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December 1, 1995 | DAVID R. BAKER
An auction next week at Camarillo's Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club will help send several area high school students to college. The Ventura County branch of the National Human Resources Assn. will host its second annual silent auction at the club Wednesday. Money raised will fund two or three college scholarships, each worth $1,000, for local high school seniors interested in careers in business or human resources. About 60 items, including vacation packages, will be auctioned.
July 29, 1998 | JENNIFER KNIGHT
A local charity golf tournament has raised $45,000 to benefit Casa Pacifica, a temporary shelter for abused and neglected children. More than 100 golfers participated in the sixth annual Care for Kids Golf Classic on Monday at Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club. When the fund-raiser began, Rotary Club members in Camarillo made a commitment to raise $250,000 over a five-year period. Although the group was one year off the mark, the goal has been met this year.
July 28, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
The Camarillo Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its 1998 Top 10 Community Awards, with the deadline next Monday. Nominees should be individuals, businesses or clubs that have consistently and creatively dedicated time and effort toward bettering Camarillo.
September 7, 1993 | Jack Searles
Only six of the 151 pricey residential lots at Camarillo's Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club have been sold so far, but 450 country club memberships have been sold, according to the development's marketing coordinator, Ty McCutcheon. The one-acre-plus lots start at $290,000 and go up to $650,000. Members' initiation fees range from $2,000 to $55,000, depending on privileges. "Some people think we're crazy, selling lots at these prices in this market," McCutcheon said.
November 13, 1998 | S.J. CAHN
A Simi Valley resident has been arrested on suspicion of fraud after allegedly billing Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club for food that was never delivered. Jarrett Craig Inkeles billed the Camarillo country club for $207,976 worth of food products never delivered to the club's restaurant, according to the Ventura County Sheriff's Department. Inkeles, who allegedly used the alias Jerry Craig, operated both Royal Food Sales and Oxnard Specialties, authorities said.
December 16, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Cascades Golf Club in Sylmar, the first new public golf course within the Los Angeles city limits since 1975, opens today. Woodley Lakes Golf Course in Van Nuys opened July 2, 1975. Cascades is a par-71, 6,600-yard layout designed by Rupert Cupp, architect of Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club in Camarillo. Introductory greens fees are $50 with a cart through January. Information: (818) 833-8900. SOCCER * Midfielder Andres Oropeza of Burbank High has committed to Cal State Northridge.
Where can one find 1,000 feet of sod, a gourmet Oriental dinner for 16, a set of Spaulding Tru-Flight golf clubs or a fishing trip for two at Cabo San Lucas? Try the Boys & Girls Club of Camarillo's "Bids for Kids Auction" at 8:30 tonight at Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club. Auction items are so diverse they defy easy description. Suffice it to say, anyone in the market for a year's worth of free flowers, a purebred Labrador puppy or box seats at a Lakers game need look no further.
April 4, 1995 | J.E. MITCHELL
Ventura County Superior Court Judge Colleen Toy White will be the keynote speaker at this year's Camarillo Women's Day conference on April 22. White will speak on her life and career, according to Women's Day spokeswoman Laine Waggoner. The 16th annual Women's Day program will start at 8 a.m. at Rio Mesa High School, 545 Central Ave. in Oxnard. It and will feature more than 30 workshops dealing with issues facing women, such as family, finances, careers and health.
July 15, 1994 | J.E. MITCHELL
Three development companies have been given the go-ahead to build more than 230 new homes in separate areas of Camarillo. The City Council on Wednesday night approved a Spanish Hills Development Co. proposal to construct 89 single-family houses on a 51-acre parcel at Ponderosa and Earl Joseph drives. The houses are proposed to be considerably smaller than other homes offered at the nearby Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club development. Houses in the new tract will not exceed 2,540 square feet.
September 22, 1994 | MAIA DAVIS
A foundation that raises money for the Ventura Unified School District's 25 schools kicked off its 1994-95 fund-raising drive with a goal of raising $40,000. The district's Educational Foundation raised about $25,000 in the last school year, with contributions ranging from $5 individual gifts to corporate grants of more than $10,000. All of the money went to support the district's arts program and to award $500 grants to about 30 teachers for classroom equipment.
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