2007-05-10

A pit bull that attacked a woman and pets is euthanized



Blue, the pit bull that escaped from the Agoura Animal Shelter and went on a bloody attack in Thousand Oaks, has been put to death. “He was euthanized right away due to the circumstances and a sample to check for rabies was sent to Ventura Public Health,” said Michelle Roache, deputy director of Los Angeles Animal Care and Control. The […]

Curves collects food donations



Curves International, a fitness franchise, announced that the 2007 Curves Food Drive in Westlake Village brought in 3,225 pounds of food to benefit MANNA’s food bank. Around the world, Curves members donated nearly 11 million pounds of food to food banks. Every year in March, women have the opportunity to donate a bag of groceries in lieu of paying the […]

Bark Busters offers pet advice



In honor of National Pet Week, May 6 through 12, Bark Busters, a dog-training company, has issued a list of the top 10 things every dog owner should know. +A dog is a dog. The greatest misconception many dog owners have is to assume their dogs communicate the way humans do. Dogs live by the same pack rules and exhibit […]

Walk for arthritis coming May 20



The Arthritis Foundation will host a fundraising walk beginning at 9:30 a.m. Sun., May 20 at Warner Center Park, 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Participants can choose a 5K or 1-mile walk. Dogs on leashes and children are welcome. The walk will raise funds and awareness to fight arthritis, the nation’s No. 1 cause […]

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Going where you’re wanted If it’s Tuesday, it must be Boulder. I always enjoy visiting colleges, and last week’s trip to Colorado was packed with five schools in two days, not a schedule I usually recommend to my clients. But I didn’t want to miss any of the college admission conference in Denver that was the reason for this trip. […]

St. Paul to receive new pastor



Matthew Nolte will start his ministry as the new pastor for St. Paul Lutheran Church in June. Nolte will graduate from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis this month. He and his wife have one child with another on the way. Church members are planning special welcoming events for Nolte’s arrival. The church is at 30600 Thousand Oaks Blvd, Agoura Hills. […]

City dance puts students in a groove



NEW VIEW– Teens learn new moves from H2H (Heart to Heart) dance group at the city oAgoura Hills’ “Loungin’ After Dark” teen dance. Dance participants had fun and showed great enthusiasm as they rocked to the music.

Affordable Single-Story Home



This single-story, single-family, 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom home is on a quiet tree-lined street. This home has woodlike laminate flooring for longlasting durability ideal for families with children or seniors with wheelchairs. There is a brick fireplace as well as central air conditioning and heating systems. The bathrooms have newer cabinets. Additional amenities include ceramic tile flooring, a two-car garage, indoor […]

FOR THE RECORD



+The Music For Heart event at The Canyon was sponsored by the Delaney Kate Heart Fund program and the Rotary Club of Agoura Hills and Oak Park, not the Kiwanis.The event raised more than $50,000, and the Rotary Club donated an additional $35,000 to the charity. +Darren Gill from the FieldTurf Corp., not Donald Zimring, deputy superintendent of the Las […]

Kiwanis holds white elephant sale



The Kiwanis Club of Woodland Hills will present a white elephant sale from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., June 9 at the Tarzana Community and Cultural Center, 19130 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana. Tax-deductible donations may be dropped off from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at 19458 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 6, Tarzana, or at the community center- call (818) 7051286 […]


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