Presenting a united front

WALK ON– The opening lap of last weekend’s Relay for Life 24-hour fundraiser in Agoura Hills featured cancer survivors and their loved ones. See complete story in Community section.

Audubon Society hosts field trips

The Conejo Valley Audubon Society will present birding field trips in May. The group’s website is www.ConejoValleyAudubon.org. +Pine Mountain, Sun., May 6: An allday outing with a picnic at Pine Mountain Campground. Bring heavy jacket and gloves, water and lunch. Expected sightings include greentailed towhee, purple finch, mountain chickadee and whiteheaded woodpecker. Meet at Los Posas Park-and-Ride at 7:30 a.m. […]

Team off to a great start

CHAMPS- The fourth-grade 10U Westlake Warriors went undefeated in their first tournament as a team, bringing home first place in the Ventura Seaside Basketball Tournament last week. Back row from left, Coach Jeffrey Feldman. Middle row: Noah Levine, Wildan Levitt, Trevor Howard, Tyler Harris and Dane Coop. Front, Daniel Sutman, Ky Feldman, Keaton Kitchen, Travis Harper, Eric Winikoff and Matthew […]

Acrobats in the air

Divers fly high at Marmonte League Finals

The third time was definitely a charm for Royal High junior diver Melani Meister. Meister defended her crown at the Marmonte League Diving Finals last Friday at Rancho Simi Community Park pool, where she posted a total score of 442.25 in 11 dives. Meister, who won the event in her freshman and sophomore years, barely edged out Amanda Stines of […]

‘Tale of Three Trees’

The Melody Makers choir of grades 3 through 7 will present a musical, “The Tale of the Tree Trees” in the 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services Sun., May 6 at the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The play was written by Allen Pote and Tim Long. According to a church press release, the […]

Artist exhibits 3-D works

SCENES- Soap actor-turned-artist Stephen Schubert will exhibit his three-dimensional artwork at the 10th annual Calabasas Fine Arts Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. and Sun., May 5 and 6 adjacent to The Commons in Calabasas. For details about Schubert, e-mail sasstudio@sbcglobal.net.

This House Has Smooth Ceilings, Recessed Lighting And Ceiling Fans

This remodeled twostory Agoura Hills home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a pool and RV access. The house has smooth ceilings, recessed lighting, ceiling fans, crown moldings, new dualpane windows and doors throughout, picture windows, designer paint and new carpet and tile flooring. The living room has a wood and gasburning brick fireplace with a custom oak mantel. The family […]

Stream to Sea Day raises enviromental awareness

NATURE’S FRIENDS- Mollie Hogan of the Nature of Wildworks animal rescue displays Tara, a red-tailed hawk, at the April 28 Stream to Sea conservation event in Calabasas. Right, a cross between an African serval and a domestic cat that was likely abandoned by its owner.

‘A Slice of Paradise’ proves to be an enjoyable ride

BEAUTIFUL BIKE- Robert and Heidi Chartier, left, pose with the designer of their new chopper, Vince DeFalco of Picture City Cycles, and Sumac Elementary School Principal Karen Hansen, following the school’s dinner dance and silent auction on Saturday at the Malibou Lake Mountain Club. The winning bid for the motorcycle was $18,000. Proceeds from the auction will support Sumac’s Parent […]

Oak Park students serve tea

HONOR THY PARENT- Oak Park High School sophomore Ilana Kaye and her mom, Susan, at the school’s annual Parent Day Tea last Thursday. The event, hosted by the school’s peer counseling program, was an opportunity for students to honor their parents.

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