2005-09-01

Jeanne Harrison



Dilbeck GMAC Realtors is pleased to announce the addition of Jeanne Harrison to its sales team. Widely known in the community, Harrison was honored by the City of Westlake Village as Citizen of the Year 2004 for her efforts in raising funds to purchase critically needed thermal imaging technology, a device that can save lives, for the Foxfield fire station. […]

Oak Park signs on



The Oak Park Community Center and Gardens located on Kanan Road recently put up its new monument sign. The installation of the six-foot-tall sign marks the completion of the center’s construction. The sandstone sign, etched with green lettering and the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District’s symbol, cost about $8,000, according to district officials. It was designed by district employees. […]

Designer diva



Programs offered to keep seniors in shape



The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services Senior Recreation Program will present a Water Aerobics class from 3 to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Tues., Sept. 20 at the Archstone Apartments complex in Agoura Hills. The fee is $45 per fourweek session. This program is geared towards adults age 50 and above who are interested in a […]

Jewish Community Center to present art exhibition

Hebrew artists featured

The Jewish Federation Valley Alliance’s Finegood Art Gallery is one of Southern California’s largest not-for-profit galleries, and showcases primarily, though not exclusively, Jewish art and artists. The gallery’s next exhibit, “Nature,” will feature the work of 10 Jewish artists and their response to the natural world. In this exhibit, all of the artists, each working in a different manner, use […]

City underestimates opposition to Lowe’s



Near the end of June, The Acorn ran an editorial favoring approval of the Lowe’s development in Westlake Village, despite acknowledging it would contribute to traffic congestion, be an eyesore “no more than Costco,” provide tax revenue for an “already deep-pocketed city,” and stating opponents would continue to fight it because they were “NIMBYS,” but that what was good for […]

Joann Rubino



Joann Rubino of White House Properties was congratulated by owner/broker Marty Williams for July’s top listing agent. With sales of over $2 million, Rubino is a consistent top producer and specializes in both residential and commercial properties in the Conejo and San Fernando Valleys. Reach Joann Rubino at (805) 374-8985.


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