Amanda Catherine Cox

Amanda attends Oak Park High School where she’s been an ASB activities’ commissioner for three years and a member of the California Scholarship Federation. For two years, she was MVP in soccer and for four years allleague in softball. She plans to attend Southern Methodist University where she plans to major in engineering. Amanda is the daughter of Mr. and […]

Stephanie Marie Fernicola

Stephanie attends Viewpoint School and is on the headmaster’s honor roll. She’s earned both the Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburg Awards and will earn the Gold Award in June. Only 150 students throughout the United States receive this award. She’s a member of the dance conservatory. Stephanie’s career interest is business. She plans on attending Moorpark College and will […]

Curious George to visit Viewpoint book sale

Viewpoint School will host a Book Faire fundraiser from 1 to 6 p.m. Thurs., May 28 at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Commons, Calabasas. Curious George will arrive in person to meet children. Children may also take part in a storewide scavenger hunt. With a purchase of any three items in the store (no dollar limit), children may […]

Learn to know thyself at mindfulness retreat

Seminar will explore 'know-zone'

Author, columnist, spiritual mentor and teacher Dennis Merritt Jones will present a fullday Mindfulness and Meditation Retreat from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., May 30 at the Tierra Rejada Ranch, 5191 Read Road, Moorpark. The event will help participants know themselves deeper through selfobservation, mindfulness practices, journaling, discourse and various meditation techniques. According to Merritt Jones, the retreat will […]

City helped with community sevice

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the city of Agoura Hills for their support of our sons’ eighthgrade community service project. From the first e-mail contact with City Engineer Ramiro Adeva and Assistant City Manager Nathan Hamburger to the actual planting of the tree in Sumac Park on May 1, our boys, Keaton Hart, Andrew McKagan and […]

Colleen Marie Raab

Colleen is a student at Oaks Christian High School where she’s a member of the national Honor Society and a peer tutor. She’s been on the headmaster’s list and the dean’s list for four years and is an AP scholar. She’s president of the Mission’s Club, and a member of the Genocide Awareness and Breakfast clubs. She was MVP of […]

Katelyn Anne Kolakowski

Katelyn attends Agoura High School where she’s a member of the National Honor Society and is on the girl’s basketball team. She participates in Operation Smile and is involved with the End Worldwide Genocide Club. Outside of school, she’s involved with International Community Service in Costa Rica. Her career interest will be in journalism. Katelyn will be attending the University […]

Basketball camp gives players the advantage

Advantage Basketball camps are now taking registration for summer camp at Agoura High School, 58545 W. Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. Sports Illustrated recently picked Advantage Basketball as one of the top camps in the country. Camp is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, July 6 through 12. For information, call (310) 903-6473 or go to www .advantagebasketball.com.

New officers installed at Or Ami

Homosexuality is a ‘drain’ on society

  "Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me." That’s how I was raised, and that’s the way I raised my kids. Apparently today’s kids are prissy, pampered sissies at risk of damage from peervoiced disapproval and are totally unprepared for independent, adult life. Even that great Jewish teacher of the Torah, Jesus of Nazareth, […]