2001-02-22

Soka University hosts native plant sale



Soka University in Calabasas will host its semi-annual native plant sale from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sat., March 3 at 26800 W. Mulholland Highway. The sale will feature the native bunch-grasses blue wild rye, coast melic, California melic, foothill needlegrass and deergrass. Perennials available will include Indian paintbrush, California buttercup, scarlet larkspur, bush monkeyflower and blue-eyed grass. Shrubs […]

Oak Park ‘Tree of Knowledge’



TREE OF KNOWLEDGE––Oak Park resident Brittany Rae Pattee, 10, poses with The Acorn. She calls her disguise the "Tree of Knowledge" and she gets all of her information, she says, from The Acorn, your community partner. Thanks, Brittany.

‘Operation Teddy Bear’ CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn



‘Operation Teddy Bear’ CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn SHARING LOVE FROM FAR AWAY––White Oak Elementary School student council officers (left to right): Chris Kashon, Francesca DeCaro, Jaclyn Schimmel, Carly Uslan, Ari Galper, Bryan Felber, Carly Glick and Austin Sears, representing the third, fourth and fifth grades, pack some of the nearly 1,000 stuffed animals students collected for quake victims in El Salvador […]

Warriors win CIF opener



Westlake improved to 15-9 overall on the season, but more importantly, won its opening round CIF playoff game last Friday night, 58-50, over La Serna. The Warriors got 14 points from guards Adam Mazarei and Kole Anderson who also contributed seven and five assists, respectively. La Serna had come into the game with a record of 20-8.

Lecture explores themes of human existence



Los Angeles Pierce College Extension is offering a continuation of the lecture series on the meaning of life as seen through the eyes of poets, essayists, dramatists, short story writers and Herbert Ravetch, Ph.D., president emeritus of Pierce College. These lectures will present literary selections that reflect and explore profound themes of human existence, and will act as springboards for […]

Barbara Riddle



Barbara Riddle, associate vice president of Coldwell Banker Paller & Co. Realtors, was presented with the Associate of the Month award for January by owner/broker Gary Paller. She has been a consistent top producer with the firm. To reach Barbara Riddle of Coldwell Banker Paller & Co. Realtors, please call (818) 889-0030.

In courageous fight Girl, 7, inspires local residents

Acorn Staff Writer

In courageous fight Girl, 7, inspires local residents Emily Buelow, a Calabasas 7-year-old who’s valiantly fighting leukemia at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, has touched the hearts of schoolmates, neighbors, friends and even total strangers who are reaching out to show support for Emily and her family. "It just goes to show you what could be accomplished with a common […]

CITY OF CALABASAS



CITY OF CALABASAS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of calabasas will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, March 7, 2001, at 7:30 p.m., at calabasas City hall, City Council Chambers, 26135 Mureau Road to consider the following matter: RECOMMENDATION TO INTRODUCE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF CALABASAS MUNICIPAL CODE, […]

Cold War remembered in L.A.



Cold War remembered in L.A. The public can catch a glimpse of what life was like in L.A. during the Cold War at a new exhibit at Cal State University Northridge’s Oviatt Library, "Atomic City: Southern California in the Nuclear Age," which will run through next Wed., Feb. 28. "Atomic City" includes more than 100 photographs and memorabilia that examine […]

Health expert to lecture



M. Joycelyn Elders, M.D., the first African-American and the second woman to hold the post as Surgeon General of the U.S., will speak on "Education and Personal Responsibility" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 28 at Soka University, 26800 W. Mulholland Highway, Calabasas. Her talk is part of Soka’s ongoing Human Rights Lecture Series, which is offered free […]


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