The city of Agoura Hills is looking for individuals to serve as volunteer docents at the his- toric Reyes Adobe Historical Site in Agoura Hills. Docents conduct guided tours of the adobe and its garden and barn/ museum, and present a short his- tory of the Reyes family and the creation of the adobe home. Normal public hours for the […]
A Massachusetts teenager with inoperable brain cancer may have lived on the other side of the coun- try, but Conejo Valley residents and business owners still did what they could to help the boy’s uninsured family. In the end, nothing could save Logan Seifert, 17. He died Sept. 9 in a Pittsburgh hospital after fighting the disease for nearly two […]
Oak Park’s high school and middle school have new band teachers this year. Tom Pavia joined Oak Park High School, leading 98 students in the jazz, wind ensemble and concert bands. Elana Anatole is teaching 162 students signed up for jazz, beginning, intermediate or advanced bands at Medea Creek Middle School. Pavia and Anatole are work- ing together to strengthen […]
CATTITUDE- Zeus, 5, a male domestic short- hair black-and- white cat with a Siamese meow, needs a home. Zeus can be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. To take Zeus home, ask for ID No. A3553186. Occasionally pets ave already been adopted, so call (818) 991-0071 first or visit http:// animalcontrol. co.la.ca.us.
The Ventura Harvest Fes- tival Art and Craft show, originally set for this week- end, has been rescheduled to Friday through Sunday, Dec. 8 to 10 at the Ventura County Fairgrounds, 10 W. Harbor Blvd, Ventura. The festival cannot use the facility this weekend because the fairgrounds have been des- ignated as the command center for more than 3,000 Day […]
This single-story, 2- bedroom and 2-full bath- room home with nearly 1,000 square feet is move- in ready. This contempo- rary home has a unique wrap-around patio with two sliding glass doors for access. The open kitchen features a large pantry and a newer range. The bedrooms each of- fer mirrored wardrobe doors and the living room is highlighted by […]
The city of Calabasas is host- ing an environmentally-themed coloring contest open to stu- dents in elementary and middle schools, “How Can You Help the Environment by Recy- cling?” Students may submit hand-created drawing on 8-and- a-half by 11-inch format in land- scape orientation. Send contest entries to the city of Calabasas Environmen- tal Services Division by Mon., Nov. 7. […]
Kaiser Permanente sponsors a bereavement support group that meets every Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Cafeteria Classrooms 1 and 2 at the Woodland Hills Medical Center, 5601 De Soto Ave., Woodland Hills. There is no fee and the group is open to the community. Trained volun- teers provided by the Kaiser’s hospice department lead the group. For in- […]
GETTINGS GOT IT-Our Lady of Malibu School sixth- grader Alexandra Gettings is awarded the Mudd Family Scholarship for showing high academic achievement and qualities of leadership and service. Alexandra, who lives in Calabasas, will be awarded $2,000 a year through the eighth grade. With her is William Mudd.
Agoura Hills A thief stole a $2,000 laptop computer and a motion detector and alarm control panel worth $600 from a vehicle parked on Agoura Road Sept. 20. A $250 bike was stolen near Agoura High School Sept 16. Burglars stole tools and a video camera from a home on Balkins Driver Sept. 15. The loss was $2,480. A $422 […]