2002-05-30

Here’s what to do if you find a bird that’s fallen from its nest If the nestling is uninjured, put it back:



Here’s what to do if you find a bird that’s fallen from its nest If the nestling is uninjured, put it back: If you can safely reach the nest, place the baby inside. If the nest has been destroyed, use a basket or plastic planter as a substitute and hang it from a tree branch. If the parents don’t return […]

Calabasas/Agoura Hills Rotary recognizes community achievers

Acorn Staff Writer

The Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills recognized three individuals for their achievements during the 10th annual Community Awareness Day luncheon last Friday at the Calabasas Golf and Country Club. Television and radio personality Larry Carroll, the keynote speaker, discussed the importance of helping your fellow man. "Life’s highest calling is service," Carroll said. And some of this area’s most generous […]

Los Robles to offer Senior Health Fair



Los Robles Regional Medical Center will sponsor its sixth annual Senior Health Fair for those 50 years of age and older from 8 a.m. to noon on Sat., June 8 at their East Campus facility, 150 Via Merida, Westlake Village. The health fair will feature 16 tests and screenings valued at more than $900 for $15. Some of the tests […]

Village Voices awards scholarships



California Lutheran University (CLU) student Monica Jones, along with Pepperdine University students Elena De Matto and Daniel Peretto, recently received music awards as part of the annual Village Voices Music Awards Program. Village Voices Chorale President Pat Johnson and director Gloria Hilliard presented each winner with a $1,000 scholarship towards pursuit of a vocal music career. Jones is completing her […]

Local youths called to Torah in Thousand Oaks The following were recently called to the Torah at the Center for Early Jewish Education (CEJE) in Thousand Oaks:



Local youths called to Torah in Thousand Oaks The following were recently called to the Torah at the Center for Early Jewish Education (CEJE) in Thousand Oaks: Steven Snyder, son of Janet and Richard Snyder of Agoura Hills. His parents presented him with a tallit. Also participating in the service were his grandparents, Jack and Estelle Ergas, and his younger […]

For the record



In the May 16 issue, an incorrect phone number was provided for Rise & Shine Coffee House in Calabasas. The correct phone number is (818) 880-6545.

Senior band seeks help



The Music Makers, a senior group that entertains at retirement homes, schools and for a variety of organizations, are seeking some new members to round out their sound and help them to continue their tradition of providing community entertainment. In particular, they’re anxious to find a violin player as well as a non-professional singer (male or female). Rehearsals are once […]

Debutantes debut at Sherwood



Pet first aid training offered



Ventura County residents can learn how to handle pet emergencies in the Pet First Aid course to be offered by the American Red Cross from 8 a.m. to noon on June 8 at the chapter’s program headquarters, 2355 Portola Road, Ventura. Pet owners will learn basic first aid techniques for cats and dogs that suffer from illness, injury or a […]

CVUSD will host retirement party today



Conejo Valley Unified School District will host the 19th annual Retirement Recognition Ceremony for retiring employees at 5 p.m. on Thurs., May 30 in the Board of Education meeting room in the south building of the district office, 1400 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The retirees will receive Retirement Awards presented by Neil Schmidt, interim superintendent; the Board of Education; […]


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