2003-06-12

The Las Virgenes Educational Foundation, a private nonprofit organization, will wrap up it’s Budget Crisis Campaign in ten days. Just less than $1,000,000 has been raised to date through the Foundation’s efforts, the city of Calabasas and some other sour



The Las Virgenes Educational Foundation, a private nonprofit organization, will wrap up it’s Budget Crisis Campaign in ten days. Just less than $1,000,000 has been raised to date through the Found The Las Virgenes Educational Foundation, a private nonprofit organization, will wrap up it’s Budget Crisis Campaign in ten days. Just less than $1,000,000 has been raised to date through […]

Health Fair looks at age 50 and up



Host homes sought for exchange students of the former

Soviet Union

Aspect Foundation International Student Exchange Programs has been selected by the Department of State to help in the placement of high school exchange students chosen from 12 of the former Soviet Union countries. The local coordinator for this program is Mark von Kronemann of Thousand Oaks and he is currently looking for volunteer host families. These students are part of […]

Methodist service to finish three-part sermon, ‘The Future of Your Church’



Senior minister Rob Calderhead will conclude his three-part sermon series titled "The Future of Your Church" with "Fellowship & Discipline" at the 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services on Sun., June 15 at United Methodist Church, 1049 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. Communion will be served and special music will be included in each service. Graduating high school seniors […]

Here’s a novel way to reduce traffic on the 101 Freeway –stop Ahmanson Ranch



Your May 29 editorial takes up the cause of us poor put-upon commuters on the 101 by favoring additional lanes on the 101. You appeal to the "common sense" of anyone who has traveled the 101 during the rush hour (which I must do regularly) and attack the "loudmouth" minority and the elected officials who don’t stand up to them. […]

All-Star lineup set



This summer’s Concerts in the Park series, sponsored by the city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services and West Hills Hospital and Medical Center, doesn’t stop with the Platters. The summer lineup includes a July 6 appearance by the group "Trilogy" followed by a fireworks display. On July 20, "The Tokens" come to town, a talented group whose hits […]

High blood pressure requires attention



Every day millions of patients and their doctors struggle with treating high blood pressure effectively. Blood pressure is the force of blood against the artery walls. High blood pressure, also called hypertension, occurs when the force is above normal range, causing the heart to work harder to get vital oxygen to the body’s cells. High blood pressure affects about one […]

Westlake Women’s club gives $5,200 to graduating seniors



The Westlake Women’s Club has awarded $5,200 in scholarships to graduating seniors from Conejo Valley high schools. Chosen from all seven local high schools as recipient of the $1,200 Karen Rufener Scholarship was Jill Savla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jadazji Savla of Thousand Oaks. An outstanding student at Thousand Oaks High School and a gifted musician, Jill received the […]

Agoura Bible Fellowship will present summer Bible study



Agoura Bible Fellowship will present a unique Bible study this summer: "Renovation of the Heart" by Dallas Willard. Winner of Christianity Today’s 2003 Book Awards in the category of spirituality, "Renovation of the Heart—Putting on the Character of Christ" is described as an insightful book for anyone trying to answer life’s most challenging questions. The study will use the newly […]

Mass transit is the solution



Mass transit is the solution I totally disagree with your editorial stance endorsing the 101 freeway widening. The shortsightedness expressed in your newspaper and by public officials like you will probably lead to a deficient plan. Adding more lanes without accommodating car/van/bus or any rapid mass transit has been outdated for over 20 years. When do we stop widening our […]