2000-11-02

Keys to a cutaway car



HELPING AHS–Sales manager Mitch Bohn, right, from Saturn of Thousand Oaks presents car keys to a Saturn showroom cutaway to Agoura High School’s auto shop teacher John Anderson, left. The donated Saturn will be used by the school’s auto shop classes to study maintenance and repair. The delivery was made by driver Russ Andersen, left, of Sierra Towing and Transport. […]

Organization seeks knitters to donate time and talent



The organization Stitches from the Heart is seeking volunteers to knit or crochet hats, booties and blankets for premature babies and babies in need. These items are then donated to hospitals all over the country. Patterns are available. For more information, please call Kathy Silverton, president and founder of the organization, at (310) 472-6903.

Seniors can get free flu shots



Seniors can get free flu shots Volunteer nurses from the American Red Cross of Greater L.A. will administer free flu vaccines to senior citizens from 9:30 a.m. to noon, Mon., Nov. 13 at First Neighborhood Community Center, 31830 Village Center Road, Westlake Village. Seniors are reminded to get a flu shot to protect themselves. The A-Panama, A-New Caledonia and B-Yamanashi […]

Local realtors to host Children’s Voting Day



Sheri Karp and Fern Friedman of Fred Sands Realtors in Agoura Hills will be sponsoring a Children’s Voting Day event from 3 to 5 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 7. All children are invited to join in and be part of the process. Refreshments, balloons and prizes are planned. Stephen L. Friedman, CPA, will tabulate results of the election. For […]

Conejo Jewish Academy offers new courses



Conejo Jewish Academy will present two courses beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Thurs., Nov. 2, at 30345 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. The fee is $25 per course. "Faith" is a six-part series led by Rabbi Yisroel Levine that will explore what it means to believe and what it is that people should believe in. "David: King of Israel — the […]

Acorn Editorial Submission Policy



The Acorn welcomes your letters and comments. “Letters to the Editor” should be no longer than 300 words, although The Acorn reserves the right to make occasional exceptions to this policy. Hand-written letters are acceptable only if they are legible. Letters must contain the writer’s telephone number and address, for verification purposes only. Anonymous letters will not be accepted and […]

School district needs your help in special education



The Las Virgenes Special Education Department has expanded its services to include a severely handicapped population at the secondary level. This is a very exciting addition to the already outstanding school district because it means that these students can now attend their local high school instead of one in a neighboring district. An important component in the education of these […]

There’s



There’s A Great Mountain View That Goes With This Westlake Village Home This Westlake Village cul-de-sac home has a splendid backyard with mountain views. Beyond the 50-foot pool is a lush lawn and 2 patios. The 4 bedroom home features a sunny, eat-in kitchen, high ceilings and 3 fireplaces. There is a short stroll to Westlake Lake and a park. […]

In the Army



BE ALL THAT YOU CAN BE –– Staff Sgt. Rob Comer, the United States Army Band liaison from Las Vegas, addresses Westlake High School band students on the possibilities of volunteering and serving in one of various capacities on the U.S. Army Band.

Teens want to work, study says



America’s teens can’t wait to get to work, they expect to get paid for the work they do and they like to save what they make. These seem to be the essential messages that emerge from a recent poll of 659 high school students conducted by Junior Achievement, an organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics and free […]


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