2006-07-27

FOR THE RECORD



+The Ventura County Clerk’s office did not verify the signatures on the Westlake Lowe’s petition, as stated in last week’s article. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/ County Clerk’s office did the verification. +Marine Alex Arredondo was killed in Iraq in 1994, not 1993, and his younger brother’s name is Brian, not John.

Seminar on natural approach to healing



The Mind Body Spirit Center will host a series of “Natural Approach” seminars presented by Sharon Norling, MD, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on select Wednesdays at the Center, 32123 Lindero Canyon Road, Ste. 204, Westlake Village. The cost of each seminar is $20 and requires an RSVP to (818) 707-9355. On Aug. 9, Norling will discuss “Menopause and Hormones.” […]

Learning the basics from the best

NFL players visit youth skills camp in Westlake

Ten current and former NFL players were on hand Saturday morning for the Proactive High Performance Football Skills and Speed Training Clinic at Westlake High. For three hours under the hot Conejo Valley sun, the professional ballplayers and other local coaches and trainers helped instruct a group of approximately 70 young athletes in the various ways they can properly prepare […]

Italian social club to host card party



Bella Vita Italian Social Club will host a summer luncheon and card party from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wed., Aug. 9 in the parish hall at St. Jude’s Catholic Church, 32032 W. Lindero Canyon Road, Westlake Village. The event will feature canasta, poker, Shanghai, rummy tile and bingo. Guests should bring their own supplies. In addition, a special boutique […]

Businessman has double standard



Several years ago I was actively involved in the organization of residents and businesses that opposed the Costco development in Westlake Village. Mr. Jonathan Greenspan was one of the principal leaders in that group. One of my duties was to raise revenues to fund the cost of printed materials, mailings, posters, etc. I personally made phone calls to many local […]

Nate Harimoto



The award for Top Listing Agent from Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks Regional office for April, 2006 was won by Nate Harimoto. Harimoto has proven himself to be a leader in the industry with a solid reputation for ongoing exemplary production. He has consistently earned membership in the Chairman’s Circle, which is only awarded to the top percentage of Prudential […]

Trolley gives teens summertime transportation



Although Southern California’s public transportation system often is criticized, the weekend trolley service in Calabasas has become a popular mode of travel for teenagers in need of a ride. The Calabasas trolley gives young people a fun and efficient way to get around town. Calabasas began renting the trolley in 1999 to promote local shopping within the city’s commerce area, […]

Online shoppers can help cancer patients

Donations to benefit local Wellness Community

With an extra click of the mouse, Amazon.com shoppers can help support The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura. Effective immediately, shoppers who visit www.TwcVv.org and click on the Amazon logo will be directed to Amazon.com, and up to 8 percent of all purchases will be donated to Wellness. The Thousand Oaks-based Wellness Community is the local chapter of the international, nonprofit organization […]

Oak Park High golfer nominated for prestigious award



Oak Park High senior varsity golfer Eric Johnson is among 12 semifinalists announced by The First Tee for the third annual RBS Achievers of the Year Awards, a national program created by The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, in conjunction with Charter One and Citizens Bank, to recognize deserving participants of The First Tee and help fund their future education. […]

Rotary Club to host varied speakers



The Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills hosts luncheon meetings at 12:10 p.m. every Thursday at the Native Caf , 23536 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. The public is welcome. Cost is Rotarians and guests $14; casual visitors $17. For information, call (818) 888-0138 or (818) 773-1351. The program on Thurs., Aug. 3 will be “Backstage at the Tonight Show,” featuring Don Sweeney. […]


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