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The Agoura Hills Library presents a variety of summer reading programs for children and youth. All programs will meet at the library, 29901 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills. •Children can join the Super Reader Club. Programs are 3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and the schedule includes: •“Super Magic, Super Animals, Super Heroes” with John Abrams on June 28. •Find out about bats […]

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Katz opens counseling office in Calabasas Personal fitness trainer makes house calls Sherry Katz, a licensed clinical social worker, has opened a new office in Calabasas. Katz, who already has an office in Encino, has been counseling adolescents and adults for over 10 years. Katz specializes in eating disorders, substance abuse and recovery, depression, divorce, single parenting and bereavement. She also […]

An unexpected repeat

Barely recovered from enduring Viewpoint’s dramatic March 28 win in the Div. V boys’ volleyball final, athletic director Patrick Moyal was back passing out CIF medals just three days later at the Claremont Club as the Patriots’ boys’ tennis team took home an unexpected second-straight Div. V championship. Despite a 6-6 start and no Liberty League title, Viewpoint showed it […]

Topanga Canyon Gallery to host studio tour

Topanga Canyon Gallery will host its fourth annual studio tour on Sat. and Sun., June 18 and 19. There will be a reception for the artists plus a silent auction from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the gallery, 120 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Ste. 109, Topanga. Thirty established and emerging artists from the greater Los Angeles area and Topanga […]

Jim and Mary Kay Donahoe

Six-time Diamond Sales Award winners Mary Kay and Jim Donahoe of Young Realtors were heartily congratulated by president Joan Young for being named among the top listers and top sellers for the first quarter of 2005 at the firm’s Westlake Village. The Donahoes are recognized as a leading real estate force in their community and are repeatedly ranked in the […]

Addie Winter recognized for CERP work

Calabasas residents can be thankful that in the event of an emergency, a plan is in place to keep everyone safe. But that emergency plan didn’t magically appear when the city incorporated in 1991. Calabasas resident Addie Winter was very instrumental in the formation of what is now called CERP (Calabasas Emergency Response Program) and she was recently recognized for […]

LVUSD hit hard byGov. Schwarzenegger

At last week’s special budget workshop, Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) officials reiterated how the governor’s budget is adversely impacting local schools. Donald Zimring, LVUSD interim superintendent, presented a report, “Politics Prevents Planning,” to school board members. “A disappointing January governor’s budget has evolved into an even more disappointing May revision,” Zimring said. He said the State Teachers Retirement […]

Coyotes are champs on Memorial Day

Las Virgenes Federation takes a stand

I am writing to clarify the Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation position on several development projects presently proposed in our area. These projects are the Heschel School in Old Agoura, the Triangle Ranch at the intersection of Kanan and Cornell Roads and the Malibu Valley Inn which, while located in Los Angeles County, is being considered for annexation by the city […]

Joan Norris

Joan Norris, Tristan Ahumada, Christine Leko of Century 21 Adobe Realty in Newbury Park were recently congratulated by owners Chuck Leko and Michael Schaller for outstanding production for May. Recognized for top listings was Norris, for top sales was Ahumada and for top gross closed commission was Christian Leko. “Our associates at Century 21 Adobe Realty continue to be committed […]