FIRE AND RESCUE AT YOUR SERVICE-Above is the new station at the intersection of Upper Ranch and Kanan Roads near Oak Park. At left, Thousand Oaks Mayor Dan Del Campo congratulates Fire Chief Bob Roper on the opening of Fire Station 37. Residents, city officials and Fire Department personnel attended the recent dedication ceremonies.
FIRE AND RESCUE AT YOUR SERVICE-Above is the new station at the intersection of Upper Ranch and Kanan Roads near Oak Park. At left, Thousand Oaks Mayor Dan Del Campo congratulates Fire Chief Bob Roper on the opening of Fire Station 37. Residents, city off
The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is offering a beginning computer class for those age 50 and above that makes learning about computers easy and fun. Participants will learn about computer hardware, operating systems and windows. They’ll use software programs that are simple and get attention from an expert instructor. Class will be held from noon-1 p.m. […]
WESTLAKE HILLS ELEMENTARY-Fourth grade teachers Alison Bahrs and Sue Peele (left) hold a final dress rehearsal for an end-of-school production, "Gold Dust or Bust". Nine members from the cast of 62 students include (standing top left to right) Haeley Moore and Mariah Johnson. Bottom left to right: Lexi Whelan, Kyle Hayes, Myles Schulman, Tonianne Scott, Greg Yeoman, Carley Comroe and […]
The city of Westlake Village celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. In order to advertise the events coinciding with the birthday, a logo contest was created for Westlake Village students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The winner is Kaitlyn Wilson, a fifth-grader from St. Jude’s Elementary School in Westlake Village, who presented a drawing based on the theme "I Love […]
The Ventura Mariners ice hockey travel team season received a warm salute Sunday at Conejo Creek Park in Thousand Oak. More than 500 people attended an awards barbecue for the youth, ages 5 to 18 years old. At the heart of the event was the recognition of kids who spent the fall and winter participating in a sport that is […]
HEADLINING-Entertainer Robert Hanley will perform with his popular 17-piece big band at the Canyon Supper Club in Agoura Hills Wednesday, June 20 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Hanley sings the best of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin Dean Martin and more. Please call (818) 879-5016.
The Agoura/Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce has announced it will expand its sphere of influence to include the community of Oak Park. The chamber will celebrate the organizational change with a mixer at Prudential California Realty at the Pavilions Shopping Center in North Ranch, Thursday, June 28 at 5:30 p.m. "In my opinion, Oak Park has often been neglected and […]
Lisa Colman of Westlake Village and Loren Poncia of Tomales, Calif. Were celebrated a recent marriage in Calabasas. Lisa is the daughter of Richard and Rhoda Colman and the sister of Rachel Wagner. She graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, in May and is studying for the California State Bar Exam. Lisa also graduated from […]
You want your home to be a safe haven for children, but their simple curiosity may lead them to explore dangerous territory, even in their own homes. About 4.5 million children are injured in the home each year. Taking some simple, preventive measures could help keep their unbridled curiosity in check and prevent many of these injuries from occurring. "Survey […]
Student weathercasters DEBBIE KANTOR/The Acorn YOU’RE ON THE AIR-Matthew Silverstone, (left) a third-grade Brookside Elementary Student, and Jake Crens, a Brookside second-grader, appear live on KCAL-TV, Channel 9 with the station’s weatherman, Carl Bell. The boys, who earned their television opportunity through a fundraising event at the school, were featured on two of Bell’s afternoon weather segments. Dozens of passers-by […]