Reach Out to Agoura Hills

The Agoura Hills City Council generally meets the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at city hall. The city’s planning commission meets on the first and third Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. Meetings are telecast on Time Warner Channel 10 and Charter Channel 3 daily until the next scheduled meeting. Meetings can also be […]

Villa Esperanza gets $100,000 grant

The California Community Foundation recently awarded Villa Esperanza Services with a twoyear $100,000 grant to support operations of the organization’s Adult Day Program with an emphasis on expanding programs and services for adults age 60 and over who do not have developmental disabilities. The grant will supplement program fees to allow lowincome seniors to attend the program free of charge. […]

Oaks Christian takes league

Temple concert to raise funds

Temple Etz Chaim will host a fundraiser concert at 5:30 p.m. Sun., June 7 at the synagogue, 1080 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The concert features SoulAviv, a four-person vocal group from Santa Barbara and their backing band. SoulAviv music is described as “high energy soul, gospel and worldmusic grooves mixed with Jewish heritage, spirituality and celebration.” SoulAviv released its […]

May 19 letter an attack on gays

In response to last week’s letter, “Homosexuality is a drain on society,” I just can’t believe that people would go out of their way flaunt their ignorance. Donna Schwartz Woodland Hills

Create a Smarter Home In A Down Economy

A tight economy means most American homeowners are keeping close watch on their budgets, cutting spending on frivolities and extras. For this reason, many folks have opted to put large-scale projects, such as kitchen and bathroom remodels, on the back burner for the time being. But, they haven’t completely stopped updating their homes. Homeowners are still forging ahead with improvements, […]

Thousands of dollars awarded to help Oak Park’s graduating seniors

Community groups recognized Oak Park High School seniors last week for achievements in academics, athletics, the arts, service and leadership. Scholarships were presented by the National Charity League, a nonprofit organization of mothers and daughters; Westlake Women’s Club; Oak Park Baha’i, and Prudential Realty. The Agoura Youth Basketball Association’s scholarship was awarded in memory of Cody Badalato, an Oak Park […]

Act of kindness leaves Oak Park principal all wet

Big Blue wrecks competition

CEJE students confirmed

The Center for Early Jewish Education in Thousand Oaks recently celebrated the confirmation of its students at The Renaissance Hotel, Agoura Hills. Daniel Ceco, David Goldberg, Jordan Hannel, Marissa Klein, Stacie Lindenbaum, Abigail Merrin and Daniel Schlesinger, under the guidance of their teacher Jodi Spindel, led the congregation in a Havdalah service, and affirmed their commitment to Judaism before their […]

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