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Interface seeks youth, crisis volunteers



Interface Children Family Services is offering the opportunity for volunteers to work with youth and their families, providing meaningful intervention. Training will begin in February. Those with the ability to relate to youth will be trained to provide crisis intervention to youth and their families who are experiencing all types of crisis: school problems, lack of communication, runaway, drug/alcohol concerns. […]

‘Happy Hats’ to get help



The Women’s Support Group of Happy Hats for Kids will host their first fundraiser at 11:30 a.m. on Tues., Feb. 6 at Lake Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks. Since 1991, the Happy Hats for Kids organization has been bringing smiles and laughter to children with cancer, AIDS and other devastating illnesses at Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles. Volunteers personally give […]

Dinner, dance, auction to benefit Westlake High



"An Night in Tunisia," featuring a dinner, dance and silent auction, will be at 7 p.m. Fri., Feb. 9 at the Renaissance Hotel, 30100 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. The event is a fundraiser; proceeds will benefit the Westlake High School instrumental music program. Entertainment will be provided by the Westlake High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Kyle Luck. […]

Bible lesson this Sunday will be on the topic of ‘Truth’



"Truth" is the Bible lesson-sermon at the 10 a.m. service on Sun., Jan. 28 at Christian Science Church, 305 Conejo School Road in Thousand Oaks. The keynote text is from Isaiah 46:9. For more information about the church, please call (805) 495-3203.

A Two-Sided Fireplace and Hardwood Floors In This Highlands Estate



This Highlands estate has dramatic vaulted ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, a charming country kitchen with adjacent breakfast room, gracious formal dining room plus a massive family room with a fireplace and walk-in wet bar with leaded glass window overlooking the expansive grounds. The spacious master suite has a double-sided wood-burning fireplace to enhance both the master bedroom and adjoining private […]

This Oak Park Condo Offers Views From Both Spacious Balconies



This Oak Park Condo Offers Views From Both Spacious Balconies This 2-bedroom, 2-bath, one-story Oak Park condo has a panoramic view of the open space from both balconies. An additional window in the master bedroom enhances the light and brightness of this end unit, which has convenient easy access as it is situated on the street level. One can "vacation […]

Calabasas Council gives itself a raise They get $165 more per month; the first raise they’ve ever had



Calabasas Council gives itself a raise They get $165 more per month; the first raise they’ve ever had Although it won’t make them millionaires, the Calabasas City Council will receive an increase of $165 per month beginning with the newly seated council in April. The raise will bring their salaries up to $465 per month. The California Government Code provides […]

Volunteers needed to help children



Court Appointed Special Advocates, a program of Interface Children Family Services, will be conducting a training for volunteers who whish to make a significant difference in a child’s life. After training, each volunteer will be matched with a child who has been removed from his or her home due to abuse or neglect and is a dependent of the court. […]

Temple Etz Chaim sponsors blood drive LISA ADAMS/The Acorn



Temple Etz Chaim sponsors blood drive LISA ADAMS/The Acorn HAPPY TO BE GIVING THE GIFT OF LIFE––Peter Margolis gives a smile and thumbs up to registered nurse Carla Gibb during Temple Etz Chaim’s annual blood drive. The synagogue recently sponsored a blood drive with United Blood Services, which is Ventura County’s main blood bank. Blood shortages are particularly acute during […]

Oak Park emergency team offers courses Classes meet at Oak Park High School With the goal of improving earthquake/disaster preparedness in the community, the Oak Park Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will present the following courses:



Oak Park emergency team offers courses Classes meet at Oak Park High School With the goal of improving earthquake/disaster preparedness in the community, the Oak Park Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will present the following courses: Responding to Emergencies: First Aid Beyond the Basics: 10-week class meets 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays beginning Feb. 27. Includes First Aid and CPR […]