2005-04-06

Actors for Autism offers unique program



By Daniel Wolowicz Danielw@theacorn.com Alisa Wolf wanted something very simple for her two kids—a chance to participate. Although both her children are autistic, Wolf wanted to get them involved in local activities like basketball, soccer and various other programs offered by the parks and recreations service. But when coaches and counselors were told of her children’s special needs, Wolf was […]

Medea Creek breakfast on April 13 focuses on health



Medea Creek Middle School invites the community to attend a breakfast at the campus on Wed., April 13, to discuss the benefits of cardiovascular health in the student population. The breakfast is scheduled from 8:15 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Staff and teachers will present the school’s vision for physical education classes and showcaseits new healthy heart technology. The breakfast is […]

‘Music in Motion’ Festival is coming to town



‘Music in Motion’ Festival is coming to town The 11th annual Ventura Music Festival, themed "Music in Motion," will be presented from Thurs., April 28 through Sun., May 8 in Ventura. Under the artistic direction of Nuvi Mehta, "Music in Motion" will present 12 concerts over 10 days. Featured artists include The Festival Gala, Burning River Brass, the Malashock Dance […]

Journey’s End moves to Westlake



Journey’s End, a unique provider of relocation services for individuals and employees, announced the opening of a new office in Westlake Village. Whether moving across the street or across the country, Journey’s End’s programs are designed to take the stress out of the move and create the smoothest transfer possible for the entire family. Journey’s End is a privately-held corporation […]

Charger softball team suffers setback against Newbury Park



By Stephen Dorman Special to The Acorn In their first game since returning from last week’s spring break, the Agoura softball team was rustier than an old crow bar exposed to the winter elements. However, the good news for the Chargers is that they have little time to dwell on the past before hosting the first place Royal Highlanders this […]

How long should residents wait for



project to hatch? Some observations regarding the Guest Opinion by Jeff Reinhardt in last week’s Acorn, "Have patience with Kanan Road." First, the city of Agoura Hills is responsible for funding $23 million, but CalTrans is the controlling agency. Isn’t that like the employer working for the employee? As far as the costly redesigns, who’s paying for that? Next, we […]