Oaks Christian brings home another swimming title

Boys score a record 437 points in winning second straight; girls take third to register highest finish in team history

Lookout football-it looks as if boys’ swim team has the makings of the next sports dynasty at Oaks Christian. Registering a Southern Section-record 437 points, the Lions cruised to their secondstraight Division IV swimming championship last week. They became the first team in Southern Section history to score more than 400 points in the championship meet, besting Mission Viejo’s long-standing […]

Rabbi to discuss evolving Judaism

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will present a lecture, “Judaism and the Global World: The Transformation of the Jewish People,” at 2 p.m. Sun., May 21 at the New Jewish Community Center at Milken, 22622 Vanowen St., West Hills. Admission is free. His talk will focus on how Judaism fits into today’s world of constant change. In 2003 Wine was named “Humanist […]

No on schools

After attending the Measure B6/C6 Information Night on May 4, a couple of observations need to be made. First, although the Oak Park School District has legitimate needs to fix real problems, they’re also asking for a lot of money for frivolous items. They need money to fix leaking roofs, but they also want money for digital TVs. They need […]

Cathie Post

Cathie Post received the award for top sales for February at Prudential California Realty’s North Ranch/ Westlake Village office. At the company’s annual awards banquet in February, she won a Leading Edge Society award for her excellent production in 2005. Post is a resident golf member of Sherwood Country Club and specializes in golf and lakefront properties. She attributes her […]

More cities plagued by illegal signs

Calabasas the latest to join fight

Agoura Hills, which recently reevaluated its businss sign ordinance, isn’t the only city attempting to regulate the brash signage that businesses and residents frequently put up. Illegal banners and other signs are also a problem in Calabasas, officials from that city said. Calabasas prohibits signs attached to trees, poles or utility boxes unless the business or person posting the sign […]

Educators get high marks

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The Waxing Goddess Body Waxing salon is at the same location but has a new address for the site. The salon is in The Courtyard business center, 3625 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. The salon features the finest French waxes including a nostrip wax for bikinis, brows, face and underarms, the gentlest method of waxing for delicate areas of […]

OCHS running back Tylfeatured on ESPN.com

Oaks Christian’s highly touted running back Marc Tyler has a diary on ESPN.com. Tyler posted his first diary entry April 28 and will continue to update the journal throughout his college recruiting process, reports the website. In order to view Tyler’s entries, you must subscribe to ESPN Insider. Scouts Inc., a well-respected recruiting publication, projects Tyler as a top-5 running […]

Get that rock ‘n’ roll religion

Go back in time to the fabulous age of rock ‘n’ roll when Temple Beth Haverim in Agoura Hills hosts the Haverim ’50s Hop from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sun., May 21. Music is being provided by You Should Be Dancing DJ and the event will include such activities as hula hoop and ’50s costume and swing dance contests. Dancers […]

Oak Park school bonds explained

After reading Tom Bregman’letter encouraging a no vote on thupcoming Oak Park UnifieSchool District bond issue, B6 and C6, I would like to offer a different perspective. The basis for Mr. Bregman’argument is that the bond assessment is unfair to new homeowners because their taxes will be proportionally higher as a resulof higher assessed values. Few people I speak with […]