2007-10-11

Mothers host craft boutique



The Conejo Valley Mothers of Multiples will host a craft boutique from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Oct. 14 at the Boys & Girls Club of Thousand Oaks, 1980 Avenida de Las Flores. Admission is free. Vendor spaces are still available. For more information or to reserve vendor space, call Shawn Nelson at (805) 7328369 or Jody Manory at […]

Oncologist to speak



A presentation on the history and future of cancer research will be presented from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 25 at the Wellness Community Valley/Ventura, 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. Dr. Sheldon Davidson, a clinical professor at UCLA School of Medicine, will discuss new and upcoming cancer treatments and ways to control side effects. To RSVP, call (805) 3794777. […]

OPHS cross country team making holiday plans



This Thanksgiving, Oak Park High boys’ cross country head coach Kevin Smith is hoping his team will be passing more than just the gravy. While most people will be sitting at a table enjoying the traditional fixin’s, Smith has other plans for his Eagle squad. Once again, OPHS fields a top team that will look to be in Fresno on […]

New worship times at St. Paul’s



St. Paul Lutheran Church is changing its worship times to 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Sundays beginning Oct. 14. Childrens church and adult and teen Bible studies will take place in between services at 9:45 a.m. The Rev. Matthew Nolte leads worship. The church is at 30600 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Agoura Hills. For more information, call (818) 889-1620.

Several readers show their support for Klessig



I have lived in the Conejo Valley for 31 years, the last 19 in Westlake Village. To my delight, the city I live in has become better year-by-year, a remarkable accomplishment not duplicated by many of the surrounding areas. One recent example close to me is the beautification project along Lindero Canyon which I enjoy nearly every day. Our City […]

Close To Schools



This 5-bedroom Mulholland Heights home includes an office, open floor plan, 22-foot vaulted ceilings, a large family room with custom built-ins and a master suite with a fireplace. The private yard has a builtin Viking barbecue, and saltwater pool and spa. The home is close to schools. For more information on this property, call Alina Shalev of Coldwell Banker Calabasas […]

Nonprofit urges parents to never leave kids alone in the car



It can be tempting to leave children alone in a motor vehicle to quickly run in the store to grab a gallon of milk or to pick up dry cleaning. What many parents and caregivers don’t know is that the temperature inside a car can reach deadly levels in as little as 10 minutes. Kids In Cars, a national nonprofit […]

Relay For Life members invited to join Reyes Adobe parade



Members of Relay for Life of Agoura invite residents to walk with them in the Reyes Adobe Days Parade Sat., Oct. 13. Participants must arrive at 9:15 a.m. They will be informed of the meeting place by phone or e-mail. The parade starts at 10 a.m. and follows a three-quarter-mile route along Forest Cove Lane, Thousand Oaks Boulevard and Reyes […]

Learning experience

Pacific Youth Football League teaches kids the basics

The Pacific Youth Football League continues to prosper after 15 years. With almost 4,000 players on 140 teams throughout much of the southland, the PYFL is an independent, nonprofit football league for players ages 7 to 14. Even though volunteer coaches teach the basics of football, the league prides itself on providing a positive outlet for all players, even those […]

Children explore at ‘Imagination Station’



ANIMATED- Timothy Gaynor, 4, from Westlake gets some help as he builds a robot out of recyclable materials at the “Imagination Station” at the Children’s Festival of the Arts in Thousand Oaks. The event, sponsored by the Conejo Valley Chapter National Charity League, was held recently at Conejo Creek park and featured a variety of hands-on art activities for kids.


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