2009-03-26

Symphony appoints new directors



The New West Symphony recently appointed four Ventura Countyarea residents to its 59member board of directors. New West is the resident symphony orchestra at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and Barnum Hall in Santa Monica. Joining the board is Westlake Village resident Dwight Cole, vice president of Commercial and Wealth Management for Santa Barbara Bank […]

Westlake Village resident sees bright future in solar power



Tri-Valley League hands out winter sports awards



The TriValley League has released its all-league teams for the winter high school season. Listed below are TVL studentathletes who were honored as first- or second-team selections from Oaks Christian, Oak Park and La Reina. Girls’ basketball MVP: Katie Brooks (Oaks Christian). Coach of the Year: Andre Chevalier (Oaks Christian). AllTVL firstteam selections include Lauren Varney and Lindsay Courtney of […]

Buy discounted tickets for gala and save lives



Music for Heart, a charitable organization that raises money to save the lives of children with congenital heart disease, has announced that this year’s fundraising gala will feature former Three Dog Night lead singer Chuck Negron and a lineup of special celebrity guests. The dinner, concert and silent and live auctions, dubbed “Imagine All the Children . . .,” will […]

CMA And Get REAL Join Forces



CMA and Get REAL were two separate real estate networking groups, each consisting of Conejo Valley’s finest Realtors who met independently to exchange information, and share their knowledge and experience to best serve their clients. Recognizing the benefit of their efforts and the strength in teamwork, they have decided to join forces and become one. They are top Realtors from […]

Habitat to the Max lends a hand



St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church’s Habitat for Humanity Ministry has taken on the challenge of building homes for people working below the poverty level. The volunteer group, called Habitat to the Max, is building its second home—a duplex—for two families in Ventura County and raising additional funds through its annual dinner dance and auction. Although tickets have sold out for […]

Asian medicine offers alternative path



Asian medicine is gaining popularity as baby boomers age and look for more natural ways to improve their health. Although Asian medicine has been practiced for more than 3,000 years, people in the U.S. are only recently learning about the benefits it has to offer. One branch of Asian medicine is called constitutional medicine, which is based on the concept […]

Here’s one puppy that really gets into the news



‘Willy Wonka Junior’ closing



GOLDEN TICKET—Ben Glasner as Charlie Bucket, left, and James Cluster as Willy Wonka take the stage for Conejo Players Theatre’s production of Players “Willy Wonka Junior,” based on the book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl. The show’s final performance is 7 p.m. tomorrow, Fri., March 27 at the theater, 351 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Tickets are […]

Lori Mills



Lori Mills was awarded Top Producer in December 2008 for Prudential California Realty’s Camarillo office. Mills was selected for her excellence as a Realtor, particularly in the field of marketing, to be included in the company’s Distinguished Speaker Series in 2008, sharing her expertise with fellow agents. Mills is a Fine Homes International specialist and a Camarillo resident. She took […]


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