2003-12-11

Westlake lights up the lake



Knights of Columbus donates $1 billion in past decade



Mindful that a changing world presents new ways to carry out its mission, the largest Catholic family fraternal service organization recently responded to a crisis half a world away. The Knights of Columbus joined with The Wheelchair Foundation and others to provide a total of 5,000 urgently needed wheelchairs to the disabled men, women, and children of Afghanistan. It’s likely […]

Miss Teen pageant scheduled



Applications are available for the 25th annual Miss Teenage California Scholarship Pageant, California’s oldest state teen pageant honoring young women of achievement. Applicants must be between 13 and 19 and will be judged on achievements and activities, personality, intelligence, as well as poise and appearance in formal attire. There are no swimsuit or talent competitions. "It is a program which […]

Temple Aliyah to present concert with contemporary recording artist



Temple Aliyah to present concert with contemporary recording artist The community is invited to participate along with the members of Temple Aliyah in Friday Night Live at 8:15 p.m. Fri., Dec. 19 at the Temple, 6025 Valley Circle Blvd., Woodland Hills. Recording artist, composer and lyricist Craig Taubman will perform, accompanied by his band comprised of a pianist, bass player, […]

Eagles are soaring



I was so sad to read the letter from the Oak Park family that found the fan support for Eagles football to be disappointing, and I hope they’ll give us another chance, but they’ll have to wait until next season for another home game. I’m also an Oak Park parent and a mom to a varsity player. The time is […]

Boys, Girls Club to sell walnuts

Members create holiday gift project to raise money

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes has initiated its inaugural Walnut Harvest gift project to teach entrepreneurial skills to club members and to help raise funds to build and support new clubs. The project was initiated when a local supporter, an Ojai rancher, pledged to donate 80,000 pounds of Chandler walnuts each year for the next […]

Condoleezza Rice to speak



National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice will speak at noon Wed., Dec. 17 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. The lecture is part of a series sponsored by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Rice assumed her present position on Jan. 22, 2001. She’s been on the Stanford University faculty since 1981 as a professor […]

Program turns old ink into new money for schools



At a time when public education is facing massive budget cuts, a retailer of office and school supplies has teamed up with the National Education Association Foundation to provide grants to schools. This new program is hoping to raise millions of dollars for local schools by recycling used inkjet and laser toner cartridges. The retailer, Staples, will donate $1 for […]

Calabasas Snow Day a ‘ball’



Incident wasn’t in Oak Park

In your print edition dated Nov. 27, on page 11, your "Sheriff

Incident wasn’t in Oak Park In your print edition dated Nov. 27, on page 11, your "Sheriff’s Blotter" column lists the following under the head "Oak Park:" "At 7:35 p.m. Nov 19 in the 2900 block of Agoura Road, someone was arrested for possession of paraphernalia." Since Agoura Road is south of the freeway and Oak Park is two miles […]


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