2016-05-05 E-Edition

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Mom’s love for children unsurpassed

Being a mom means everything to Dylette Davis, a mother of two who also runs the Loving Home Hospice for Children in Agoura Hills. After raising her birth son, Lee, Davis began a new parenting journey when she adopted 10-month-old Jason. Now 5 years old, Jason is one of many children Davis has cared for as a foster parent, some […]

Westlake private school might lose lease

Supporters of 45- year- old Carden Conejo School implored the Conejo Valley board of education Tuesday to reconsider the possibility of ending the campus’s lease in 2017. During the May 3 board meeting, trustees were presented with alternative options to its longtime plan of constructing a new campus on Janss Road. The top option involved regaining control of the 8-acre […]

All that jazz


THURS., MAY 5 Marines, FMF Corpsmen 6 p.m. at Elks Lodge, 1561 Kuehner Drive, Simi Valley. Dinner for Ronald Reagan Marine Corps League Det. 597. Contact: Ken Honaker. Phone: 805. 416.4063. Email: JrViceMCL597@ gmail. Web: www.MCL597.org. Thousand Oaks Stamp Club 6:30 p.m. in Goebel Adult Community Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, T.O. Contact: Rick McHenry. Phone: 805. 405.4566. Conejo Valley […]

Sumac students up and running for good cause

Sumac L-STEM Elementary School students were up and running Friday morning for the Go for the GoALD Jog-athon, the school’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Nearly 400 students ran 10 to 15 minutes each at the April 29 event, the culmination of a month of Summer Olympics-themed assemblies that encouraged participation. Top earners had competed in a pool noodle javelin […]

Westlake OKs dog park

It’s been a long time coming,’ City Council member says

Westlake Village residents and their canine companions will soon have a place of their own to gather and play, with leashes optional. The City Council approved a plan last week to build a bark park on a 1.2-acre cityowned vacant parcel at the southwest corner of Oak Crest Drive and Agoura Road. City officials established the goal in 2014 to […]

Phase two of Las Virgenes Creek restoration begins

Club for woodworkers

The Conejo Valley Woodworkers Association is a nonprofit club established over 18 years ago. Made up of woodworking enthusiasts, the club has about 150 members who meet at 7 p.m. the first Thursday of the month at the Redwood School in Thousand Oaks. CVWA is open to all, from beginners to experienced craftsmen, including kids. For anyone interested in woodworking, […]

Vincent Van Gogh de-mystified

The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks speaker series will present “Vincent Van Gogh: The Man and the Myth” at 7 p.m. Wed., May 11 in the Hillcrest Center for the Arts community room, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive. The speaker is Devi Ormond, an associate conservator of paintings at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Her presentation will discuss Van Gogh’s […]