2003-06-26

Words of

Hope

Words of By Dr. Jon Wilson Playing by the Rules? In my early exposure to Christianity, I was taught that to be a "true Christian" I had to live according to a list of rules which, I was told, would "set me apart from the world." Christianity primarily consisted of a bunch of rules—dos and don’ts. Christians don’t dance, smoke […]

Harrison isn’t always accurate



Harrison isn’t always accurate Again, Councilman Michael Harrison has it wrong. He stated at the June 18 Calabasas council meeting that an additional $50,000 was wasted on having to "redo" a second round application to the Office of Library Construction and Renovation Board (OLC) for a library grant, as the initial application "wasn’t done properly." In fact, the actual amount […]

Farmers’ Market has an anniversary



Farmers’ Market has an anniversary The Calabasas Farmers’ Market will begin its 11th year in July. The market offers flowers, poultry, seafood, produce, baked goods, takeaway foods and gift items in addition to entertainment, fresh coffee and more. It’s in the heart of Old Town at Calabasas Junction, near Calabasas Creek Park and the Leonis Adobe Museum. The Calabasas Trolley […]

Wellness has a new president



The board of directors of the Wellness Community Valley/Ventura has announced the appointment of Suzanne Drace as president. Since last September, Drace, formerly the interim executive director of United Way of Ventura County and the Boys and Girls Club of Oxnard and Point Hueneme, has held the position of acting president after the Wellness Community implemented a new administrative restructuring […]

Agoura Bible Fellowship to install new pastor



The Rev. Thomas Brewer will be officially installed as senior pastor of Agoura Bible Fellowship at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. worship services on Sun., June 29 on the church campus at 5564 Foothill Drive, Agoura Hills. A fellowship barbecue will be presented at 5 p.m. with food and music. Brewer had been serving as an "intentional interim" pastor for […]

Just say ‘no’ to Viewpoint School



Viewpoint School is asking the city of Calabasas for permission to tear down those wonderful small bluffs that now hide the school along the Mulholland Scenic Corridor. Instead of being hidden by nature, Viewpoint would then have a major corporate showcase on Mulholland with an entranceway to what looks like "a business park complex," in the words of the Resource […]

Ya, sure, festival is a hit



By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer The Swedish American Central Association (SACA) of Southern California presented its 83rd annual Midsummer Festival on Sunday at Vasa Park in rural Agoura. The mission of SACA, which was established in 1921, is to encourage the preservation of Swedish culture, traditions and customs throughout America as its seeks to further the welfare of Swedish […]

THURS., JUNE 26



Community Awareness Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills sponsors 11th annual Community Awareness Day luncheon from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Calabasas Golf & Country Club, 4515 Park Entrada. $25 includes lunch. (818) 878-1849 The Mayor Is In Calabasas Mayor James Bozajian will be the guest speaker at the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Calabasas Inn, 23500 […]

JCC hosts Literacy Faire



Viewpoint is teaching a lousy lesson



Viewpoint is teaching a lousy lesson Viewpoint School’s environmentally destructive expansion plan, which comes before the Calabasas City Council on June 26, raises questions about what they’re really teaching over there at Viewpoint. As a retired schoolteacher, I know that children learn the real lessons by observing adult behavior. So, while Viewpoint claims on its Website to help children become […]


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