2003-05-01

Temple sends ambulances to Israel

Rabbi

Rabbi’s wish was exceeded Temple Adat Elohim is sending an extraordinary donation to the people of Israel. Rabbi Alan Greenbaum had a dream come true Sunday as the congregation donated two specially equipped ambulances to be sent to Israel. Last summer as tensions increased in Israel and violence in the region grew more frequent, Greenbaum approached the congregation with an […]

Proud of Oak View High School in Oak Park



Proud of Oak View High School in Oak Park I was pleased to read in an April 23 newspaper "Oak View High School Gets Top School Honor." Pleased, of course, but not surprised. Oak View High School has come a long way in accomplishments—has grown in enrollment, along with the entire Oak Park Unified School District—and successes of many students. […]

Calabasas Planning Commission declines to recommend traffic signal for Park Ora, Valmar Road



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer The Calabasas Planning Commission last week discussed a proposed traffic signal for Park Ora and Valmar Road. The item will go to the council for approval at an upcoming meeting. About two years ago, according to Calabasas Traffic and Transportation Manager Robert Yalda, the council discussed a traffic signal for the Park Ora/Valmar Road […]

Temple donates ambulances to Israel



Las Vegas theme with great entertainment promises to be fun while raising funds for multiple sclerosis



The National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society is hosting a black tie optional "Las Vegas Night" fundraiser from 6 p.m. to midnight Fri., May 16 at Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks. Partygoers will be entertained by the music of Captain Cardiac and the Coronaries and may participate in live and silent auctions where many items will be auctioned off. Auction items […]

Archdiocese to end seminary program



The Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced recently that St. John’s Seminary College will no longer admit freshman and sophomore level students, and will move its current collegians to St. John’s Seminary Theologate. The changes will go into effect at the conclusion of the 2002-2003 academic year. Both the college and theologate are in Camarillo. The seminaries prepare men for ordination […]

Arts Festival to draw major talent

The buzz around town is that this
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The buzz around town is that this year’s festival should be the best ever The annual Calabasas Arts Festival is this weekend, May 3 and May 4, and the buzz around town is that it may be the best show in the six-year history of the event. Among the more than 200 artisans in attendance will be Bruce Meeks, a […]

If Words Could Talk



By Bill E. Brock Where’s Bob? "Baghdad Bob" as Mohammed Said Sahaf, the minister of Iraqi misinformation, has been mocked in some circles and has a Website devoted strictly to his outrageous press conferences at www.welovetheiraqiinformation minister.com. For the cult world, the Worldwide Web means he’s arrived (or possibly departed if the rumor is true that he was in the […]

New program should enhance emergency preparedness



The California Safe CoRPS (Communities Ready and Prepared through Service), a statewide initiative to educate communities on emergency preparedness, train volunteers in homeland security and emergency response, and support disaster relief organizations in their efforts, was recently launched. The program is a partnership between the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles, California Conservation Corps (CCC) and Volunteer Center of […]

Fitness bicycle ride is coming up May 10



The Conejo Valley Cyclists will present their annual "Cruisin’ the Conejo" fun and fitness bicycle ride on Sat., May 10. All rides start from the Conexant parking lot at the corner of Hillcrest and Lawrence in Newbury Park. Participants should exit north off the 101 freeway at Rancho Conejo and follow the signs. Registration will open at 6:30 a.m., with […]


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