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\\;. SKIN SPECIALIST Steven Gammer, M.D. Providing quality dermatology "are to residents of Avalon for the past 20 years. Seeing patients at Catalina Island Medical Center. Sat.. Aug 27, 2011 Call for appointment, (562) 431-8554 Mo6t insurfinces welcome PPO Provider St-1 ISLA, Santa Catalina Island Co. and Subsidiaries now accepting applications for YF..MI "ROUND PART-TIME DISCOVERY TOURS TICKET AGENTS, and Catalina Country Club/ Ava- lon GrNle servers, bussers and hosts. Pick up/drop applica- tions at 150 Metropole Ave. Or email to jobs@scico.corn Great customer service skills required. D108 PEBBLY BEACH BUILDING SUPPLY Now supplying: ABS SCH40 10' pipe and fittings 4", 2", 1.5" Call us for information. we'll be glad to help you! 310-510-1221 EYE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON JARED YOUNGER, MD Is now seeing patients at Catalina Island Medical Center, For Eyeexams, evaluation of Cataracts, Glaucora & Diabetes, And Latisse for eyelashes. Saturday August 13 th, 2011 Call for eppt at 74546-2020 Catalina0000'00..00 IslandMedicalCenter HEALTH INFORMATION TECN/PATIENT REGISTRATION Full time position- Duties include front desk relief, coor- dinating Vaccines for Children program, and Electronic Health Record training and support for staff & physicians. Require  ments: Understanding of clinical/ medical office workflow Medical terminology Computer proficiency with ms word and excel Able to work with all levels of staff Contact Krista - HR at 310- 510-0700 Ext. 34 or email resume .to nmattis@cimedical- center.org Dl10 Catalina Island Museum The Catalina Istand Museum seeks a customer service ori- ented individual for a ROUND PART-lIME PosmoN in our museum store andvisitor center. Retail experience pre- ferred. Basic computer skills required. Approx. 15-20 hours/ week. Applications available at the museum (ground floor of the Casino building). For more information, please contact John at 310-510-2414 ext. 2# or store@catalinamu- seum.org D107 IslandMedicalCenter RN - MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGER Exp. RN to manage Medical Group Office / 3 physician & 1 NP, A rural health clinic/ dept. of Catalina Island Medi- cal Center. Req: RN, BSN pref. "Min. of 7 yrs RN exp/ with 5 yrs. supervising staff in a group physician office. Cus- tomer service skills and EHR experience required. Famil- iarity with RHC regulations preferred; case regret, exp. a plus. Must be willing to reside on Catalina Island. Contact HR at 310-510-0700 Ext. 34 or email resume to nmattis@ cimedicalcenter.org D109 EL DORADO--THE CITY OF GOLD El Dorado is the name of the mythical city of gold that many Spanish explorers spent time looking for from shortly after Columbus discovery of the New World in 1492 until almost 200 years later. The story of the city of gold came from a tribal chief in South America who covered himself with gold dust for a ceremony to become the tribe( leader. The reports of the golden chief grew into stories of a golden city known as El Dorado. Spanish explorers, known as conquistadores, explored much of Central and South America looking for El Dorado. In their searches, they mappe d large portions of the Americas and found their way to the Pacific Ocean, which had never been seen from' the east. The Spanish who came to find El Dorado spread their Spanish culture throughout these areas and defeated many of the native tribes. The explorers were always convinced that they were close to El Dorado. As they kept exploring, they began to run out of room for El Dorado to hide. Finally, they had explored Central and South America and failed to find it. At this point, the Spanish controlled a large amount of the American continents and had explored a great section of the Western Hemisphere, including parts of the Pacific Ocean. This need to explore was driven in part by the myth of El Dorado. CATALINA ISLANDER FrJday, August 5, 2011111  _