2005-06-16

Oak Park chools seek taxpayer help again

Bond measure considered

In an attempt to survive the statewide budgetary cuts in education, Oak Park Unified School District officials plan to go back to the community and ask residents to pass a school bond that could appear on the ballots as early as June 2006. The amount of the bond is still undecided and will be guided by a school district master […]

Lucky ducks



Graduates look to the future



Viewpoint School’s Headmaster, Dr. Robert J. Dworkoski, presented diplomas to the Upper School’s Class of 2005 on Sat., June 11 at the Rasmussen Family Pavilion on the school’s Calabasas campus. With 1,158 students, the kindergarten through twelfth grade nonprofit school is the sixth largest member of the California Association of Independent Schools. At the graduation ceremony, David Sheftell of Calabasas, […]

Ferial Masry to speak at Adat Chaverim



Adat Chaverim, the Valley Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, will host Ferial Masry following services at 7:30 p.m. Fri., June 17 at 13164 Burbank Blvd., Sherman Oaks. Masry was an unsuccessful candidate for the 37th Assembly District last year. Masry will reflect on her religious experiences growing up female in the Middle East, Europe and the U.S. She will also offer […]

Did city council bend the facts



Agoura Hills City Council launched an unfounded attack last week against the county of Los Angeles, claiming that it had not been consulted regarding Heschel West’s project adjacent to Agoura Hills. What a shameless effort to rewrite history! Heschel West purchased its land off Chesebro in 1998. Heschel widely discussed its plans to build with virtually every agency in the […]

Cul-de-sac Location in a Gated Community



A great location at the end of a cul-de-sac featuring four bedrooms, three baths, and a downstairs bedroom/ office. Other features include a family room adjacent to the kitchen, breakfast room, and formal dining room. Amenities include hardwood floors, plantation shutters throughout and attached 3-car garage. This home is situated in a gated community on a premium lot with large […]

High school graduations commence



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Stop spending so much money on foreign aid to countries that continue to harass and denounce the United States, urged Agoura Congressman Barry M. Goldwater, Jr., this week in The Acorn in 1975. Instead, he proposed using the money to help resettle 120,000 Vietnamese refugees. The $72 billion deficit in the federal budget that year would push interest rates up, […]

Viewpoint School 2005 graduates



Jessica Aaronson, Daylin Ackerman, Aaron Adelson, Daniel Agarwal, Ariel Alter, Neena Ananda, Kaylee Araujo, Leah Aronoff, Jonathan Baskin, Nigel Beckmeier, Blake Beisswanger, Hayley Bock, Elisabeth Braun, Jennifer Breger, Kourtney Carlberg, Ann Chang, Kimberly Choate, Ashim Chopra, Charles Ciongoli, Christopher Collier, Grace Coryell and Matthew Crooks Dhruv Datta, Brent Davis, Taylor Davis, Alyssa Demus, Nathan DeRemer, Erica Deutsch, Jaclyn Dry, Katelyn […]

Calvary Church to host young worship band



The One Way Worship band will perform from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sat., June 18 at Calvary Community Church, 5495 Via Rocas, Westlake Village. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and admission is free. For more information call the concert hotline at (805) 493-2999. The concert program is described as “an invigorating night of worshipping God in a redefined way.” […]


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