2014-07-17 E-Edition

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Boaters feel the Spirt

Need help with entertaining

Of Note Productions, a new nonprofit organization that brings Broadway cabaret performers into the community to entertain and teach, will present an introductory meeting for volunteers from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., Aug. 2 at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The organization is seeking volunteers for its Concert and Master Class on Oct. […]

Life coach, educator with tips for raising kids

I have heard many people exclaim, “ Why isn’t there a class for parents? We all have to take driver’s education to get a license, so why isn’t there some training for parenting?” The following are four common ways we learn how to parent. Childhood experience. Our first classroom experience in parenting comes from our childhood. Some of us had […]

California Wildlife Center to the rescue

On June 18 the California Wildlife Center received a call that a large raptor was being hand-fed at a golf course in Malibu. Somebody was able to give food to a wild raptor? What? Julie Gluck, CWC board treasurer and volunteer, collected the bird and brought it back to the center’s intensive care unit in Calabasas. What species was this […]

Pet of the week

Miracles to be explored at café

The Lifetree Café will present a free program titled “Miracles or Mere Coincidences? Does Everything Happen for a Reason?” at 7 p.m. Thurs., July 31 at 71 Loma Drive, Camarillo. The program will feature the filmed story of Robin Alm, a woman who believes a miracle occurred in her life. Lifetree Café is a place where people gather for conversation […]

Our Lady gets a facelift

Life in the Single Lane

Summertime fun Now that summer is here in full force, many of us have dragged out our swimsuits, dusted off the folding beach chairs and spruced up our walking, hiking, running, tennis, dancing and playing shoes so we can dive into this glorious season head-on. But for those of us who are single, it’s not quite as easy as discovering […]

Student car and business buffs compete nationally

Calabasas High School is proud of two student groups that have made their mark in various competitions. According to Josh Landerer, a jack-of-all-trades electives teacher at the school, the auto shop engine team and the Future Business Leaders of America club have qualified for national competitions this year after performing well in local contests. Engine team The engine team from […]