2001-04-19

Warriors take over first place

Special to The Acorn

Westlake’s baseball Warriors have begun to make their presence known this season in a big way. The Warriors beat the host Newbury Park Panthers, 5-1, last Wednesday as Luke Riordan hit a home run, Cody Cipriano and Brandon Nunez doubled and Justin Blaine got credit for the pitching victory. This triumph pushed the Warriors’ record to 13-3-1 overall and 5-1-1 […]

In first place Luke Riordan swings a hot bat for Westlake -Page 30



In first place Luke Riordan swings a hot bat for Westlake -Page 30

Volunteer for Earth Day and help protect your environmental resources



Volunteer for Earth Day and help protect your environmental resources Volunteers are needed at California state and community parks on Sat., April 21 for the California State Parks Foundation’s Earth Day 2001 Restoration and Cleanup. The Foundation helps protect and enhance California’s 266 state parks. Eleven Los Angeles County-based state and community parks will complete environmental improvement and maintenance projects […]

Heart Association president warns women about smoking

President,
American Heart Association


President, American Heart Association The recent release by Surgeon General David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D., of an alarming report, "Women and Smoking: A Report of the Surgeon General 2001" emphasizes the deadly impact the tobacco industry and smoking has on the health of women and girls in the U.S. Among women in this nation, heart disease is the leading cause of […]

MUSCLE ON THE FIELD––



Cops N’ Jocks Officer Rich Randolph, middle row, left, poses with members of the Oak Park High School football team. They’re planning a fundraiser for next weekend.

Berrington’s confidence grows

Acorn Sports Writer

As Westlake headed north to play in a the San Jose West Coast Classic, a big-time high school baseball tournament, head coach Chuck Berrington was encouraged by his team’s play of late, which included an eight-game winning streak. Berrington has moved senior second baseman Jamie Hesselgesser to the leadoff spot and moved senior right fielder Luke Riordan to the two […]

Hospitals to accept Blue Shield



Blue Shield of California and two HCA-owned hospitals, Los Robles Regional Medical Center and West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, have signed a new agreement for hospital services and programs. For Los Robles Regional Medical Center, the contract is retroactive to March 1, 2001. The contract with West Hills Hospital & Medical Center went into effect April 1, 2001. The […]

Get a free scoop of ice cream



Scoop up the start of summer fun with a free scoop of ice cream from Baskin-Robbins from 6 to 10 p.m., Wed., May 2. Everyone is invited to stop by a participating Baskin-Robbins ice cream store for "Free Scoop Night" and enjoy a scoop of his or her favorite flavor for free. The ice cream chain will donate money for […]

CPR and first aid classes now available for teens



The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services and the city of Westlake Village are accepting registration for a CPR/First Aid class open to participants ages 11 to 14, offered from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays, April 24 through May1. A second session will run May 8 to 15, and a third from May 22 to 29. All sessions […]

Captive audience CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn



Captive audience CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn ALL IN FUN––Brookside Elementary School Principal Ester Winkelman, center., is kidnapped from her office by masked bandits and tied to the school’s flag pole by masked members of the Parent Teacher’s Association (PTA). The mock incident was, of course, all in fun, and also marked the beginning of Brookside’s "Wild Wild West Extravaganza." The fundraiser […]


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