Kathi and Bob McLean

RE/MAX Olson & Associates would like to congratulate Kathi and Bob McLean for their sales production in the month of March totaling over $1.9 million. Kathi and Bob have offered real estate representation for over 25 years, specializing in the sales and marketing of renowned homes and estates throughout the Conejo and San Fernando valleys. The McLeans can be reached […]

Gluten-free gals taste success

Shari Cole’s family struggled for years to find tasty gluten-free foods. Her father suffers from celiac disease, a nutritional disorder which makes him intolerant to gluten. And now that Cole has two teenagers of her own, she had to search for gluten-free foods to help fight her daughter’s gastrointestinal problems, a result of her autism. After Cole and her father, […]

Panel to debate peace in the Middle East

Event is May 28 at T.O. Library

Global Exchange Ventura County Supporters will sponsor a panel discussion on peace in the Middle East from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wed., May 28 at the Grant Brimhall/Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road. Panelists are Ilan Migdali of Project TRIUMPH (Today’s Revolution Is Understanding: Make Peace Happen) and Shepha Schneirsohn Vainstein of Salaam Shalom. The title of the discussion […]

Technology Campers Get it Right

Viewpoint student competes in Junior Olympics

Jacqueline Buckley of Calabasas Hills, a sixth-grader at Viewpoint School, competed at the recent U.S. Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior Olympics in Chicago. Jacqueline qualified for the Junior Olympics at the Region 1 Regional Championships in March, where she came in second place for both the floor and ribbon events and fourth place overall. She competes at level seven, and is one […]

CHP teaches safe driving

The California Highway Patrol, West Valley Area will host a Start Smart driver safety course by appointment only beginning at 6 p.m. Wed., May 7 at the West Valley CHP, 5825 De Soto Ave., Woodland Hills. CHP officers will discuss traffic collision avoidance techniques, collision causing factors, driver/parent responsibilities and seatbelt usage. To make an appointment, call Officer Hines at […]

The powers of federal government are limited

When U.S. citizens make contracts for goods, services, or other reasons, each party to the contract is expected to abide by it. However, there is one contract that seriously affects every citizen, but few pay attention to it. It is the U.S. Constitution, a contract between our citizens and the federal government. The original 13 states established our federal government […]

Conejo Audubon Society plans bird watching trips for May

Monthly meeting to discuss global disaster

The Conejo Audubon Society has announced its events calendar for May. •Elzbet Diaz de Leon will present “The Carbon Diet” at 7:30 p.m. Mon., May 5 at the Western Foundation for Vertebrate Zoology at 439 Calle San Pablo, Camarillo. Diaz de Leon will discuss what community members can do to help avoid global disaster. For more information, call (805) 9872721 […]

Scuba club ready to take a dive

The Conejo Valley Scuba Dive Club is accepting new members. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tues., May 20 at El Torito Mexican Grill, 449 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. The club is for those who enjoy scuba diving in lakes and the ocean. Members receive special discounts on gear, trips and air tank fills. For more information, […]

Keep it Organized, Local Businesswoman Says

Longtime Calabasas resident Linda LevineQuackenbushh asofficially launched her new organizing business, Organize4Life. “I have been helping friends and family with their homes and offices in my spare time for many years, so this is a natural fit,” said Levine-Quackenbush. “It is proven that organized people save time and money, and reduce stress and frustration levels. A professional organizer will take […]