2007-06-28

Dan Bonfiglio



Broker/owner Bob Majorino and the management and staff of Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks Regional office have welcomed awardwinning agent Dan Bonfiglio to their staff. A resident of Dos Vientos, Bonfiglio has been in the local area for more than four decades. As a licensed broker since 2001 and an agent for nearly 20 years, Bonfiglio represents clients in the […]

Oak Park greets National Night Out



Several Oak Park neighborhoods will participate in the National Night Out Against Crime Aug. 4. National Night Out is an annual event designed to strengthen America’s neighborhoods through police and community partnerships. The goal is to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, build support and participation in local anti-crime programs and, most importantly, send a message to criminals that the […]

Tournament of Roses speakers available



Community groups interested in learning about the history and tradition of the Tournament of Roses Association, the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl Game have the opportunity to book an official speaker for their meetings. Speakers are available throughout the year. For more information, call the association in Pasadena at (626) 449-4100.

Calabasas Relay For Life raises much-needed funds in the fight against cancer



Teacher of the Year inspires students with music



Many people could learn a valuable lesson from the National Teacher of the Year. In her classroom, at first, all is silent. Horns are gently raised to puckered lips, violins rest on narrow shoulders and youthful fingers hover over musical keys. Then, on cue, a harmonious burst fills the air as students of Monte Cristo Elementary School in Granite Falls, […]

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Agoura Hills Vandals caused $300 in damages to the bathroom at Old Agoura Park June 18. Burglars stole a $600 ceramic piggy bank containing $50 in coins from a home in Seminole Springs on Mulholland Highway June 14. Thieves stole a video iPOD, a charger, a sports bag containing boxing gloves and other accessories from a vehicle parked on Modena […]

Bleacher hogs spoiled grad day



I wanted to write you and tell you how proud I was of my son on his graduating day at Agoura High School on Fri., June 15. The only thing that ruined one of the biggest days in my life was the way the seating was handled. After waiting in line for over one hour in the blazing heat we […]

This Northgate Former Model Home Was Built In 2002



This Northgate former model has 4 bedrooms plus office and 3 baths. Built in 2002 with approximately 3,200 square feet, the home is on a culde-sac on a more than 15,000-square-foot lot, backs to open space and has views. Gourmet island kitchen has granite counters and maple cabinets. The large family room includes a fireplace. There are a living room […]

Dog saved from jaws of coyote by quick-thinking owner, whistle



An inexpensive dog whistle saved the life of Roxy, a 2yearold French bulldog/Pekinese mix snatched by a coyote in the presence of her owner, Jaclyn Kornreich. Jaclyn, 17, a recent Oak Park High School graduate, took her pooch for her usual walk at the Palo Comado trail in the Jordan Ranch area of Oak Park on June 8. Although the […]

New board for Leonis Adobe Museum



The Leonis Adobe Association announces the 2007-08 board of directors. Don Adams, who has been with the organization for more than 30 years, has been reelected president. Joining the board is Hidden Hills resident Michael Silberman, who will serve as vice president to replace Bob Gibbons, who will continue to serve as an adviser on special projects for the museum. […]


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