2001-06-21

Young doctors Students learning about the medical field -Page 20



Young doctors Students learning about the medical field -Page 20

Doll-making for young children offered at Pierce



Los Angeles Pierce College Extension is offering a class for young children designed to teach them how to create unique dolls – from fairies, princesses and mermaids to teddy bears and country critters. Many materials will be used including felt, sequins, pearls and glitter. The class is offered from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursdays, July 5 through Aug. 9. The […]

TOMORROW’S LEADERS––



The 10 graduates of Oak View High School’s Class of 2001 watch and listen intently as diplomas are about to be handed out four years of hard work and study. Ceremonies for the continuation high school were held at Red Oak Elementary School in Oak Park.

Popular Indian Hills has banner year

Acorn Staff Writer

Indian Hills High School, the alternative school in Calabasas, had their most graduates ever. The class of 2001 consisted of 49 seniors, all considered "at-risk" students when they arrived at the campus. Leaving the campus is another story. Though they struggled at times, the seniors leave on a successful note. They gave credit to the teachers who provided the attention […]

UM Church services listed



Pastor Rob Calderhead will give the message at the 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services on Sun., June 24 at United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. Associate pastor Stephen Hansted Meadors will give the message at the casual 8 a.m. service. Special music will be provided at each service: the Praise Singers lead music at […]

Stress reduction Teens cope with fast- paced living -Page 23



Stress reduction Teens cope with fast- paced living -Page 23

New medical specialty now available to travelers



Whether you are laughing at the antics of the wild monkeys in Manaus deep in the Amazon jungle, or captivated by the thunderous presence of a herd of wildebeest while on safari in tropical Tanzania, or just stretching out on the beach at Puerto Vallarta, Rio de Janeiro or St. Tropez, there is one experience you’d rather pass up on: […]

Local teen excited about medical scene

Acorn Staff Writer

Many kids have the dream to be a doctor when they grow up. Westlake High School student Rachel Murray, 16, has had that vision for three years, and now she wants to make it become a reality. Rachel has been accepted along with 350 other high school students from around the country to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum of […]

Indian Hills Class of 2001



Yama Abedi, Sharon Azal, Rebecca Brenden, Diana Colvin, Tinelli Comsookri, Alex Condo, Emily Corney, Ryan Dennis, Pamela Desouza, Holly Erwin, Daniel Favia, Laura Fotie, Ideen Ghaffari, Diana Glick, Aaron Goldstein, Matthew Greenfield, Aisha Haque, Michael Haro, Danielle Hobb, Michelle Hobb, Paimon Jahanbin, Jessica Kelkar, Jessica Lamb, Jessica Lampl, Michael Letosky, Anthony Lizaola; Trace Marshall, Keith Mayer, Mark McCabe, Aaron Michalowsky, […]

Oak Park girl celebrates her Bar Mitzvah



Kimberly Lauren Michaels, daughter of Sharon Michaels of Oak Park and Ron Michaels, was called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah of the Center for Early Jewish Education (CEJE) on June 9. Her parents presented her with a tallit, the traditional prayer shawl, during the service. A 7th grader at Medea Creek Middle School, Kimberly is a member of […]


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