2006-03-09

Calabasas environmental leader dies



Longtime environmental and community activist Carl Gibbs, also one of the founders of the city of Calabasas, died of lung cancer on Feb. 28. Gibbs, 67, was a founding member of the Calabasas Environmental Committee, later renamed the Calabasas Environmental Commission, and served the organization for 15 years. “I’ve worked with Carl for probably 18 or 20 years both in […]

Animal shelter offers training for volunteers



The Agoura Animal Shelter is seeking volunteers to work hands-on with the facility’s dogs, cats and rabbits. Volunteer orientation will be from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., April 15 in Agoura Hills. Orientation and basic training is required for all animal care volunteers and those wishing to foster animals. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and […]

Camp Kinneret hosts open house



Parents and their prospective campers are invited to attend an Open House at Camp Kinneret Summer Day Camp from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sundays, March 19 or April 23. Families can meet the staff and camp director Harold Gordon, and tour the 40-acre camp site at 29646 Agoura Road, between Kanan and Reyes Adobe roads, Agoura. The camp session for […]

Missions are highlighted



This month there will be a “March to Missions” at Christian Church of the Hills, concluding with Reunion Sunday on March 26, Pastor Rex Wolins said. All services will begin at 10 a.m. on Sundays throughout the month at the church, 29295 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Pastor Hector from Church by the Lake in McArthur Park will discuss local ministries […]

A Grand Marble Foyer Opens To This Home For Entertaining



This Mediterraneanstyle, 6-bedroom and 6.5bath is about 5,900 square feet and on a 54,000square-foot lot view estate in Las Posas Estates. The attention to detail can be seen from the moment one crosses the foot bridge at the entry over cascading waterfalls to the stained glass double door entry. The grand marble foyer opens to a home for entertaining. Among […]

Oak Park names new rec officers



New officers for the Oak Park Recreation and Park Planning Committee have been selected. Committee Chair Jerry Kaman and Vice Chair Steve Wong were each elected to serve one-year terms. Kaman is a consultant engineer/technical manager serving the TV broadcast industry. Wong is a local realtor. Committee members Mike Green, Michael Sklar and Steve Iceland will each serve a twoyear […]

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The City of Calabasas Library will present a Harry Potter party on Sat., March 11. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. guests may make their own blended coffee drinks. There will be trivia, food and fun included, according to Karilyn Steward, the youth services librarian. At 1 p.m. a drawing for the newest Harry Potter DVD and other goodies will […]

Oaks Christian girls’ basketball squad loses a heartbreaker to Marlborough

Lions come up just short in CIF title game

After nearly winning a CIF championship this season, the Oaks Christian High girls’ basketball team has set its sights on bringing the first-place trophy back to campus next year. The Lions, 21-10 overall and 8-0 in the Frontier League, lost to the Marlborough Mustangs of Los Angeles, 63-58, last Saturday at the Wellman Pyramid arena on the Cal State Long […]

Sunday worship is open to all



The Rev. Eddie Woods of Christian City Church invites members of the community to attend family worship services at 11 a.m. every Sunday at Alice C. Stelle Middle School, Calabasas. Childcare will be provided. For more information, call (818) 340-4405.

Sally Bellerue



Re/Max OTB Estates top producer, Sally Bellerue, has been providing top-notch service to her valued clients for all their real estate needs since the beginning of her career, close to a decade ago. An exceptional realtor who has earned membership in the prestigious Platinum Club, Sally’s professionalism and superb industry knowledge have earned her much success in real estate and […]


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