2007-05-24

Nominations accepted for ClvFFie awards



Nominations are being accepted for the seventh annual Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation’s “CLvFFie” awards. The awards (pronounced “Cliffy”), honor individuals and groups from the region. Members of the community are asked to submit the names of worthy candidates in various categories to the Future Foundation office by June 30, the final deadline. The awards will be presented in November. Finalists […]

Trash hazardous waste safely

Dump TVs, VCRs, computers and more

Los Angeles County residents can dispose of hazardous waste, e-waste and universal waste at the Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Roundup from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun., June 3 at the Calabasas Landfill Scale Area, 5300 Lost Hills Road in Agoura. Residents can bring up to 15 gallons or 125 pounds of household hazardous waste per vehicle. Waste that will […]

CSUCI’s first class grads



The following area students have graduated in the first class at California State University at Channel Islands in Camarillo. Agoura: Renee Wachter. Agoura Hills: Garret Allard, Jessy Goodman, Christopher Graham, Saxon Knauss, Jeremy Percival, Shirley Wandzura, Kathryn Worthington and Steve Wyman. Calabasas: Matthew Barela and Steven Dones. Hidden Hills: Daniel Leibman. Oak Park: Ben Barkai, Brendon Cussio, Kelsey Davis, Ashley […]

Bruins dominate at both ends of the court



COACH WOODEN WOULD BE PROUD- The Bruins of Westlake National Junior Basketball won the fifth-grade championship by scoring the most points in the league and allowing the fewest. Pictured in the front row from left to right are Grant Nussbaum, Kyle Peltz and Joseph Russo. Back row: Coach Larry Conti, assistant coach Eric Peltz, Levi Smith, Danny Covert, Kevin Framer, […]

Season opens for Fairy Tales in the Park



The Gypsies in a Trunk will perform “Witch Switch,” an original play combining the stories of “Rapunzel” and “Hansel and Gretel,” in parks around the county as part of its 13th season of free Fairy Tales in the Park. Performances will be at 11 a.m. Sat., June 2 at Foxfield Park on Foxfield Drive in Westlake Village and at 4 […]

Lori Mills



Lori Mills won the award for top selling agent and top producer from Prudential California Realty’s Camarillo office for February 2007. Mills took the award for top selling agent in January as well, getting 2007 off to an excellent start. “Lori goes above and beyond what most real estate agents do. We will always consider her a family friend and […]

Old Agoura equestrians hit the trail and learn about microchips



RIDE ON- Above, Agoura Hills City Councilmember Denis Weber and his son Chris take part in the inaugural trail ride and ribboncutting ceremony last Saturday marking the opening of a new riding trail in Old Agoura. Above right, Dr. Larry Dresher, a local veterinarian, injects an equine microchip into a horse during a clinic held at Cheseboro Canyon Park. The […]

To help learn about water



FOR THE SAKE OF SCIENCE- Lee Renger, vice president of the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District Board of Directors, presents a $17,000 check to Las Virgenes Unified School District Superintendent Sandra Smyser to help fund the district’s fourth- and fifth-grade science programs and to purchase books on water conservation for school libraries.

Soaring as an Eagle



HIGH RANK- Ethan Cohen of Boy Scout Troop 716 in Thousand Oaks earns his Eagle Scout rank. The Oak Park High School senior renovated a storage room at the Goebel Senior Center for his community service project. He will attend Moorpark College in the fall and plans to transfer to CSUN or UCLA to study film. Ethan’s National Court of […]

For the record



Omitted from last week’s article on the Oaks Christian boys’ swim team were Chase Block and Jonnie Paré. Competing at the CIFSouthern Section Division III Swimming Championships in Long Beach, Block, a freshman, won the 500 freestyle event and Paré was victorious in the 100 freestyle. Paré, a senior, capped a stellar career which included 13 individual or team championships.


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