2003-02-13

Endorsement was unanimous



The Calabasas Park Homeowners’ Association recently endorsed city council candidate Barry Groveman for the Tues., March 4 election. Two seats will be filled. The decision was decided by the board of directors of the group. Of the 17 members, 12 showed up to vote. According to CPHA president Helene Regen, the vote for Groveman was unanimous.

Free seminars address ‘Care for the Caregiver’ to those who help the elderly

Sessions are set for Feb. 21, March 3

Sessions are set for Feb. 21, March 3 Villa Esperanza Services is offering "Care for the Caregiver," an educational seminar for caregivers of the elderly. There’s no cost to participants. The schedule is as follows. From 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. 21 at Goebel Senior Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. From 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mon., […]

Medders is back, Eagles very optimistic

Acorn Sports Writer

Lyndsey Medders missed eight games early in the season with a knee injury. But even more damaging, she was later declared ineligible— albeit temporarily as it turned out —causing her to miss six more games. "It was hard to sit on the bench," said Medders, who helped Lindsay Strothers as coach when she wasn’t in the lineup. "But everybody’s been […]

Voters need to pass

Measure A, elect
two new faces


Measure A, elect two new faces I don’t believe the utility tax is vital to Calabasas’ health. Cityhood advocates pledged officially that no new taxes were needed to launch the city. They believed this and they were correct. But when a fluke opportunity arose to convert a temporary L.A. County levy into a permanent tax, the original city council reversed […]

Theater funds may go to multipurpose building



By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer The Oak Park Theater Building Committee (OPTBC) met at Oak Park High School last week to consider a formal proposal that its funds–$27,000–(originally raised for a performing arts theater in Oak Park) be used for the high school’s Multipurpose Building (MPB) currently under construction on campus. In addition to the proposal, updated information was […]

Datebook



THURS., FEB. 13 Catch Comedy Sportz Agoura High School, G Building, 28545 Driver Ave., Agoura Hills: Comedy Sportz features junior varsity at 6 p.m. and varsity at 7 p.m. in "Battle of the Sexes." $3-$5. (818) 879-6542 Woodland Hills Gals Woodland Hills Women’s Club meets monthly on second Thursday of the month at Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento. For time […]

Oak Park girls’ basketball coach hospitialized

He might be back in time for playoffs

Lindsay Strothers, head coach of Oak Park girls’ basketball, was hospitalized over the weekend and wasn’t expected back for Tuesday’s home game vs. Carpinteria. The game was Seniors’ Night for the Eagles. Oak Park won a California Interscholastic Federation championship with Strothers two years ago. John Medders, a physician and the father of Oak Park standout guard Lyndsey Medders, spoke […]

Reelect Lee and Washburn



Reelect Lee and Washburn Bravo to Toby Keeler. I am completely in accord with his letter published in the Jan. 30 Acorn. Keeler hit the nail on the head. The Calabasas City Council may have their contentious moments. However, I have attended many city council meetings and watched even more on CTV, and I find the council to be made […]

New business finally clicks



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer What do you get when cappuccino meets the Internet? Is it an Internet café or a cyber arcade? Agoura Hills officials aren’t sure what to call the new business being proposed for their city, but one thing’s for sure, it’s the first of its kind to come to the local area. Westlake Village resident […]

New store opens




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