2006-03-09

The community is a very good sport



On Sat., Feb. 11 at Forest Cove Park, I organized a “sports day” for young children to be introduced to local sports programs. I did this as a part of my accomplishments for my Girl Scout Gold Award. There was a very good turnout among the community. I received many kudos from the parents and children who attended. I am […]

Method Fest picks film lineup



Officials have selected the movies that will screen during the eight annual Method Fest Film Festival scheduled for March 31 through April 7 in Calabasas. The film schedule was announced last week at Pierce College’s Performing Arts Center, where veteran actor David Carradine received the 2006 Method Fest Maverick Award. This year’s festival will show 25 feature films and 50 […]

Westlake Warriors



Head coach: Michael Lee (1st season) Last season’s results: 13-15, 8-7 in league (4th in Marmonte) Biggest losses: Joe Raleigh, P; Andrew Doupe, OF; Jordan Ott, IF; Travis Turek, P Notable returnees: Eric Morrison, 1B; Jeff Rapoport, OF; Nick Slezak, P; Cutter Dykstra, SS; Jason Barmasse, 3B; Stephen Notaro, C Impact newcomer: Tyler Malinger, junior, Utility Pitching ace: Nick Slezak […]

Good times at Conejo Valley Days kick-off



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 […]

Calabasas ready to award grant money

More than $70,000 available

The city of Calabasas announced it is giving funds to worthy community organizations. The current grant cycle remains open for requests until March 31. The Calabasas City Council will award $70,126 in grants and if all funds aren’t spent the city will conduct an additional funding cycle. Calabasas established the community service grants program to recognize and support community groups […]

Speaker combats stigma of mental illness



All societies face double challenges when they battle a disease. On one hand, doctors must defeat the disease itself. And in the case of mental illness, for example, communities must learn to overcome the stigma associated with the disease. Leading the effort to raise student awareness about mental health issues, the Oak Park High School peer counselors invited Ross Szabo, […]

Agoura Charger



Head coach: Scott Deck (3rd season) Last season’s results: 19-7, 10-4 in league (2nd in Marmonte) Biggest losses: Drew Norton, CF; Greg Gelber, P; Jason Novak, P/OF Notable returnees: Robert Stock, P/C; Jason Stoffel, P/1B; Nick Farinacci, SS; Jamie Leonard, P Impact newcomer: Bill Sharp, sophomore, OF Pitching aces: Jason Stoffel, Robert Stock Biggest bats: Robert Stock, Danny Gallinot Overview: […]

Do you want dessert with your murder?



This House Has Been Maintained With Upgraded Quality Appointments Throughout



This home is in the exclusive enclave of Wood Ranch in the upscale Hillsborough neighborhood. The home features more than 3,700 square feet of living area and is on a flat and fully usable lot of more than 14,600 square feet. This house has been maintained with upgraded quality appointments throughout, including GE Monogram appliances, custom paints, wood blinds and […]


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