2004-10-28

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Lost Hills opens its doors



THURS., OCT. 28



THURS., OCT. 28 Chamber Luncheon John Mundy, general manager of Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, will discuss "After It Goes Down the Drain, Then What?" at Calabasas Chamber of Commerce luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento, Calabasas. $25-$30. RSVP: (818) 222-5680 Norman Rockwell Walker Financial Partners, an agency of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., will sponsor […]

Quick Take



One of my frequent Sports Junkie e-mail pals is a very sports-savvy guy named Jonathan Krost. I would not go "all in" against him in a trivia contest; my sports knowledge pales by comparison to his. He happens to be from my hometown of St. Louis. I had the pleasure of spending an evening with him in a local sports […]

Moms to host yard, bake sale



The Oak Park Moms Club will host its annual Charity Yard and Bake Sale from 7 a.m. to noon Sat., Nov. 6 at 6613 Bayberry St., Oak Park. Items for sale will include men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, toys, furniture, kitchenware and more. Proceeds from the sale will benefit local women’s and children’s charities. For more information, please call Krissy […]

Reelect Kalember



As an active 18-year resident and taxpayer in Oak Park, I support the reelection of Jim Kalember as a trustee for the Oak Park School District. Jim has been instrumental in developing the outstanding "culture of excellence" across the district K-12. I currently have two students in school and one other who graduated from Oak Park’s excellent programs. For the […]

Affordable-housing workshop in Agoura Hills focuses on teachers, cops



By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com To comply with state laws that call for affordable housing, the city of Agoura Hills is considering its options. Subsidies for first-time homebuyers and seniors—but especially teachers, police officers and other public servants (who ordinarily couldn’t afford to live in Agoura Hills)––were the focus of a recent workshop between the Agoura Hills City Council and the […]

Workers want better health benefits



SAT., OCT. 30



SAT., OCT. 30 Yerba Buena Carnival Yerba Buena Elementary School, 5844 N. Larboard Lane, Agoura Hills, will present a small Halloween Carnival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring games, magic show, crafts, costume contest and more. (818) 735-9965 Leslie

New basketball head coach has Coyotes working in the right direction



By Kyle Jorrey jorrey@theacorn.com Coaches who have undertaken the daunting task of turning around a losing program have learned over time one very important fact—before your players can start winning games, they’ve got to convince themselves that they have the ability to do so. Tamara McDonald, new head girls’ basketball coach at Calabasas High School, clearly understands this concept, and […]


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