Kuehl, Pavley visit Calabasas on June 29

State Sen. Sheila Kuehl (D-Los Angeles) and state Assemblywoman Fran Pavley (D-Woodland Hills) will host a mobile district office from 10 a.m. to noon on Sat., June 29 at the Calabasas Farmers’ Market, 23504 Calabasas Road (at the corner of Calabasas Road and El Canon). They will meet residents, listen to and answer questions about legislative issues, and gather information […]

Light Therapy Can Beautify Your Skin

Light Therapy Can Beautify Your Skin Esthetician, author and educator Gloria Martel, who has formed a medi-esthetic alliance with the Holistic Resource Center in Agoura, uses light therapy to treat skin. The soft laser light works by increasing cell activity. Her Glo-Lite treatment boosts levels of collagen and elastin, increasing blood and lymph circulation, enabling cells to regenerate and repair […]

Oak Park Class of ’02

Oak Park Class of ’02 Lauren Nicole Abrums, Heather Erin Albert, Brendon Reade Anderson, Daniel Joseph Andrade, Margaret Clair Anthony, Barrie Eden Antonville, Lawrence E. Baker, Brian Steven Banks, Ben Samuel Barkai, Chase Charles Christian Baron, Mike Lindsey Baron, Dustin Nicholas Baxley, David Brian Bean, Brooke Sitkoff Bender, Nina Marie Bennett, Richard Cole Bitting, Milena Valerieva Borissova, Michael Diran Boyajian, […]

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Local school receives Mercedes-Benz SUV

Acorn Automotive Editor

The West Valley Occupational Center on Winnetka Avenue in Woodland Hills has received a brand new Mercedes-Benz ML320 Sport Utility Vehicle donated by the manufacturer. Last week, Mercedes-Benz announced that it’s donating an ML320 to each of 15 high schools and vocational/technical schools nationwide involved with Automotive Youth Educational Services, Inc. (AYES). The 15 schools receiving the vehicles were the […]

Red Cross urges area residents to prepare now, help prevent dangerous brush fires

The American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles offers the following safety and preparedness tips to help people cope with the dry weather. Protect your home Regularly clean roof and gutters. Inspect chimneys at least twice a year. Use half-inch mesh screen beneath porches, decks, floor areas and the home itself. Also, screen openings to floors, roof and attic. Install […]

Host Families Needed Now

Host Families Needed Now EF International Program brings together young people from all over the globe and finds them host families in the U.S. so that they may experience how Americans live while studying in local schools. From July 1-29, about 170 students from Austria, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Russia and Spain will be arriving in the Conejo Valley […]

Viewpoint High School announces graduating class of 2002

Viewpoint High School announces graduating class of 2002 Viewpoint School’s headmaster, Robert J. Dworkoski, Ph.D., was to have presented diplomas to the Upper School’s Class of 2002 on Sat., June 8 in the school’s Rasmussen Family Pavilion. Local graduates included: Calabasas: Joshua Brass, Adam Hutchison, Shawn Karvich, Samantha Laffey, Jennifer Lion, Christopher Olin (class valedictorian), Nathan Ruegger, Jason Vener. Hidden […]

Pet of the Week

MR. BLUE EYES—This is Cookie, a 2-year-old neutered mix of collie and Australian cattle dog that’s ready to be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. He’s white and brown with blue eyes. He’s gentle, loves kids, other dogs and playing ball. Ask about No. A1016125. For details, please call (818) 991-0071, or check the shelter’s Website […]

Local dealership donates mountain bikes

Local dealership donates mountain bikes Calabasas Motorcars has donated new mountain bikes and safety helmets to the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club as part of a new dealership campaign that promises the donation of one new mountain bike and safety helmet for every leased or purchased Mercedes-Benz. It’s expected that at least 500 bike donations will be made in […]

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