2006-06-22

Interchange forces Agoura’s budget to swell



The city of Agoura Hills budget will be hefty next year-$31 million according to details revealed at a recent budget workshop. City Manager Greg Ramirez said the budget was unusually large because the city will complete the $25 million Kanan Road/101 Freeway interchange next year. Although the city will initially pay about $16 million to build the interchange, assistant to […]

Women’s club gives funds to local graduates



The Scholarship Committee of the Westlake Women’s Club, chaired by Marge Ceran, recently awarded $8,100 in scholarships to graduating seniors from local high schools. Nabeel Hameed of Westlake High School received the Westlake Women’s Club Karen Rufener Scholarship. Hameed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rashid Hameed of Westlake Village and ranks at the top of a graduating class […]

Exceptional seniors leave lasting impression on Westlake High School



Students saluted for high scores on tough tests



Gabriel Weingart of Agoura Hills was recently honored at a statewide awards ceremony for gifted children hosted by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. Weingart attends Lindero Canyon Middle School. Weingart was invited to the awards ceremony based on an exceptional performance on an above-grade-level test given to Talent Search participants. Seventh and eighth graders took the college […]

Resources for parents on protecting children



The most important step parents can take to help prevent a child’s abduction is to make safety a priority for the entire family. A great resource to help parents and guardians talk openly with their children about staying safer is StreetSentz. StreetSentz is an online resource for child safety information and education. On the site at www.StreetSentz.com you will find […]

Ryan and Linda Mills



For more than two decades, Linda and Ryan Mills have been residents of the Conejo Valley, and are active members of the community. As a team of real estate professionals, they are unique and highly successful. With two generations of expertise to offer regarding the area, the Mills are mother and son and are known as “The M & M […]

Local chef spices up the classroom Local chef spices up the classroom



Stellar students love to read



Small but intimate



Crafts class offered



The city of Calabasas Community Services Department is offering classes for ages 5 to 12 in soap making and stained glass. Each Wednesday morning class is eight weeks (June 28 to Aug. 2) and costs $85 ($160 if a child is enrolled in both). For more program information, call (818) 8806461.


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