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Woman feted by Hadassah t

Laurie Rudman of the Conejo Valley Emek Ha Ilanot Hadassah Group has been named a recipient of the 19th annual Hadassah National Leadership Award.  This award pays tribute to members whose leadership accomplishments within Hadassah and civic, educational and cultural organizations reflect Hadassah’s dedication to the principles of the volunteer ethic. Award recipients are selected by their peers and represent […]

Future Foundation extends its deadline for youth sports award

Saturday, Nov. 19 the Conejo/ Las Virgenes Future Foundation is presenting its Fifth Annual CLvFFie (pronounced “cliffy”) Awards Program at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks. The prestigious award recognizes individuals and organizations who have made a positive impact on the community through extraordinary service, volunteerism, monetary donations and/or significant achievements. And for the first year in its history, a […]

Can’t compare Calabasas and Agoura Hills

A recent letter continued the campaign against the city of Agoura Hills by comparing it to Calabasas. Since I’ve lived for more than a decade in each of the cities, let me add a couple of thoughts. Calabasas has a professional politician as mayor who, I am sure, will be running for higher office before he spends much time in […]

Pat Helton

Pat Helton was honored at the PSTA service awards and installation luncheon on June 7, 2005, held at Eric’s Restaurant in Newbury Park. Helton received the ‘Very Special Person Award’ for her service to the students and staff at Colina Middle School in the form of a donation of a telecommunication system valued at $10,000. Helton’s donation to the school […]

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Villa Esperanza honors local man

Jim Bruno, Westlake Village City Council member, and his wife Diane received the Villa Esperanza Advocacy Angels Award for their assistance with job placements for disabled people in Westlake Village. The June 23 awards ceremony in Pasadena included over 170 people. The event raised nearly $60,000 for children and adults with disabilities. Thousand Oaks-basedVilla Esperanza provides services that include care […]

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During the carefree years of my pre-adolescence, one of my favorite TV programs was “The Jetsons,” the after-school cartoon comedy about the trials and tribulations of an out-of-the-ordinary family living thousands of years in the future. From all those unforgettable Jetson moments—who could forget when Rosie turned into an evil housekeeping robot or when Judy almost ran off with Mr. […]

Theater group working toward a goal

After reading the Acorn’s front page article on June 9 stating that the Calabasas City Council is going to put a parking lot on the area that was promised to Spotlight the Arts Foundation for a future small community theatre, I feel compelled to share my feelings. My husband and I have been residents in Calabasas for 37 years. Not […]

Best Fountainwood Buy

Possibly the best buy in Fountainwood, this singlestory home is almost 2,000 square feet and offers four bedrooms and two baths. Other features include a family room, living room, formal dining room, large backyard, smooth vaulted ceilings, and a large kitchen. Amenities are new tile roof, fresh paint, newer carpet, new vinyl double-glass windows and many more upgrades. The home […]

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