2010-03-18 E-Edition

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High School Highlights

Agoura Chargers Fri., March 19: Spring pep rally/ 10 a.m. Powder puff/6 p.m. Sat., March 20: Garage sale drop-off/10 a.m. VICE dance/G building/8 p.m. Mon., March 22: Course selection workshop/G building Tues., March 23: Course selection workshop/G building Wed., March 24: Late start day College admissions workshop for 10th- and 11th-grade students and parents/8 a.m. Parent drop-in/library/3 p.m. Thurs., March […]

Kick for cure

Chris Stevenson of Stevenson Fitness in Oak Park will lead a kickboxing class “Kicking for the Cure” to raise money for the Pink Warriors, who are walking in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, from 10 to 11 a.m. Sun., March 21 at Sumac Elementary School, 6050 Calmfield Ave., Agoura Hills. Persons over age 18 are welcome for a minimum […]

Learn about past lives, dreams

Eckankar will host a free spiritual workshop titled “Past Lives, Dreams and Soul Travel: Keys to Spiritual Truth” at 11 a.m. Sat., March 20 at the Calabasas Library, 200 Civic Centre Way. The program is based on the book by Harold Klemp, spiritual leader of Eckankar, and will help participants recall and resolve past life lessons, interpret their dreams with […]

Calabasas hosts visitors from Chinese sister city

The city of Calabasas welcomed a delegation from its sister city in Anqing, China on March 1. Anqing has been a sister city to Calabasas for almost 10 years, a partnership that has been enriched through reciprocal visits by students, residents and government officials. During the recent visit, the representatives from Anqing were especially interested in California water issues and […]

Children’s Bureau seeking adoptive families

Children’s Bureau is seeking families to consider adopting one of the 129,000 children in foster care The agency will have an information meeting for those interested in learning more from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Wed., March 31 at the Grant Brimhall/Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road. Children’s Bureau has finalized more than 1,000 adoptions for families across six counties […]

Students enter Odyssey tournament

On Feb. 27, 63 students from White Oak Elementary went to Pasadena to compete in the Odyssey of the Mind Tournament. The students and contestants from 30 other schools were judged for creativity, functionality and style.  One of the fifth-grade teams took first place in the division and has advanced to represent White Oak in the statewide tournament in Brentwood […]

Amgen seeks to honor people who inspire

It’s time to honor brave, compassionate souls who inspire others. Amgen is searching for people with a passion for helping those in need. “We are looking for Breakaway from Cancer Champion nominations of people who are cancer survivors, patients, caregivers or advocates who have inspired others and made a positive impact for those touched by cancer in the community,” Amgen […]

Plumb the depths of your pure potential

“The Law of Pure Potential ity could also be called the Law of Unity, because underlying the infinite diversity of life is the unity of one all-pervasive spirit. There is no separation between you and this field of energy.” — Deepak Chopra Pretend that you are dreaming, and in your dream you see a giant lake—we will call it “Lake […]

Youths compete in Arabian horse show

Three riders performed well at the recent 55th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show in Arizona. In the Arabian breed circles, the Scottsdale Show is the largest and this year more than 2,800 riders from all over the world competed. Two girls from A.E. Wright Middle School competed in the 13 and Under Division. Hannah Kulik and her purebred Arabian LBA […]