2003-05-22

Annual Memorial Day program again set for Pierce Bros. Valley Oaks



Annual Memorial Day program again set for Pierce Bros. Valley Oaks Producing this year’s Memorial Day show at Pierce Bros. Valley Oaks Cemetery has turned out to be one of Hal Geer’s biggest challenges to date. Geer, who’s put together each of the last 11 Memorial Day events at the Westlake Village cemetery, said the nation’s fervent patriotic mood could […]

Sheriff’s Booster Club recognized for good deeds



The Malibu/ Lost Hills Sheriff’s Booster Club recently announced that Chris Grant, chairman of the board and Dep. Mike Gurrola, an advisory board member, have received special recognition awards for Excellence in Volunteer Service for their work with the Special Olympics. Tri-Valley Special Olympics director Jan Maseda presented the awards at the recent Special Olympics area games, which was attended […]

Scouts do their patriotic duty



CITY OF CALABASAS



CITY OF CALABASAS A1–NOTICE INVITING SEALED BIDS LAS VIRGENES ROAD MEDIAN IMPROVEMENTS SPECIFICATION NO. 98-9-10 FEDERAL FUNDED PROJECT #HP21L-5463 (010) IN THE CITY OF CALABASAS, CALIFORNIA PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Calabasas as AGENCY, invites sealed bids for the above stated project and will receive such bids in the office of the City Clerk, 26135 Mureau […]

OCHS boys win first-ever volleyball playoff match

Special to The Acorn

Oaks Christian hosted—sort of—its first ever appearance in the boys’ California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) volleyball tournament last Friday night at Oak Park High School. They were playing in nearby Oak Park because Oaks Christian’s gym was already reserved for other use. So although they weren’t really hosting the match, the Lions trounced Desert Christian of Lancaster in three games, 15-5, […]

Summertime blooms with opportunities for teenagers to earn money, help parents



Finding summer work is a priority for many teens, especially with the economy in a slump and families facing tough financial times. However, with unemployment at its highest rate in decades, traditional employment will be tough to find. Becoming a summer entrepreneur may be the answer. Here are some businesses that can be up and running in days with little […]

Garden Club says ‘Thank you’



On behalf of the Westlake Village Garden Club, I want to thank The Acorn for the outstanding coverage it gave to our annual Garden and Patio tour. We are delighted to report that the tour was a success, thus enabling us to continue our tradition of awarding scholarships to students in the fields of horticulture and environmental science. In June, […]

Nearby festivals a sure sign that summer is almost here



Seniors discuss current events

They meet on Wednesday afternoons

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services Senior Recreation Program is offering a "Current Events Discussion Group" for adults age 50 and up from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Wednesdays at the Agoura Hills Recreation Center, 30610 Thousand Oaks Blvd. The program is geared toward those who are interested in participating in an informal, in-depth discussion of current events […]

CITY OF AGOURA HILLS

CASE NO. 03-CUP-005
NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING


CITY OF AGOURA HILLS CASE NO. 03-CUP-005 NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING THE CITY OF AGOURA HILLS HAS SCHEDULED A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN APPLICATION THAT HAS BEEN FILED. THE REVIEWING BODY WOULD BE VERY INTERESTED IN ANY THOUGHTS YOU MAY HAVE RELATIVE TO THIS MATTER, EITHER DURING THE HEARING OR IN WRITING PRIOR TO THE HEARING. APPLICANT: INFRANEXT, INC. for […]


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