer questions about the issue moving forward and how it will affect the Oxnard sub-basin.   Cities can expect considerable pumping fee increases per acre-feet of water, and that can have far-reaching effects on the local economy as the basin tries to reach sustainability.   Loeb said there is a difference between paying a pumping fee and paying for...

Day for kids inspires all ages
9/26/2019 1:44:47 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com Oxnard— The 2019 Day for Kids was a joyful day full of love, hope, fun and promise for a great future.   The event, hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme, had lots of fun activities like a rock wall, and a vertical leap harness. Children sang and participated in a fun freestyle hula hoop event hosted by Hattie Hooper.   The day also featured lots of great informational booths for people who want to improve their life and health.   Executive Director Officer Erin...