Training for a three-day walk to fight cancer LISA ADAMS/The Acorn PUTTING THEIR BEST FEET FORWARD – Agoura Hills resident and event coordinator Helene Wasserman, front, gathers with participants at 6:30 a.m. behind Starbucks Coffee on Kanan Road every Saturday and Sunday morning to train for a three-day walk they’ll be undertaking on Oct. 27, 28 and 29. The Avon […]
Concert brings smiles LISA ADAMS/The Acorn HAVING A BALL WITH BALLOONS–Jessica Lieberman and her friend Lindsay Goldman, both 7 year olds, enjoy activities during last weekend’s Agoura Hills Concert in the Park series at Chumash Park. Jack Sheldon, a former band leader for "The Merv Griffin Show," performed with the Agoura Hills-Las Virgenes Community Concert Band, led by Matt McKagan.
CLU faculty promotions announced The Board of Regents of California Lutheran University (CLU) has approved the following promotions in rank and tenure for faculty, effective in August:
CLU faculty promotions announced The Board of Regents of California Lutheran University (CLU) has approved the following promotions in rank and tenure for faculty, effective in August: Promoted to the rank of associate professor and granted tenure is Reinhard Teichmann, Ph.D., of Westlake Village. Teichmann, with the CLU Spanish department, received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto and […]
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Ventura County will host a special orientation from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. on Mon., Aug. 14 for those wishing to volunteer as Big Brothers or Big Sisters. The program matches children from single-parent families with mature, responsible adult volunteers from the community. Orientation is at Interface Children, Family Services of Ventura County, 1305 Del Norte Road, […]
Councilman’s record indicates he changes colors like a chameleon What does (Westlake Village City) Councilman Mann’s word and action stand for?
Councilman’s record indicates he changes colors like a chameleon What does (Westlake Village City) Councilman Mann’s word and action stand for? I’m an owner and neighbor of C. Mann, a renter, on Waterside Lane, and a signer of an almost unanimous petition of neighbors abutting The Landing parking lot opposing the Sunday Farmer’s Market recently approved by the city council. […]
This fabulous 3 bedroom, 3 bath custom home has about 2,257 sq.ft. of living space on a lot of about 5,400 sq.ft. The living room and formal dining room have white oak tongue-and-groove plank flooring, and there are volume ceilings in the family room which has a marble fireplace. There are patios off of the dining room and family room. […]
The Westlake Village City Council’s Public Safety Committee met recently to discuss a solution to repeated violations of "no trespassing" signs posted at a subterranean equestrian water storage facility near Glenbridge Circle. The committee is comprised of councilmembers Betty de Santis and Kris Carraway-Bowman. Several representatives attended the committee meeting from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, including Lt. Gregg […]
AHS student visits Cornell Stephanie Houseal, a student at Agoura High School, is attending the Cornell University Summer College program in Ithaca, N.Y. She’s among 600 outstanding high school juniors and seniors selected to spend six weeks on the Cornell campus taking courses for college credit and exploring their career options in seminars designed especially for them. Houseal was admitted […]
Learning to make the right choices LISA ADAMS/The Acorn VISITING VEGGIETOWN – Sunday school teacher Kathrine Smith holds up a ‘‘Veggietown’’ poster to her pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students at Agoura Bible Fellowship, 5564 Foothill Drive in Agoura Hills. The cute tomato is Agoura Hills resident Will Davis, 11, and the cool cucumber is Thousand Oaks resident Travis Moller, 11. The […]