2003-07-24

Library grant still possible in Calabasas



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Calabasas is still in the running for a library grant in the amount of $8.3 million, according to Calabasas special projects coordinator Matthew Hayden. If awarded the money, the city will build a new library as part of the civic center project. The city now leases space for the existing library. The Calabasas City […]

Fishing club helps disadvantaged youth



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Each year, the Ventura County Sport Fishing Club takes a group of disadvantaged youth out to sea and gives them a day of fishing they might not ever enjoy. The kids are usually wards of the court—often abused or in some kind of trouble, said club spokesman Wayne Pulver. A group of about 50 […]

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY



Notice is hereby given under and pursuant to Chapter 10 Section 21705 of the Division 8 of the Business and Professional Code and provisions of Section 21703. The right, title, and interest of the following person or persons listed below will be sold at Public Auction Sale at AGOURA SELF STORAGE, 29301 Agoura Road, Agoura CA 91301, on July 27, […]

Sports Junkie

Quick Take

Quick Take The NFL season opened on June 27 as the New England Patriots hammered the Miami Dolphins, 25-8. Wait a minute now; that wasn’t a football game. It was actually a baseball game; Boston’s Red Sox bombed the Florida Marlins by the above-mentioned score, 25-8. Boston actually scored 14 runs in the first inning and scored 10 runs before […]

Local flute choir heads for Vegas



The Conejo Valley Flute Society (CVFS) directed by Toby Caplan-Stonefield of Westlake Village has been selected to perform at the National Flute Association Convention in Las Vegas from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 7 at the Riviera Hotel. They will be performing "Overture on Hebrew Themes" by Prokofieff/Ben-Meir and "Faces" by James Christensen. The CVFS (a flute choir) is […]

Love one another–and make your own popcorn



Love one another–and make your own popcorn Love one another–and make your own popcorn Be especially nice to your significant other right now because tempers go up with heat and humidity. While almost any adult is capable of exploding, husbands and wives are the most volatile. Children almost annoyingly can ignore hot weather, but their moms and dads can go […]

Local church hosts health, safety expo



United Way tabs Malmquist for major gifts role



Diana Malmquist of Westlake Village has joined United Way of Ventura County as a director of major gifts. Malmquist has a background of fundraising, marketing and public relations and is a long-time resident of the Conejo Valley. Her past fundraising efforts include the New West Symphony, The Wellness Community—Valley/Ventura, Stagecoach Inn Museum, California Lutheran University and the United Way of […]

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT


FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: 1) THE WESTLAKE ENTERTAINMENT GROUP 2) ALAN MARK MANAGEMENT 3) WESTLAKE MUSIC 4)COUNTRY CREEK RECORDS 5) COUNTRY CREEK MUSIC 6) GONE FISHIN’ ENTERTAINMENT 7) BIG BASS PRODUCTIONS 8) SIN CITY RECORDS 3835 R East Thousand Oaks Blvd., #302 CA 91362. Alan M. Shapiro 2649 Country Ln. Westlake Village, CA […]

California Oaks looks to Connie Mack playoffs

Special to The Acorn

It’s only their first year of playing Connie Mack League baseball, but the California Oaks 18-years-old team includes eight Conejo Valley/Las Virgenes players. They hope to make 2003 a memorable season by going deep into the playoffs. The team has played at Blair Field in Long Beach, Cal State Fullerton, Cerritos College and USC through this week and hopes to […]


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