Agoura Hills girl called to Torah

Carly Ann Soltman, daughter of Bonnie and Steven Soltman of Agoura Hills, was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah of the Center for Early Jewish Education in a recent service at the Renaissance Hotel in Agoura Hills. Her father presented Carly with a tallit (the traditional prayer shawl) during the ceremony. Her older sister Melissa Brooke also participated […]

The success of a school district depends on teachers, staff members, administrators, parents and students

By John F. Fitzpatrick, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools, Las Virgenes Unified School District As superintendent, it is my desire to see that all of the stakeholders that make the Las Virgenes Unified School District such a successful district are working together. The Board of Education and I will continue to strive to have our parents, students, teachers, administrators, and staff […]

To be fenced Popular party place for teen trespassers about to be enclosed -Page 7

To be fenced Popular party place for teen trespassers about to be enclosed -Page 7

Automakers vital to state’s economy

The automobile industry is a key component of California’s economy, accounting for nearly 500,000 jobs in the state, according to a new study, "Contribution of the Automotive Industry to the U.S. Economy," prepared by the University of Michigan and the Center for Automotive Research. California ranks third in the country (behind Michigan and Ohio) for its auto industry presence. Key […]

Florida wedding

Benjamin Richardson, son of Christine and Eldon Richardson of Westlake Village, and Jessica Coleman, daughter of Margaret and Dudley Coleman of Jacksonville, Fla., were married March 3 at the Hilltop in Orange Park, Fla. The groom graduated from Agoura High School in 1995 and is currently serving as a Petty Officer III class in the U.S. Navy. The bride graduated […]

Coyote baseball team seeks return to glory years

Acorn Sports Writer

Rick Nathanson is in his 10th year as head coach of the Calabasas baseball team. Though he’s had some great teams, he sounds as happy with this year’s squad as any. "One of the qualities of my team this year that I particularly like is that we’re a mixture of the old and the young," Nathanson said. From 1993-1997 Calabasas […]

Temple offers a variety of Shabbat and Minyan services

Each month, Temple Aliyah at 6025 Valley Circle Blvd. in Woodland Hills offers a variety of ongoing Shabbat and Minyan services and special events to members and the community at large for participation and enrichment. Dedicated to the perpetuation of the Conservative movement of Judaism, Temple Aliyah has served the needs and concerns of the West San Fernando Valley Jewish […]

A big win

Charger pitcher gets a ‘W’ against T.O. Lancers -Page 33

Fitness center, spa cuts a new ribbon LISA ADAMS/The Acorn

Fitness center, spa cuts a new ribbon LISA ADAMS/The Acorn A GRAND REOPENING––Total Woman owner and founder Art Stone (holding scissors) with his wife, Adrienne, to his left; Karen Klaess, chief operating officer; and Elisa Rader; general manager, join the Thousand Oaks/Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce in a grand reopening and ribbon cutting celebration. The Westlake Village health club […]

Kupper-Marshall to marry

Sara J. Kupper, daughter of Helga and Dan Kupper of Agoura Hills, and Peter N. Marshall, son of Christine and David Marshall of Thousand Oaks, have announced their engagement and plans to wed on July 14, 2001 at the Malibu West Beach Club. A 1995 graduate of Agoura High School, the bride-to-be earned a BS in accountancy from Northern Arizona […]

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