2001-03-01

Land transfer An important wildlife corridor to remain open, thanks to local purchase -Page 13



Land transfer An important wildlife corridor to remain open, thanks to local purchase -Page 13

Raising awareness of world hunger CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn



Raising awareness of world hunger CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn 30 HOUR FAST––Ten members from a team of 50 teenagers and supervisors play basketball Saturday afternoon to help pass the remaining hours of a 30-Hour Famine for World Hunger. Standing left to right are Elisabeth Acosta, Tim Ogne, Tyler Mendel and Scott Ross. Front (from left to right): Michael Field, Matt Vangent, […]

Photo contest winners



BUDDING SHUTTERBUGS––These four Agoura High School students each won $500 in a photography contest open to all students in the state of California. The competition was sponsored by an insurance firm. Left to right are Danielle Ogez,Ashley Mo, Matt Lefkowitz and Stephanie Houseal.

Oak Park girls defeat Rosamond in CIF quarterfinals

Special to The Acorn

The goal as the season began for the Oak Park Eagles girls’ basketball team was to win the Tri-Valley League and make it as far into the playoffs as the final game which would be played at Long Beach State, in the arena called The Pyramid. The Oak Park girls were unbeaten in league (10-0), taking their first title since […]

She likes Hooper



When I first saw Matt Hooper (city council candidate), I thought he seemed too young to sit on the council. But, after five minutes of listening to his ideas I realized that Matt Hooper is wise beyond his years. He has so many great ideas for Calabasas that I do not know where to start. Let me begin with the […]

Live on a Cul-de-sac in a Desirable Thousand Oaks Neighbor



This home is on a cul-de-sac corner in a desirable Thousand Oaks neighborhood. The floorplan of 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths includes formal living and dining rooms off the tile entry. The family room with used brick fireplace is off a bright kitchen with garden window, lots of cabinets, dining area and indoor barbecue. The backyard features an above-ground spa, […]

Kathleen Finnegan



Kathleen Finnegan of Prudential California Realty recently received the company’s top lister award from Bob Majorino, owner/broker, and Darrell Bradbrook, branch manager. A member of the coveted President’s Circle, Finnegan ranks in the top 5 percent nationwide out of more than 40,000 agents. She works from Prudential’s Calabasas office, specializing with equal expertise in the San Fernando and Conejo valleys. […]

Election set Calabasas voters go to the polls next Tuesday, cable to cover results -Page 2



Election set Calabasas voters go to the polls next Tuesday, cable to cover results -Page 2

Parenting workshops to raise money for music program



An "Effective Parenting" communication skills workshop will be presented by Mashid Payan, M. Ed., MFT, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sat., March 17 and again on Sun., May 6, at Westlake High School. The cost is $100 per person or $150 for both parents/guardians, but 100 percent of the fee will be donated to the Westlake High School […]

Choose high school classes that lead to success



It’s never too early to think about college preparation. Choices made as a freshman and sophomore could affect choices for the rest of a student’s life. By selecting a strong academic program in high school, a student is preparing well for college, according to ACT, makers of the ACT Assessment college entrance exam. ACT has a recommended list of high […]


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