2007-06-21

Favorite recipes needed for Calabasas cookbook



A local cookbook project, “Calabasas Community Cares,” needs recipes from residents, city officials, employees and businesses in Calabasas. The cookbook will be the first project of its kind and will showcase the city’s caring spirit. All net proceeds from the sale of this cookbook will benefit Kevin Cordasco’s Fund, a program of the Talbert Family foundation. Kevin is a 10-year-old […]

Arbor Day Foundation to provide tree ID booklet



The National Arbor Day Foundation has a resource available to help an average person identify trees in a simple, stepbystep process. “What Tree Is That?” is an 84-page pocket guidebook that helps distinguish different species of trees in California and the Western region of the United States. The book also includes dozens of detailed drawings which accurately illustrate the specific […]

GOP women host wine tasting



The Westlake Village Republican Women Federated will host a wine tasting and live music event at 6 p.m. Fri., July 13 at a private estate in Westlake Trails. Winemakers Lyn and Jan Gelfand of Gelfand Wines will pour their Paso Robles Big Reds. Recording artists The Surfaries will provide original surf music. Food will include gourmet finger food pairings and […]

Chamber presents student scholarships



The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Community Foundation, with support from the Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Education Committee, awarded five area high school seniors each with a $1,000 scholarship to assist with their college education. The 2007 scholarship winners are: Breanna Sinner of Agoura High School, Shannon O’Connor of Newbury Park High School, Stephanie Greene of Westlake High School, […]

Agoura High School Class of 2007



Samuel Aaron, Gabriella Adirim, Shane Ahern, Ava Aldcroft, Daryl Alonso , Aaron Alston-Roth, Alana Altmann, Michael Amodio, Jessica Anderbery, Maggie Anderson, Jennifer Archuleta, Jordan Arias, Britany Arledge, Danyelle Atkinson, Allyson Ayalon, Eliran Azal, Michael Bachelis, Theodore Bader, Christopher Baird, Juan Baires, Kavi Bajaj, Joshua Baker, Laura Balletta, Jose Balsells, Leah Barczi, Christopher Barker, Anna Barminova, Hayley Barns, Martin Barrio, Zachary […]

More OCHS commitments



According to head coach Bill Redell, two more Oaks Christian football players have committed to college programs. Wide receiver Chris Potter will attend Boise State. Offensive lineman Trace Biskin has agreed to sign with Arizona.

Road awareness



The way this article about the killed bicyclist was written, Det. Richard Curry assumed that the cyclist was struck because he was not sufficiently noticeable to the motorist who struck him. While this may very well have been the case, it is at least equally possible that the motorist was inattentive, distracted, or a plain bad driver. It is a […]

Pat Helton



Pat Helton, broker associate, CRS, GRI, ABR, SRES, CN and e-PRO at the Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Regional Office, has been ranked in the top 50 agents in the Los Angeles North West Region for the first quarter of 2007. Helton has been a top producing agent with Coldwell Banker in the Conejo Valley since 1985. Helton is a certified […]

Making the grade wasn’t easy



The 24 Oak View High School graduating seniors received a standing ovation before the emotional farewell ceremony had even begun. As the students entered the Oak Park High School Pavilion for the June 15 ceremony they were applauded for overcoming a variety of challenges and obstacles to earn the right to graduate. A continuation high school with small classes and […]

Just a good ‘ole time at the Adobe




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