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Life In The Vandenberg Village Lions Den

Vandenberg Village Lions Club meeting

by Kathy Cady, VVLC Publicity Chairwoman

At a recent Vandenberg Village Lions Club meeting, Denise Dan-

iels gave a power point presentation about Understanding Dementia.

Ms. Daniels is the Social Services Coordinator & A Unit Director at

the Lompoc Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She spoke

of the common signs and symptoms of dementia, the causes of de-

mentia and the types of dementia. Specific details in the presentation

focused on Alzheimer’s disease, which is only one of countless forms

of dementia.

If you are a caregiver and in need of support, compassion and un-

derstanding, join the local Alzheimer’s Support group. Meetings are

held at the Lompoc Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 1428

W. North Ave., Lompoc on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month

from 1:00-2:30pm. Generations Healthcare, owner of the Center, was

founded upon the belief that caring for the sick, the elderly and the infirm is a special and sacred stewardship.

If you would like Ms. Daniels to present a program to your organization, please contact her at the Skilled Nursing

Center (805) 735-4010 Ext. 230.


Denise Daniels


he Aeaonms inc is better known world wide as the

Shrine as in Shriners Aeaonms Inc., are Prince Hall

9 African American Shriners as oppose to Aaonms

which are white Shriners ( Shriners hospitals) Prince Hall

Shrine support many charitable organizations and local

non profits along with giving scholarships to worthy high

school students to persue a college education, we also con-

tribute 1 million dollars annual for 10 years to the national

diabetes initiative.


n order to facilitate communication and awareness in our local

arts community, the Lompoc Valley Arts Council is in the pro-

cess of taking a census of all the arts and culture groups, organi-

zations and opportunities in the City of Lompoc. We hope to create

a cohesive list that includes not only formal groups and organiza-

tions, but all venues, events, artists and arts services available to the

citizens of Lompoc.

For its relatively small size, the “city of arts and flowers” has an

abundance of arts and culture groups that have been active in our

community for decades. In the field of music alone, nine groups and

venues are active. With the information gained through the census,

the Arts Council hopes to publicize and promote Lompoc’s rich cul-

tural offerings in one place, in order that our arts legacy endures,

flourishes and inspires.

We ask the community’s assistance in this. The list is far from

complete. We would like it to be as extensive as possible, including not only formally established groups and venues, but

also businesses, schools, pop-ups, meet-ups, collaborations, artists and teachers. We would like to collect contact informa-

tion, as well as group “mission statements,” and/or an activity summary, in order to represent and help sustain Lompoc as

a creative community and ensure that these opportunities reach out to the widest possible audience.

The Lompoc Valley Arts Council, a non-

profit established in 1985, is an affiliation of

local arts and culture groups and their repre-

sentatives, as well as individuals and busi-

nesses interested in the arts. Our mission

statement is “to ensure that cultural activities

and art appreciation are accessible and a part

of the lives of all members of our commu-

nity.” We are dedicated to the principle that

art and culture are necessary to human growth

and development. Please contribute your arts

and culture information, activities and venues

to our census, a first step in insuring a thriving

creative community.

Contact Us At:



Subject line:

Arts and Culture

Census, or message us at: www.facebook.


Thank you!


Shriners Aeaonms Inc.

On December 14th 2019 Noble Kenneth Roane Jr. of

Lompc ,California will be elected and installed as the

60th Illustrious Potentate of Muharram Temple # 95 Prince

Hall AEAONMS Inc., located in Santa Monica, California.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Roane relocated to Lom-

poc, California in 2007.

He started his Masonic journey here in Lompoc, in 2010

as a Prince Hall mason. As he sought more Masonic light,

his travels took him to Santa Monica, California where

he is a active member in the Scottish Rite of Freemason-

ry, where he is the Grand Commander of the Council of

Kadosh and Minister of State for his consistory. Joining

The A.E.A.O.N.M.S. INC.,

Mr. Kenneth Roane Jr. has served as a ceremonial mas-

ter, high preist & prophet and chief Rabban this year.

Mr.Kenneth Roane Jr. is 52 years of age and still resides

and works here in Lompoc.

by Beth Hack