Running for the gourd

Pet health checklist provides preventive guidelines for owners

According to a recent survey, dog and cat owners ranked "maintaining their pets’ health" as the biggest challenge of owning a pet today. But it doesn’t have to be, particularly if pet owners apply a promising trend in human health to their pets: preventive health care. The Purina Pet Institute has created a health checklist titled "Caring for Your Dog/Cat […]

City of Westlake Village seeks nominations for top citizen, top youth

The city of Westlake Village is accepting nominations for its annual Citizen and Youth Recognition programs. The purpose of the Citizen Recognition Program is to identify and recognize outstanding individuals who have made a difference in enhancing and improving the quality of life in the community. The purpose of the Youth Recognition Program is to identify and recognize outstanding youth, […]

Scrappy Oak Park Eagles fight their way into Tri-Valley second place ‘We needed to get a little more momentum going into league play, so this is a

good win for us.

Scrappy Oak Park Eagles fight their way into Tri-Valley second place ‘We needed to get a little more momentum going into league play, so this is a good win for us.’ By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer The banged up and inexperienced Oak Park Eagles moved into a surprising second place tie in the Tri-Valley League with a convincing 20-8 […]

Likes Peterson

The following endorsement is submitted for your next edition: It is my sincere wish to have Glen Peterson reelected to the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District board. His service on the board reflects his genuine concern for the needs and well-being of the local community. Your vote cast for Peterson should ensure a continuation of dedicated service to our community. […]

Gratitude shown

The board of directors of Creekside Calabasas appreciates the fine article by Michael Picarella on the annexation of 60 homes in our community which were part of the city of L.A. He apparently interviewed Calabasas City Councilman Michael Harrison to obtain the facts for the article. What he didn’t report on was the years of work by the Creekside Board […]

Adult school to host Job Fair

Conejo Valley Adult Education will host a Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wed., Nov. 6 on the school campus, 1025 Old Farm Road, Thousand Oaks. The purpose of the event is to introduce area employers to potential employees and for students and community members to learn about job opportunities in the local area. The adult school’s principal, […]

Age affects the way you drive

For many Americans, driving is a way of maintaining independence. Changes that occur in people as they age, however, can affect their ability to drive safely. The following tips may help you determine whether physical changes are affecting your driving skills, and if so, how to cope with them so you remain a safe driver for as long as you […]

Newcomers to get together

Conejo Valley Newcomers’ Club (CVNC), a nonprofit social organization, invites new residents local areas to a welcome coffee at 11 a.m. Wed., Nov. 13 at a member’s home in Thousand Oaks. This event is free to potential members. CVNC will host a holiday luncheon, boutique and fashion show at 10:45 a.m. Wed., Nov. 20 at the Calabasas Inn. Lunch will […]

Basketball league now forming

The Conejo Recreation & Park District is accepting registration for the 2002-2003 Adult Winter Basketball League. Pre-season begins Mon., Dec. 2 and league play begins Mon., Jan. 6. Games are played Monday-Thursday evenings at Thousand Oaks and Borchard Community Centers. The league is open to ages 16 and up. For fees and registration, visit the Hillcrest Center/Sports Office, 403 W. […]

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