2006-10-19

A galloping good time at Reyes Adobe Days



New members join the Woman’s Club



WELCOME-Mickie Moyer and Gail Small are installed into the Woodland Hills Woman’s Club by membership chairperson Mary Jordan at a recent meeting at the Calabasas Inn. The club will host a vintage membership luncheon on Tues., Oct. 24. For information, call (818) 225-7880.

Child safety software distributed



The Ventura County District Attorney’s Office will begin countywide distribution of computer software called ComputerCop to help parents keep children safe from predators and harmful materials on the Internet. The Ventura County District Attorney’s Office is committed to the safety of children and has implemented the Protecting Our Children program to help parents and other concerned adults safeguard the Internet […]

Episcopal church blesses animals



PET PRAYERS-Elizabeth Hribal brings her dog, Sophie, to the Church of the Epiphany in Oak Park for the blessing of the animals by the Rev. Hank Mitchell. The service held earlier this month welcomed all kinds of pets including birds, cats, mice and even lizards. Epiphany invites the public to attend its next special event on Sun., Nov. 5, a […]

Toy drive will benefit Childrens Hospital



The sixth annual toy drive for Childrens Hospital Los Angeles will be Oct. 23 through Nov. 3. New, unwrapped toys are being collected for children receiving treatment at the Hospital. Drop-off locations are the Ladin residence at 29550 Woodbrook Drive in Agoura Hills, and Willow and Sumac elementary schools in Agoura Hills. For more information, call Jerica Ladin, (818) 889-6460 […]

Yes on Lowe’s Measure Z



On Nov. 7, Westlake voters will have to choose between the Town Center with shops, restaurants and a Lowe’s home improvement store or a 376,000square-foot, four-story office complex. Voting yes on Measure Z is a vote for the Town Center. Voting no will mean that the land will be developed into an office complex. If Measure Z does not pass, […]

Opponents raise new doubt over Oak Park school bond

PTA campaign solicitation is called into question

With the Nov. 7 election only two weeks away, opponents to measure H6 in Oak Park have raised new concerns about the $71-million school facilities bond. Donna Klugman is upset that the Parent Teacher Association at her child’s Oak Park school helped fund the district’s facilities bond campaign on the Nov. 7 ballot. Parent/teacher groups contributed more than $17,000 to […]

Westlake to host fourth annual city celebration

Event includes breakfast and family activities

The Fourth Annual Westlake Village City Celebration will be 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Oct. 29 at the Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest Drive, Westlake Village. The day’s events also mark Burgers will be available between10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Thousand Oaks/WestlakVillage Chamber of CommercPumpkin Run will feature 5K, 10and 1-mile fun run courses, all of […]

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Crime on Campus When visiting colleges, students and parents often have different questions. Students want to know what everyone does for fun on weekends, while parents want to be reassured that their child will be safe on weekends, and during the week as well. In response to questions about campus security, student tour guides always point out the bluelight emergency […]

Pet of the Week



Pet of the Week


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