2010-03-11

2010-03-11 E-Edition

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Health fair for women slated

First 100 to register receive free services

The Conejo Free Clinic, in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, will host the eighth annual free Women’s Health Fair for underinsured and uninsured women from 9 a.m. to noon Sat., April 17 at Kaiser Permanente in Thousand Oaks, 365 E. Hillcrest Drive. The first 100 women to register will receive such free services as breast cancer education, clinical breast exam, mammograms and […]

Children’s concert



The Conejo Valley Children’s Concert Series will present Roger Day in concert at 11 a.m. tomorrow, March 12 at the Scherr Forum Theater, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. The program is for children ages 2-1/2 to 7 years old and their parents or guardians. Roger Day writes and performs interactive music that encourages children to sing […]

Emergency survival guide available



The Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management has prepared a comprehensive guide to emergency preparedness intended to help county residents better prepare for possible disasters. The Emergency Survival Guide has 100 color pages of tips and information for residents to prepare for fires, floods, earthquakes, pandemic flu, terrorism, extreme weather and tsunamis.  There is space to record household emergency […]

Cub Scouts hungry to help



Teacher wins Bravo Award for incorporating arts into lessons



Carole Firestone, a sixth-grade language arts and social studies teacher at Lindero Canyon Middle School in Agoura Hills, won the Bravo Award for integrating the arts into the curriculum. The Camarillo resident was one of two teachers in the Las Virgenes Unified School District chosen as a finalist for the award, which is given out by the Music Center, Performing […]

City gears up for 24-hour cancer walk



Purim princess



Register for emergency alert



With the ongoing threat of rainstorms, Los Angeles County officials urge residents and businesses to sign up for emergency alerts by registering their cellphone numbers and e-mail addresses on the website Alert.lacounty.gov. The county’s emergency mass notification system, Alert L.A. County, has the capability to use phone, text and e-mail messages to alert residents and businesses when there is an […]


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