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Senior Retreat assists elderly hurricane victim

Agoura Hills Senior Retreat has joined forces with the Assisted Living Federation of American by offering to house seniors displaced by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina “We are almost at full capacity, but are happy to offer help to residents of other assisted living communities that no longer have a home,” said Executive Director Brenda Hans. For more information about […]

Attitude adjustment at Agoura


They’ve got a new head coach, fresh attitude, better players, improved chemistry and lofty goals for the upcoming season. Now the Agoura girls’ volleyball team just needs to find a way to consistently get in the win column. After struggling mightily last year—going winless in Marmonte League play and recording just a single victory in tournament competition—Charger players say they […]

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Thanks community

I would like to publicly thank all the wonderful people who showed their support in so many ways after I was sued by Brian Boudreau for writing the ballot argument against the Malibu Valley Inn, from the financial contributions for litigation costs, to fresh-picked garden tomatoes delivered to my door, to playing Mastermind with my kids while I was on […]

Local student builds school in Sri Lanka

Although Hurricane Katrina now dominates the headlines, the Indian Ocean tsunami that ravaged about a dozen Asian nations continues to affect one young man who spent his summer vacation rebuilding a school in the hardhit Southern coastal villages of Akurala in the Galle district of Sri Lanka. Jonathan Yahalom graduated from Oak Park High School and is now a junior […]

Fund for hurricane victims established

The Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) has activated a Katrina Relief Fund for local residents to help victims of the recent hurricane Katrina. The foundation’s Special and Urgent Needs Fund will make matching gifts up to $5,000 to support relief efforts to help victims in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama rebuild their homes and lives. Contributions may be sent to VCCF […]

Calabasas resident is new president of women’s business organization

New board members of the National Association of Women Business Owners-Los Angeles Chapter will take office during a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Tues., Sept. 20 at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in Exposition Park. “I am thrilled to be chapter president at this watershed year,” said Calabasas resident Audrey Martinez-Keller. “I look forward to . […]

Local teens unite to bring the game of tennis to a new, youthful audience

Back in April, Agoura senior Eric Abramowitz and Viewpoint senior Todd Snyder had the impetus to start a summer tennis program at the West Valley Boys and Girls Club in Canoga Park. What they, and the youth-orientated facility didn’t have, was a court. But rather than throw in the racket and look elsewhere, Abramowitz and Snyder decided to make use […]

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