July 2011 Entries
High School Student Provides Free Computer Training to University Village Residents
THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. — Kyle Gronich, a 17-year-old incoming senior at Oak Park High School in Oak Park, Calif., knows how to make his summer count. Gronich, a top student at Oak Park who also serves as president of the school's robotics club and plays on the soccer and track teams, is sharing his computer knowledge this summer with the seniors at University Village in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Through a series of free, half-hour private lessons, the residents are learning the ins and outs of email, the Internet, Microsoft Word...
- By Peggy Perry -
"Money talks," and the Budget and Finance Committee exists to talk about money as it relates to residence at University Village. There is no precedent at our sister communities for a Budget and Finance Committee to represent the residents in understanding the rather complicated financial operation of UVTO. Resident Leo Levy conceived the idea and, with the owners' approval, brought it to fruition in early 2009. Now one of the eight permanent committees of the UVTO Resident Council, it has ten members serving three year terms, currently led by Chair Bill Schwartz. Members include CPAs, bankers,...
Starts Monday, August 1, 2011
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This system is a unique combination of alternating chair-based stretching and patented bungee resistance exercises designed to provide exercise benefits related to osteoporosis, arthritis, cardiovascular health, depression, sleep and cognitive (memory-related) disorders.
The program is performed in a group circuit training format consisting of 11 different stretching and 9 bungee resistance exercises that work all the major muscle groups....