2005-08-04

Public safety info available



The Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (VCDSA) is offering to provide monthly safetyrelated articles for local homeowner association newsletters. “As part of our longstanding commitment to better serve the communities in Ventura County, our association is providing articles for neighborhood newsletters,” said Sgt. Pat Buckley, VCDSA president. The articles will relate to personal and public safety. Examples include: a guide […]

Kitty Hutchinson



Judi Ross, Tristan Ahumada and Kitty Hutchinson of Century 21 Adobe Realty were recently congratulated by owners Chuck Leko and Michael Schaller for top achievement in the month of June. Ross was recognized for top listings, Ahumada for top sales, and Hutchinson achieved top gross closed commission for the month. “All of our associates are working very hard to provide […]

New dance director named



New salon opens in Westlake



Owners/stylists Cyndi Michaelis, Janice Prouty and Marissa Terentieff have opened Serendipity, The Salon, describing it as “an intimate hair salon with a relaxing garden atmosphere.” Longtime Westlake stylists, the owners wanted to create a warm, friendly environment. The stylists are experts in color and contemporary trends in cut and style for men and women. The salon, at 2488 Townsgate Road, […]

Kids come to the Adobe



Sheri and Melissa Karp



Sheri Karp and The Karp Group of Re/Max Olson & Associates, Inc., North Ranch office have been commended by broker/owner Todd C. Olson and president Keith Myers for their production in June with sales of over $4.2 million. Karp also received accolades for achieving Platinum Circle status for 2004. This honor places her in the top 5 percent of Re/Max […]

Agoura Hills wins grant for Kanan interchange

$4 million will allow work to proceed

President Bush signed a federal highway bill last week that ends a two-year funding delay for the Kanan Road/101 Freeway interchange project. The Transportation Equity Act will provide $4 million of federal money towards the $25 million project, Agoura Hills officials said. Although Agoura Hills had hoped to received $5 million, city officials said they were pleased. “It’s unbelievable,” said […]

Auditions beginning soon



The Village Voices Chorale announces open auditions starting Aug. 22 for its holiday concert. Men and women singers from Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley may participate. Choral singing experience and good sight-reading skills are helpful but not required. Directed by Gloria Hilliard and accompanied by Christine DeKoltz, the chorale offers a blend of choral music from classical to […]

Try fun in the sun



The Malibu Makos CPR-certified surf camp is offering ongoing registration for summertime sessions. Malibu Makos is a group of trained lifeguards and surf instructors that formed in 1991 to provide expert instruction for both adults and children in a variety of beach-related activities. For more information, visit www.malibumakos.com.

Festival of one-act plays appeals to mature audiences



The Young Artists Ensemble will present the second One-Act Festival from Fri. to Sun., Aug. 26 to 28, at Hillcrest Center for the Arts, Theatre on the Hill, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The Festival includes two shows, Bill A and Bill B, each featuring a different set of contemporary works by well-known playwrights such as Rich Orloff, Christopher […]


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