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YogaWorks supports global effort

YogaWorks is joining forces with Whole Foods Market to bring local attention to the World Planet Foundation. Through June 30, YogaWorks will offer complimentary twoweek memberships, valued at $80, to Whole Foods Market shoppers in Southern California who donate $10 or more to the Whole Planet Foundation. In addition, YogaWorks will donate a percentage of proceeds from new student sales […]

Alliance to host heavenly luncheon

The Angels of the Alliance will hold its eighth annual Angels Luncheon at 10 a.m. Wed., June 6 at Sherwood Country Club, tennis lawn area, 329 W. Stafford Road, Thousand Oaks. The lunch will have a champagne and wine bar, boutiques, a table decorating contest and awards. Garden party attire and flat shoes are recommended. Cost is $125 per person. […]

Oak Park needs out-of-district kids

In coming years, outofdistrict permit students will be critical to the Oak Park Unified School District, according to information presented to the school board at its last meeting. The report listed enrollment trends and projections for 200716, with and without inter-district permit students for each of the five district schools and for the entire district. The figures were compiled by […]

Lions’ golf team fends off WHS

Sometimes in golf, one shot does make all the difference. On Monday at Soule Park Golf Course in Ojai, the Oaks Christian boys’ golf team edged out Westlake, 380 to 381, to capture second place in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Team Divisional. Royal High won the 19-team tournament with a 373. Both Royal and OCHS advanced to the CIF Team […]

Writers’ group seeks new members

A small, supporting creative writing group is seeking established writers with publishing credits. The members meet once a month to share ideas and accomplishments, as well as help spur each other’s creativity in a friendly and relaxed environment. Novelists, nonfiction, magazine writers, short stories and children’s writers are welcome. The group is in the Malibu/ Agoura/Westlake/Thousand Oaks area. If interested, […]

City’s perk not fair

With a proposed annual budget of $500,000, the Calabasas City Council will consider on the June 6 agenda an ordinance approving the giving to upper management employees an amount equal to one year’s pay so they can purchase a house in Calabasas. First proposed and unanimously supported by the council on Jan. 17, it is called a “loan,” but if […]

Single Story Home With A New Addition And Lots Of Fruit Trees

This 4bedroom, onestory home with a 400square-foot addition has a 15-foot cathedral ceiling with a large bay-window seat, recessed lighting and screened solartube skylights throughout. The updated kitchen has new birch cabinets, roll-out drawers, a walk-in pantry, and a tiled breakfast bar. There are new dualpane Milgard windows, oak French doors and Wilsonart laminate flooring. The yard includes fruit trees […]

The following Mother’s Day tributes are from fifth-graders at Brookside Elementary School in Oak Park

Dear mom, I love you so much. I love you because you take time off of work to take care of me when I am sick. I appreciate all the time you put in making me happy, healthy and loved. Thank you so much for all that you do. Happy Mother’s Day! Brooke I love you so much. I appreciate […]

ALS group to meet

There will be a free meeting of the ALS Association, Greater Los Angeles Chapter support group from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Sat., May 26 at the city of Westlake Village community room, 31200 Oak Crest Drive, Westlake Village. The group offers support for people with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, their families and friends. For more information, call […]