2011-09-22

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Calabasas seniors working with city to launch innovative programs




Calabasas seniors are eager to acquire new skills, stay engaged in the community and share their talents with others, say three women who spoke at a recent Parks, Recreation and Education Commission meeting. On Sept. 1, the city hosted a Savvy Seniors Kickoff Rally at Calabasas Library Founder’s Hall. About 60 people attended to contribute ideas about various activities and […]

Westlake Village Rotary Club names new o’cers



The Rotary Club of Westlake Village has named the officers and directors for the 2011-12 Rotary year. Club officers are Gloria Rocca, president; Edwin Velarde, president elect and international service director; Ed Pope, immediate past president; Elaine Marchessault, secretary; and Nadine Larson, treasurer. Avenue of Service chairs are Steve Ricklin, New Generations (youth service); Grant Wilkins, community service; Bob Phillips, […]

Honor roll

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Freshman Adam James Russak of Agoura Hills was named to the 2011 spring semester dean’s list at the University of Rochester in NewYork. Adam is the son of Steven and Edina Russak and a graduate of Agoura High.

Other local football matchups



Paraclete (2-1) at Oak Park (0-3) Outlook: The Eagles continue to search for their first win of the young season. Following a pair of poor offensive performances to start the year, Oak Park’s offense came to life during last weekend’s 51-34 loss at home to Chino. In the defeat, OPHS sophomore quarterback Nick Koshofer completed 14-of-29 passes for 239 yards […]

Fewer coyotes lead to more rabbits



Regarding your article concerning coyotes, I am glad the City of Calabasas does not kill or trap them any more. We could use more of them in my neighborhood. I have not seen any for years. The result is rabbits, a lot of them. Useless to try to grow any kind of vegetable, low-growing fruit or even flowers. And they […]

Young helicopter pilot ready to navigate the big blue sky




Adam Gabay is flying high. The 17-year-old Calabasas High School student recently earned his helicopter pilot’s license, a dream he’s had since he took his first flying lesson five years ago. Adam’s love of flying was passed on to him by his father, Lav Gabay, who has been flying his own yellow R44 helicopter for six years and is now […]

Reyes Adobe office units to be sold



The Ridge office condominiums at Reyes Adobe and Agoura roads in Agoura Hills will be put up for sale starting Oct. 6. The spaces run from 1,000 to 10,000 square feet and are priced in the low $400,000 to $4.5 million range, according to Daum Commercial Brokerage, the sales agent. The project comprises two buildings with a total of 40 […]

Screenings for artery disease



West Coast Vascular will conduct free screenings for peripheral arterial disease (PAD) on Sat., Sept. 24 at various locations in Ventura County. West Coast Vascular has offi ces at 100 N. Brent St., Suite 201, Ventura; 2486 Ponderosa Drive North, Suite D205, Camarillo; and 2166 N. Moorpark Road, Suite 101, Thousand Oaks. PAD is a common and potentially life-threatening disease […]


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