2010-08-05 E-Edition

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Fundraiser to benefit Conejo Valley Cares

The first major fundraiser for Conejo Valley Cares, a local nonprofit aid organization which helps residents in need with housing, transportation and food, will be at 6:30 p.m. Sat., Aug. 7 at the Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. The first event in the Community Unity Concert Series, “Conejo Country Nights in Anderson Hall,” will feature […]

Club seeks new members

Celebrating 42 years of service in the Conejo Valley, the Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club will host its annual membership drive at 7 p.m. Tues., Aug. 17. The new member social is an opportunity to meet current members and get information on club. Membership is open to all women. The Juniors is a fundraising and service organization with a social […]

YMCA rebrands with new name

For years, corporations have embraced shortened names given them by the public. AT&T, GE and BofA are just a few that are better known by their initials than their proper names. The Young Men’s Christian Association is another. Commonly known as the YMCA, the organization announced July 12 it will further simplify its name to The Y. It is, after […]

Nice job, Agoura

I would like to commend the Agoura Parks and Rec and Azteca Landscape for their great work at Reyes Adobe Park. The lawn is looking green and healthy and the application of new wood chips around the trees has really brightens up the park. We must all help in maintaining the beauty of our parks by picking up after our […]

Long time Sumac health clerk, library aide retires, but memories will stay

Kathleen Jorgensen has retired from Sumac Elementary School in Agoura Hills, ending a 25-year career as a health clerk and library aide. Jorgensen is among 27 employees who announced their retirement from the Las Virgenes Unified School District. Jorgensen, a Camarillo resident, has worked for the district for 30 years. She started her career as a yard duty supervisor at […]

Great White to perform

Summer concerts in a groove

Shame on students

I am writing in response to Debra Herschman of Oak Park who wrote a letter last week admonishing residents for not being good neighbors. Specifically she mentions parking problems associated with students. I live near Calabasas High School and for many years our neighborhood was plagued by students urinating in our gardens, blaring car radios early in the morning, smoking […]

LVUSD says goodbye to retirees

Nearly 30 employees are retiring from the Las Virgenes School district this year. They are: Agoura High School Teachers Paul Kanter (37 years) Michael Ramirez (36 years) Janet Mactagune (25 years) Linda Gershon (17 years) Classified employees Jean Simpson (30 years) Shirley Landry (30 years) Jane Calcante (24 years) Calabasas High School Teacher John Reich (38 years) A.E. Wright Middle […]