2003-05-08

Triple your pleasure with the Adams family



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Usually three’s a crowd, but Sean, Craig and Jonathan Adams of Agoura Hills are about as close as siblings can be. Fine athletes and good students, the threesome have all become outstanding young men. In August, however, the triplets will be leaving home and heading off to college. Left in their wake will be […]

Calabasas High School music program earns top honors in New York

Special to The Acorn

The Calabasas High School Wind Ensemble and Vivace choir have returned home as winners from the Heritage Festival in New York. Both groups led Calabasas to a sweep of the competition, receiving top honors in all categories for which they were eligible. The trip was originally scheduled for late March, but was cancelled by Las Virgenes Unified School District due […]

Ixia named winner in awards program



Calabasas-bases Ixia (Nasdaq: XXIA), a leading provider of high-speed, multiport network performance analysis and optimization systems, announced recently that eWeek, a Ziff Davis Media publication and one of the IT industry’s leading newsweeklies, has named Ixia’s "Real World Traffic™ Suite—for the Enterprise" a winner in the publication’s Third Annual Excellence Awards program in the category of IT Quality Assurance Tools. […]

Kaye excels in triathlon at Wildflower



Kaye excels in triathlon at Wildflower Agoura High School senior, swimmer and water polo player, J.J. Kaye (featured here in The Acorn last week), competed in the Wildflower Olympic Triathlon last Sunday. In his age group, 17-19, Kaye, who will attend UCLA next fall, won with a time of 2:27:14. There were 2,465 competitors overall out of which Kaye finished […]

Missions Fair and breakfast coming to Westlake church



Westlake Community Christian Church (WCCC) will host its third annual Missions Fair at 9:30 a.m. Sun., May 18 at North Ranch Community Center, 1400 N. Westlake Blvd. at Valley Spring Dr. This year’s fair attendees will be treated to breakfast while having the opportunity to meet with representatives from several local organizations and ministries supported by the church that provide […]

Two attorneys move on in Calabasas



Two attorneys move on in Calabasas The jury is still out, but it appears that at least one and possibly two lawyers are being divorced or are separating themselves from city hall in Calabasas. The city attorney has resigned and the press won’t miss him. Charles Vose rarely returned phone calls from reporters. We can’t understood how any city official, […]

Homeless veterans find a new home

Oaks Christian, Calvary welcome weekend camp

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer For the past 10 years, Stand Down, a weekend camp-out event for homeless veterans, has taken place at the Ventura College football field. But Ventura College can no longer host it because the newly refurbished football field is now synthetic instead of grass; tent poles would damage the surface. But Oaks Christian School and […]

Benefit to help leukemia patients



Borderline Bar and Grill will host a benefit concert for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Greater Los Angeles at 8:30 p.m. Fri., May 9 at 99 Rolling Oaks Drive, Thousand Oaks. The acoustic concert will feature country artists James Intveld, Mark Sellers, Jeff Tyler and Jeff Klein. There will also be a silent auction, with viewing and bidding beginning […]

Mustang Marketing wins award for

United Way newsletter

Mustang Marketing wins award for Mustang Marketing & Advertising, a full-service advertising agency based in Westlake Village, recently won a United Way of America award for creating and producing United Way of Ventura County’s fall 2002 newsletter Community Connections. The newsletter featured United Way’s community events, campaign kickoff celebration, developments and partnerships. The newsletter was distributed throughout Ventura County to […]

Lions unbeaten



The Oaks Christian softball team remained undefeated in Frontier League play (9-0) and improved to 21-2 overall when it beat Santa Paula, 2-1, behind the pitching of senior Ashlee Freeman and the hitting of junior second baseman Tiffany Day. Day drove in two runs with a single in the bottom of the sixth inning, in a game played at Oaks […]


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