2004-02-19

Chamber breakfast set



The Agoura/Oak Park/Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce is having its networking breakfast on Fri., March 12, at the Lindero Country Club, 5719 Lake Lindero Drive in Agoura Hills. Calabasas City Councilman Barry Groveman is guest speaker for the breakfast beginning at 7:30 a.m. His topic will be "The Ten Commandments for a well run city, and a thriving business community." […]

Assistance League helps

Conejo Valley school childrenknight@theacorn.com

Conejo Valley school children knight@theacorn.com Although the Assistance League of Conejo Valley (ALCV) is in its infancy, the organization has begun a number of projects that benefit our most valuable resource: children. The philanthropic organization has been a member of the National Assistance League since 2000. "We’re still growing and learning where we can best serve the community," says Sylvia […]

Photo contest seeks winning views of the California coast



The California Coastal Commission is sponsoring an amateur photography competition. The contest pays tribute to the resources the Coastal Commission is mandated to protect—California’s coast and ocean. Entrants are encouraged to submit photos of the following subjects: the scenic coast, ways people use the coast, and coastal wildlife. Plants and animals photographed should be native species in their natural setting. […]

Local residents earn collegiate honors

Agoura Hills

Sarah Moses of Agoura Hills, a student in the School of Communication at Northwestern University in Chicago, Ill., was named to the Dean’s List for the fall quarter of the 2003-04 academic year. Students on the Dean’s List have attained a GPA of at least 3.75/4.0. Oak Park Daniel Rees of Oak Park was named to the Dean’s List for […]

PET OF THE WEEK



Stage Door Theater to present father-son dramatic comedy



‘Tribute’ starts Feb. 20 The Stage Door Theatre will present "Tribute," a play revolving around Scottie Templeton, a fun-loving extrovert, and his 21-year-old son, Jud, from Fri., Feb. 20 through Sat., March 27 at 28311 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Written by Bernard Slade, "Tribute" starred Jack Lemmon in both the Broadway production and the movie. Scottie is a womanizer and […]

Calabasas City Council to reorganize next month



The Calabasas City Council will reorganize at a special meeting on Wed., March 17 at city hall. Mayor James Bozajian will step down and Mayor Pro Tem Michael Harrison is scheduled to become mayor, assuming a majority of council members agree. Like most local cities, the council rotates the position of mayor, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the reorganization process […]

Foodbank gives all year-round



Since the need for food at food banks doesn’t end with the holiday season, the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center continues to conduct a drive for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. The community generously contributed 160 pounds of food during the holidays and the Center would like to see that trend continue. In addition to nonperishable food items, the Foodbank […]

Everything You’ll Ever Need in Go-Pedding is Available at Reno Racing



Reno Racing really knows what its customers want. Owners Kathy, Anthony and Chris Brown have been in business for four years and have been racing Go-Peds, Go-Quads, off-road trucks, motorcycles and boats since 1976. They operate a five-star dealer of Go-Ped products, plus they service and repair Go-Peds as well as motorcycles. Kathy Brown is a race official and scorekeeper […]

Golf tournament to benefit baseball



A golf tournament that will benefit student-athletes of Westlake High School’s baseball program is scheduled for Mon., March 1 at Moorpark Country Club, 11800 Championship Drive, Moorpark. The cost of $175 per player will include 18 holes of golf, golf cart, gift bag, barbecue dinner and silent auction. There are numerous sponsorship opportunities available for businesses and individuals interested in […]


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