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Inside This Issue
ECF Walks: A Promenade In The Summer Sun
• Club News • Van Pooling • Christian Fellowship • Fitness Center Profiles • Recreation Connection • Classified Advertisements
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8 More than 1,000 Boeing employees slipped on athletic shoes for lunch and partic-
• Here’s an inexpensive way for you to reach thousands of fellow employees to buy or sell a product, find a roommate, rent a cabin, make an announcement and much more.
ipated in a series of five kilometer walks across Boeing’s
Southern California campus-
• A listing of Clubs and contact. • Fitness Member Profiles: Huntington Beach, Long Beach and Seal Beach • Van Pool ride Listings. • Boeing Christian Fellowship Bible Studies. • Douglas Christian Fellowship Lunchtime Bible Studies.
es this summer. See Page 8 for cover photograph IDs.
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ECF Walks: A Promenade In The Summer Sun
Pictured left to right are: Vince Workman, ECF Team Leader, Long Beach Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Kehinde Aribigbola, ECF Walk Leader, C-17 Program; and Patti Smith, ECF California Boardmember. (Photograph by the Employee Times’ Thomas McConville)
■ By MICHAEL GOUGIS Contributing Writer Engineers being the ultimate pragmatists, they probably appreciate an opportunity to accomplish two things at once more than others. So the folks who helped plan the Employees Community Fund of Boeing California 5K walks appealed to their colleagues by pointing out that participating in the fundraisers would help them reach their personal fitness goals as well. Raise money for the community and click off some steps for
the Boeing On The Move fitness program at the same time? Done. More than 1,000 Boeing employees slipped on athletic shoes for lunch and participated in a series of five kilometer walks across Boeing’s Southern California campuses this summer. They ran, they walked, and in doing so, helped raise thousands of dollars for local nonprofits. Kehinde Aribigbola, a supply chain management analyst for the C-17 program in Long Beach, led this year’s ECF walk in Long Beach because of the success of the prior two, and because of her belief in the ECF program.
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Boeing volunteers take time out on their lunch breaks for a brisk walk around the Huntington Beach campus in support of Employees Community Fund (ECF) and the Boeing on the Move initiative. (Boeing photograph)
“I joined the ECF planning committee here in Long Beach about a year ago. I really like what ECF does, and I wanted to be part of that. I thought joining the planning committee was a great way to do that,” Aribigbola says. “At the beginning of the year we go over all of our major events and everyone volunteers for an activity that they want to lead. I wanted to lead the walk so I volunteered for that. “(For) our walks the past two years, the turnout was always big. There was always so much energy. I thought it would be a really great opportunity to lead that and see if we could go even
bigger, get more people talking about ECF, get more contributions. The last two walks were awesome, and I wanted to be a part of that.” Aribigbola participates in 5K run/walks on her own, so she was able to offer encouragement to the reluctant from her own personal point of view. Maybe that’s how the Long Beach walk ended up with 300 people participating in the June 25th event; Aribigbola was able to convince people that they could do what they didn’t think they could do. (Please Continue To Page 12)
Homeboy Industries Homeboy Industries provides one answer to the question: What do you do with an at-risk person who wants out? Not an easy question to answer. Trouble in general is easy to get into and difficult to get out of. Since 1988, Father Gregory Boyle has been trying to make it possible for those who want to turn their lives around to do so. With the motto “Nothing Stops A Bullet Like A Job” stating its philosophy clearly and unequivocally, the small jobs program he started back then has grown into Homeboy Industries. Today, Homeboy Industries operates a bakery, a grocery, farmers markets, a diner, Homegirl Cafe and Catering, and Homeboy and Homegirl merchandising. Not only do those operations provide employment opportunities for at-risk individuals, they help provide funding for a number of support operations such as case management, job training, counseling and something simple yet fundamental – tattoo removal. For more information, contact Homeboy Industries, 130 W. Bruno St., Los Angeles, CA 90012, (323) 526-1254, www.homeboyindustries.org. – Michael Gougis
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Executive Craig Cooning, right, vice president and general manager, Space & Intelligence Systems, cheers on and high fives Employees Community Fund (ECF) 5k walkers as they make their way along the El Segundo route. (Boeing photograph) (Continued From Page 9)
“We had some people, when we told them how far it was, they said, ‘No! We can't do that!’” Aribigbola says. “And we said, ‘Yes, you can. It’s really fun.’” The turnout at El Segundo was even bigger, with more than 400 participants involved in the July 24th event. For Amalia Aviles, solar ray electrical engineer at the spacecraft facility and leader of the ECF walk team, the big turnout was a big deal. Aviles already was a member of the ECF, but an event at the El Segundo facility prompted her to take a closer look at what the fund did and how important it was. ECF helps support Homeboy Industries, a nonprofit dedicated to gang intervention, rehabilitation and re-introducing incarcerated people back into the mainstream of life. Aviles attended a presentation at the El Segundo site by one of the leaders of Homeboy, and the presentation changed the way she looked at ECF. “That was the real message about what ECF does,” Aviles says. “I was already a member of ECF, but I didn’t really connect to it as much as I did after I heard that story and I realized, wow, we really make a difference.” Aviles increased her involvement with ECF, and that led to her leading the ECF walk. The success of the event was critical for ECF at El Segundo, says Jim Schultz, deputy director of the Satellite Development Center in El Segundo and the facility’s ECF Executive Champion. “The (walk) provided an opportunity for employees to demonstrate their support – those who already contribute – and to raise awareness to increase our ECF participation. It’s a valued program, it’s important to show our support, and we need to improve our support,” Schultz says. “Amalia is my go-to. She’s my right hand right now. She’s doing a wonderful job.” And yeah, Aviles was well qualified to use some of the same persuasive logic that Aribigbola used in Long Beach when potential participants objected.
BCA Long Beach Employees Community Fund (ECF) walk participants wave to the camera as they gain steps during the company’s Boeing On the Move initiative. (Boeing photograph)
“I do half marathons,” Aviles says. “I’m not the first person who finishes them, but I get them done in under three hours.” Over in Huntington Beach, Michelle Steddum also was trying to raise the level of awareness at that facility of the employee fund and the positive impact it had on the local community. Steddum, a business manager for the Advanced Network & Space Systems at the facility, helped round up the needed volunteers, and arranged for a couple of the agencies supported by ECF to show up on the day of the walk and help put on the event. Steddum and the crew upped the ante a bit by entering every finisher's name into a raffle; the winner would be able to select a recipient agency to receive a $500 ECF grant. The event was a complete success, with 196 participants completing the course on a beautiful, sunny Southern California summer day. “You couldn]t have asked for a better day,” Steddum says. “I did it for the ECF, but I got my credits toward my Boeing On The Move goal, because I was running around so much!” Overall, the four ECF walks this summer – in El Segundo, Huntington Beach, and the Douglas Complex and the C-17 Complex in Long Beach – drew 1,050 employees as participants. More than 30 employees stepped forward and organized and executed the events, and Boeing contributed $69,500 in matching funds to the ECF. Very effective. An engineer would approve. ■
2013 Volunteer Opportunities The 2013 SoCal Global Corporate Citizenship calendar will feature walks, blood drives, tree-plantings, clean-up’s, home improvement, kids benefits and other activities. Contact Maria Passaseo at email@example.com for updates; information also is available through Total Access/My Community Giving.
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Lung Association – A Drug-Free Treatment For Asthma? Could a device used to treat sleep apnea also help control asthma? The American Lung Association’s Asthma Clinical Research Centers (ACRC) is trying to answer that question. The network is currently recruiting asthma patients for a study to examining whether the use of Continued Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), a safe, non-pharmaceutical device that is used for sleep apnea can also improve asthma control. The ACRC’s current study, the Effect of Positive Airway pressure on Reducing Airway Reactivity in Patients with Asthma (CPAP), is examining whether the use of CPAP, which keeps airways open during sleep, makes airways more relaxed and thus improves asthma symptoms. With CPAP treatment, clean, humidified air is blown into the lungs in order to prevent airways from collapsing. Thus the chest and lungs are more expanded helping patients to breathe better. “If CPAP is found to be effective, this will introduce an entirely new way to treat asthma without medication.” states Robert Wise, MD, director of the American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers Network “If we can reduce the number of inhalers and frequency of inhaled rescue medication with this new treatment, it will not only relieve the burden of asthma but improve their quality of life as well”. The CPAP clinical trial is currently recruiting non-smokers between the ages of 15-60 with history of asthma for their four month study. Learn more about the CPAP study. Asthma is a common lung disease that makes breathing difficult for millions of Americans, both young and old. In 2011, it was estimated that 25.9 million Americans currently had asthma, including 7.1 million children. Asthma is the cause of nearly 11 million ambulatory physician encounters and 440,000 hospitalizations annually. The American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (ACRC) is a network of 18 centers across the U.S. and a data coordinating center at Johns Hopkins conducting large scale clinical trials with the mission to advance the clinical care and treatment of people with asthma. As a multicentered network, the ACRC has focused on conducting effectiveness trials due to its
ability to enroll large numbers of patients from diverse populations to ensure that the research findings are relevant to large groups of patients and can be interpreted with the highest level of scientific authority.
Protocols Currently Recruiting Patients The American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (ACRC) is currently recruiting patients to participate in the following studies. If interested, please complete the web form at: http://www.lung.org/finding-cures/our-research/acrc/protocolsrecruiting.html, and someone from your local ACRC will contact you. Long-acting Beta Agonist Step-Down Study (LASST) Co-funded by GlaxoSmithKline The LASST study is seeking the best way to reduce treatment in patients with well-controlled asthma. Exploratory analyses will include assessing risk factors for step-down failure and assessing the optimal duration of time that asthma control should be maintained before therapy is reduced. Effect of Positive Airway Pressure on Reducing Airway Reactivity in Patients with Asthma (CPAP) Co-funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute As stated earlier, the CPAP study is examining whether the use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), an effective treatment for sleep apnea, could improve asthma control. The development of alternative asthma treatments is crucial as many patients are unable or unwilling to use current drug therapies, such as short-acting bronchodilators and inhaled corticosteroids due to their high cost and the increasing concerns about long-term adverse effects. Smoking Asthmatics Pilot Study (SAPS) Co-funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Evidence exists that smokers are relatively resistant to standard asthma treatments compared to non-smoking asthmatics. Paradoxically, asthmatics who smoke are routinely excluded from studies of treatments for asthma. This feasibility trial will evaluate the performance of standard measures of asthma control in treatment outcomes among asthmatics who smoke in preparation for a future full scale trial. ■
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Fitness Centers Boeing Fitness Center – El Segundo Bldg. S25A, 901 Nash St., El Segundo, 310-662-5526 Boeing Fitness Center – Huntington Beach 14600 Bolsa Chica St., Huntington Beach, 714-896-3326 Boeing Fitness Center – Long Beach 2019 E. Wardlow Rd., Long Beach, 562-427-3462 Boeing Fitness Center – Seal Beach 2600 Westminster Blvd., Seal Beach, 562-797-3612
Hobbies El Segundo Karaoke Club “Dr. Dave” Sunderland, 310-662-7521 Photography Club – Huntington Beach Club has ceased operations. For information about Photographic Society of Orange County, contact Frank Meadors, 714-934-5622
Boeing Affinity Groups Boeing American Indian Society (BAIS) (Meets the 2nd Wednesday every month) Terralee Pettinger, President, 562-496-7126 Carla Mastracco, Vice President Grace Gradillas, Secretary Hong Yuan, Treasurer Georgette Jenkins, Membership Ethel Gannon, Education Joyce White, Activities Armando Cendejas, Chief Advisor Executive Sponsor: Peggy Berry Web site: http://hr.web.boeing.com/index.aspx?com=21&id=78 Boeing Asian American Professional Association (BAAPA) (Meets 1st Thursday of the month – 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) Kevin Davidson, Chairman Thanh Ho, President John Zapata Vice President (acting) Anthony Chang, Treasurer (acting) Elizabeth Dela Cruz, Secretary Jennifer Anderson, CommunicationElection/Recognition (acting)
Jennifer Anderson, Programs & Networking Jeanette Wu, Membership Executive Champions: Bruce Glaser, Tom Croslin Boeing Black Employee Association (BBEA) Don Woullard, President, 562-496-7746 Roberta Morris, Vice President Rocky Anderson, Treasurer Lisa Thomas, Secretary Executive Champion: Donald Pitcher Boeing Association of Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Transgender Employees and Friends (BEAGLES) (Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday every month) Beth Carter, President Nicole Allison, Vice President Michelle Smith, Treasurer Sonia Quinonez-Gamarra, Secretary Executive Champions: Lee Whittington & Frederica Weimer Web site: http://hr.web.boeing.com/index.aspx?com=25&id=93 Boeing Employee Ability Awareness Association (Meets 3rd Wednesday of the month) Parry Havelaar, President, 562-982-5943, 562-234-2998 Rick Tkach, Vice President Lindsay Howell, Secretary Sherman Havelaar, Treasurer Ray Killbreath, Director of Membership Daniel Munoz, Director of Communications Executive Champions: Andy Shelby, Bob Stanger, Jim Michel Boeing Employees Veterans Association George A. Alcivar, President Nick Peralta, Vice President John L. Williams, Treasurer Cheryl Tate, Secretary Boeing Hispanic Employee Network (BHEN) (Meets 2nd Thursday of the month) Dino Montez, President Jesse Madrigal, Vice President (Please Continue To Page 20)
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Toni Burczyk, Secretary Darryl Tillman, Treasurer Boeing Women In Leadership (BWIL) Luz Virgen, President Oscar Ceron, Treasurer Cecille Perez-Abobo, Membership Coordinator Executive Champions: Bruce Glaser & Peggy Berry
Leadership Chapters/Associations Boeing Aerospace Leadership Chapter (BALC) of the National Management Association (NMA) Daniel Kaz, President, M/C H012-A216, 714-585-4264 Website: http://hbapp-temp.web.boeing.com/balc/ Boeing Long Beach Leadership Association (BLBLA) Glenn Button, President, MC H012-B440, 714-907-6031
Personal And Career Development Clubs Amelia Earhart Society – Membership Information Becky Brown, 562-593-2837 American Institute Of Aeronautics And Astronautics Orange County Section http://www.aiaa.org/sections/or/ El Segundo Yoga Club Joanna Chen, firstname.lastname@example.org International Council On Systems Engineering (INCOSE) David Boyd, INCOSE-LA Chapter President, email@example.com International Society website: www.incose.org; L.A. Chapter: www.incose-la.org Society of Allied Weight Engineers (SAWE) SAWE International Society website: http://sawe.org/ SAWE Los Angeles Chapter website: http://los-angeles.sawe.org/
Speech Clubs HB Astromasters Club 6851 Richard Potter, President, 714-372-2046 e-mail: Richard.C.Potter@boeing.com HB SpeakEZ’s Toastmasters Club 8771 Jack Schmidt, VP Public Relations, 714-896-3375; John.J.Schmidt@boeing.com LB Upper Crust Toastmasters Club 1016, Bldg 800 Rick Harenburg: 714-478-4529 or firstname.lastname@example.org HB Mixedmasters Toastmasters Club 3686 Sandra F. Reid, President, 714-372-4196 Sea Launch – The Sky’s The Limit Club 922100
Julie Larson, President, 562/951-7530 Seal Beach Speech Bums, Club 4842 Ed Smith, President, 562-797-5867 Toastmasters – DPD Ed Mitchell, M/C C078-0422, 562-982-6493 or 714-663-7735, FAX 562-496-9244
Boeing Radio Clubs Amateur Radio Club – Long Beach Emergency Communications Team – ECT John F. Hennessy, 562-593-2653, Fax 562-593-2280 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Society (BEARS) – Huntington Beach Dan Violette, M/C H013-C335, 714-896-3332
Sports Clubs Boeing Judo, El Segundo Joseph Buford, President, 310-416-9319 Bruce Inman, Head Coach, 310-364-9127 Workout schedule: Mon., 4:30-6:45 p.m.; Wed., Noon-1:15 p.m. and 4:30-6:30 p.m. Boeing Outdoor Adventure Club (BOAC) Mary Glaser, Huntington Beach, 714-372-9879 Paul Sue, El Segundo, 310-335-6744 Barry Dahlen, Long Beach, 562-593-2722 Wayne Norman, Seal Beach, 562-797-2860 Boeing Tennis Club – Southern California Hugh Vo, Vice President, 562-982-8030 Cathy Sejansky, Membership Director, M/C 110-SB06, 562/797-2829 Douglas Dive Club Dan Pankratz, 562/593-2222 El Segundo Martial Arts Club Elozor Plotke, 310-416-5991 El Segundo Rod & Gun Club Russ Hunt, PIO, email@example.com, Home: 714-540-0363, Fax: 714-540-0376 El Segundo Tai Chi Club Fong Tien, Fong.S.Tien@aero.org Jetliners Trailer Club Nelson Dudley, President, 714-220-9167 or Kay A. Hoeffken, 562-982-2265 MD Windriders Brian Sarinana, M/C D001-0022, 562-593-8870 Racquetball Club (Please Continue To Page 22)
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Howard Mauer M/C C054-0018, 562-593-5625 Snowfliers Ski Club Jim Hughes M/C D083-0058, 562-593-9905 Softball – Huntington Beach Fitness Center Tyron Stern, 714-896-3326 Space and Launch Systems Shooters Assn* (SALSSA) *Not a Boeing Affiliated Club Phil Cowan, 714-896-1739 or Kay Schroeder, 714-372-2597 Training Wheels Off-Road Motorcycle Club Van Richardson M/C D800-0044, 562-593-0506
Golf Clubs Boeing Space Golf Club Scott Thoeny, President H019-F702, 714-372-5824 DAC Memorial Golf Club Howard Croxen 562-431-0202 Financial Management Golf Club Dave Hyatt, M/C H011-A103, 714-896-5929
Special Interest Groups Actors’ Workshop Laurel Richardson M/C H013-A306, 714-896-1079 Veronica Johnson M/C H014-C424, 714-896-6305 The Alliance For Children With Special Needs Tom Schmidt, M/C C160-0060, 562-496-5675 (2nd Shift) “As Bill Sees It” Recovery Support Group Stacey Keefer, M/C C052-0001, 562-982-0777 Boeing Freethought Fellowship of Seal Beach Michael Rivera, 562-797-5419 Boeing Regional Association Network For College Hires, Canoga Park Rich Kim, 818-586-0038 Boeing Retiree’s Breakfast Group John Sustacek, 714-997-1877 Douglas User Group For IBM PC & Compatible
Harish Bhardwaj M/C C052-0552, 562-982-7329 MACDAC West Retirees (DAC, MDC, NA, Boeing) Web site: http://www.macdacwestretirees.org, Phone: 949-387-5825 Parenting Network Jenny G. Lesiow, M/C H010-C021, 714-896-3018 Michelle Harper, M/C H020-C248, 714-372-5055 Pilots West Flying Club* Ron Brankovic, M/C D800-0025, 562-593-5619 * Not a Boeing Affiliated Club
Regional Events And Activities For College Hires (REACH) Grant Crampton, M/C 841-SX21 562-797-5112 or Pager 562-877-9330 R.I. Flying Club, Inc. * Lisa Erickson, M/C H013-B326, 714-896-1812 * Not a Boeing Affiliated Club
Sons Of VFW Post 1622, Lomita, CA John Nordin, 562-593-5218 or 562-593-9490 or Mike McHugh, 562-593-7944
Religious Studies Catholic Study Group David – 714-896-3714 or Andy – 714-896-1519 Boeing Christian Fellowship at Anaheim Gerry Hawkins M/C 031-AE10, 714-762-4734 (Bldg 250-5, IT Conf Rm, Thursdays, 12:15-12:55) Boeing Christian Fellowship at Canoga Park David Johnson, M/C 055-AA78, 818-586-7537 Boeing Christian Fellowship at Huntington Beach Dave Davis, E-mail: email@example.com Douglas Christian Fellowship Richard Haseltine, M/C HM–D721 (C054-0080), 562-497-5056 Islamic Study Group Kareem Shabaik, M/C D800-0058, 562-593-6433 in Long Beach Sami El-soudani, M/C H019-F781, 714-896-7022 in Huntington Beach Torah Group B. Klein. M/C D800-0053, 562-982-2723
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Employee Van Pooling Opportunities
Please e-mail schedule changes/additions/deletions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian Fellowship Bible Studies
LOCATION: Carlsbad/Oceanside/ San Juan Capistrano to Long Beach Operator: Brian Croxen • 6:30-3 p.m. shift Leaves Carslbad 5:05 a.m. p/up San Juan 5:35 Long Beach Bldg 800 6:10 a.m.; C-17 Bldg 52 & 54 6:25 a.m. 562/593-8355 • email@example.com LOCATION: Corona to Long Beach Bldgs. 800, 801, 80, 52 and 54 Operator: Gary Miller Hours: leaves at 4:30 a.m. arrives for work at 6 a.m. leaves Long Beach at 2:30 p.m. 593-4433; Note: no open seats LOCATION: Fountain Valley/Westminster/ Huntington Beach Operator: Hung Le Work Shift: 7:45 to 4:30 p.m. 7 a.m. pickup at Boomers, 16800 Magnolia St. (corner Magnolia & Warner) 310/416-6794 or firstname.lastname@example.org LOCATION: Fullerton to Huntington Beach Operator: Pam Fife Leaves Fullerton Train Station at 6:20 a.m. Departs Huntington Beach at 4:45 p.m. 714/372- 9418 LOCATION: Highland to Huntington Beach Operator: Frank Tsuda Shift: 5:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 714/896-1260 LOCATION: Huntington Beach to El Segundo Operator: Long Nguyen 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. • 310/416-3950 email@example.com LOCATION: Irvine to El Segundo Operator: James McCleary 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. • 310/364-8544 firstname.lastname@example.org LOCATION: Irvine to El Segundo Operator: Shane Ashby 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. • 310/720-5513 LOCATION: Laguna Hills to C-17 Facility at Wardlow Road, Long Beach Operator: Ebrahim Jalali Shift: 7:00 a.m. to 3:42 p.m. 562/593-7136
LOCATION: Lake Elisnore to Long Beach Operator: Steve Cohen Shift: 5:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 562/593-1074 LOCATION: Mira Loma/Norco to Huntington Beach Operator: Cheri Hibbard Shift: 1st 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; 714/372-5341 LOCATION: Moreno Valley Operator: Carl Gunn; Shift: 2:30 to 11:30 p.m. 909/653-4211; 562/982-7443 LOCATION: Moreno Valley to Huntington Beach Operator: Eric Hoffman Shift: 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; 714/896-2355 LOCATION: Moreno Valley to Huntington Beach Operator: Marge Sico Shift: 6 a.m.-2:30 a.m.; Leave Moreno Valley at 4:30 a.m.; arrives Huntington Beach 5:30 a.m. 714/896-3159; Margaret.email@example.com LOCATION: Moreno Valley, Riverside, Long Beach Operator: Joseph Marino Shift: 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Phone: 951/489-9506 LOCATION: Murrieta to Long Beach Operator: John G. Elliott Hours: leaves Murrieta 3:50 a.m.; leaves Long Beach 2 p.m.; 1 stop in Corona Phone: 562/593-7647 LOCATION: Oceanside to Huntington Beach Operator: Frank T. Zakravsky (Subsidized Van) Leaves Oceanside 5:30 a.m., arrives Huntington Beach 6:30 a.m. departs Huntington Beach 3:30 p.m. Arrives Oceanside 4:45 p.m. Ph: 714/896-1082 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LOCATION: Ontario Operator: Ray Kottapalli Leaves park ‘n ride at Achibald/60 Fwy at 4:40 a.m.; Phone: 562/593-4346 LOCATION: Rancho Cucamonga to Long Beach Operator: Collins Peoples 562/234-9767; Shift: 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Riverside to Huntington Beach Operator: C.C. Lee; Shift 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Leave Riverside La Sierra at 5:20 a.m. (no stops in Corona); Arrive HB at 6:20 a.m. Leaves LB at 3 p.m. Phone: 714/317-3189; email@example.com LOCATION: Riverside/Corona to Long Beach Operator: Tom Ayala Leaves Riverside at 4:30 and Corona at 4:40; arrives to work at 5:30; leaves Long Beach 2:30. Phone: 909/240-4449. Seats available. LOCATION: Riverside to Huntington Beach Operator: Freda Johnson Shift: 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; 714/896-4029 LOCATION: Riverside/Corona to Huntington Beach Operator: Rod Bolman Shift: 6:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., 9/80 schedule 714/896-3273; firstname.lastname@example.org LOCATION: San Diego/San Juan Capistrano to Huntington Beach Operator: Michael J. Heller (Subsidized Van) Leaves San Diego at 5:40 a.m.; stop/pick up in San Juan Capistrano at 6:10 a.m.; arrives at HB at 6:45 a.m.; Ph: 714/372-0531; email: email@example.com LOCATION: Santee to Long Beach Operator: Thomas Espiritu Shift: 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; 562/593-3919 LOCATION: Simi Valley/Woodland Hills to Long Beach Operator: Chuck Rocco Shift: 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; 562/719-6082 LOCATION: Temecula/Lake Elsinore/Corona to Huntington Beach Operator: Andy Beck 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. shift; 714/264-4215 firstname.lastname@example.org LOCATION: Victor Valley, Apple Valley to Long Beach C-17 Operator: Renee Smalley Shift: 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; 562/593-3638 LOCATION: Victorville to Long Beach C-17 Operator: Tim Walewski Shift: 6:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Cell: 562/208-9153
HUNTINGTON BEACH/ SEAL BEACH The Boeing Christian Fellowship is a Company-sponsored employee club under the umbrella of Recreation/ Employee Auxiliary Services. The BCF exists to provide the opportunity to fellowship; testify and give thanks for God’s grace, mercy and forgiveness; to study the Holy Bible; to promote the application of Spiritual Truth – all directed at gaining a better understanding of what the Lord Jesus Christ’s purpose is for each of our lives. In addition to offering many weekly Bible Studies, the BCF has several ministries available for employees: Prayer at the Corner (weekly intercession for Boeing and the Country). Intelligent Design and Monthly Praise and Worship events hosted by the BCF Praise and Worship Team. The BCF distributes daily devotionals called “Our Daily Bread” and financially support former employees who have gone into the Mission Field in Columbia and Jamaica. For more information, contact D. E. Davis, BCF President at email: email@example.com; BCF has a Web page at: http://ewh100.web.boeing.com/ bcfc/.
Boeing Christian Fellowship Of Long Beach Bible Studies Bldg. 52 54 54 54 10 (HB) 800
Floor-Col C/D 17 1-26F 3* 1-8B 3-F4 6-B4
Leader Stan Wood Steve Gaxiola Velma Dumas Johnny Johnson Andrew Collins Alonzo Royal
*Above the Cafeteria
M/C C052-0445 D054-0024 C054-0024 C054-0071 H010-C052 D800-0063
Phone 714/225-7856 593-1942 593-1456 225-1426 909/633-1290 982-2462
Shift 1 1 2 1 1 1
Time 11:30 11:00 7:30 11:00 11:30 11:30
Day Tuesday Daily Daily Daily Tue Thurs
Web site: http://dcffellowship.com/home
Boeing Christian Fellowship of Long Beach Officers President, Andrew Collins, (M/C H010-C052), 714/896-4211 • Secretary, Rick Tkach, CG-OFEB (C054-0046), 593-7762 • Treasurer, Jim Lawless (C054-0080) 562-593-1238 • Special Ministries, Johnny Johnson (C054-0071) 562-225-1426
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ome to the Aquarium of the Pacific where you and your family can get in touch with nature and marine life, any time you want. Touch sharks. Feed lorikeet birds. Watch sea lions play. Over 11,000 animals await you.
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The Boeing Discount Program What’s it all about? The Boeing Discount Program offers tremendous opportunities to save both time and money on special items and everyday goods and services. There are discounts on cell phones, computers, cars, flowers, jewelry, local fitness centers, entertainment and much, much more! Visit the Discount Program Website! The Boeing Discount Program is constantly working to improve your shopping experience. But we can’t save you money unless you give us a try! Point of Purchase Card Your eligibility verification for redeeming local discounts
Recreation Connection Save at various Theme Parks, Movie Theatres, Sporting Events and More!
Our website is available at work through TotalAccess on MyBoeing Employee portal or from home via the World Wide Web. At work go to https://MyBoeing.com and click TotalAccess. From the TotalAccess Menu in the left column, click Boeing Discount Program, then look in the center column, click the discount link again.
Who’s Eligible? Active Boeing employees, contingent employees as managed by the ECLASCON system, retired Boeing personnel as defined by Boeing Pension, and Boeing Subsidiary employees. Spouses, same sex partners, and dependents are eligible but have access to the website only through the employee. Membership is free!
At home go to My Boeing Express at www.Boeing.com/express, enter your BEMS ID and TotalAccess password then click on the Discount Program.
Please note: The Boeing Discount Program is limited to eligible Boeing persons only. Information contained in this program is proprietary and intended for Boeing only. If this program is accessed fraudulently or program information released to non-eligible individuals, the program will be suspended. Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved.
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Attention Boeing Employees Learn how to get fixed income returns in a low interest rate environment without using fixed income! Do you know how to keep pace with inflation without volatility? If you are looking for income and want to lower the standard of deviation in your portfolio, please attend our event. Hosted by:
Greg and Vali Vali
Preferred Apartment Communities
Date: Times: im Times: Location:
T uesday September 24, 2013 Tuesday 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Spaghettini 3005 Old Ranch Parkwa y, Parkway, Seal Beach, CA 90740 (714) 362-7469 firstname.lastname@example.org
1331 E. Katella A Ave ve #417 Anaheim, CA 92805 Direct (714) 362-7469 email@example.com
GREG RAMIREZ Director/Agent CA Ins Lic #: 0C33435
Call today seating is limited!