Sporting the signs of spring

ONLY 13 DAYS UNTIL THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING––The Oak Park girls’ basketball team, above right, celebrates their first ever California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section basketball championship. They won it on Saturday in Long Beach and they won their first-round game in the regional tourney. See stories, page 28. Jordan Erickson, a 6-year-old White Oak Elementary student and shortstop for […]

Gala helps others CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn

Gala helps others CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn MARDI GRAS KING AND QUEEN––Joy Hagestad, right, of Conejo Valley’s Senior Concerns, was crowned Queen of Community Conscience at the annual Mardi Gras Ball, along with King Bob Haaland, a boardmember of Hospice of the Conejo. Haaland, recently deceased, was represented by his daughter and son, Lynne and Ron Haaland. The gala annual affair […]

Marines plan reunion

The Subic Bay Marine Association will host its ninth annual reunion Aug. 23 through 26 later this year at the Radisson Hotel in Cromwell, Conn. Marines who served at any time at Subic Bay, which includes Cubi Point and San Miguel, are encouraged to participate. Subic Bay Naval Base was one of America’s most strategic military installations prior to its […]

Agoura High students win NASA contest

Four Agoura High School students have been selected to fly their team’s experiment aboard the Space Shuttle in the NASA Student Involvement Program’s (NSIP) 2000-2001 competition. The students’ dual-mode mechanical resonator experiment won first place in the "Space Flight Opportunities" category. In June they’ll fly to the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia to build the space-based experiment with NASA […]

Tony winning ’Secret Garden’ coming to T.O.

Tony winning ’Secret Garden’ coming to T.O. Cabrillo Music Theatre will present the Tony Award-winning musical, "The Secret Garden," from March 23-April 1 in the Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Based on the classic children’s book by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the play features a colorful Victorian setting, songs including "Come to My […]

Carrie Schram

Carrie Schram Carrie Schram of Century 21 Adobe Realty was recently congratulated by owners Chuck Leko and Michael Schaller for her outstanding sales in 2000. A consistent top producer, Schram’s multi-million dollar producer status puts her among the top five agents in the office. She specializes in fine homes and estates in Agoura, Calabasas, Woodland Hills and Westlake Village. For […]

Vacation photos The world’s greatest photographers Take Their Acorn on Vacation -Page 30

Vacation photos The world’s greatest photographers Take Their Acorn on Vacation -Page 30

Local scout leaders receive recognition LANNON HARLEY/The Acorn

Local scout leaders receive recognition LANNON HARLEY/The Acorn BLUE AND GOLD BANQUET––Cub Scout Pack No. 227 celebrates the Boy Scouts 91st birthday with the traditional Blue and Gold Banquet for scouts and den leaders. Troop No. 227 gathered at Agoura Hills Willow Elementary School for a party and festivities.Clockwise from right front: Rick Chavez, Agoura Hills Mayor Ed Corridori, Debbie […]

Jaycees celebrate

The Conejo Valley Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees) is hosting a Charter Night Celebration from 6 p.m. to midnight this Sat., March 10. The event, in recognition of the new chapter’s receiving its charter, will be at Duke’s, 21150 Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. For the required reservations, or more information about the Jaycees, please call Michelle Roth at (805) […]

Happy historians

FORGING NEW FRONTIERS––Kelly Marteney, left, and Catharine Ricafort are two of the 26 winners of the eighth grade History Day competition at Lindero Canyon Middle School in Agoura Hills. Winners of the group will next compete in the county competition at Occidental College on Sat., March 17. All eighth graders at Lindero are required to complete projects for History Day. […]