2004-01-29

New planning commission appointed in Agoura Hills



By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer Stephen Rishoff and Curtis Zacuto were recently appointed to the Agoura Hills Planning Commission, replacing long-time commissioners Ray Shackelford and Diane Walker, who announced their retirements in December. The planning commission is comprised of five volunteers, all of whom are residents of Agoura Hills. According to Agoura Hills Mayor Dan Kuperberg, each city council […]

What’s for lunch?



What’s for lunch?

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Quick Take

Quick Take In an incredible performance, Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Brian Boucher allowed his first goal in six games on Jan. 11 He established the NHL’s modern era mark of five shutouts and a record 332 minutes and one second of shutout goaltending. That record is going to live for a very long time. Story of the Week It wasn’t his […]

Drama with dinner coming to Agoura High



Agoura High School will present its annual Murder Mystery Dinner event at 6 p.m. Fri. and Sat., Feb. 6 and 7 at the school, 28545 Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. Written by seniors Kaley McMahon and Nicole Barischoff, the mystery play "Who Wants to Murder a Millionaire?" will be performed. Senior Kerry Lacy will direct the production. The play is a […]

Calabasas Chamber has new board



By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer It was a gala affair at last week’s Calabasas Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Calabasas Inn, where the gavel was turned over to a new board of directors, awards were accepted and eloquent speeches received standing ovations from chamber members. Lilianne Chaumont, 2003 chairman of the board, accepted commendations from many state and local […]

Jewish hiking club forming



The West Valley Jewish Community Center (JCC) is teaming up with Mosaic Outdoors to form a new JCC hiking club, the J Challengers, for their Young Adult Outreach Program for singles and couples 21-45. Their first hike will be on Sun., Feb. 1 in Topanga State Park from Trippett Ranch to Eagle Rock, a moderate hike of about five miles […]

Calabasas aims for soccer playoffs behind a strong defense

Acorn Sports Writer

The Calabasas boys’ soccer team improved to 5-1-1 in Marmonte League play and 12-3-3 overall when it defeated Moorpark, 2-0, in a game played last Friday. Warren Doyle, a senior fullback, and Jason Kletzky, a senior midfielder, scored the two Coyote goals. Recently, John Reich, the longtime Calabasas head coach, spoke with The Acorn about the current soccer season. "We’ve […]

Elvis impersonators say ‘thank you very much’ in tribute



Elvis impersonator Raymond Michael will be featured as the King of Rock ’n’ Roll, Elvis Presley, in the California Lutheran University Alumni Association’s 16th annual "Tribute to the King of Rock ’n’ Roll" at 8 p.m. Sat., Jan. 31 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. A CLU alumnus and resident of Moorpark, Michael has been […]

City of Calabasas to award service grants



Wildlife rehabilitation groups, Meals on Wheels, women’s domestic violence shelters and arson prevention agencies are among the nonprofit organizations that have benefited from grants in Calabasas. Community service organizations must submit applications for grants by next Wed., Feb. 4. The city will give up to $5,000 to qualified groups, according to city officials. This funding cycle is the second round […]

Sign up now for ArtWalk ‘04 set for June in Thousand Oaks



Sign up now for ArtWalk ‘04 set for June in Thousand Oaks Artists, musicians, food concessionaires and volunteers are invited to participate in ArtWalk ’04, a fine arts and designer crafts outdoor exhibition that’s observing its 17th year in Conejo Valley. Sponsored by the Conejo Valley Art Museum with the assistance of the Conejo Recreation and Park District, the exhibit […]


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