2001-04-26

‘A Taste of the Conejo Valley’ is coming soon



Have a new restaurant or food service in town? Is your business or service new to the community? "A Taste of the Conejo Valley," the new, fun food festival on Sun., May 20 will provide you the place, space and exposure you’re looking for. Help your business and help a local school at the same time. The nominal fee includes […]

Scouts breathe in the fresh air and work on Mother Earth



SCOUTS IN THE OUTDOORS––Above, Troop 127 of the Boy Scouts, 7-year-old Chris Rimmele, left, along with his brother, Nick, 12, pick up trash in honor of Earth Day along Driver Avenue in the vicinity of (but not limited to) Agoura High School during Saturday’s clean-up day. At right, Eagle Scout Chris Edwards of Troop 6628 works to finish a landscaping […]

Datebook



THURS., APRIL 26 Honoring Employees Calabasas Chamber of Commerce: Golden Lasso Awards & Fashion Show Luncheon honors Chamber members’ employees from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento. RSVP (818) 222-5680 Moms With More Meet Conejo Mothers of School Aged Multiples: Marriage and family therapist Diane Brosh, mom of twins, will speak on marriage and parenting at […]

Brownies travel to Calabasas



LITTLE ANGELS––These 10 Brownies of Troop 230, along with leader Terry Voges and assistant leader Cindy Johnson, load up in front of Willow Elementary School for a trip to Calabasas to visit Alzheimer’s disease patients at Silverado home for seniors. The Brownies took hand-painted tiles framed for presentations and shared a poem written especially for their special hosts.

Oak Park youth called to Torah



Jason Fahn of Oak Park was called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah of the Center for Early Jewish Education (CEJE) on April 14. His mother and father, Jennifer and Jeff Fahn, presented him with a tallit, the traditional prayer shawl. Younger brothers Max and Nick also participated in the service held at the Renaissance Hotel, Agoura Hills. Jason […]

Calabasas residents want an inviting, environmentally friendly city hall

Acorn Staff Writer

Residents of Calabasas want their new city hall to be an inviting, ecologically friendly complex, which would serve as a regional landmark exhibiting community pride. About 50 people attended a community meeting last week to give input on what they’d like to see in the new civic center complex, currently in the first stages of conceptual design. Although many had […]

Media planning class coming to T.O.



Media planning class coming to T.O. An eight-week course in "Developing the Integrated Marketing Communications Media Plan" will be offered in Thousand Oaks at the Learning Tree University starting Thurs., May 10. The class, geared for marketing professionals and small business owners, will help participants create a coherent media plan outlining the most effective means of delivering messages to a […]

Townhall meeting to push for safer schools



School shootings are no longer just stories you’ve heard about. They’re becoming a part of life. And the Oak Park Unified School District (OPUSD) Safe Kids Task Force wants to do something about it. With the recent history of violence in American schools, it’s clear that making threats to kill someone is no joke. Some parents are afraid to enroll […]

Website takes on school safety



Critical information developed by recognized experts to help educators and legislators––and parents ––create safer learning environments for America’s youth is available at a unique Website. Designed to function as a solutions-driven site, the address www.Ussafeschools.org provides an easy-to-follow, five-step template that lets administrators objectively assess a facility’s current security measures, as well as identify areas where improvements are needed. After […]

Agoura Hills doctor to speak at Methodist church



Agoura Hills resident Dr. L. Lewis Wall, director of gynecology at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, will be guest speaker at 9 a.m., Sun., April 29 in the Youth Building at United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 S. Westlake Blvd. Wall will discuss his missionary experience in treating Nigerian girls suffering from stigmatizing childbirth injuries. He hopes to endow […]


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