Sherry Zolfaghari

award for top lister. A native eof Oxnard, Dennspecializes in all of VenturCounty and the Conejo Valley. Her greatest strength iher lifelong knowledge oOxnard and the surrounding area, espcially thschools. Having attendinthem herself, she’s an expert. She can be reached a(805) 383-2574. Top producer went tSherry Zolfaghari. She habeen a Camarillo residensince 1987. With the prestigious designation oGraduate Real Estate […]

Pollution watch Residents are asked to keep it clean

Each year, the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors removes more than 4,500 tons of trash from local water areas. When the rain falls, as it did earlier this week, the volume of water flowing through the storm drain system can increase up to 10 billion gallons, making it nearly impossible to use nets to remove unwanted waste. […]

Valley Audubon Society to celebrate its centennial

Birds have been watched in the San Fernando Valley for a long time—at least 100 years— with the encouragement of the organization now known as the San Fernando Valley Audubon Society. The organization will celebrate its centennial at the awards banquet at 6 p.m. Fri., March 3 at the Airtel Plaza Hotel, 7277 Valjean Ave., Van Nuys. For information and […]

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THURS., MARCH 2 Hear Mozart Music “Mozart in Love” will feature a collection of operatic scenes from some of the composer’s most famed operas, exploring his view on love and life, performed by the CLU Music and Theatre Arts Department at 8 p.m. tonight, tomorrow and Saturday nights in the Preus-Brandt Forum on the California Lutheran University campus, 60 W. […]

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The Great Wall controversy

I’ve just read the Feb. 23 edition of The Acorn and couldn’t agree more with John Bamberger of Oak Park, “The Dole Wellness Center looks like a prison.” I’m not sure if the surrounding 12-foot high wall is to keep the community out or its four-star guests in. I admit I was not a supporter of the proposed Lowe’s project. […]

Video editing workshop offered

In conjunction with the eighth annual Conejo Teen Video Festival, Adelphia Cable and the Conejo Recreation and Park District will host a video-editing workshop on Sat., March 4 at the Alex Fiore Teen Center, 1375 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Please call (818) 879-5993 or (805) 381-2793 for event hours and registration information. Adelphia will make available to certified public […]

Susie Harmon

Susie Harmon of Century 21 Adobe Realty is sponsoring a fundraiser, Daffodil Days, for the American Cancer Society. By ordering this first flower of spring through the Daffodil Days campaign, you are supporting the American Cancer Society’s lifesaving patient services, educational programs and Nobel Prize-winning research and you are providing hope for a world free of cancer. Bouquets are ordered […]

City partners with Santa Monica to address clean water issues

Dirty creeks and streams are a regional problem, officials say

Calabasas city officials said they don’t want to wait for the county to solve local water pollution issues. The Calabasas City Council announced it will join with the city of Santa Monica in the search for funds to provide storm water protection projects. Too much trash and other toxic debris are finding their way to the local beaches, according to […]

Future Foundation calling for volunteers

The 22nd Annual Youth Congress, a program that encourages leadership, camaraderie, participation and discussion among high school students, is scheduled for March 18. A 16-member planning committee has been meeting since December to design this year’s congress, said Fran Brough, executive director of the Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation (CLVFF), the program’s sponsor. This year’s topic is “Our Community Counts: G.I.V. […]

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