New programs scheduled to show in November 2014 on local Time Warner Cable SBTV-3 at Channel 15.102 or Channel 3 with a cable box and on Verizon Cable Channel 37 .
These programs are submitted by members of the Video Producers Club, who are Certified Video Producers. The Video Producers are volunteers, and not employees of SBTV-3.
Copies of the programs are available from Station Manager, Robin Fort-Lincke. You can contact her at SBTV03@gmail.com or phone (562) 696-1404.
Club internet information is available at LWVPC.Blogspot.com
Travel with Joe and Oralia as they take you to Abilene in Kansas to see the Eisenhower Memorial Museum. Abilene, Kansas was the home town of our former President known as “Ike”. You get to see where “Ike” and his wife are buried and tour the museum and house where he was born and raised. This is a 30 minute program by Video Producers Joe and Oralia Osuna
Sault St. Marie
This town is actually a French name, so it is pronounced much different than it is written. It is the second oldest town in the USA. It is strategically located between Lake Huron and Lake Superior. On the USA side it controls “locks” that allow cargo ships to elevate 21 feet form Lake Huron to reach the higher Lake Superior. You are taken on a tour of the “locks”. Program is 30 minutes by Video Producers Joe and Oralia Osuna
This half hour program takes you to Michigan and the quaint Lake Michigan coastal town of Pentwater. Joe and Oralia Osuna are the video producers
Aloha Night is presented by the Hui O Hula, a Leisure World club. The Kolohes Band are featured in this one hour program. Band members are Max Komine, Manny Lagod and Alan Lee. The Hui O Hula dances and entertains the audience.' Jojo ' is the Hui O Hula teacher. Joe and Oralia Osuna are the camera operators, Joe is the Video Producer. .
One for the Road Band
The “Good Times Roll” club sponsored this one hour of Rock and Roll entertainment with Rick Lowe, lead vocalist of the band “ One for the Road”. Other band members are Mark Oldham-guitar, Frank Ortega-drums and Fred Sorge-guitar. Frank Destra entertains us with three skits. Joe and Oralia are the camera operators and Joe is the Video Producer.
The Coyote Chaser
Joey Hughes, local bus driver, is our hero of the day. He talks about his running experience chasing a coyote, in our community. The coyote had just snatched a dog, and was running with it in its mouth. Hear the story of how he saved the dog, in less than 15 minutes. The interview can also be seen on www.youtube.com/JoeSeniorVideo. Camera and Video Producer is Joe Osuna
Bob McCauley is the host of this 30 minute computer information program. Keith W. Bague, computer expert is the guest, who gives tips and advice on Computer routers, software and malware. Bob McCauley is the camera operator and Joe Osuna is the Video Editor and Producer.
One hour of hosting by Walt Bier and Margie Thompson of Karaoke singing. Singers in order of appearance: Janice Chapman, Shalla Callahan, Jerry Tester, Joanne Gado, Audrey McKenzie,Bob Barnum, Byong Choi, Ken Harpham, Joe Mesner, Donna Hughes, Rick Hering, Harold Hughes, Lou Joseph, Rick Reynado,Ren Villanueva, Ray Barnum, Bess Haney, Mike Breen, Sally Glausser, and Pete Tupas. Joe Osuna is the Video Producer.
Inside Leisure World
Ethel Lover is the host of “ Inside Leisure World ”, a half hour program produced at the downtown Seal Beach SBTV-3 studio. The guest is Dr. Clifford Lee, Acupuncturist at the University of Health Science, Whittier, California. The topic is “Acupuncture” and how it is used to promote the normal flow of the body's energy. This procedure can offer relief to allergies, asthma, heart disease, pain, headaches, diabetes, insomnia and other medical conditions according to Dr. Clifford Lee. Crew members are volunteers from the Video Producers Club.
New Cabaret Show
Tommy Williams hosted and MC’d the New Cabaret Phase Too! “Kings of Music”, on Thursday, October 9th, in Clubhouse 4 at 6:30, to a well attended presentation. Former president Bob Fritz was honored for his outstanding service hosting previous Cabaret shows. Tommy Williams performed a few songs as well as Bette Fritz, Judy Duvall, Ric Dizon, and Luz Contreras. The Suede Sole Dancers provided dancing entertainment, choreographed by Pat Erickson, with dancers Anna Derby, Margaret Humes, Lucia Nakamura, Dove Sonza, and Rose Vivar. Tony Tupaz was the announcer. Bill McKusky handled the lighting. Sound and audio was handled by Jeff Plum. Cameras: Irene Cistaro and Paul Bassett. The video was produced by Paul Bassett.