2006-06-01

WAGS U-14 team wins Thousand Oaks Memorial Day Tournament



Kids to build a playhouse



“Project Kid Build” is the theme of Vacation Bible School at Westminster Presbyterian Church from 9 a.m. to noon, June 26 through 30, at 32111 Watergate Road, Westlake Village. Children from 4 years old through fifth grade are welcome. Participants will build a playhouse to be delivered to the young hurricane victims of Gautier Presbyterian Church in Gautier, Miss. The […]

Jonathan Levey is the choice here



After receiving weeks and weeks of glossy mailers and reading recent letters in The Acorn, I thought it was time to bring another name into the mix for the State Assembly seat: Jonathan Levey. Don’t blindly go where those glossy mailers tell you to. You see the same bold type shouting all the great things a candidate will do and […]

The Aslanian Team



Steven and Caroline Aslanian of The Aslanian Team from Re/Max Olson and Associates Inc., Westlake office, have been commended by Broker/Owner Todd C. Olson and President Keith Myers for their April sales production totaling more than $5.1 million. The Team offers more than 10 years of experience in real estate and they are members of the Platinum Club the top […]

Water and sewer costs both escalate

Customer fees will follow

Rising water and sanitation costs at the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) could prompt further price hikes next year. The LVMWD board of directors is already considering a staff recommendation to raise sanitation fees by $1.50 per month starting in July, but if belttightening measures don’t close the widening gap between income and expenses, other rate increases may follow, […]

Calabasas planning parade, big bang for July Fourth



Calabasas expects its biggest Fourth of July celebration ever. On the Fourth, everyone looks forward to the annual Calabasas Fireworks Spectacular with live music, children’s games and crafts and, of course, fireworks galore. In addition to the pyrotechnics at Calabasas High School, the city is co-hosting its inaugural Fourth of July Parade. “I think that this year, we’re looking to […]

Kids compete in Trike-a-thalon



Children’s World will host its second annual Trike-athalon the morning of Fri., June 2 on the school campus at 917 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. Students will be collecting pledge money to raise funds to donate to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Members of the city of Thousand Oaks Police Department’s bicycle patrol unit as well as a school parent who is […]

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Some people worship God, others Allah. There are those who put their faith in money, cars, Jah, cosmetic surgery or Buddha. The list goes on. Me? I pray to Mother Ocean. She’s the one that cleanses my soul, makes me pure and takes me to a happy place spiritually. In Mother Ocean I trust. This time of year, however, our […]

MOMS wants new members



The MOMS Club of Agoura Hills has formed play groups for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. They are seeking new mothers interested in forming a new baby group as well as mothers interested in joining the club’s existing play groups. For additional information, call Sue Jacobs at (818) 879-1949.

Signing off



I read with interest recently about Calabasas’ regulations restricting the erection of signs in the city without proper pre-authorization. Most homeowners associations have similar restrictions on the erection of signs on common area properties. Recently, election signs for Assembly candidate Julia Brownley have been appearing on the common area lawns of Country Creek Lane in Calabasas. The board has had […]