2006-11-16

Calabasas Library book sale coming soon



The Friends of the Calabasas Library will have a book sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Nov. 18 at the library, 23975 Park Sorrento. There will be many titles available, including adult fiction and nonfiction, children’s books, audio books and movies. Everything is priced at $2 or less. For more information, call the library at (818) 225-7616.

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WHS leads Marmonte football foursome

Westlake, Moorpark, Thousand Oaks and Royal set to begin Northern Division playoffs

Dallas Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells once said: “This is the reason you lift all those weights.” He was talking about postseason football. In the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoffs, four Marmonte League schools are among the field of 16. Northern Division teams are derived from the Marmonte, Pacific View, Pac-7, Foothill and Channel leagues. On Friday night, Marmonte League […]

Italian social club names new leader



Bella Vita of Westlake Village, an Italian social club, installed Chik Smaldino as president for a second term at a dinner meeting with special guest actor Michael Tucci, star of “Grease,” “Chicago” and “Murder She Wrote.” Other officers who were installed include Al Zammataro, first vice president; Modestine Tardif, secretary; Jo Massimini, treasurer; and Terri Kasaba, Ann Dillon, Fred Piazza […]

Solutions for Lot C



The voters’ rejection of Measure Z established four principles that should define future development for Lot C. Voters came together on the following concepts: We do not want a megastore of any kind on Lot C. We want to limit and control traffic on Lindero Canyon Road. Residents of Westlake Village, especially those who live north of the 101, must […]

Michael and Arleen Delgado



Husband and wife team Michael and Arleen Delgado received the award for Top Producer in August 2006, from Prudential California Realty’s Oxnard/Channel Islands office. The Delgados continue their record of superior productivity as evidenced by their collection of monthly awards; in 2005 they earned 13. So far this year they have been the Top Listing Agents in March, April, May, […]

ClvFFie Award recipients annouced



Exceptional citizens were honored in several categories this month at the Janet and Ray Scherr Forum in Thousand Oaks. More than 200 guests attended the sixth annual Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation CLvFFie Awards. The Nov. 5 awards (pronounced Cliffie) recognize exceptional acts of citizenship in the arts, business, healthcare, community service and education. According to Fran Brough, the foundation’s executive […]

Common sense can help prevent children’s sports injuries



Participating in sports is a great way for children to get exercise, challenge themselves and learn to interact with others. While many parents worry about their children getting injured while playing sports, some common sense can go a long way to helping keep them safe. More than 30 million youth participate in organized sports in the United States. Nearly 775,000 […]

Clausen, Tyler bearing down on CIF record book



The records are within sight. Oaks Christian senior quarterback Jimmy Clausen has thrown 130 career touchdown passes. He’s three scores away from breaking the state’s alltime record set by L.A. Cathedral’s Robert De La Cruz from 1997-99. A model of efficiency, Clausen’s tossed 15 career interceptions, including one in 166 pass attempts this year. Lion senior running back Marc Tyler […]

Biologist to lecture on California wildlife



The National Wildlife Refuges-California’s Unknown Public Lands lecture about the California condor and other wildlife will be presented by biologist Richard Posey at 2 p.m. Sat., Nov. 18 at the National Park Service Visitor Center, 401 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The lecture is free. Posey will discuss the recreational opportunities in the wildlife refuges and the California Condor Recovery […]


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