Eric Harrison, president of the United Way of Ventura County, speaks with Sandra Siepak about the Thomas Fire and Flood fund and the aid provided to the community as a result of local donations.
The Star of Life is a blue, six-pointed star, internationally known as a symbol that represents Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
Debbie Cregan and Corinne Sullivan speak about the Volunteer Ministers and their motto, “Something can be done about it.”
Jill Chiappe speaks with George Alger about evacuating her home before it was destroyed by the Thomas Fire in Ventura, CA. Chiappe also discusses lessons learned from the experience.
12/5/17: As a result of local fires, tomorrow’s Our Ventura TV recordings will be re-scheduled. For those with questions about the TV station (CAPS Media Center), here is what is known at this moment:
Sculptor, Kristan Marvell, talks about bronze casting, which he describes as an ancient process that hasn’t changed much. The bronze casting process requires a fire to heat the metal, which typically uses gas or electricity. In the old days the
Andrew Cummins discusses the ancient art of pottery making, with an emphasis on raku firing. “Raku” is a Japanese term for “fun” and “delightful.” It is also the Japanese surname of the family traditionally associated with the pottery style.