2002-04-25

Already showing compassion for others



City honors citizens, youth of the year



Recipients of the Citizen and Youth Recognition Programs were announced recently at a Westlake Village City Council meeting. Andrea Hamilton was selected as the Citizen of the Year. Hamilton has been an active member of the Westlake Village community for the past six years. She has served as president of the Parent Faculty Club at White Oak School since 1997. […]

Oaks Mall to host ‘radiothon’ Event set for this Saturday, Sunday



Oaks Mall to host ‘radiothon’ Event set for this Saturday, Sunday The Oaks Shopping Center will host the annual KHAY "radiothon" and auction, "Country Cares for St. Jude Kids," to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. Sat.,April 27, and from noon to 6 p.m. Sun., April 28. The event will be in the Robinsons-May […]

Westlake tough against Royal in volleyball, looks toward the postseason

Special to The Acorn

Westlake tough against Royal in volleyball, looks toward the postseason By Angie Kammer Special to The Acorn When it comes to boys’ volleyball in the Marmonte League, teams are chasing Royal High School and it’s baby steps that are being taken to catch up. The Westlake Warriors last week did do something no other team in the league has done […]

ComedySportz event is this weekend at Agoura High



The ComedySportz program at Agoura High School will host its inaugural ComedySportz Fest Invitational Tournament from 3 to 10 p.m. this Sat., April 27 in the G Building at the school, 28545 W. Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. The marathon event will be held in conjunction with ComedySportz L.A., a professional comedy group that performs weekly in Hollywood and has agreed […]

Memorial Day event to be bigger, better than ever

Acorn Staff Writer

The producer of the annual Memorial Day show at Pierce Brothers Memorial Park says the May 27 tribute to the country’s fallen heroes will be the best ever for the local area. Hal Geer, who’s put together each of the last 10 Memorial Day programs at the Westlake Village cemetery, said the nation’s fervent patriotic mood could bring out as […]

Survey shows importance of succession planning



Executives plan for many contingencies to protect their businesses, including who will one day fill their shoes. In a new nationwide survey, 100 percent of executives confirmed the value of identifying and grooming a successor. The majority (72 percent) of those polled said they are currently preparing someone to take their place. The survey was developed by RHI Management Resources, […]

Equestrian event set for Old Agoura



The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will host a Spring Horse Playday on Sun., May 5 at Old Agoura Equestrian Center. Registration is at 8 a.m. and the contest begins at 9 a.m. There are four age divisions open to participation: ages 10 and under; ages 11 to 17; ages 18 to 38; and age 39 and […]

New track at AHS motivates team

Acorn Sports Writer

After losses vs. Royal, Thousand Oaks and Moorpark, the Agoura track teams, both boys and girls, defeated Newbury Park last Thursday to improve to 2-3 on the season after having defeated Simi Valley a week earlier, April 11. As his boys’ team defeated the Panthers, 76-55, coach Jeff Thomas said his team’s strengths are in the short running events, in […]

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