2002-03-21

Calabasas the envy of many cities, mayor says

Acorn Staff Writer

Calabasas Mayor Janice Lee gave the fourth annual state of the city speech last Wednesday night at the Agoura Hills-Calabasas Community Center and focused on the theme of Calabasas as a hometown. She spoke at the community center because it’s the hub of the town, where everyone gathers, she said. "We are the envy of cities across the country," Lee […]

Summer recreation brochure now available for Calabasas residents



The city of Calabasas Community Services Department’s Spring "Recreation Programs and Community Events" schedule is now available. Schedules were mailed to all residents with a city of Calabasas zip code. They will also be available to the community at many local businesses, schools and other organizations. For anyone unable to pick up a Recreation Brochure at any of these locations, […]

Chamber members get financial advice

Acorn Staff Writer

"What’s Happening with Your Money Now?" was the theme of a networking breakfast hosted last week by the Agoura/Oak Park/Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce. If your money has been in the stock market lately, the answer is, not much, especially with the NASDAQ down 63 percent from its 2000 high. Buy and hold, that’s the key, said Barry Garapedian, an […]

Datebook



THURS., MARCH 21 Irma of Arabia Irma Kackert’s next Whizzing Around the World with Irma program is a slide lecture on living in Saudi Arabia at 7 p.m. at Goebel Senior Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. (805) 381-2744 A Day of Music Thousand Oaks High School Music Department hosts a SCSBOA instrumental music ratings festival from 8:30 […]

Group gives scholastic awards



Applications are available for Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic-Los Angeles Unit’s (RFB&D-LA) annual "Learning through Listening Scholastic Achievement Awards." These awards are available for student members with print disabilities who can serve as role models of success. Two first-place awards of $2,000 each and four second-place awards of $500 each will be presented. Applications are available by calling Stacey […]

Pre-Easter week services begin Sunday at Westlake Lutheran



Pre-Easter week services begin Sunday at Westlake Lutheran Westlake Lutheran Church presents Sunday worship services at 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. at 2630A Townsgate Road, Westlake Village. Child care is provided all morning. Sunday School is at 9:40 a.m.; ages 3 through adults are invited to attend. The Maundy Thursday service will be held at 7:30 p.m. at United Methodist Church […]

STTOP blatantly profiles teen drivers



STTOP blatantly profiles teen drivers Upon reading the March 7 article about STTOP (Sheriff’s Teen Traffic Offender Program), I was shocked to discover that such a program existed because of its blatant profiling of teenage residents. My sympathies go out to the families who lost loved ones in the recent vehicle fatalities, but I question STTOP’s focus on the poor […]

Passover begins next Wednesday



Scholarship fund named after airline crash victim



The Association for International Practical Training (AIPT) and the family of Jessica King, the 31-year-old Agoura High School graduate who was killed in an October plane crash, created the Jessica King Scholarship Fund earlier this month. It will pay tribute to King, sources said. On last Oct. 8, King was returning home to Copenhagen from Milan, Italy (where her fiancé […]

First California Bank delivers results in face of interest rate cuts



The bank reported earnings of $1.35 million in the year 2001 First California Bank reported earnings for the fourth quarter 2001 of $434,437 or $0.28 per share. This compares with fourth quarter 2000 earnings of $433,207 or $0.27 per share. For the full year of 2001, First California Bank reported earnings of $1.35 million or $0.87 per share as compared […]


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