2002-09-26

Special evening will celebrate living history at the turn of the century



Special evening will celebrate living history at the turn of the century Step back in time at "An Evening on the Conejo," a living history presentation featuring an authentic period meal, on Fri. and Sat., Oct. 4 and 5, and Fri. and Sat., Oct. 11 and 12 at Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. An annual […]

Volunteers asked to join group that raises money to fight cancer



The Conejo Valley Guild of the Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation (JCCF) at UCLA is currently conducting its annual membership drive, which will culminate with a Champagne Membership Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wed., Oct. 16 at Wood Ranch Golf Club, 310 Wood Ranch Pkwy., Simi Valley. The cost is $20 and reservations are required by Fri., Oct. 4. The guild’s mission […]

Calabasas residents who trimmed their neighbor’s tree have listed their house, will relocate



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Caroline and Scott Scharg of Calabasas—the couple that trimmed their neighbor’s oak tree without city approval last November and who have refused to pay the city’s mitigation fees—recently put their house up for sale. A city ordinance in Calabasas requires a permit to cut or remove any indigenous oak tree within the city limits. […]

MICHAEL COONS/The Acorn



LOOSE BALL—Brian Lasley of Calabasas fumbles the ball as he’s tackled by Anthony Bellinghere of Oak Park during last Friday’s football game. Calabasas prevailed over the Eagles, winning 21-0.

Methodist pastors to trace spiritual journeys



Methodist pastors to trace spiritual journeys The congregation’s three pastors will continue sharing their spiritual journeys in a class meeting at 9 and 10:30 a.m. in Alton Hall at the United Methodist Church, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village, during the next five weeks. They will take turns giving the message in worship on those Sundays. Senior Pastor Rob Calderhead will […]

Boys and Girls Club uses the wrong approach in Thousand Oaks



I agree with your disappointment over Westlake Village’s decision not to work with the Boys and Girls Club to build a permanent center in Westlake Village. However, I am also disappointed that the Boys and Girls Club is not pursuing construction of a permanent stand-alone center for the city of Thousand Oaks. Instead, they have chosen an ill-conceived plan to […]

Gramophone lover cranks up the music

T.O. Acorn Editor

Ken Kilbourne has had a lifelong love affair with gramophones. "The first one I ever saw was in her basement when we were about 13," said the Newbury Park resident, nodding toward his wife Barbara. The early romantic spark helped the couple stay together for over 45 years. Kilbourne currently has 40 of the antique music makers in his collection, […]

City attorneys swap places in Westlake, Beverly Hills



Westlake Village has a new city attorney. Terrence Boga was named to replace Larry Wiener as the chief legal counsel for the city at the Sept. 11 meeting of the city council. Wiener, a lawyer with the firm of Richards, Watson & Gershon, has been the city attorney in Westlake Village for nearly nine years. However, he’s also the city […]

For the record



Regarding a story last week, there was no role call vote of the city council on a Boys and Girls Club proposal for Westlake Village. The council did, however, reach a consensus to table the matter until December.

Gabler stands out at Maccabi’s



The Los Angles boys’ 13 and 14 year-old basketball team won the gold medal at this summer’s Maccabi Games by defeating a team from Brooklyn, 90-65, in the Gold Medal game. Los Angeles was led by Daniel Gabler, a sophomore at Calabasas High School, who scored 22 points, had 16 rebounds, six assists and four steals in the Gold Medal […]


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