Athlete’s exceptional skills create a flap

Did cutthroat competition among parents, coaches and board members lead Agoura Youth Basketball Association President Howard Lauterbach to create a special rule for one young girl, or did the organization’s head honcho make his unpopular decision based on a protocal violation? Coaches in the AYBA fourthgrade division were instructed Feb. 21 to limit the play of just one girl on […]

Young artist celebrates Celtic music

Pee-Wee gymnasts win national championship

Monarch's Gym offers world-class training for kids of all ages

It only took 2 minutes and 15 seconds for 10 girls with pigtails and bows to cheer, tumble, dance and stunt their way to a National Championship title last month in Irvine. The Mini Prep squad or “Pee-Wees,” as they are known at their Monarch’s National Gymnastic training facility in Newbury Park, is in its first year. The squad is […]

Westlake Lutheran to have Lenten service

The Westlake Lutheran Church will host a midweek Lenten service Wed., April 12 at the church, 2630A Townsgate Road, Westlake Village. A soup and salad meal will be served at 6:30 p.m., followed by a worship service at 7:30. Regular Sunday services are 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. weekly with Sunday School for preschool through adult at 9:40 a.m. Childcare is […]

Stage Door Theater presents showbiz comedy

The Stage Door Theatre will present a comedy titled “Star on the Door” by Jack Sharkey and Leo Sears from April 7 to May 20 at 28311 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. The play revolves around cinema legend Doreen Lewis who is about to make her Broadway debut opposite an ardent admirer, Paul Burnside. Things become chaotic when Doreen receives a […]

Sher Hann

Todd C. Olson, broker/owner, and Keith Myers, president of Re/ Max Olson & Associates, commended Sher Hann of the North Ranch office for her production in February with sales of more than $2.5 million. A 15-year veteran of Conejo Valley real estate, she is one of only 4 percent of real estate agents in the U.S. who hold the CRS […]

Council of Governments outlines goals

The Las Virgenes/Malibu Council of Governments (COG) was formed by local cities to address issues of mutual concern and find solutions through joint studies and cost-effective, multijurisdictional programs. After participating in the Ventura COG for many years, the city of Agoura Hills joined the Malibu/Las Virgenes group about nine years ago to develop a variety of programs. Terry Dipple, COG […]

Company offers unique way to hold garage sale

Hollywood Storage Center of Thousand Oaks is opening its door to neighbors who want to have a garage sale without using their own garages. The Conejo Valley’s largest self-storage center is inviting residents to sign up for clean, covered spaces to sell gently-used items at the Hollywood Storage Round-Up from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., June 10. In addition […]

Percussionist keeps the beat

Hanging out in the park