2009-03-19

Friendship Circle hosts bowling for siblings



The Conejo Valley Friendship Circle, a local nonprofit organization that provides support programs for special needs children and their families, will host its monthly bowling league for siblings of special needs children from 4 to 5 p.m. Sun., March 22 at Woodlake Bowl, 23130 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. Before bowling, a hot pizza dinner will be served and participants may […]

Calabasas



A thief stole a $300 navigation system, $175 cellphone and $25 garage door opener from a car parked in the 26220 block of Hatmor Drive March 9. Someone stole $2,450 worth of computer equipment from a business in the 23800 block of Calabasas Road March 7. Someone took five headphones sets, a sweatshirt, a coat and a jacket from a […]

Editorial flop



We can only assume how full your inbox will be after the horrific editorial you published on March 12. Anyone who writes that “a good student will thrive whether he’s one in 20 or one in 30” clearly does not have a child in today’s public school system. Come spend a day in the classroom so we can give your […]

Joanne Nelson



Joanne Nelson took the honor for Top Selling agent from Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks regional office for December 2008. At the company’s annual awards banquet, Nelson was honored among the top agents from the Thousand Oaks office and was among the Top 20 of all Prudential California Realty agents, joining the prestigious Gibraltar Circle where she has been a […]

Oak Park students celebrate Chinese culture



Boys & Girls Clubs give awards Hawaiian-style

Sarah Brecht is Youth of the Year

The Los Robles Golf Course Banquet Room was transformed into a Polynesian paradise last Friday evening, with decorations and sandfilled “island” table centerpieces created by members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes. It was the annual “Celebrating Our Youth” dinner and awards presentation.. Sarah Brecht of the Sequoia Club in Newbury Park was named the […]

Grad Night garage sale at Agoura High



Agoura High School is hosting a garage sale to support “Safe and Sober” Grad Nite from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., May 2. Residents may donate sellable items from their homes for the sale. The first drop off date is Sat., March 21 from 10 a.m. to noon at the teacher’s parking lot, 28545 W. Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. […]

Oak Park



A vandal smashed windows at Oak Park High School and library with rocks on March 5 or 6. The total damage was almost $4,000. A grand theft occurred between 8:30 and 10:19 a.m. March 9 in the 100 block of Concerto Drive.

Teachers are better than janitors



The maligning of public school teachers is more popular than ever as evidenced by the piece of your editorial trash “Back to the chalkboard.” Referring to “plump union benefit packages” is particularly egregious. This is not the union of people who fix our toilets. A classroom teachers union consists of people who prepare our middle class children to deal with, […]

Build The Home Of Your Dreams



Build the home of your dreams. Situated among willowy oaks and mountain views is a nearly halfacre flat parcel with a long driveway. This is the site of a former home ruined many years ago, but the cement driveway and foundation are still intact. The retaining wall is in and there is a water meter onsite. The property has been […]


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