2006-09-14

Golf tourney to support K-9 cops program



The Ventura Sheriff ‘s K-9 Foundation will hold its second annual golf tournament at Sterling Hills Golf Course in Camarillo on Mon., Sept. 18. The K-9 teams, part of the Sheriff’s department for 20 years, are employed in many law enforcement duties including search ng for lost persons, responding to n-progress calls and felony alarm calls, and providing backup to […]

Young rocker at The Canyon



GUITAR SLINGER-Kenny Wayne Shepherd entertains at The Canyon club in Agoura Hills last week. Shepherd’s guitar mastery shines through with his blues rock style. The former Shreveport, La. native now calls Bell Canyon his home.

The Conejo Players: The Play’s the Thing



The Conejo Valley is known for its beauty, both natural and manmade, its sports and leisure facilities, but not for its cultural activities. A notable exception is the Conejo Players Theatre, a jewel of a structure on South Moorpark Road. At the home of the Conejo Players theater company, a group of volunteers present consistently entertaining productions throughout the year. […]

Very Unique Property Built With No Expense Spared



This is an extraordinary brand new Lake Sherwood custom estate with breathtaking lake views and quality construction rarely seen. It’s truly awe inspiring, with authentic detail finishes throughout. This is a very unique property built with no expense spared, including a large pool-sized lot with new beautiful landscaping and outdoor fireplace. It’s a one of a kind estate with character. […]

Mother, daughter prepare for living abroad



A Westlake Village mother and daughter left home last week, each bound for her own adventure in a different part of Europe. Samantha Silver, 16, is in Spain for a nearly yearlong exchange student program. Her mom, Lucinda Silver, 52, is in Denmark teaching English at an agricultural trade school. Samantha won’t return until July. Lucinda will come back in […]

Heschel West begins new year



The Heschel Day School West in Agoura Hills welcomed 262 students to the first day of classes on Tues., Sept. 5. Sixty-one new students from kindergarten through seventh grade joined the school. Now in its 13th year, Heschel West will celebrate the entire year with a bar mitzvah theme and a school commitment to doing good deeds and making the […]

Foster kids to receive school supplies



More than 200 new backpacks filled with school supplies were delivered to children in Ventura County’s foster care system in time to start the new school year, thanks to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Agoura, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, and Newbury Park. The backpacks were filled with school supplies and will be distributed to […]

Cosmos Grill to serve winemakers dinner



Cosmos Grill in Calabasas will host the Justin Vineyards and Winery Winemakers Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Mon., Oct. 16. Steve Lister, Justin Winery principal, will be pouring four of his newly released wines, paired with a fantastic fourcourse meal. Bouncing back from a devastating warehouse fire, this winery is as strong and wonderful as ever with some incredible new releases, […]

Happy birthday, Westlake Village



Chronologically speaking, 25 years old seems young, but it’s a grown-up, mature city of Westlake Village that celebrates its silver anniversary this fall. In 1981, a group of dedicated residents helped transform Westlake Village from a small ranchero in the country into a city built on promise. Today, Westlake Village boasts a strong municipal budget, a large number of thriving […]

Women’s club helps charities



The Westlake Women’s Club began its annual distribution of funds to local charities at its meeting Tuesday at the Westlake Village Inn. The club is a federated, all-volunteer organization that raises money for charity through its many community fundraisers. The groups that received allocations at the meeting included Hospice of the Conejo, the Wellness Community, Conejo Valley Adult Literacy Education, […]


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