2002-07-11

Sports Junkie

Quick Take

One can’t necessarily predict what will happen tomorrow by what happened yesterday. That’s why there are so many upsets in sports. A perfect example of this is the 2002 edition of the L.A. Dodgers. Yes, Steve Holt, editor of The Acorn, I deserve the good-natured zings you gave me yesterday about my earlier writings about this team. The season isn’t […]

Children should recite the First Amendment instead of Pledge of Allegiance



Children should recite the First Amendment instead of Pledge of Allegiance Hey I think there is more than one side to the conflict in the Middle East and I liked the cartoon. I resent the insinuation that one side is more patriotic than others. But this isn’t what I wanted to write about. I wanted to write about the Pledge […]

City of Agoura Hills to host an Open House, get input on Agoura Village



The public is invited to attend an Open House to learn more about and provide feedback on the city of Agoura Hills’ Strategic Action Plan for future development of Agoura Village at 6 p.m. next Tues., July 16 in the community room at City Hall, 30001 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills. The Agoura Village concept would provide a pedestrian-oriented retail center […]

Senior Retreat hosts Chamber mixer



Retirees volunteer, help the community



The Conejo Valley Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) provides a variety of community programs and volunteer opportunities. RSVP is sponsored by the Conejo Recreation & Park District and Corporation for National Service. Senior adults are invited to "make a difference" in the community by sharing their time, skills and energy to help local residents in need. Men and women […]

Good packing important to stress-free vacations



It’s not just about where you’re going this summer, it’s about what you’re bringing and how you’re bringing it. Packing––the one detail that people don’t give much thought to when planning a vacation––can make the difference between a fun trip and a frustrating one, especially when kids are involved. Christine Loomis, former family travel editor of Parents magazine offers these […]

Calabasas summer baseball has the tools

Acorn Sports Writer

The Calabasas summer baseball team improved to 13-4-2 with a 7-1 win over Alemany last Sunday in a game played at Calabasas High School. The day before, Calabasas was defeated 3-2 in extra innings vs. Valencia. Calabasas, Valencia and Alemany are part of the Valley Invitational Baseball League (VIBL), which is comprised of 19 high schools, including Cleveland, Sylmar, Hart, […]

Loved the concert



I just wanted to write and thank you for your sponsorship of the wonderful concert at Chumash Park on June 16. Peter Noone and Herman’s Hermits were delightful. I was visiting in Santa Barbara that weekend and my daughter and I decided to make the trip for this show. You have a lovely town. I hope the weather remains nice […]

Garbage collection fees going up in Oak Park



Garbage collection fees going up in Oak Park Ventura County officials have approved a $2 per month garbage rate increase in Oak Park starting Aug. 1. About 2,000 residents of the unincorporated community who live west of Kanan Road will see their monthly waste disposal bill increase from $18.72 to $20.95, according to the county’s Solid Waste Management Department. Residents […]

Boost your business savvy; attend a SCORE seminar

SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives, will offer the following seminars designed to help new business owners and operators conduct their businesses successfully:

Boost your business savvy; attend a SCORE seminar SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives, will offer the following seminars designed to help new business owners and operators conduct their businesses successfully: "Developing Your Business Plan" seminar is from 9 a.m. to noon on Tues., July 16 and is designed to help people in the area of business plan development […]


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