Water board candidate has checkered past with law enforcement, courtrooms

By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer A candidate for Las Virgenes Municipal Water District Board of Directors who has an affinity for luxury cars ran into trouble with the law in the early 1990s that led to a felony auto theft complaint and other serious charges, court records obtained by The Acorn show. Marcus Allen Frishman, a 43-year-old Calabasas resident, […]

Binky Patrol has got it covered

Special to The Acorn

A group of 20 gals, known as the West Valley Chapter of the Binky Patrol, gathered in a small community center in Westlake Village on Saturday with sewing machines, a variety of colored materials and a lot of devotion, taking part in the sixth annual Bink-a-Thon. Binky Patrol is a nonprofit organization that knits, quilts, crochets and sews blankets, and […]

Doria promoted to regional V.P. at First Bank & Trust

Doria promoted to regional V.P. at First Bank & Trust Doria promoted to regional V.P. at First Bank & Trust Diane C. Doria has been promoted to regional vice president, Southern California, at First Bank & Trust’s office at 2797 Agoura Road, Westlake Village. Doria supervises the Southern California sales staff within the Association Services Division. She is responsible for […]

Student attends leadership event

Cary Finkelstein of Oak Park recently attended the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC) in Washington, D.C. NYLC is a leadership development program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit. Finkelstein, a student at Oak Park High School, was among 400 outstanding students from around the country who attended the conference. The theme of NYLC is […]

CLU lectures explore conflict of soul, science

Is the Christian belief that humans are a composite of body and soul being disproved through current developments in neuroscience? Nancey Murphy, Ph.D., Th.D., will address the issue of whether religion and science are heading toward conflict in two lectures at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mon., Nov. 4 in Samuelson Chapel on the California Lutheran University campus, 60 W. […]

They’ll support Fox

We are proud to be counted as supporters for Jeri Fox for the Oak Park School Board. We know that Jeri is the best candidate to represent our interests and concerns as parents with two children in the school system. My wife and I have known Jeri since our eldest daughter entered Brookside Elementary in 1992. Even then she was […]

It’s Halloween

CVTAC to host special events

The Conejo Valley Therapeutic Advisory Council (CVTAC) is currently accepting applications for the 10th annual Holiday Showcase Arts and Crafts Fair. The event is open to the public. On Sun., Nov. 10, CVTAC will present the second annual CVTAC Car Show at the Thousand Oaks Community Center, 2525 N. Moorpark Road, just south of Avenida de Los Arboles. Admission is […]

First California Bank reports income increase

First California Bank reported $1,208,413 in net income for the nine months ending Sept. 30, 2002, which was 31.2 percent higher than the net income generated for the same period in 2001. The bank reported reaching a new milestone on Sept. 30 as its total assets of $201.9 million exceeded the $200 million threshold for the first time in its […]

Student commissioners sought to serve in Calabasas

City council will choose youth members to fill one-year terms

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department is looking for student commissioners to fill a one-year term as a Parks & Recreation or Education Student Commissioner. The student commissioner must be in high school and be a resident of Calabasas. The term of service is one full year with the option to reapply at the end of that year. Student […]