2001-05-24

Sheriff’s blotter Agoura Hills



Sheriff’s blotter Agoura Hills No signs of forced entry were noted in the theft of a Rolex watch that was stolen from a Renee Drive home on May 6 or 7. The watch was valued at $8,900. A burglar alarm at a liquor store went off at 3:01 a.m. May 12. A door had $1,000 damage, but it prevented a […]

Do your part to help nature; volunteer for



Do your part to help nature; volunteer for National Trails Day On National Trails Day, volunteers across the country gather in national parks across the nation to build, restore or rehabilitate trails. In Los Angeles and Ventura counties, agencies, nonprofit organizations, sponsors and individuals from many communities will meet to restore several trails in Cheeseboro Canyon, a unit of the […]

Kidney Foundation offers conference



The National Kidney Foundation of Southern California will sponsor the Pediatric Nephrology Educational Conference for children and families coping with kidney disease from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sun., June 3 at the Los Angeles Zoo. Topics will include options for dialysis, transplantation complications, clinical trials, school issues and more. Childcare will be provided for children over three. The […]

Music students earn awards Music students from Calabasas High School distinguished themselves at the Heritage Music Festival in Boston, winning the following awards:



Music students earn awards Music students from Calabasas High School distinguished themselves at the Heritage Music Festival in Boston, winning the following awards: Gold 1st place: Wind ensemble; jazz band. Gold 2nd place: choir. Outstanding achievement for the highest score for an instrumental group: jazz band. Outstanding instrumental program for two or more groups (with the highest score): wind ensemble/jazz […]

Noted Jewish performer coming to T.O.



Noted Jewish performer coming to T.O. David "Dudu" Fisher, one of today’s premiere Jewish performers, will appear in concert at 7:45 p.m. on Tues., June 12 in the Kavli Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. An "Evening of Jewish Song and Renaissance" is sponsored by Chabad of the Conejo. Fisher is noted for playing Jean Valjean in Broadway’s […]

Adoption article angers her



I am responding to the article in the May 10 edition titled "Knowledge of Adoption Makes a Difference." This is the first time I have ever submitted a letter to any editor. I object to the article for the following reasons. First, the column is prejudicial to adoptees and to anyone with a learning disability. Should such readers surmise from […]

Calabasas City Council completes appointments



During a recent meeting, the Calabasas City Council approved appointments and reappointments for seats on various civic commissions. Most were chosen by the councilmembers who were recently elected (Michael Harrison) and reelected (James Bozajian and Lesley Devine) in March. Peter Jancourtz, Michael Murrie and Stewart Dickson were named to the Communications/Technology Commission for terms expiring March 31, 2001. Sanjay Kumar, […]

A POUND OF PREVENTION––Calabasas Emergency Response Program’s (CERP) team leaders for the neighbors of Saratoga Hills and Saratoga Ranch share safety and emergency survival information with local residents recently in Grape Arbor Park. Clockwise from left



A POUND OF PREVENTION––Calabasas Emergency Response Program’s (CERP) team leaders for the neighbors of Saratoga Hills and Saratoga Ranch share safety and emergency survival information with local residents recently in Grape Arbor Park. Clockwise from left to right are: Mavis Randall, Sheila and Ed Fuerst, Bob Lia, Susie Dettmers-Smith, CERP’s Section 1 Leader, Joan Buehring, CERP Block Capt. Ginger Toms […]

Pearl Harbor vets to speak



Pearl Harbor vets to speak Pearl Harbor survivors will share their eyewitness-to-history accounts at the Westlake Village Promenade Mann Theatre Cineplex at 10 a.m., Sat., May 26. Tickets to the first Saturday morning showing of "Pearl Harbor" will include conversations with Pearl Harbor survivors. Advance tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the theatre box office. Ticket prices […]

Special students helping out locally



Severely handicapped students at Agoura High School are becoming more involved in the community, thanks to some new programs begun by special education teacher Rhonda Litt. The six boys and four girls in Litt’s class have varying degrees of autism, mental retardation and other disabilities, yet they’ve shown an ability and willingness to serve the community in several important ways. […]


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