Likes Agoura Village plan

My wife and I have attended meetings regarding Agoura Village since we first heard about it before the recession halted the process. In fact, there was unprecedented community involvement and support of adopting the Agoura Village plan back in 2008. The beauty of the plan is that it requires all the developers within Agoura Village to follow stringent guidelines. All […]

Fabric art display in Westlake

The nonprofit Arts Council of the Conejo Valley is hosting a fabric art show at the UBS Financial Services office at 3011 Townsgate Road, Ste. 300, Westlake Village. The show will close Tues., Feb. 28. The featured artists are Loris Bogue, Paula Chung, Mimi Lieberman, Michael Rhode and Carolyn Ryan. There is no charge to view the exhibit and parking […]

Pet of the week

IN A PINCH—Chester is a male brown and white Miniature Pinscher about 7 years old. He is very mellow and gets along with everybody. To adopt Chester, ask for ID No. A4944328 at the Agoura Hills Animal Shelter, 29525 Agoura Road. Pets may have already been adopted, so check http://animalcare.lacounty.gov before visiting the shelter.

Support much appreciated

We wanted to thank the entire community that has supported us with help, kindness and prayers after our house in Agoura Hills started flooding three weeks ago. We have been overwhelmed by the support shown to us and feel humbled, blessed and grateful. We cannot name all those who have helped for fear of missing some. Special thanks to Aaron […]

Biggest benefit of the year supports LVUSD performing arts program

Tickets are still available for the fourth annual “We Are the Future” concert to support performing arts programs at Agoura and Calabasas high schools. The concert is tomorrow at 7 p.m. Fri., Feb. 17 at Calabasas High School’s performing arts education center. The show will feature about 150 middle and high school students who will sing, dance, play in bands […]

Easing the sorrow of a tough goodbye

Just as we owe our pets a good life, we owe them a good death as well. Life is full of all kinds of greetings and farewells and inevitabilities that we can’t outrun. For many of us, losing a pet can be as difficult to discuss as the loss of a parent, child or spouse. There is no easy way […]

Thanks for the assistance

Today was a very good day! I delivered several dresses, suits and accessories to the Assistance League Conejo Valley for foster teenagers to wear to their high school prom. These donations will make it possible for many students to attend this very special event. The Rotary Club of Westlake Village as well as kindly residents in our community provided these […]

A rush to volunteer

The Dole Great Race of Agoura Hills isn’t until April 1, but organizers are looking for volunteers who can be assigned to various jobs now. According to race organizer Jodi Regan, it takes about 500 teen and adult volunteers to pull off the Dole Great Race, a multifaceted event that has become a must for runners throughout California and beyond, […]

Are you experienced?

Easton Baseball facility is now open to the public

It’s a ballplayer’s paradise inside Easton Baseball’s headquarters in Thousand Oaks. Easton, one of the country’s leading bat makers for baseball and softball, moved into the area from Van Nuys in September. Its high-tech hitting facility, dubbed the Hit Lab, is a hidden gem. Bryan Kaye, Easton’s sales rep for Southern California, said the Hit Lab is open to the […]

Interfaith community speaks out

As clergy and lay leaders representing a wide variety of faith traditions in Ventura County, we recognize our shared call to love our neighbor, welcome the stranger and offer all necessary support to those in need. We’re also united in our unequivocal condemnation of all forms of terrorism as well as the scapegoating of Muslims in these times of anxiety […]

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