2007-03-15

City serves notice on tennis courts



Instead of building three new tennis courts at Morrison Park, Agoura Hills will refurbish nine courts at Agoura High School. The Agoura Hills City Council voted in favor of renovating the school courts and entering into a 10-year joint use agreement with the Las Virgenes Unified School District. The decision to renovate the courts was prompted by some residents who […]

‘Great Race’ thrives on volunteerism



The Dole Great Race of Agoura might not be so great if it weren’t for the hundreds of volunteers who plot, plan and organize every detail of the six races and after-bash that rivals the race itself on the family fun meter. Most of the volunteers hail from Oak Park, said Alicia Boretz, president of Oak Park High School’s Athletic […]

50 golden years



Richard and Lorraine Garner of Agoura Hills celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 9. Richard Garner is a retired Los Angeles County firefighter. The couple have three children- Linda Shipman, Karen Brahney and Paula Friedrichsen- and five grandchildren.

Kevin/Ross PR lands MarCom awards



Kevin/Ross Public Relations of Westlake Village is a triple winner in the International MarCom Awards, one of the largest competitions of its kind in the world with more than 5,000 entries. MarCom honored Kevin/Ross for the “And Now You Know” direct mail campaign developed with California Lutheran University and for two projects the agency created on behalf of Huntington Hospital […]

Along came Henna



It was love at first sight. That’s right- The moment I saw her, with her curly fan-like tail whipping furiously back and forth. Her round doe eyes begging me, Take me home! Take me home! And that’s just what I did. Her little pink tongue slobbering me with kisses saying thank you. She is my shadow, my playmate, my best […]

An evening of magic in Moorpark



The Rotary Club of Camarillo will host “An Evening of Magic” at 8 p.m. Sat., March 31 at the High Street Arts Center, 45 High Street, Moorpark. Paul Dwork of Camarillo will be this year’s master of ceremonies. Also performing will be the Goldfinger and Dove, Joseph Tran, Shawn McMaster, Bob Bolivar and Farrah Siegal. Funds raised will be distributed […]

James Collins



James Collins of Kiefer and Partners Real Estate Company has completed the Realtor ePRO course to become one of a few real estate professionals to earn the certification offered through the National Association of Realtors. The comprehensive and interactive certification course is an educational program designed to provide real estate professionals with the technology tools needed to help consumers in […]

Totally Upgraded In Woodland Hills



This completely upgraded unit is south of “the Boulevard” and in a gateguarded complex. It has 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Upgrades include machined hardwood flooring, plush carpeting, granite breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances and sink, and an indoor laundry area. Bedrooms are large with walk-in closets. There are views of the city from the living room and dining area. […]

Gas Company boosts funding for rebates



Southern California Gas Co. will pay up to $3.7 million in rebates this year to residential customers who buy energyefficient natural gas appliances- an increase of $1.1 million over last year. “Our increased funding helps meet the state of California’s Energy Action Plan, which gives top priority to energyefficiency and energy-saving programs for meeting the state’s increasing demand for energy, […]

Boys & Girls Club adds four board members



Four additional San Fernando Valley business and community leaders have been elected to the board of directors of the Boys & Girls Club of the West Valley, according to chairman Gary Thomas. The new board members are David Rainer, Brent Roberts, Sadaf Sehati and Gail Solomon. Rainer is president and CEO of California United Bank in Encino. He is a […]


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