2001-08-16

For the record



The photographs on page 2 and in the page 1 left column teaser last week about the new Temple Beth Haverim were wrong. The pictures instead depicted the new Agoura Hills City Hall. The temple will be located nearby. But the only progress so far is grading of the synagogue’s future footprint. The Acorn apologizes to the temple’s president, Martin […]

Hot summer takes a toll here

Acorn Staff Writer

The sun provides warmth, light and joy, but even at a distance of 93 million miles from the Earth, it can also kill. In the summer, we’re generally reminded of the intense heat produced by the sun, but forgetting that such warmth can cause more than discomfort and invariably leads to tragedy. Southern Californians were vividly reminded of the chilling […]

Calabasas-based Ixia CEO captures business award



Errol Ginsberg, president and CEO of Calabasas-based Ixia has received the 2001 Los Angeles Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the technology category. Award recipients were honored at a banquet in June. Ginsberg will join other regional winners to participate in Ernst & Young’s National Entrepreneur of the Year program. Finalists and winners of the national award […]

Cal Lutheran offers business scholarships, internships



Three area financial planning businesses have joined with California Lutheran University’s (CLU) Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) program to offer a new scholarship/internship opportunity for MBA students in the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) certificate program. DTS Financial Group in Ventura, Mark Kamerman of American Express in Simi Valley and Business Consultants Group of Westlake Village will award full scholarships to […]

‘Soul’ topic of Bible lesson



"Soul" is the subject of this week’s Bible lesson-sermon at the 10 a.m. service on Sun., Aug. 19 at the Christian Science Church, 305 Conejo School Road, Thousand Oaks. The keynote text is from Psalms 67:1. Sunday School for youth up to age 20 is also 10 a.m. Testimony meetings are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Child care is provided both […]

It’s shameful that Calabasas stopped helping Pumpkin Festival



It’s shameful that Calabasas stopped helping Pumpkin Festival What a shame the city of Calabasas has decided not to support the Pumpkin Festival. How time seems to change attitudes. As one of the original resurrectors of the festival, I remember what a pleasure it was for us to work with the city council toward a common vision. Our vision was […]


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