GETTING READY—From left to right, Deps. Mark Sutherland, Robert Carangi and Mark Merino use mock guns during a training exercise at Agoura High School last Thursday. Because of shooting incidents at schools across the country, Malibu/Lost Hills deputies, along with police throughout the U.S., have been training to deal with similar situations.
After school club leaders needed in Oak Park Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District is accepting applications for After School Club leaders to staff recreation programs in the Oak Park/Agoura area. Experience working with elementary school-age children and planning daily activities is desirable. To apply, please call (818) 865-9304.
November is National Diabetes Month. The Anna and Max Webb & Family Diabetes Outpatient Treatment and Education Center will host its second annual Diabetes Fair from 1 to 4 p.m. on Tues., Nov. 6 in Cedars-Sinai’s Steven Spielberg Building, Conference Room 259 and 290, 8723 Alden Drive, Los Angeles. The Diabetes Fair is being held to promote diabetes awareness in […]
"Sound the Shofar: Jubilee! Forgive All Debts, Set People Free!" will be the theme of the World Community Day service of Church Women United of the Conejo Valley at 10:30 a.m. on Fri., Nov. 2 at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, 1 Church Road, Thousand Oaks. All women are invited to meet at 10 a.m. for coffee preceding the program, which […]
Charney endorsed Bob Charney is an excellent choice for our board of education. I have known Bob since he moved to Morrison Ranch. Bob was my next door neighbor for four years. I was impressed with Bob as a leader, father and businessman. When I became chairman of the Morrison Ranch Homeowners’ Association, I asked Bob to join the board. […]
Vote for Slavin in Westlake Village My son-in-law, Bob Slavin, is running for city council in Westlake Village. He is a wonderful husband to our daughter, Laurie, and father to our grandsons, Sean and Niles. I deeply love and respect this man and know how very much he has to offer the city. Bob is a local attorney and businessman, […]
According to the latest campaign disclosure statements for the Nov. 6 election, Agoura Hills City Councilman Denis Weber spent $3,156 dollars on his reelection bid, highest in the five-candidate field. Weber, who’s seeking a third term, listed total contributions at $6,385. Six individuals gave Weber the $250 maximum donation during the reporting period that ended Oct. 20. Incumbent Ed Corridori, […]
New Agoura Hills library is complete Photos by MICHAEL COONS THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS—Above: Mike Dubowe, left, and his daughter, Rachel, from Agoura Hills peek into the new Agoura Hills Library to see what it looks like before its grand opening on Saturday. Below: Agoura Hills resident Russell Ford enjoys a magazine on a rainy Tuesday at the facility. The […]
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a 12-step program that offers hope and real solutions for persons suffering from many forms of food addiction, including, but not limited to, overeating, bulimia and anorexia. The program is free, and men and women of all ages are welcome. The group meets 7:30 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday in classroom 1 of […]
Chabad of the Conejo will host a dinner and concert at 7:30 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 3. The concert will feature Sam Glaser, a popular Jewish singer and composer who was the late Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s accompanist on West Coast tours during the last several years of the Rabbi’s life. Glaser will play some of his own compositions as well […]