Ice cream social planned

The annual Ice Cream Social of the Conejo Valley Haverim Unit of B’nai B’rith will be held 7 p.m. Mon., Aug. 21 at Temple Adat Elohim, 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Pianist/vocalist Paul Chipello will provide entertainment. Chipello has been the arranger for many big-name bands and has performed in the White House. This event is open to the […]


Still summer, time to involve the kids

Special to the Acorn
While the summer is still here and the kids are around to help out, why not put them to work? Why not empower them to get involved and help you get a few things done around the house?

Still summer, time to involve the kids By Kelly Joy Hasselkus Special to the Acorn While the summer is still here and the kids are around to help out, why not put them to work Special to the Acorn While the summer is still here and the kids are around to help out, why not put them to work? Why […]

Calabasas fall brochure ready

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department will mail its Fall 2000 "Recreation Programs and Community Events" schedule on Mon., Aug. 25 to all residents with a city of Calabasas zip code. Activities offered include classes for tots, youth, teens and families in sports, dance and acting. Classes begin the week of Sept. 25. For more information or to obtain […]

Oaks Christian begins student counseling

Acorn Staff Writer

Avideh Yamotahari, a 14-year-old resident of Oak Park, will begin ninth grade this year at Oaks Christian High School (OCHS), one of 150 students who will attend the new school in Westlake Village. Recently, Avideh and her mother, Simin Yamotahari, met with Robin Doran, director of college counseling at the school, to discuss Avideh’s course selections for the next four […]

Services planned

Pastor Rob Calderhead will give the message at the 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services on Sun., Aug. 20 at the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village. Special music will be performed by Barbara Malvin at the 8 a.m. service, and by Susan and Sean Burns at 9 and 10:30 a.m. The 8 a.m. "Lite" service meets in Alton […]

Challengers file in

Oak Park A third challenger filed papers in Ventura County to run for the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC). Deena Rae Parry, a 39-year-old businesswoman, will seek one of two open seats on the board this November. Parry joins Marv Walters, a 59-year-old businessman, and Ronold Rishe, a 46-year-old community activist, as challengers in the race. Incumbent Todd Haines, […]

Lights, Camera, Puppets

Fall Parks and Rec brochure to be mailed soon

The city of Agoura Hills’ "Fall 2000 Parks and Recreation Brochure" will be mailed to residents within the Agoura Hills city limits shortly. Mail-in/fax-in registration is Sept. 5-8; walk-in/phone-in registration begins Sept. 11. The Department of Community Services is offering a wide variety of fall recreation programs, activities and special events for tots through seniors. Brochures also may be picked […]

Cal Luthern selects new dean

Dr. Michael Brint has been named dean of Arts and Sciences at California Lutheran University. Brint has been the director of the integrated program in humane studies and associate professor of humane studies at Kenyon College in Gamier, Ohio, since 1992. A 1976 graduate of the University of California at Santa Cruz, Brint received his doctorate in social studies and […]

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