Mike Plisky

Mike Plisky of Aviara Real Estate has been recognized for his continued contributions by the recent past president of the Conejo Valley of Realtors of 2006, Glen Scalise. Plisky received the President’s Award. Plisky, 2005 president of the Conejo Valley of Realtors, has a long list of accomplishments, in addition to community service, that have earned him this honor. The […]

Foundation seeks trustee

The Community Foundation for Oak Park Board of Trustees is seeking a resident of Oak Park to fill a vacant position on the board. The board normally meets quarterly. The foundation was founded in 1979 and supports volunteer efforts in the community as well as raising funds for community programs and projects. Most of the foundation’s funds are spent in […]

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Are you hiding?

Are you hiding? There appears to be a lot of hiding in relationships these days. By that I mean hiding oneself from the other while making a strong attempt to maintain the appearance of a relationship. There may be an illusion of communication and shared experience though partners actually maintain great distance from one another. Perhaps there is an unspoken […]

Lady Lions on fire in the postseason

REFUSE TO LOSE- Caroline Cislo of Oaks Christian goes in for a goal during Tuesday’s 7-1 playoff victory over Bell Gardens. After qualifying as a wild-card team in Division V, the Lions have won three postseason games and will now host El Segundo today at 3 p.m. in the CIFSS quarterfinals.

Purim workshop slated at Chabad of Oak Park

The Jewish Women’s Circle will host a pre-Purim workshop, “Purim Expressions,” 8 p.m. Tues., Feb. 27 at Chabad of Oak Park, 5998 Conifer St., Oak Park. The workshop will include tips on making Shalach Monos baskets, a look “Behind the Mask- The Inner Dimension of the Megillah,” Hamantashen recipes and special guest Renie Peters of Candymonium. Peters will demonstrate “the […]

Army band marching into Pepperdine

The U.S. Army Concert Band “Pershing’s Own” will perform a free concert at 8 p.m. Mon., March 12 at Pepperdine University’s Smothers Theatre, 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. The band, founded by Army chief of staff Gen. John J. Pershing in 1922, leads every inaugural parade. Free tickets are available from the box office at (310) 506-4522. For more information, […]

Reelection is right

Mayor Dennis Washburn and former Mayor Barry Groveman deserve our support at the polls March 5. The front page Acorn story from Feb. 15 about our housing market in Calabasas tells a story of success. It says our median home prices have increased 8 percent in the last year while other nearby cities have seen a drop. I think it […]

Land For Sale 10-acre Parcel

A 10-acre parcel with zoning to develop several single family homes is available in the Conejo. The property has access available from several different directions, a variety of views and mixed topography. Submit for development or build a large estate with horse zoning. For more information on this property listed at $2,596,000, call Kristy Christensen at (805) 4182556.

Leonis Adobe hosts bake day

The Leonis Adobe Museum will host a baking social from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., March 10 at 23537 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. Participants may bring a preprepared item with a maximum two-hour cooking time to bake in the museum’s beehive adobe oven. During the event historian Nita Standke will discuss the history of California ranch baking and cooking in […]

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