2001-08-02

Installation of officers



NEWLY APPOINTED––The new executive officers for the Westlake Women’s Club are (from left to right): Dottie Heitz (who swore in the new officers); the club’s incoming president Kathy Stewart; Jodi Jennings; Doris Rufener; Helene Ross and Dee Morrow. Not pictured are Jill Zigoures, Trudy Heinzer and Barbara Hughes. For details about Westlake Women’s Club (they meet the second Tuesday of […]

Men need to be informed about prostatitis



The most common prostate problem men encounter is one seldom heard about: prostatitis. According to some estimates, up to one quarter of all visits men make to a doctor for genital or urinary problems are related to prostatitis, a general term for inflammation of the prostate gland. The inflammation may be due to an infection or another factor that is […]

Senior citizens can attend UCLA classes



Senior Scholars, an education program offered by the UCLA Center on Aging, gives people ages 50 and over the opportunity to expand their learning by attending undergraduate classes at UCLA. Full or partial fee waivers are available based upon financial need. The program provides a catalogue of more than 120 classes and handles registration logistics. New quarter registration deadline is […]

‘Film Fest’ coming to UMC



Pastor Rob Calderhead will present a "Film Fest" at the 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services each Sunday this month at United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. Using a different film each week, he will show a clip to illustrate the Gospel message of God’s love for all people. At the Sun., Aug. 5 service, […]

Wants your vote in Agoura Hills



There are many issues I am concerned about in Agoura Hills, but my No. 1 priority is public safety. Immediate improvements on the 101-Kanan interchange are needed, as well as the development of an additional emergency room facility in our community. Further, I will work with Las Virgenes Unified School District to insure the completion of the elementary school at […]

BMW dealer approved for basement addition

Staff Writer

BMW dealer approved for basement addition A major modification to the plan to build a new 100,000 square-foot Bob Smith BMW dealership in Calabasas was approved, 4-0, during a recent meeting of the Calabasas City Council. Councilmembers, following Mayor Janice Lee’s abrupt resignation and departure, discussed the proposed changes. Though the initial plan to build a 51,500 square-foot auto dealership […]

Delightful dancing



Play the Math Maze PuzzleTM



By Ralph Colao Children or adults will enjoy playing the Math MazeTM Puzzle. A unique path connects 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. More than two black boxes may scattered throughout the maze. The solution is […]

Local Bat, Bar Mitzvahs celebrated



Paige Weiss, daughter of Shelley and Marc Weiss of Agoura Hills, was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah of the Center for Early Jewish Education (CEJE) on July 21 in a service celebrated at the Renaissance Hotel, Agoura Hills. Her parents presented her with a tallit, the traditional prayer shawl. Paige’s younger sister Sarah also participated in the […]

Agoura Hills needs, deserves the Home Depot shopping complex



As a longtime resident of Agoura Hills, I support the new Home Depot development being proposed on Agoura Road. Home Depot is the anchor store, but it will have a variety of much-needed shops and restaurants that will bring tax dollars to the city of Agoura Hills for the improvement of the interchange. I have suffered with the congestion on […]


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