Season’s winners A look back at this year’s school champions -Page 32

Season’s winners A look back at this year’s school champions -Page 32

Free seminar for cancer patients at Reagan Library

The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura will help launch a national pilot program designed to chart a new course for reaching out to people soon after their cancer diagnosis. The program, underwritten by an unrestricted, educational grant from Amgen, is called "Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Take Control of Side Effects with Medicine, Mind and Body." This free seminar will be held from […]

Trash busters

APPRECIATED––Three members of Girl Scout Troop #251 hold a certificate presented to them by the Mayor of Agoura Hills for taking part in the troop’s successful garbage collection effort that benefited different parts of the community.

Viewpoint graduates enjoy school year both in the class and on the field

Viewpoint School celebrated graduation last week with ceremonies at the school’s campus on Mulholland Highway in Calabasas. Both eighth-graders and seniors were honored. Viewpoint completed a year in which it had six league champions in sports and another round of exemplary Advanced Placement scores that were among the highest in the nation. The school said 25 percent of its senior […]

The ‘King and I’ opens

Lance Sterling proudly announces the opening of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical "The King and I" at the Canyon Club Dinner Theater. "The King and I" will run through July 15, 2001. This production of "The King and I" is being produced by Jake Jacobsen, directed by Todd Alcock, and choreographed by KC Buckland. The musical director is Todd Alcock. […]

Pageant celebrates life and times of Juan de Anza, famous explorer

FLAG PATROL-Girls Scout Troop 1435 of Calabasas presented the colors recently at the Juan de Anza Pageant at Juan de Anza Park. At right is a Millennium Flag the White House gave to the city to honor the Calabasas Anza Heritage Association, which annually recognizes the Juan Batista de Anza Trail, the first of 11 National Historic Trails recognized in […]

Senior fitness classes in Agoura

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services Senior Recreation Program offers a variety of programs to help those age 50 and up keep fit. Participants must be a member of the Senior Recreation Program, which requires an annual $12 registration fee that entitles those age 50 and above to enroll in any classes, activities, special events and excursions […]

Westlake Village student given community scholarship

Westlake Village student given community scholarship Incoming California Lutheran University freshman Shannon R. Trumbauer of Westlake Village was among the recipients of a $1,500 CLU Community Leaders Association scholarship. The Thousand Oaks-based university’s Community Leaders Association (CLA) is a group of local CLU supporters. For more information about the CLU Community Leaders Association or their annual auction to be held […]

Viewpoint School Class of 2001

Sari Andelson, Michelle Bakva, Hannah Brown, Robert Brown, Jr., Jon Carlo Bruttomesso, Tiffany Caldwell, Kristen Carlson, Elliot Deutsch, Chloe Douglass, Kyle Erickson, Rachael Ettinger, Crystal Feingold, Nicholas Fries, Shanone Frumkes, Roman Gottschalk, Laura Greenwood, Nazia Haque, Caroline Hill, Ryan Holbrook, Deborah Holzer, Eric-Scott Iskowitz, Robin Katz, Shadad Kelishadi, Sophie Kipner, Sue Jean Klassen, Thomas Kubler; Jennifer Lee, Adam Leier, Travis […]

Valley Concerts in the Park are here

The Valley Cultural Center will host "Concerts in the Park" from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sundays throughout July in the Lou Bredlow Pavilion at Warner Park, 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills. The concerts provide an opportunity for families to enjoy free professional programs of diverse music and performances from a wide range of entertainers. The line up of upcoming […]

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