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LIGHT THE NIGHT—Registered nurses and a social worker from the oncology unit at EncinoTarzana Regional Medical Center will participate in a special event to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Oncology Care Walk Team members are, from left, Yunchee Smith, Lisa Edwards, Jan Richter, Laurie Haynes, Ellen Madey, Nurse Manager Connie Pamintuan, Social Worker Robin Gottlieb, Linda Meseck, […]

Other local football matchups

Agoura (2-0) atRio Mesa (1-1) Outlook: Head coach Charlie Wegher’s aeriel attack still doesn’t appear to be clicking on all cylinders, having posted only 40 points combined during the first two games. Nevertheless, the Chargers are 2-0 and tied atop the Marmonte League standings with Royal, Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks, so it’s not like the coach is having too […]

Make baby’s bath time a relaxing time

A warm bath can be a relaxing, enjoyable bonding experience for parent and baby. While new parents might worry about getting started, a few helpful bathing hints can make a real splash with baby. Getting Your Feet Wet •Warm up the room and undress baby only a little at a time. Infants can be sensitive to transitions that accompany bathing, […]

Ballot dispute explained

In my law practice representing injured victims, I thought it was important to take Mary Hubbard’s case pro bono. This is an important public issue and I was appalled at the attempts to squelch the voices of those attempting to be heard in this process against the millions of dollars of resources of the developers. There were no substantial changes […]

Judy Lewicki

Judy Lewicki of Troop Real Estate has once again been commended for her recent and year-to-dat listing and sales production. Lewicki attributes her success to the extraordinary level of attention she gives her clients and to every step of their real estate transactions. Her clients also benefit from the fact that Lewicki is a long-time area resident and has a […]

Hop aboard Rideshare Week

The city of Calabasas has announced its support of Rideshare Week and requests residents to support and participate in the campaign aimed at reducing traffic and smog in the city. Rideshare Week will be observed from Mon., Oct. 3 through Fri., Oct. 7. During the week, commuters throughout California will be urged to leave their vehicles at home and instead […]

Coastal Cleanup Day observed

Memory Walk will fight Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association’s annual Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s disease will take place Sat., Oct. 1 at Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks. Hundreds of people from Ventura County are expected to participate in this year’s event to raise funds and promote research on Alzheimer’s. The Memory Walk is the association’s largest national fundraising event and is held in more […]

Great expectations for CHS girls’ tennis

Royal is returning a CIF state championship winning boys’ cross country team. Oaks Christian has had enough talent on the football field to capture two consecutive Div. XI titles. And Agoura continues to develop high-quality water polo teams and players on a yearly basis. But of all the great high school sports teams in the Conejo Valley, and there are […]

Conference to empower men

CSUN’s Family Focus Empowerment Center is joining with the Men’s Center of Los Angeles to host a daylong conference designed to help men find the tools to balance all of life’s demands. “Rejuvenation, Support and Renewal: A Day for Men to Find Support in a Community of Men” will be presented from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat.Sept. 24 in […]

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