FELLOWSHIP-Temple Adat Elohim Brotherhood members Paul Roth, Bernie Entin, Mitch Schwartz, Alan Crane, and Dan Gersten gather with friends and family at the Pavilion Apartments for a fundraising good time. Actitivities included a sumptuous meal, a social hour and games. Funds will help the temple’s programs. Temple Adat Eloim Brotherhood gathers
FELLOWSHIP-Temple Adat Elohim Brotherhood members Paul Roth, Bernie Entin, Mitch Schwartz, Alan Crane, and Dan Gersten gather with friends and family at the Pavilion Apartments for a fundraising good time. Actitivities included a sumptuous meal, a social
Home Depot not all that bad I agree with Thom Bancroft (Letters, May 31). I am somewhat suspicious of the motivation behind the opposition to the Agoura Hills Home Depot. We need to hear a balanced representation of the benefits and the drawbacks of this project. I don’t feel we are getting a balanced perspective from the Home Depot opponents. […]
The Agoura Hills Dance and Performing Arts Center released its summer schedule and said registration is now being accepted for the six-week session that runs from July 16 to Aug. 25. Daily classes for all ages are offered in tap, ballet, pointe, yoga, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, breakdancing, acrobatics and more. The dance studio is in the Agoura Cinema Center, just […]
The Kiwanis Club of Calabasas will sponsor the second annual Miracle Run for autism awareness at 7:30 a.m., June 30 in Malibu Creek State Park, 1925 Las Virgenes Road, just south of Mulholland Highway, Calabasas. The Miracle Run includes a 5K run starting at 7:30 a.m., one-mile Kiddie Walk/Run starting at 8:15 a.m. and ongoing activities with live entertainment, raffles, […]
Braille Institute is offering free consultations (by appointment) for people who have low vision and are unable to see detail or read fine print. Consultations will be available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mon., June 25 at the Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 Avenida Simi, Simi Valley. During the one-hour, private sessions, a Low Vision Services consultant will […]
The California History/Social Science project at California State University/Channel Islands will host an invitational professional development institute for kinddergarten through 12th-grade teachers from July 9 to 13, focusing on the theme of "Migrations: The Coming Together of Cultures, Traditions, and Different Ethnicities." The California standards-driven institute begins with a five-day in-depth session focusing on content standards, lectures from historians, history/social […]
The subject of this week’s Bible lesson sermon at the 10 a.m. service on Sun., June 17 at the Christian Science Church, 305 Conejo School Road, Thousand Oaks, is "God the Preserver of Man." The keynote text is from Proverbs 29:25. Sunday School for youth up to age 20 is also 10 a.m. Wednesday testimony meetings are 7:30 p.m. Childcare […]
Cancer Society offers thanks On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Greater Conejo Valley Unit, thank you for the media coverage and promotion for our Relay for Life Rally/Kick-off at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza on May 15. It was an outstanding meeting that was enjoyed by all and your donation helped make it possible.
Recent domestic power shortages – coupled with rising costs for gasoline, natural gas and home heating oil – have reminded us that fossil fuels are finite resources. According the American Petroleum Institute, remaining petroleum resources in the United States should last between 40 and 80 years at current rates of production. Technological advances in locating and extracting oil have increased […]
Here are some ideas for your safety while on summer vacation, provided courtesy of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department.