2002-06-13

Westlake resident stars in fencing at Chaminade



Jon Cresante, a junior at Chaminade High School in West Hills, took the individual Foil Championship in fencing at the all-state foil team championship held in San Francisco on Sat., May 18. The Westlake resident won eight points of the necessary 15 points for the team to capture the title, and help secure both the team championship for Chaminade and […]

Women award scholarships



Westlake Women’s Club has awarded $5,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors from local high schools. Thousand Oaks High School senior Justine Chiou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chiou of T.O, was awarded the $1,500 Karen Rufener Scholarship. She has an outstanding academic record and has been active in community service as well as school activities. Additional scholarships were awarded […]

Experts give tips to job hunters



Job hunters, take note. This is one of the toughest markets in nearly a decade, but recent news indicates that we may be headed for an upward swing in employment. In the search for a job, the interview is often the single most important factor in getting that position you’ve been looking for. It’s all about that first impression. Experts […]

Technology award goes to Calabasas business



Technology award goes to Calabasas business Ixia, the Calabasas-based manufacturer of high-speed network test systems, has announced that it won a Best of Interop industry award at the recent NetWorld/Interop 2002 show in Las Vegas. Ixia’s IPv6 (Internet Protocal Version 6) Test Series took first place in the show’s Network Test and Measurement category. Ixia’s performance analyzers are used to […]

Datebook THURS., JUNE 13



Datebook THURS., JUNE 13 New Use for Trail California State Parks hosts public meeting at 7 p.m. in De Anza Park, 3701 Lost Hills Road, Calabasas to describe realignment of Tapia Spur Trail at Malibu Creek State Park as multi-use open to hikers, horses and bikes. (310) 457-8140 Bioterrorism Briefing Robert Darling, M.D., Captain (Select), U.S. Army Medical Research Institute […]

Guest reader program at Brookside hits the spot



Brookside Elementary School’s first-graders in Oak Park enjoyed a special treat this year when guest readers came to their classrooms to read students a special story. Afterward, the guest shared with the children information about his or her career and job duties. Students had an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the guest’s occupation. The purpose of the […]

Calabasas resident stands out at UCLA, earns honors



Crystal J. Lee, daughter of Joseph and Kazue Lee of Calabasas, has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) and will be honored during a campus ceremony this fall at UCLA, where the Calabasas High School graduate is currently a freshman. NSCS recognizes first and second year undergraduate students who excel academically. At UCLA, Lee was named […]

CLU’s Camp Shakespeare is available for kids



This summer, California Lutheran University (CLU) and the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will offer a series of two-week "theater camp" workshop sessions for beginning students (ages 9 to 14) on the university campus, 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks that are designed to increase self-awareness and the development of group skills through theater training. The workshops will also feature Camp Shakespeare […]

Westlake Elementary is honored by the state



AHS math whiz kids are honored for talents, tutoring



The Agoura High School Math Honors Society (and math tutoring program) have completed another successful year. With the support and encouragement of Principal Larry Misel, the students participated in two math competitions and traveled to UCLA for a math field trip. The officers of the AHS Math Honors Society were Lisa Martin, president; Jeremy Greene and Linnet Zia, vice presidents; […]