Muslim human rights activist to speak in T.O.

The Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated will feature Nonie Darwish, an ex-Muslim human rights activist and critic of Islam, at its meeting Fri., June 21 at Los Robles Greens, 299 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Registration and social connections begin at 11 a.m.; the luncheon will be at noon. The program will start at 12:30 p.m. Darwish is the founder […]

Local hospitals say proposed Assembly Bill isflawed

Local nonprofit hospitals have taken a stance against a proposed bill that aims to standardize the definition of charity care and community benefits in California. According to the California Nurses Association (CNA), which is sponsoring the proposed legislation, the goal of Assembly Bill 975 is to hold nonprofit hospitals accountable for providing charity care in their communities in exchange for […]

Students go buggy at Lindero

Lindero Canyon Middle School will host an Insect Museum Night from 7 to 8 p.m. Wed., June 5 in the multipurpose room at 5844 Larboard Lane, Agoura Hills. The event will feature more than 100 exhibits and models designed and built by sixth grade students in their science classes. In addition to the museum exhibits by approximately 284 students, the […]

Lounge Night is the place to be

Deplores AHS graffti incident

First, I would like to state that Larry Misel has and is doing precisely what he has been expected to do, if not more, as Agoura High’s principal. Regarding the recent AHS graffiti incident, let’s leave the principal out of the loop and look at what has occurred. Twelve years ago my Realtor and I handpicked this city for many […]

Viewpoint thanks the community

Bay Laurel looks back

SPECIAL DAY—Friends of Bay Laurel Elementary School in Calabasas gather to celebrate the school’s 20-year anniversary. Special guests included former Bay Laurel principals, original teachers and staff, LVUSD Superintendent Dan Stepenosky, Calabasas Mayor Fred Gaines and Councilmembers David Shapiro and Lucy Martin. A time capsule buried 20 years ago was opened, revealing fascinating treasures from the school’s early days.

Teachers, principals and other key LVUSD employees share memories at retirement

More than three dozen teachers, principals and other employees, who have 850 years of service among them, retired this month from Las Virgenes Unified School District. The May 14 retirement gala at the district office in Calabasas highlighted the learning curves, accomplishments and many moments of joy the 38 employees experienced over the years. Favorite songs and memories were presented […]

Volunteers help senior citizens

On the first morning of June, local church members will visit 250 mobile home units at the Rancho Adolfo Estates in Camarillo to serve the senior citizens who live in the neighborhood. The parishioners will repair trailers, landscape gardens and change batteries in smoke detectors, projects too physically taxing for some senior citizens to tackle. The daylong effort will be […]

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