2012-06-14

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FOR THE RECORD



Last week’s issue incorrectly identified Oak Park High School graduates Victoria Derriks, Brittany Stalzer, Moe Scott, Ethan Levin and Bryce Arenson as Oaks Christian grads. We apologize for the error. It was also stated that Adrianna Moore was president of the student council and captain of the volleyball team at Oaks Christian. She was not.

Eubanks family gives Western Art to CLU



Former game show host Bob Eubanks and his family have donated more than $100,000 in Western art to California Lutheran University. The pieces will be displayed in the Western Salon, which will also include works from the Reagan Library collection, from June 16 through Sept. 15 in CLU’s William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art on the Thousand Oaks campus. The […]

Fete fit for a queen



The Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, British American Business Council Los Angeles and Dame Barbara Hay, the British consul general, along with presenting sponsor Virgin-Atlantic, hosted a gathering on Sun., June 10 at the Westlake hotel in honor of the 60th anniversary celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne. Guests were greeted by a beefeater guard after passing […]

An Active June for Chamber



The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce will sponsor several important events in June. For information, call Bridget Karl at (818) 222-5680 or email bkarl@calabasaschamber.com.•Calabasas Wine and Food Festival kick-off VIP party at 6 p.m. Fri., June 15 at Mercedes Benz of Calabasas, 24181 Calabasas Road.• Calabasas Chamber of Commerce Mayor’s Luncheon honoring Mayor Mary Sue Maurer from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A vandal caused $ 350 in damage to a vehicle parked in the 5700 block of Lake Lindero Drive June 1. Someone stole a $6 energy drink from a health food store in the 5700 block of Kanan Road May 25. A burglar stole $4,000 worth of jewelry, two computers valued at $900 and a $50 camera from […]

Slamming for Summer



Old trail dog passes the torch to young pup




This saga began with crying jags. I was up to about three a day as I observed the steady decline of my formerly athletic, exuberant friend Gem, a dog in her early teens. One recent Saturday as she and I tottered past the home of rural Agoura resident Jackie Julien, Jackie waved a greeting from her window. Beside her popped […]

Youth is served at AHS

Eagles’ young guns too much for Chargers in community football clash


Oak Park vs. Agoura alumni game Eagles 27, Chargers 6 For most of Dave McLaughlin’s life, football was everything. McLaughlin was a star quarterback for Agoura High in the early ’80s and an assistant coach for many years, including a stint as the Chargers’ offensive coordinator from 1988 to 1994. But with age comes change. These days McLaughlin, 49, runs […]

LVMWD manager Mundy to retire



John R. Mundy, general manager of Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, announced he will retire in late December. Mundy, who will be 60 in October, has been at LVMWD for 16 years and was appointed general manager of the water district in 2003. Prior to joining Las Virgenes, he worked at water utilities for the cities of Santa Monica and […]


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