2001-05-31

Oak Park residents can exempt certain oversized vehicles from new law



Registration is underway for residents who want their vehicles to remain exempt from a new oversized-vehicle ordinance, according to the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC). In March, the MAC approved an ordinance that bans recreational vehicle parking, except for a three-day period before and after trips. Owners also can leave their vehicles on the street while making temporary repairs. […]

July 4th event needs volunteers



The city of Agoura Hills is seeking volunteers to help out at the 17th annual 4th of July "Day in the Park" celebration to be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wed., July 4 at Chumash Park, 5550 Medea Valley Drive, Agoura Hills. The event will kick off 10:45 a.m. with a Tot Parade. The day’s events will […]

Premier performance CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn



Premier performance CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn SHOWING HER STUFF-Brynn Sherman, a 6-year-old piano student from Agoura Hills, gives her first recital to an audience of friends and family. The Yerba Buena first-grader, who has studied piano since she was 4, performed a repertoire of 28 songs completely from memory. Fourteen guests, including piano teacher Nancy Hanle and Brynn’s parents, Eileen and […]

NOTED COMPOSER–Suffy Walden (seated), the musical theme composer for the television series “West Wing”, “Thirty Something” and “Wonder Years,” visited Lindero Canyon Middle School last week to discuss his work and career life



NOTED COMPOSER–Suffy Walden (seated), the musical theme composer for the television series "West Wing", "Thirty Something" and "Wonder Years," visited Lindero Canyon Middle School last week to discuss his work and career lifestyle. Music students at the school had the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the composer. Learning from a pro

Noted Rabbi scheduled to speak in Bel Air



The University of Judaism will host Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis as guest speaker in the next program of their "Conversations" series at 7:30 p.m. on Wed., June 6 at 15600 Mulholland Drive, Bel Air. In addition to heading one of the largest Conservative synagogues in Southern California (Valley Beth Shalom in Encino), the rabbi is noted for being "a catalyst […]

Volunteers honored at Agoura Hills reception

Acorn Staff Writer

Giving her time freely is one of the things that makes Diane Milan happy. The Agoura Hills resident volunteers regularly at the city’s Recreation Center, mostly organizing trips and activities for senior citizens. Last week Milan received an award as the Agoura Hills Older American of the Year. She also attended a luncheon at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los […]

WELL DESERVED RECOGNITION––A recent annual event at Sherwood Country Club introduced graduating high school coeds who will be recognized as debutantes at the annual National Charity League Ball next Thanksgiving weekend. Back row left are: Laura Jean Metc



WELL DESERVED RECOGNITION––A recent annual event at Sherwood Country Club introduced graduating high school coeds who will be recognized as debutantes at the annual National Charity League Ball next Thanksgiving weekend. Back row left are: Laura Jean Metcalf, Westlake Village; Kathryn Christine Lehman, Westlake Village; Savannah Lauren King, Westlake Village; Kourtney Elizabeth Kelly, Westlake Village; Kelly McCormick Kaufman, Westlake Village; […]

Golf tournament to benefit Interface programs in the fight against child abuse



The WeCAAN (Working to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect) program, a division of Interface Children, Family Services of Ventura County, will hold its 10th annual golf tournament on Fri., July 20 at Sterling Hills Golf Course. The event will benefit the WeCAAN programs, dedicated to the education, prevention, intervention and treatment of child abuse and neglect throughout Ventura County. For […]

Ye olde Acorn



BLENDING THE OLD WITH THE NEWS–Stephen Lamm and Ashley Couture catch up on their Acorn reading during a recent performance of "Hamlet" by the Oak Hills Elementary School Shakespeare Company. The acting troupe has gained recognition for its commitment to putting on high quality, seemingly professional plays. A different Shakespeare performance has been shown each spring either at the elementary […]

Don’t eliminate free enterprise in Agoura Hills



Well, well, the very business people who spit in the face of Agoura Hills citizens a while back now come hat in hand for support. Hiding behind their heavily supported, disguised as a "grassroots" organization, Citizens for Responsible Growth, the selfish-minded owners of the local businesses, want you to forget how they treated us when we asked them to clean […]


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