2001-05-10

Tradition lives Distance runner at Agoura High School has the right stuff -Page 34



Tradition lives Distance runner at Agoura High School has the right stuff -Page 34

His birthday wish: Help the animals



HAPPY HELPER–Casey Jensen works with an employee of the Agoura Animal Shelter unloading items donated to the shelter by friends who attended the boy’s recent 10th birthday.

Parents take a chance at CHS fundraiser DEBBIE KANTOR/The Acorn



Parents take a chance at CHS fundraiser DEBBIE KANTOR/The Acorn ALL FOR FUNDS––Preparing to break the bank at the craps table are left to right, David and Sherry Bronow, along with casino pals Hap and Rosie Klepper. They’re having fun during the recent Calabasas High School Parent Faculty Club Casino Night at Calabasas County Club. Each $50 entry ticket included […]

Agoura tops Westlake, leads Marmonte League race

Special to The Acorn

The Agoura Charger baseball team doesn’t want to stop a good thing now as it tries to go from worst-to-first in the Marmonte League. The team has more than surpassed its 1999 and 2000 identical 2-10 league marks. After beating the visiting arch-rival Westlake Warriors, 11-4, last Wednesday, followed by topping the host Thousand Oaks High Lancers, 6-5, on Friday, […]

Tickets on sale for Oak Park High’s ‘Oliver’



Oak Park High School Associate Student Body will present the musical "Oliver!" at 7:30 p.m., Wed. through Fri., May 23 through 25, in the Scherr Forum Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. "Oliver!" tells the story of a young boy who runs away from a cruel orphanage and takes up with thieves. The Tony Award-winning play features many […]

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Updated Thursdays at 8pm . . . .

In lieu of gifts, boy asks for animal shelter items



Sumac Elementary School student Casey Jensen of Agoura Hills decided to celebrate his birthday just a little bit differently this year. For his 10th birthday, Casey invited his friends from Sumac and one from Bay Laurel to Lazer Craze for his birthday party. But he asked that in lieu of gifts for him, they bring something for the animals at […]

The bloom is back at Lupin Hill

Acorn Staff Writer

It’s taken more than two years, but the George Hees Garden of Reading at Lupin Hill Elementary School is finally coming to life. Hees was a popular teacher at the Calabasas school who died of cancer in 1996. He decorated his classroom and called it the "Garden of Readin’" because of his love for books. Members of the community who […]

Oak Park boys’ team shares league track title

Acorn Sports Writer

The Oak Park boys’ track team was defeated by Carpinteria in the Tri-Valley League finals last Friday in Carpinteria, and the two teams will, therefore, share the league title. (The Eagles had defeated the Warriors earlier in the season). During the meet, Oak Park Coach Kevin Smith predicted correctly that the boys’ race would be close. "Actually the boys are […]

Youth Symphony to perform musical odyssey



The New West Symphony Youth Symphony will present its spring concert, "2001: A Musical Odyssey," at 8 p.m. on Fri., May 18 in the Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. The Youth Symphony is comprised of seven performing groups: Strictly Strings, Philharmonic, Avanti and Symphony, its Woodwind Quintet, Brass Quintet […]


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