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Golf event has a worthy cause

The Ventura County Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is sponsoring their fourth annual Golf Classic on Mon., April 1 at Saticoy Country Club in Somis. Ken McMullen, retired L.A. Dodger, will serve as the event’s celebrity host. The tournament features a Texas scramble format and is open to occasional golfers as well as seasoned players. Prizes will be offered for […]

MPA program now available at CSUN Extension

California State University Northridge (CSUN) Extension offers a master of public administration program, with classes that improve administration and management skills for those in the public and nonprofit sectors. Courses are offered evenings and weekends at Cal State Northridge-Channel Islands, One University Drive, Camarillo. For more information, please call (818) 677-5635 or e-mail veena.bassi@csun.edu.

Christian Passover Seder to be held

Christian Passover Seder to be held Bethel Christian Fellowship will host a Christian Passover Seder at 6 p.m. on Sat., March 23 at 5310 Derry Ave., Ste. P, Agoura Hills. The event is described as a combination of the traditional Passover Seder and the drama of the Last Supper of Jesus Christ. "This constitutes a bridge of faith," said Pastor […]

Phone calls were deceptive

Phone calls were deceptive Congratulations to Agoura Hills for a successful victory on Measure H. It was a hard-won uphill battle. I’d like to comment on some of the deceptive campaign practices I’ve been hearing about from opponents of the measure. Although I myself wasn’t the recipient of these calls, I have enough friends and associates who were, to give […]

Club makes the cut

Conejo Valley Garden Club members will present their annual "Cutting Day" event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., March 23 next to the Sav-on in Thousand Oaks, at the corner of Janss and Moorpark Roads. Club members will be sharing free cuttings, bulbs and plants from their gardens as a public service to the community. They will also […]

Los Robles executive named chair-elect of health care group

Robert C. Shaw, president and CEO of Los Robles Regional Medical Center, was recently voted chair-elect to the board of the hospital council of the Healthcare Association of Southern California. In this position, he will help direct the executive committee in setting policy, establishing goals and maintaining the integrity of the mission and vision statements for the entire hospital council, […]

Suggestions given to help prepare for a future career Use all resources available in getting on the right track––the sooner the better

Suggestions given to help prepare for a future career Use all resources available in getting on the right track––the sooner the better You’re a high-school senior or a college sophomore and you have yet to decide on a career. That’s understandable. It takes a while to ferret out the things you like to do and those you do best. Sooner […]

Lecture to cover Bible’s authorship

Lecture to cover Bible’s authorship A lecture and discussion based on the best-selling novel "Who Wrote the Bible?" by Richard Elliot Friedman will be presented from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Wed., March 20 at Valley Beth Shalom, 15739 Ventura Blvd., Encino. The inter-denominational rabbinic roundtable will include Conservative, Orthodox-Ashkenazi, Orthodox-Sephardic, Reconstructionist and Reform rabbis discussing "Who Wrote the Torah?" […]

Neighboring cities also won when Measure H passed

Neighboring cities also won when Measure H passed The recent win on Measure H was also a win for the neighboring communities. The closeness of the election results doesn’t reflect the true number of supporters of Measure H. I live in Westlake Village and worked alongside the yes volunteers. I spoke with many, many people while gathering signatures to put […]