2001-06-07

Vacation photos Readers take their Acorn around the world -Page 18



Vacation photos Readers take their Acorn around the world -Page 18

NEW MEMBER-Agoura Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce welcomes John Robert Powers to Agoura Hills with a formal ribbon cutting. Attending the recent ceremony are left to right: Chamber Vice President Barry Garapedian; Las Virgenes Water District’s Debra Low;



NEW MEMBER-Agoura Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce welcomes John Robert Powers to Agoura Hills with a formal ribbon cutting. Attending the recent ceremony are left to right: Chamber Vice President Barry Garapedian; Las Virgenes Water District’s Debra Low; the owner of John Robert Powers, Patricia Pascucci-Brown and her husband, Kevin; staff members Renee Patterson and Tiffany Ringgold; Chamber President Alex […]

Westlake High graduating class plans 20th reunion

Acorn Staff Writer

Did you ever wonder what became of your high school classmates of 20 years ago? Andrea Ponticelli-Jansen did, and as a member of the second class to graduate from Westlake High School, she made it a personal quest to find everyone for a reunion, planned for homecoming weekend of October 19, 2001. Most classes use reunion companies to find class […]

Westlake Warriors bow to El Dorado in baseball finals

Acorn Sports Writer


Acorn Sports Writer For the second time in four years the Westlake baseball team, coached by Chuck Berrington and assisted by Josh Eby, made it to the CIF Divison III finals at Dodger Stadium. Unlike 1998 when Westlake held a 3-2 lead going into the final inning, this time the Warriors fell behind early and never threatened to make the […]

Utility tax or Home Depot: take your pick



Utility tax or Home Depot: take your pick How many residents of Agoura Hills have made a trip to the Newbury Park Home Depot for a greater selection of merchandise and extremely competitive prices? How many times have Agoura Hills residents opted to pay more for an item in Agoura Hills because they did not feel like driving to Home […]

‘Comedy Night’ gets the hook



Last year, the Oak Park Theater Building Committee hosted what they wanted to become an annual Comedy Night fundraiser for the proposed Oak Park High School performing arts theater. The 2000 event netted over $19,000 and attracted more than 325 people, but this year’s event has been put on hold. The committee halted plans for the theater until a survey […]

Calabasas dancer will study ballet in Seattle



Christine Peixoto of Calabasas, a ninth grade honor student at Calabasas High School, has been selected to study dance for the second year in a row with the Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) in Seattle, Wash. Peixoto will be participating in the PNB’s Summer Intensive workshop for five weeks, studying Pointe, character, Spanish and modern dance in addition to ballet technique. […]

Tap dance classes offered to seniors in Agoura Hills



The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services Senior Recreation Program is offering tap dance classes for adults age 50 and up who are interested in learning beginning or intermediate tap dance. Classes are held Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. (intermediate; cost is $15 per 12-week session) and 1 to 3 p.m. (beginning; cost is $25 per 12-week […]

Hope springs eternal for area high school football teams

Acorn Sports Writer

Part II of a series Westlake easily won the Marmonte League football title for a second straight year last fall. But the Warriors were defeated in the semifinals of the CIF playoffs while second place Agoura made it to the finals in the same division. After finishing their seasons 11-2 and 8-4 respectively, and with many of their top players […]

Agoura Hills needs a better plan



In your editorial of May 24, you spoke of the need of Agoura Hills to improve its infrastructure before "big boxes" are allowed to enter. There is no need to dispute that fact. It is and has been a concern of Agoura Hills residents since incorporation back in 1982. Unfortunately, the city has failed miserably in procuring the funds or […]


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