Where’d they put the polls?

Who was the genius who moved the voting location for the even addresses on Eagleton to some place over near Cheseboro Road from Sumac Elementary School? Raymond Kobey Agoura Hills


Late in October, Prudential California Realty agents were invited to a meeting to hear guest speaker Kim Effinger, affluent marketing manager from Prudential. Those present learned about the company’s future plans for the Fine Homes International program. “Prudential California Realty is sending a very positive message to the public,” said broker/owner Bob Majorino. “Our new and improved Fine Homes International […]

Local 10-year-old giddy over upcoming ‘Nutcracker’ role

As the end of the month approaches, it’s no surprise that 10yearold Emily Hogan is becoming more and more excited, if not a bit anxious. Emily, who lives in Calabasas with her parents and older sister, is to dance the role of Clara in the RozannZimmerman Ballet Center’s production of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker.” The show begins Nov. 30 at the […]

Doctor presents at conference

Dr. James Mulick, Agoura Hills orthodontist, participated in the 39th annual symposium for patients, parents and medical and dental residents on Nov. 3 in Santa Monica. His presentation on “Phases and Stages in Orthodontic Treatment” dealt with early treatment as preparation for alveolar bone graft and secondary treatment for children with cleft lip and palate. Fourteen other specialists spoke at […]

Sun Devil fans embrace Carpenter

Westlake grad quarterbacks ASU to a 9-1 start, first win at Rose Bowl since 1996

Rudy Carpenter is feeling the love. Prior to their team’s 2420 victory over UCLA at the Rose Bowl last Saturday, a large contingent of Arizona State football fans partied outside of the stadium at Sparky’s Touchdown Tailgate. Sprinkled into the maroon-and-gold-clad mix were several supporters who proudly wore Carpenter’s No. 12 jersey. When discussing the junior quarterback, a 2004 graduate […]

Children to fill Thanksgiving baskets

The Sunday School classes at United Methodist Church of Westlake Village will assemble Thanksgiving baskets for those in need. Nonperishable food will be donated by members of the congregation. The activity will take place at 9 a.m. Sun., Nov. 18 at the church, 1049 Westlake Blvd. For more information, call the church office at (805) 497-7884 or (818) 889-5431, or […]

Crossing guard uses psychology

People who drive are subject to psychology. Let me explain. I have been a school crossing guard for approximately seven years. The school I tried to protect in 2006 installed non-lighted stop signs and painted “stop” on the asphalt street. The sign also said automobiles should come to a complete stop. Approximately 25 percent would drive without stopping. So I […]

Michael and Arleen Delgado

The honors for top listing agents in September 2007 for Prudential California Realty’s Oxnard/ Channel Islands office went to husband and wife team Michael and Arleen Delgado. This is their 12th monthly production award for the Oxnard/ Channel Islands branch this year, with three months left to go. Once again, this places them in the forefront as the top agents […]

Youths collect trash in Oak Park

CLEANUP CREW- Volunteers display bags filled with trash that they collected in the community during Oak Park Clean Up Day last Saturday. From left, Oak Park freshmen Chris Shafer, Nick Saucedo, Garrett Stanton, Derek Deakin, Porter Bertanyi, Ryan Schaffer and Alexander Chrysiliou. The students reported finding lots of garbage- and some money, too.

Celebrities take to the green

STARTING LINEUP- Sports celebrities participate in the second annual Stillpoint Family Resources golf tournament Nov. 5 in Calabasas. Stillpoint is a nonprofit organization started by Dr. Ross Porter in 1988 to provide affordable psychological services to families at risk in the Los Angeles area. More than 600 families are helped every year by nine clinicans at four offices and two […]