2002-08-22

Councilwoman says mayor nearly jeopardized Calabasas grant



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer During Mayor Lesley Devine’s absence at a recent Calabasas City Council meeting, City Councilwoman Janice Lee accused her of jeopardizing the city’s chances for an $8 million library state grant. The council recently appointed a consultant to complete the library grant application by a deadline of 5 p.m., Fri., June 14. According to Lee, […]

On the Trail

Hiking with Half-Pint

Man, talk about trepidation. My neighbor’s young child expressed interest in going on a hike with me. I’m still not exactly sure what the allure was. Though interested in typical little girl stuff, she’s uncommonly bright about subjects in the natural world. Still, she has the attention span of a 9 year old. She’ll say, "I’ll ask my parents if […]

Culinary arts degree awarded



David Davidoski of Agoura Hills earned his associate degree in culinary arts from the Culinary Institute of America. The son of Patricia and Paul Davidoski, he is a 1996 graduate of Agoura High School. Davidoski’s career goal is to travel to Europe to pursue a position in a restaurant in France.

Sheriff’s blotter

Agoura Hills

Four English riding saddles valued at $3,000 each were stolen from a locked storage room at a riding stable on Triunfo Canyon Road Aug. 7. The lock was cut, deputies say. A $4,500 laptop computer and $350 in personal items were stolen from a vehicle at the 30000 block of Agoura Road Aug. 9. The broken windshield that was used […]

‘Movies on the Lawn’ is good fun

T.O. Acorn Editor

Conejo Valley and Las Virgenes families, especially those with young children, are always on the outlook for good old-fashioned, family fun. And on Saturday night, with its second installment of "Movies on the Lawn," that’s just what Hyatt Westlake Plaza is offering. The program is a family-style barbecue followed by a movie projected on a large, outdoor screen. While some, […]

Six to seek three seats on Oak Park Unified’s Board of Education



Six to seek three seats on Oak Park Unified’s Board of Education Half a dozen people have filed to run in the Nov. 5 election for the three open seats on the Oak Park Unified School District (OPUSD) Board of Education. The vacant seats will be filled by the three highest vote getters. Incumbents Robert "Bob" H. Kahn and Cindy […]

Local bank helps poor people



Datebook



THURS., AUG. 22 Let’s Get Personal About computers that is. Thousand Oaks Personal Computer Club answers questions about hardware and software at 6 p.m. at Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. (805) 496-8053 Chamber Luncheon Calabasas Chamber of Commerce hosts Chamber’s monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento, Calabasas. Guest speaker is L.A. […]

Fundraiser benefits ‘Bethlehem Experience’



‘Fab Four’ reunited in Thousand Oaks for Labor Day



Conejo Recreation and Park District will present "Yesterday," a tribute to the Beatles, beginning at 5 p.m. on Labor Day, Sept. 2. The free concert in the park, sponsored by the Thousand Oaks Acorn, will take place at Conejo Community Park, at the corner of Dover and Hendrix avenues in Thousand Oaks. Wearing authentic suits like the ones from the […]


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