Pepperdine education school to award graduate degrees

Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology will host the 2008 commencement ceremony for the master’s and doctoral education graduates on Sat., June 21 in Alumni Park on the Malibu campus. The graduate school will award more than 200 degrees in educational technology, institutional management, organizational change, organizational leadership, and educational leadership, administration and policy. Degrees given will include […]

Tri-Valley honors top athletes

The Tri-Valley League has announced its All-League teams in baseball, softball, boys’ tennis, boys’ golf and boys’ volleyball. Here is a rundown of the local players who shined this spring: Baseball First team: Jake Hagen and Eric Columbia of Oak Park; Sean McCarthy of Oaks Christian. Second team: Dave Whitaker and Trevor Cohen of Oak Park; Louis Vozzo and Matt […]

Citizen input helps make project better

A huge “thank you” to all the Liberty Canyon residents who packed the Agoura Hills Council Chamber last Wednesday night for the hearing concerning the appeal of the planning commission decision to approve the Liberty Canyon Center. Over 25 people spoke to voice their criticisms of the project as proposed. Many others attended to support them. In a meeting that […]

New Condos At Wood Ranch Offer Gated Senior Living

The new 2 bedroom, 2 bath senior condos at Wood Ranch include a garage with each unit, granite countertops and either stainless steel or white appliances. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and master bath with a separate shower stall and large tub. The second bedroom also has a walk-in closet and adjacent full bath. All units include indoor […]

Community spirit awards given

On June 8 at the Los Robles Greens Banquet Center, the Thousand OaksWestlake Village Community Foundation awarded the community’s leading educators, volunteers, public safety employees and armed forces personnel for promoting and preserving economic vitality and safety. Those attending, who included public officials, business people and charities, helped to fund the event through sponsorships, donations and the $27 ticket price. […]

Walk-athon raises funds for diabetic service dogs

Participants can adopt dog for walk

A Doggie Walk-athon to raise funds for the purchase and care of diabetic alert service dogs will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Sun., June 29 at Marina Park, 1901 Spinnaker Drive, Ventura. The event is sponsored by Heaven Scent Paws, a nonprofit organization that provides “pawtners” for people with Type I diabetes by training diabetic alert service dogs […]

School works for safe water in Myanmar

Viewpoint School and the Rotary Club of Calabasas recently conducted a workshop to assemble hundreds of water pasteurization indicators for delivery to relief workers in Myanmar. WAPIs are 4-inch plastic tubes containing wax particles that melt when submerged into water that has reached 149 degrees Farenheit (65 degrees Celsius), a temperature that eliminates microbes carrying E. Coli, rotaviruses, giardia and […]

Baseball, softball and soccer teams earn top honors

Takes issue with Calabasas leadership

The arrogance of money and power in government often signals an end to meaningful citizen input. Has this occurred in the city of Calabasas? You decide. When a year-long effort by citizen volunteers to update the General Plan is usurped by city staff inserting, after the fact, their own recommendations, including halfamilliondollars a year disguised as “workforce housing,” which is […]

Stephen Kaseno

Dilbeck Realtors GMAC President Mark Dilbeck was has announced that Stephen Kaseno,a member of Dilbeck’s Westlake Village office, was named First Place Woodland Hills Office Associate of the Year for 2007, a position he has held the past five years. Kaseno will once again take his place on this year’s President’s Council. The President’s Council is comprised of the top […]

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