2010-12-02 E-Edition

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THURS., DEC. 2 Westfield Holiday Chamber Mixer 6 to 8 p.m. in Center Court near Neiman Marcus, Westfield Topanga Mall, 6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Canoga Park. Calabasas, Canoga Park-West Hills, Woodland Hills- Tarzana Chambers of Commerce. Sixth annual Rose Goldwater Community Service Award at 7:30 p.m. Web: www.westfield.com Time: 6:00 p.m. Date: 12/2/2010 Library Talk At Platt Branch Library, 23600 […]

Debutantes presented at annual charity ball

National Charity League Inc., San Fernando Valley Chapter, hosted its 45th annual Charity Ball “One Moment in Time” on Nov. 27 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Since 1966, the chapter has the tradition of honoring its most recent graduates for their years of service to the chapter and to the community. The debutantes of 2010 are Stephanie Kathleen Glassick of […]

Women’s club supports animal rescue organization

The Agoura Valley Women’s Club recently gave a check for $600 to Agoura Hills-based LIFE animal rescue, a nonprofit organization that rescues homeless dogs and cats and fosters them until permanent homes can be found. The funds were raised at a recent document shredding event at the Agoura Recreation Center parking lot. The cost of the shredding was $10 per […]

Water district customers asked to pay for high salaries and benefits

Mindful of the ongoing recession, both the federal and state governments are doing whatever they can to prevent new taxes. Along those lines, businesses in the private sector are hesitant to raise their prices for fear of what those higher costs might do to the cash-strapped customer. With the economy stagnating and growth at a standstill in the public and […]

Expect penalties if not enrolled in Medicare at 65

Many people consider April 15 the date to remember. We have to be on our toes at tax time because a late return could result in a penalty. As the first of the baby boomers turn 65 next year, Medicare will present them with new dates to remember and another set of penalties if they’re not on their toes. At […]

Oaks Christian, Agoura High share the spirit

Extra Help available for meeting drug costs

When you think of November, things such things as Veterans Day, turkey dinners, family gatherings or the start of the holiday shopping season immediately come to mind. But newly entitled and current Medicare beneficiaries considering changes to their Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plan might think of November as decision-making time for Medicare. That’s because the Medicare Part D Prescription […]

Kids invited to pajama storytime with Santa

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School will present Lights Out With Santa from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sun. Dec. 5 in the parish hall, One Church Road (off El Monte), Thousand Oaks. Children can come in their pajamas. Children of all ages are welcome to participate in the annual tradition. Santa will visit, answer questions and tell Christmas stories. Hot chocolate […]

Friends gather in honor of Shawn Rishko

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