2004-03-18

Chamber of commerce endorses Heschel West



The Agoura/Oak Park/Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce has announced its support for Heschel West Day School to develop a permanent site for its campus adjacent Agoura Hills. At a meeting of its board of directors on March 3, the chamber of commerce unanimously endorsed the project, which would serve the 75,000-strong Jewish community of Conejo Valley/Las Virgenes by providing a […]

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Use spring break creatively



"It’s our responsibility to create opportunities for children to learn," said Barbara Anderson, Ed.D., vice president of education for Kinder-Care Learning Centers, which operates early childhood education and child care centers nationwide. "For young children, the world is an exciting place," she said, "and each new experience opens doors." Anderson offered the following suggestions for simple spring break activities that […]

Church to explore imagination



An event coinciding with the spring equinox and featuring performances, workshops and other activities, will be hosted by Woodland Hills Community Church from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sat., March 20. The event, providing an opportunity to explore the topic that "a well-lived life requires vision and the creative spirit innate in each of us," will include a keynote […]

Fuel cell cars may be alternative to gas guzzlers



Fuel cell technology, a source of electric energy used by America’s astronauts since the 1960s, may be one of the keys to energy security. America currently imports 55 percent of the oil it consumes; that is expected to grow to 68 percent by 2025. Nearly all of the cars and trucks in the U.S. currently run on gasoline, and are […]

State assemblywoman names her ‘Woman of the Year’



Every year the California Legislative Women’s Caucus sponsors its "Woman of the Year" celebration. Each assemblymember selects a woman from his or her district who has contributed significantly to the community. This year’s women of the year were honored in a floor ceremony in the Assembly chambers at the state Capitol on March 15. Each was presented with a framed […]

Learn how to make candles at Pierce



Pierce College Extension will offer a workshop, "Candle-making: Beginning," from 9 a.m. to noon Sat., March 20 on the college campus at 6201 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills. Participants will learn how to make several different types of candles for home décor or to give as gifts. Registration fee is $31 plus a $20 material fee. For details or to register, […]

Get the Skin You Want with Laser Treatments



Bel Image offers the latest in aesthetic laser treatments. Bel Image is Dr. Renee Cotter and Dr. Lillian Morris, two OB/GYNs who have added this new technology to their comprehensive women’s health care services. These outpatient services are performed in the doctor’s office, under the direct supervision of a physician. For women and men who want a permanent solution to […]

Round Meadow Elementary School to host book fair



Round Meadow Elementary School will host a Scholastic Book Fair March 24-31 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. April 1. The event will raise funds for the school library, classroom reading selections, and the Parent Faculty Association, which supplements the variety of academic and enrichment services offered at the school. The fair will […]


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