2011-06-09 E-Edition

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Reality party demonstrates pitfalls of drunkenness

A mangled car that was destroyed in a drunk driving collision sat on the lawn of Oak Park High School for a week amid 1,000 death masks planted around the campus as reminders that drinking alcohol while driving is often a fatal decision for teens and young adults. In addition to the graphic scenes on campus, students watched “Life is […]


THURS., JUNE 9 Moorpark Morning Rotary Club 7 to 8 a.m. at Grinder restaurant, corner of Los Angeles and Moorpark avenues, Moorpark. No-host breakfast. Guest speakers. Phone: 805.300.2731 Cont act: Lilly Canterbury Email: lillian. c. canterbury@wellsfargo.com Web: www.moorparkmorningrotary.org Time: 7:00 a.m. Date: 6/9/2011 Woodland Hills Republican Women’s Federated 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Woodland Hills Country Club, 21550 Demetz […]

Westlake Women’s Club awards scholarships

Karen Bradley, chairman of the Westlake Women’s Club Scholarship Committee, recently announced the winners of the club’s 2011 scholarship awards. The scholarships have been presented annually for more than 20 years. In 2011 more than $16,000 would be allocated to outstanding graduating seniors from Conejo area high schools who will be attending college. Winners receiving scholarships in the amount of […]

Acupuncturist points onward

Dr. Kyung H. Lee, a licensed acupuncturist and Diplomat of Oriental Medicine, recently opened his second acupuncture practice, Acupuncture One Center, at 5655 Lindero Canyon Road, Suite 506, Westlake Village. “I wanted to bring my acupuncture practice specifically to Ventura County,” said Lee, who also runs a successful, busy clinic in Apple Valley. Lee and his wife Grace, a natural […]

Like, get over it

Regarding Alyson Kessler’s disdain for the over usage of “like,” she should look back at the overuse of certain words in the past. I bet, judging from the age of her children, that in her time the most used expression was “Y’know,” followed by “An’ I’m all” and thrown in with “an’ I’m like an’ s/he was like-you know.” And […]

Flash mob livens up The Oaks mall

Planned dance promotes ‘The Sound of Music’

A phenomenon known as “flash mobs” is the latest craze on YouTube. You’ve undoubtedly seen them. A public place such as a mall or a train station becomes a stage for a “spontaneous” act or an impromptu performance. Although the first flash mobs occurred around 2003 and involved mass practical joke such as pillow fights or subway parties, the more […]

Pet of the Week

Summer volleyball camps starts

Registration is underway for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo and Las Virgenes Summer Volleyball Camps for children ages 9 and up. Sessions will be from 9 a.m. to noon Mon. through Fri., June 20 to 24; June 27 to July 1, or July 18 to 22 at Colina Middle School Gym, 1500 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Participants […]