2001-09-27

Westlake firm shows its true colors

Acorn Staff Writer

Westlake firm shows its true colors Like most American citizens, Paula Weiser wanted to do her part for the New York City disaster relief effort. Driving back from a meeting in Ventura two days after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the 36-year-old owner of a Westlake Village printing company decided she would make a patriotic poster to donate to local […]

Bike Rodeo will teach kids bike safety



Bike Rodeo will teach kids bike safety The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will host the 12th annual Bike Rodeo for kids ages 6 to 14 from 10 a.m. to 1:40 p.m., Sat., Oct. 6 at the Yerba Buena Elementary School playground area, 5844 Larboard Lane, Agoura Hills. The event is designed to help parents make sure […]

Morales wins



Morales wins At Oak Canyon Park last week, Lauren Morales began the 2001 cross country season with a win after having performed so well as a freshman last year. She said the tone for this season was set at the Great Race at the Great Bay in San Francisco two weekends before. "It was a really good experience," Morales said. […]

Concert to benefit Red Cross



Concert to benefit Red Cross West Model & Talent will conduct a 3 to 7 p.m. free Concert in the Park on Sun., Sept. 30 at Chumash Park in Agoura Hills to benefit the Red Cross relief fund. Local musical artists will perform . A moon bounce, face painters, games and prizes, food and soft drinks are also planned. Agoura […]

Home Depot critic makes a run for Agoura Hills City Council

Acorn Staff Writer

Home Depot critic makes a run for Agoura Hills City Council Incumbents in the November Agoura Hills City Council election are refusing to take a stand on the Home Depot issue because of political repercussions they might have to face, according to challenger Dan Crisafulli. With three council seats open, whether or not to build the 140,000 square-foot store on […]

Gardening club will bloom for kids



Gardening club will bloom for kids Calling all 5 to 8 year olds: become a "Garden Sprout" at the Arboretum of Los Angeles County. Now kids can have their very own garden at the Arboretum, not to mention a whole lot of fun in the dirt. The Saturday Kids’ Gardening Club teaches kids how to care for a garden plus […]

Oak Park boys CC hopes to repeat

Acorn Sports Writer

The high school cross country season began officially for Oak Park High School on Sat., Sept. 8 when the Eagles’ boys’ and girls’ teams competed in the Great Race at the Great Bay in San Francisco. For Taylor Hermes and Chase Ferrell, it was the beginning of what promises to be a memorable year. They’re seniors at Oak Park. "It […]

Voters should decide the fate of big box stores



Last week I attended the meeting at Agoura High School held by the Citizens for Responsible Growth regarding Home Depot. I live in Oak Park. I listened to the pros and cons and now I have just one question. How many of you moved to Agoura for traffic? Let’s face it folks, traffic and quality of life is the real […]

Tax attorney, businessman to seek seat on council

Acorn Staff Writer

Bob Slavin, 43, said he has no financial gain by being a member of the Westlake Village City Council, but community service excites him and he hopes to get elected on Tues., Nov. 6. Slavin is a businessman who wears three hats in Westlake Village. "I’m an attorney, an accountant and an appraiser," Slavin said. "A lot of what I […]

Triunfo YMCA promotes its ‘Youth and Government’ program with recruitment night



Triunfo YMCA promotes its ‘Youth and Government’ program with recruitment night Triunfo YMCA recently hosted a Recruitment Night for high school students interested in participating in the Youth and Government program. More than 70 students from Westlake, Agoura, Oaks Christian and Oak Park attended the event. The program is for sophomores through seniors who are interested in making a difference […]


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