2007-07-26

FOR THE RECORD



•Incorrect contacts were published regarding last week’s story about Oz Animal Rescue. For more information, call (818) 3241701orvisitwww . ozanimalrescue.com. •People interested in running for the Las Vi rgenes Unified School District Board of Education need to file candidacy papers at the Los Angeles County Registrar’s office, not the city of Agoura Hills. Visit www.lavote.net for further information.

Library book sale



The Friends of the Woodland Hills Library will hold a book sale from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fri., July 27 and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., July 28 at 22200 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. A members-only sale will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Thurs., July 26.Tapes, videos, records, CDs, cookbooks and collector’s books will be […]

Westlake shop in top 100



The June issue of Quick Printing Magazine, a trade publication for the printing industry, lists CR Print of Westlake Village among the top 100 quick printers in the nation for 2006. The term “quick printers” generally describes commercial printers who specialize in fast turnaround, small format offset printing and also provide digital printing services for their clients. CR Print was […]

Student on the move



Rock group to perform



Alternative rock group “The Trade,” from Riverside, will appear at the Filling Station at 10 a.m. Sun., July 29. The Filling Station is a nondenominational Christian church meeting at the North Ranch Community Centre at 1400 N. Westlake Blvd. in Westlake Village. The group’s appearance is part of the Filling Station’s “Summer of Love” series each Sunday. Five more acts […]

Kingsmen Shakespeare company stages cabaret



“Stars in the Sun: A Cabaret Benefit for the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company” will take place from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Sun., Aug. 5 in the PreusBrandt Forum Theatre at California Lutheran University. Company members will perform contemporary musical theater standards, original music and comedy. Performers include Marc Silver, J.J. Rodgers, John Slade, Anne Lockhart, Kevin P. Kern, Jane Longenecker and […]

This Single-Story Home Has Been Remodeled And Upgraded



This singlestory 3bedroom, 2-bathroom home with nearly 1,600 square feet has been remodeled and upgraded throughout. It opens up to a ceramic tile floor entry and a formal living room completed by a vaulted ceiling, a fireplace & one of three sliding glass doors to the rear accented with a heated pool with a diving board and spa. The informal […]

Agoura Hills rolls out mission statement



In the midst of celebrating the city’s 25th anniversary, officials in Agoura Hills have developed a mission statement. Louis Celaya, assistant to the city manager, recently reported to the City Council that the “time has come” for a clear city mission. The mission statement will be a guiding document for years to come, Celaya said. All city employees are contributing […]

Protecting the young wizard’s secrets



Aizuss elected president of medical association



Dr. David Aizuss, an ophthalmologist living in Calabasas, has been elected the 136th president of the Los Angeles County Medical Association. Aizuss was sworn in as LACMA president during a ceremony at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles. In his inaugural address, he pledged to help physicians confront the economic realities of practice in order to preserve and protect the […]


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