2000-08-03

MAC member Anterasian makes a difference



Ventura County Supervisor Frank Schillo presented a commendation to Oak Park Municipal Advisory Councilmember (MAC) Dr. George Anterasian at last Tuesday’s MAC meeting, upon the conclusion of nine years’ service by Dr. Anterasian. Two highlights of the meeting resulted directly from Anterasian’s efforts. American Medical Response reported 100 percent compliance in ambulance service for the months of May and June. […]

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Movie magic comes to Paramount

Acorn Staff Writer
Who needs Universal Studios when you can learn about the history and special effects of the movies right here in Agoura at Paramount Ranch during a semi-weekly Saturday morning program offered by the National Park Service?


Acorn Staff Writer Who needs Universal Studios when you can learn about the history and special effects of the movies right here in Agoura at Paramount Ranch during a semi-weekly Saturday morning program offered by the National Park Service? Last Saturday, the program "From Set to Screen" attracted about 40 people, ranging from children to senior citizens, all of whom […]

Program offers tips to reduce driving stress



Los Angeles Pierce College Extension is offering a seminar to help participants overcome the fear of driving on freeways, canyons, night driving, heavy traffic or other driving problems. The seminar will explore how to reduce driving stress and driver "rage" through lecture, discussion, relaxation exercises and a video presentation. The seminar will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., Aug. […]

Are you disconnected from God?

Special to The Acorn
My telephone had been disconnected!


Special to The Acorn My telephone had been disconnected! I’d lost my main source of communication and I couldn’t find any logical reason for it. True, I was a month late in payment because I’d been ill and neglected to make one payment. But that shouldn’t create this problem since I brought the account up to date the following month, […]

By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Have the boys finally tuckered out after all these years?



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Have the boys finally tuckered out after all these years? Hardly. The Marshall Tucker Band, one of the signature groups from the 70s Southern Rock era, will bring their hard-driving, country blues style to Agoura Hills this Sunday as part of the city’s summer Concert in the Park series. Doug Gray, whose rich baritone […]

What would Pavley say?



As a resident of Agoura Hills, I would like to know where Fran Pavley, who is a candidate for the 41st Assembly District, stands on the proposed Big Box Home Depot/Target development. When she was on our city council, she fought hard to keep this type of urban sprawl out of our city. The vision for our city has never […]

Don’t You Dare Delay Taking a Look At This Darling 1 Story Home



By John Phane Editor, Thousand Oaks Acorn



By John Phane Editor, Thousand Oaks Acorn Conejo Valley Senior Concerns officially launched a $1.5 million fundraising campaign earlier this summer to pay for the expansion of its Thousand Oaks Fitzgerald Senior Day Support Center. The expansion will double the size and services of the Fitzgerald Center, which currently provides daily support for frail and special needs seniors. Although the […]

Use back to school shopping as an opportunity to complete some planning for the year



By Laurie McNelles, Ph.D. Education Specialist Preparing your children for a return to school means more than frequent shopping excursions. It’s interesting that children often equate school supplies with educational success, as if having the right equipment will contribute to the end-of-year results. Many students plead the case that if they only had the right binder, backpack or calculator, their […]


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