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The Museum of Ventura County, CAPS Media, Ojai Valley Museum, and Ventura County Library are collaborating to create a historical archive of the most devastating natural tragedy in county history. To this end, professional recording sessions will be held in Ojai, Santa Paula, and Ventura. The Museum of Ventura County, CAPS Media, Ojai Valley Museum, and Ventura County Library invite the public, firefighters, law enforcement personnel and other first responders to attend a session to share their stories and recollections of December 4th and the following weeks.

Read more about the project and the recording sessions below:

http://www.mayersonmarketing.com/museum-of-ventura-county-caps-media-ojai-valley-museum-and-ventura-county-library-announce-recording-sessions-for-thomas-fire-our-story-project/
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The Museum of Ventura County announced today that a $1 million gift made late last month established the Barbara Barnard Smith Museum of Ventura County Executive Director Fund which will provide permanent and ongoing financial support for the museum’s executive director position.

Find out more here: http://www.mayersonmarketing.com/museum-of-ventura-county-receives-1-million-endowment/
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The Museum of Ventura County and CAPS Media are coordinating with the Ventura City fire and police departments, county fire and sheriff departments, other agencies and most importantly the Ventura County public to create an historical archive of the most devastating natural tragedy in county history. Throughout the next few months, the Museum and CAPS Media will be gathering stories and digital images as well as physical artifacts to assemble an historical record of the extraordinary sacrifices of fire fighters, law enforcement personnel and other first responders who tirelessly battled the devastating Thomas Fire, and the citizens of Ventura who reacted to the crisis with astonishing calm and then opened their hearts and hands to help those in need. Both organizations invite the public’s participation and encourage those with a story to tell or a tribute or thank you to share, to submit their stories and digital images to help document our common experience.
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EDC-VC is offering additional services to Thomas fire and flood victims. For more information, click the link below:
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KidSTREAM, the emerging children’s museum based in Camarillo, received funding from the William A. and Cynthia D. Fairburn, Jr. Memorial Fund to assess needs and measure the expected economic and social impacts that will be created by the museum when it is in full operation in a dedicated museum facility. The $6,000 grant was made through the Ventura County Community Foundation. The return on investment and impact study will be conducted by Jamshid Damooei at Damooei Global Research.

Check out more on our website!
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The Economic Development Collaborative–Ventura County has added new consultant Rachel Horn to their team of 30-plus advisors, who all help to provide free one-on-one consulting to local businesses to help area companies strengthen and grow their bottom line. Horn specializes in brand positioning, marketing, advertising and content production. The advisor services are free-of-charge to local businesses through EDC-VC’s Small Business Development Center of Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties (SBDC).

To find out more, visit our website!
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Ferguson Case Orr Paterson LLP (FCOP), Ventura County’s largest law firm, is pleased to announce that Joshua S. Hopstone has been elevated to partner, beginning Jan. 1, 2018. In his seven years at FCOP, Hopstone has built a strong practice focused primarily on complex business and real estate related matters. He is also an accomplished appellate advocate.

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Dr. Greg Gillespie, chancellor, Ventura County Community College District and Ysabel Trinidad, vice president for finance and administration at California State University Channel Islands are the newest Economic Development Collaborative–Ventura County board members.

“Greg and Ysabel each have more than 25 years’ experience in higher education leadership. Their insight into university-level administration will be beneficial to our board’s efforts to continue to develop partnerships, programs and services for clients we serve throughout Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties,” said Bruce Stenslie, EDC-VC’s president and CEO.

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