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Community awareness day is next Friday

The Rotary Club of Calabasas is sponsoring a seventh annual Community Awareness Day luncheon at 11:45 a.m., Fri., May 11 at the Calabasas Golf & Country Club, 4515 Park Entrada. The event honors those who’ve made significant contributions to the community. Featured speaker is baseball legend Steve Yeager, who played with the L.A. Dodgers from 1972-1985. Yeager played in four […]

Transportation the way it used to be DEBBIE KANTOR/The Acorn

Transportation the way it used to be DEBBIE KANTOR/The Acorn PAGEANT IN THE PARK––The annual Juan Bautista deAnza en Calabasas Pageant unfolds in deAnza Park at Lost Hills and Las Virgenes roads in Calabasas. Dozens of equestrians, soldiers, women, children and musicians dressed on Sunday in authentic costumes and filled the Calabasas park in recognition of the 225th anniversary of […]

Lung cancer networking groups meet at Wellness facility

The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura is offering a new monthly support group for people with lung cancer and their loved ones. The first meeting of the Lung Cancer Networking group is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thurs., May 10 at the Wellness Community, 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. The group offers support, encouragement, education and networking. Experts in areas related […]

Agoura High continues to enjoy resurgence on the baseball diamond

Special to The Acorn

Agoura High’s baseball team may not be in the Marmonte League driver’s seat, but the engine is purring like a kitten and Head Coach Zach Miller believes he has the Chargers pointed in the right direction. After playing the Simi Valley Pioneers on Friday, Agoura took a 14-5 overall, 6-2 league record against the Westlake High Warriors yesterday and at […]

Free ‘Very Special Arts Festival’ to take place in L.A.

Free ‘Very Special Arts Festival’ to take place in L.A. The Music Center Education Division will host the 22nd annual "Very Special Arts Festival" from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wed., May 16 on the Music Center Plaza at 135 N. Grand Ave. (at First St.), downtown Los Angeles. The event is jointly sponsored by the Music Center Education Division, […]

Agoura Hills planning director resigns

Agoura Hills Planning Director Dave Anderson said he’s resigned his post to pursue interests in the private sector. Anderson, 48, came aboard as planning director in 1989 after serving two years as supervising planner for the city of Oxnard. He served as Agoura Hills’ interim city manager in 1995. "At this particular point, I’m trying to jump into the consulting […]

Old Agoura saddles up

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will host a Spring Horse Playday on Sun., May 6 (rain date June3) at Old Agoura Equestrian Center on Driver Avenue at Chesebro Road. Registration begins 8 a.m. and the contest gets underway 9 a.m. The event is for horse lovers age 8 and up. Events include Hurry Scurry, Barrier Crawl, […]

Serving in Uniform

On June 29, Lt. Cmdr. Thomas M. Miele, United States Coast Guard (USCG), will be installed as commanding officer of the USCG Communications Station in Kodiak, Alaska. Miele is originally from Agoura. He enlisted in the USCG in 1978. He has an associate and bachelor of science degree through Regents College and the University of New York, Albany, and a […]

Tips offered to help keep seniors safe

Safe at home? For many senior citizens, home can be an accident waiting to happen. Every year older Americans are injured in their homes, with most accidents occurring in the bathroom or bedroom. Ten percent of all falls cause significant injury for older individuals and are a contributing factor in 40 percent of nursing home admissions. Fortunately, many of these […]