Adam Ipatzi

Adam Ipatzi received the award of top selling agent for November 2006 at Prudential California Realty’s Oxnard/Channel Islands office. This is the sixth time in 2006 that Ipatzi has taken the top sales award for the branch. A Ventura County native, Ipatzi is familiar with Oxnard and its surrounding communities. His clients are happy to find an amiable and expert […]

One high school play that’s a miracle

TOUCH AND FEEL– Agoura High School actor Aubrey Pevsner, third from left, portraying the deaf and blind Helen Keller, grabs for a plate during a rehearsal for William Gibson’s “The Miracle Worker” with fellow actors, from left, Alex Paul, Amanda Tally, Jeff Lyon, Lida Darmian and Alex Budish. The story of teacher Annie Sullivan and her remarkable student opens tonight […]

Recent chill won’t stop Strawberry Festival

January’s chilling temperatures will have no impact on the strawberries that will be ripe in time for the 24th annual California Strawberry Festival celebration Sat. and Sun., May 19 and 20, according to Dean Maulhardt, chairman of the California Strawberry Festival. “The winter berry harvest usually takes into account the potential for poor weather. The plants are still in the […]

A real bargain

PRETTY THINGS- Zonta Club member Kathleen Bradley of Westlake Village shows her new jewelry to Shirley Thomas, of Westlake, and her son, Gary, visiting from St. Louis. The friends were part of the club’s wine and cheese party on Sunday. The Zonta Club of Conejo Valley, a women’s organization, hosted celebrity authors Paula Poundstone, Harley Jane Kozak and Mariel Hemingway, […]

Francis promoted

Ellen Francis of Agoura Hills was recently promoted to district manager of Arbonne International, which markets skin care and wellness products and is headquartered in Irvine, Calif. The products are sold through a network of independent consultants. Francis began her Arbonne business in January 2006.

Registration opens for spring T-ball, coach pitch

Programs for kids 5 to 8 years old

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department is accepting registration for the spring 2007 T-ball league for 5 and 6 year olds, and coach pitch league, for children ages 7 and 8. The leagues run from March 31 through June 9. Ages are determined as of April 1. The program costs $125 which includes a trophy, team and individual pictures, […]

World Day of Prayer is March 2

The Conejo Unit of Church Women United will celebrate World Day of Prayer on March 2 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1 Avenida de Los Arboles, Thousand Oaks. Coffee fellowship is at 10 a.m. with the service at 10:30 a.m. Esther Biersma will lead the singing accompanied by Aina Abrahamson. The theme is “United Under God’s Tent,” described as “a […]

Sierra Club endorses Keeler

The Sierra Club has endorsed Toby Keeler for Calabasas City Council. In addition to his endorsement from Save Open Space, Toby is now the leading environmental candidate in the race. While the incumbents say they are for the preservation of open space and the protection of our natural environment, I see evidence that has occurred in our city over the […]

Clean Up Your Old Bathtub Before Replacing It

If you have an older home, you may be considering ripping out and replacing the tile and plumbing fixtures. People often replace them because they have many years’ build up of dinge or minor blemishes and they don’t think they’ll ever get clean again. But it’s not easy to find a replacement tub that has the look you want, fits […]

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