2005-03-09

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Agoura Hills chiropractor participates in national survey



George Harris, D.C., a chiropractor in Agoura Hills, recently participated in a research project for the chiropractic profession. Harris was among 10 percent of the nation’s full-time licensed chiropractors who were randomly selected to represent the profession by providing information for a "Survey of Chiropractic Practice." Working in conjunction with state licensing board members, educators and other practitioners, the survey […]

Westlake Village Art Guild sponsors juried art show



High school seniors in Conejo Valley are invited to participate in a juried art show sponsored by the Westlake Village Art Guild. The exhibition will be held March 16 through 25 at the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery at 2331 Borchard Road, Newbury Park. Submission categories are: watercolor/watermedia; oil and acrylic; computer art; 3D ceramic, sculpture and construction; photography—film and digital; […]

Calabasas



Coyotes Head Coach: Bret Saberhagen (1st season) Last year: 12-11, 7-7 in league (4th in Marmonte) Biggest loss: Drew Saberhagen, P Notable returnees: Milan Kacar, SS/P; Carter Whitman, P; Spencer Silverstein, 3B; Kevin Goldman, catcher; Max Skore, OF Key Newcomer: Adam Dong, sophomore, DH Pitching Ace: Carter Whitman Big bat: Max Skore Overview: First-year head coach Bret Saberhagen inherits a […]

One person can make a difference



One person can make a difference I would like to thank The Acorn for the article acknowledging a fantastic person and long-time volunteer who lives in the city of Agoura Hills: Mr. Bob Hitner. Bob is the gentleman who gives up his time and energy to keep the gateway of Liberty Canyon free of trash and debris. It seems that […]

Interactive dinner theater through May



Most dinner theater events feature a lot more action on stage than in the audience, but the Gypsy Players are presenting a unique murder mystery dinner theater event that features interactive byplay between actors and diners. In interactive theater, the action is all around; actors may sit at a diner’s table or the diner himself might be a suspect. Everyone […]

Our House seeks volunteers to lead grief support groups



Our House seeks volunteers to lead grief support groups Our House, an organization that provides the community with grief support services, education, resources and hope, is seeking volunteers to lead grief support groups for children who have suffered the loss of a mother or father as well as for adults who have lost a spouse, partner, parent, sibling or child. […]

Kindergarten, new student registration set to begin



Kindergarten and new students may enroll this month in the Oak Park Unified School District. Students who have a sibling attending Red Oak Elementary School will register from 9 to 11 a.m. on Mon. and Tues., March 21 and 22. For Brookside and Oak Hills Elementary Schools, new students who have a sibling attending may register from 1 to 4 […]

Pet of the Week

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Acorn Newspapers


JANN HENDRY/ Acorn Newspapers COOL CAT—Serenity, a three-year-old male short- hair, can be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. To take Serenity home, ask for identification No. A3324185. Occasionally, pets have already been adopted, so please call (818) 991-0071 first or visit http://animalcontrol. co.la.ca.us.

Big phat praise for McKagan



Big phat praise for McKagan We are so grateful to have been a part of the Big Phat Band Concert at Lindero Canyon Middle School. We’d like to echo Gordon Goodwin’s praise of great music teachers like Matt McKagan who teaches our students to value "music of substance." How thrilling to see our kids line up for autographs from these […]