2013-05-02 E-Edition

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Good Samaritan delivers

Thank you to two unknown Westlake Canyon Oaks residents. One day a little while ago, we left two letters clipped to our mailbox for pick up by the mail carrier. However, the wind must have blown them away. One was a get-well card to a relative in England. The other was a birthday card to an 82-year-old friend, also in […]

On the Trail

The Bibliophile’s Trail Sometimes even an old canyon crawler like me craves concrete for a change . . . fewer foxtails caught in my socks, no poison oak rashes, no ticks to dodge. Pounding the pavement one breezy afternoon in Agoura Hills produced one of the finest fresh-air footpath junkets I could’ve wished for. I’ve dubbed this library-tolibrary route via […]

GOP women to meet

The Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated will discuss “Health Care in Chains: The Truth About What’s Plaguing American Medicine” at a luncheon meeting on Fri., May 17 at Los Robles Greens, 299 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Registration and social connections begin at 11 a.m. followed by the program at 11:30 a.m. and buffet luncheon with dessert at 12:30 p.m. […]

DMV can do email reminder

Customers of the California Department of Motor Vehicles can now receive email reminders to renew their vehicle registrations. The new online program launched in October 2012 already has 122,886 customers enrolled. Customers who sign up will get an email reminder 30 days from their vehicle(s) registration’s expiration date and another email seven days prior to expiration. Due to statutory restrictions, […]

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Agoura ChargersFri., May 3: ASB commissionerinterviews/K4/3 to 5pmDance showcase/performingarts education center/7 p.m.Sat., May 4: Dance showcase/performing arts education center/ 7 p.m.Mon., May 6: Makeup seniormeeting/A1/7:50 a.m.Calendaring meeting/A1/3 p.m.Music boosters/J3/7 p.m.Tues., May 7: Activities andathletic center meeting/facultydining room/10:45 a.m.Charger Club/A1/7 p.m.Wed., May 8: TAB meeting/faculty dining room/7 p.m.Thurs., May 9: Council executive board meeting with principal/A2/3 p.m. Calabasas CoyotesFri., May 3: […]

Disappointed over Prop. 30

I read the April 25 article regarding Prop. 30 with Gov. Brown’s “local control funding formula” and Assemblymember Richard Bloom’s comments about the issue. As a supporter of it, and them, I couldn’t be more disappointed. I’m sure those who didn’t will be saying “We told you so,” but that is not productive. Gov. Brown: The “yes” vote on Prop. […]

Agoura Hills woman produces children’s song for military charity

Nancy Levy of Agoura Hills has found a creative way to help her country. A preschool music teacher at Temple Adat Elohim in Thousand Oaks, Levy wrote and recorded the song “Carry My Love” to benefit Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit group that sends care packages to members of the U.S. military and their children, veterans groups and other organizations related […]

Social workout

GIRLS AND GROWLS—Above, Joy Howe, the instructor of CardioKidz, teaches Elli Ross, 2, of Oak Park, the lion pose in a kids’ yoga class at Total Body Fitness Gym on Sat., April 27. Right, Jessica Jacoby of Oak Park, and left, Katie Pepperman of Woodland Hills, do TRX strength training. The gym hosted an interactive health andfitness fair, offering sample […]