Ready, set, head for the hills

Great Race is Saturday, runners come from afar

The Dole Great Race of Agoura slated for Sat., March 22 is promising its biggest international field ever. Thousands of runners will descend upon Agoura Hills this weekend to participate in the 29th annual race. A portion of the funds raised from registration fees will support local schools in Agoura Hill and Oak Park. According to Justin Simon, an organizer […]

Service inspires volunteer to travel the world

“Inspiring Change” was the theme for International Women’s Day on March 8 this year. How appropriate then, that we are celebrating 25 years of women in Rotary. In 1987, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that women could not be excluded from organizations such as Rotary. Although many men were still reluctant to allow them entry, women slowly began to join. […]

On the Trail

Lessons from the seafaring tiger After watching director Ang Lee’s visually stunning screen version of “Life of Pi” for the nth time, I still find it hard to accept that the Bengal tiger named Richard Parker is only a computer-generated phantom. The tiger is portrayed so realistically that I cower each time the big cat takes a menacing swipe at […]

Students learn about colonial life

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