The Calabasas Environmental Commission is accepting nominations for the 2006 Carl Gibbs Environmental Excellence Award. The award is a symbol of commitment to California’s environment. It honors individuals, businesses, municipalities, government agencies, organizations and institutions which work to benefit the environment. Also recognized are voluntary activities by companies and organizations, big and small, private and nonprofit, that result in cleaner […]
Pierce College will present its annual Winter Arts Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Sat., Dec. 2 at the college, 6201 Winnetka, Ave., Woodland Hills. Admission is free. Parking will be available in lot 6 and no permit will be needed. Activities will be in the art department quad, art gallery and art rooms. The ceramic department will offer its […]
Kaiser Permanente hosts a bereavement support group from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursdays in cafeteria classrooms one and two at Woodland Hills Medical Center, 5601 De Soto Ave., Woodland Hills. The free group is open to the public. Registration is not required. For more information on bereavement groups, call (818) 375-3528. Two blood drives will be held in Woodland Hills […]
The Agoura Shelter is currently seeking applicants for the position of Animal Shelter Aide. Applicants can come in to the Agoura Animal Shelter and pick up an application. The job description is available on the Animal Control Internet website at www. animalcontrol.lacounty.info. The Agoura Animal Shelter is at 29525 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills.
The Westlake Ranch Property Owners Association and the Euclid Management Co. have let down the citizens of Westlake Village. Several months ago, a large group of civic-minded citizens gathered to discuss security concerns in our North Ranch neighborhoods. We asked for assistance from the fine Thousand Oaks Police Department and we promptly got it. We asked the Westlake Ranch Property […]
This Mediterranean townhome nestled in the foothills of Oak Park has a master suite upstairs with an additional room with a closet that has been used as an office. Both rooms have access to large balconies. The downstairs bedroom has been converted to a den with a built-in area for a television or other entertainment equipment, bookcases and a wet […]
Dr. Andrew Weil, a Harvardtrained physician, bestselling author and world-renowned expert on healthy living, has been called an alternative medicine guru, but it’s not a title he embraces. A guru, in Weil’s estimate, throws criticism out the window. Weil’s pragmatic approach to medicine is critical, analytical, nuanced and, most of all, openminded. The second guest in the Thousand Oaks Civic […]
NETWORKING-Sharing a mixer moment are Lost Hills Sheriff deputies Robert DeSantos, left, and Shawn Brownell, right with Mid State Bank and Trust officer Michelle Hertler during the Thousand Oaks/Westlake Village Chamber of Commerce Mixer at Mid-State Bank and Trust in Thousand Oaks last week.
Dole Food Company donated $22,000 to the Southeast Ventura County YMCA to help sponsor Healthy Families Day events at the three East Ventura County YMCAs: Conejo Valley, Triunfo and Simi Valley Family. Healthy Families Day will feature activities for kids and booths that will provide information on improving family lifestyles according to John Rutherford, president of the Southeast Ventura County […]
Agoura Hills Burglars ransacked the interior of a vehicle parked on Rainbow Crest Drive Nov. 8. They also shattered a $150 window. Calabasas Thieves stole a bicycle, a navigation system, sunglasses and a mobile television from a car parked on Los Springs Road Nov. 7. The loss was about $6,300.