2001-03-22

Jazz man Local actor plays the role of Charlie Leeds -Page 14



Jazz man Local actor plays the role of Charlie Leeds -Page 14

Youth Congress on Saturday to address tolerance



The 17th annual Youth Congress hosted by Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation will be 8 a.m. to noon this Sat., March 24, in the Nelson Room of Cal Lutheran University, 60 W. Olsen Road in T.O. About 100 students from three school districts and La Reina and Oaks Christian high schools will be joined by 25 adult leaders. This year’s event, […]

Motorcyclists ride to raise awareness of child abuse



A group of motorcyclists will leave Southern California on March 24, beginning a cross-country mission to stop child abuse and neglect. Their journey will end on April 4 – the National Day of Hope for abused children — in Washington, D.C. The Childhelp USA Cycle of Hope Ride was organized by members of the Northern Arizona Harley Owners’ Group chapter […]

Kids: Play the Math MazeTM Puzzle



By Ralph Colao Children or adults will enjoy playing the Math MazeTM Puzzle. A unique path connects the two black boxes. The route is solved by using math (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) by going up, down or sideways (but never diagonal). False paths lead to dead ends. The solution is on page 57.

School district needs better communications



The issues at hand involving the recent vote of no confidence toward the LVUSD superintendent are more complex than parents’ rights and larger paychecks. Not having personally attended meetings between the two parties over the course of the last couple of years, it would be irresponsible of me to make judgments regarding either side. In an attempt to stay informed […]

Westlake Village says ‘Aloha’ twice



Last week, Westlake Village Mayor Mark Rutherford opened the city council meeting by saying he had mixed emotions about the evening ahead of him. One friend had returned to the council, but another was sitting in for the last time. City Councilman Iraj Broom-and, 68, former mayor, returned after recovering from triple bypass surgery in early February. "It’s a pleasure […]

Festival coming



The second annual Old Town Calabasas Fine Art Festival will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., this Sat.and Sun., March 24 and 25. This outdoor festival will be at Creekside, 23532 Calabasas Road in Old Town Calabasas. Artists from throughout Southern California will present their original work in acrylics, etchings, photography, oil, watercolors and sculpture. Also presented will be ceramics, […]

Electric wheelchairs are free for those who qualify



The Senior Wheels USA Program makes power (electric) wheelchairs available to those seniors age 65 and up, and the permanently disabled, at no cost if they qualify. Power wheelchairs are provided to those who cannot walk and cannot self-propel a manual wheelchair, and who meet additional program guidelines. No deposit is required. For more information, please call Leon Johnson at […]

The following is the first in a series looking inside the world of high school baseball through the eyes of Westlake seniors Mike Nickeas, a catcher, and second baseman Jamie Hesselgesser. The two will collaborate in writing about the Warriors’ baseball



The following is the first in a series looking inside the world of high school baseball through the eyes of Westlake seniors Mike Nickeas, a catcher, and second baseman Jamie Hesselgesser. The two will collaborate in writing about the Warriors’ baseball season this spring. Westlake duo takes a look ‘inside the Warrior dugout’ By Mike Nickeas and Jamie Hesselgesser It’s […]

Teachers get an ‘A’



I was amazed to read a letter attacking the Las Virgenes school district teachers. One need only to look at the extremely high Stanford, SAT and AP scores of the students to know that the teachers are obviously doing an outstanding job of educating our children. Gail Hobmann Westlake Village


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