2014-10-23

2014-10-23 E-Edition

Calabasas, Westlake fall into autumn



FAMILY TIME—Above, Erin Parks from Los Feliz, also known as Whoopsie the Clown, treats Alexandra and Charlotte Smith of Westlake Village to a balloon ar t demonstration at the 12th annual Westlake Village City Celebration Oct. 18 at the Civic Center. Left, 6-year-old Dylan Doten of Calabasas picks out a pumpkin at the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival at De Anza Park […]

Letter



Every now and then, a candidate comes along who renews your faith in public service. Jay Lewitt is one of those rare individuals. His reputation in the community is solid. His service to the community as a sports coach, donor, businessman and his faith-based charity stand as solid endorsements of his character. To know Jay Lewitt is to like him […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A vandal caused $ 100 in damage to the hood of a vehicle parked on Chesebro Road Oct. 14. A burglar stole $14,300 worth of jewelry from a home on Pinecrest Road Oct. 12. A thief stole four packages containing clothing and other merchandise valued at about $250 from the front of a home on Buffwood Place Oct. […]

Grin and bear it

Volunteers at Goebel Center make stuffed animals to comfort children


Leaning over tables covered in mounds of white filling and colorful cloth, yarn and markers, volunteers at the Goebel Adult Community Center spend hours every week painstakingly creating one-of-a-kind toys and blankets that will be sent to underserved and sick children, young accident and natural disaster victims and orphans locally and around the world. “Someone in the (volunteer) group had […]

Club members are all heart



High School Hi Lights



Agoura Chargers Fri., Oct. 24: First quarter ends Homecoming Fall pep rally/gym/10 a.m. Sat., Oct. 25: Homecoming dance/7 to 10 p.m. Wed., Oct. 29: Blood drive/ gym/8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 30: Dancing with the Star Chargers/7 p.m. Theater arts mixer, tour/7 p.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., Oct. 24: First quarter ends New parent tours for 2015- 16/9 to […]

‘You Shook me all night long’



Halloween a reminder about childhood obesity




The statistics on childhood obesity point to disease and early death for too many children in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. In 2010, the Ventura County Health Care Agency conducted a survey that ranked cities in the two counties by the number of overweight and obese children living there. According to the report, the rate in Huntington Park in Los […]

Letter



Experience counts. LVMWD board incumbent Glen Petersen, who has held a seat on the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Board of Directors for decades and is past president of the Association of California Water Agencies, is considered one of the state’s leading water authorities. Incumbent Lee Renger is an accomplished engineer with a portfolio of patents. You may know […]


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