2001-10-18

Business is important, candidate says

Acorn Staff Writer

Despite serving on a city council with an anti-development reputation, Denis Weber has long stood as a voice for the business community. Weber, a 57-year-old bank vice president, is running for his third term on the Agoura Hills City Council in the upcoming election. Because of self-imposed term limits, Weber said this would be his final four-year stint on the […]

Leads clubs name new officers



Local chapters of Ali Lassen’s Leads Club, the original lead generating organization, have announced the selection of new officers. The new teams head groups of local business owners and salespeople who meet weekly to exchange business leads. Leads Club members are offered the opportunity to market their products and services by building strategic alliances and networking with other business people […]

Willow Elementary School Brownies clean the beach



Willow Elementary School Brownies clean the beach PAPER OR PLASTIC?––These girls from Brownie Troop No. 251 have some fun while cleaning up a Zuma Beach site they love. The girls invested two hours of their time picking up trash and receiving a patch for their good deed in community service. From left to right are Michelle Selko, Delaney West, Mallory […]

Groucho impersonator to perform



Award-winning actor Frank Ferrante will recreate his portrayal of comedian Groucho Marx in "An Evening with Groucho," at 7:30 p.m., Fri. to Sat., Oct. 19 to 20, at Pierce College’s Theater on the Hill, 6201 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills. He has performed his one-man show on PBS and on the New York and London stage. His performance is a benefit […]

City councilwoman endorses Rippe



City councilwoman endorses Rippe Good and effective leadership on the local level is necessary to maintain and continually enhance our quality of life. In November we will have the opportunity to choose these leaders for Las Virgenes Unified School District as well as for the cities of Westlake Village and Agoura Hills. Regarding the school board, I wholeheartedly endorse Bicky […]

NORTH TO ALASKA—Do you remember that song by Johnny Horton? If so, you’re no youngster. But Jack and Mignonne Alman sure look young as they read their Acorn in the bright white sunshine and snow of the Matanuska Glacier in the 49th state. Whether you’re g



NORTH TO ALASKA—Do you remember that song by Johnny Horton? If so, you’re no youngster. But Jack and Mignonne Alman sure look young as they read their Acorn in the bright white sunshine and snow of the Matanuska Glacier in the 49th state. Whether you’re going to Santa Barbara or abroad, be sure to Take Your Acorn on Vacation. We’re […]

Peace officers will cite stores that sell alcoholic beverages to teenagers



Peace officers will cite stores that sell alcoholic beverages to teenagers The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station, will assist the Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) Investigators by conducting a series of "Sales Laws Compliance" investigations during October and November. It’s hoped that public awareness of these investigations will cause all merchants to carefully monitor the age of […]

Contract management taught for small businesses



Contract management taught for small businesses Los Angeles Pierce College Extension is presenting a class to provide participants with an introduction to contract management and to demonstrate how preparing for work in the public sector can also help build businesses in the private world. In addition, how to prepare to participate in government procurement will be addressed. Instructor Jonathan Arnold […]

Register soon for Washington, D.C. trip



Register soon for Washington, D.C. trip Registration is currently open for area middle and high school students (grades 8 and above) to participate in a spring vacation tour of the nation’s capital and Colonial Williamsburg. Trip highlights also include a visit to the Smithsonian Institute and the CNN Newseum, the battlefield at Gettysburg and a tour of Ford’s Theater. The […]

Portraits of U.S. presidents coming to Reagan Library



Portraits of U.S. presidents coming to Reagan Library "Portraits of the Presidents," the most famous collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery, will be at the Ronald Reagan Library and Museum, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, from Oct. 26-Jan. 21. The exhibit, which includes works by Rembrandt Peale, Andres Zorn and Norman Rockwell, includes 61 paintings, sculptures, photographs and […]


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