2007-02-22

Candidate’s passion for open space prompts campaign



When Dale Reicheneder moved to Calabasas in 1987 as a junior at Pepperdine University, it was to a home away from home, the Malibu Meadows Apartments. Twenty years later, he wants a chance to help run the city. Reicheneder and Toby Keeler are challenging incumbents Dennis Washburn and Barry Groveman in the March 6 election for City Council. “My platform […]

In takes a lot of heart



WHOLE LOTTA HEART- Sumac Elementary School students participate in the Jump for Heart fundraiser which raises money for the American Heart Association. The event, under the supervision of fitness instructor Kathy Stewart, coincided with Valentine’s Day.

Coyotes refuse to go quietly into the night

CHS boys' basketball team sees lead slip away vs. Harvard Westlake

Last Friday against Harvard Westlake, the boys’ basketball team from Calabasas High outplayed the Wolverines for three quarters. Unfortunately for the Coyotes, they couldn’t quite seal the deal. Although the final score doesn’t necessarily show it, Calabasas hung tough with the top-seeded team out of the Mission League before eventually losing 73-58 in North Hollywood. Calabasas was thinking upset for […]

Children’s books are brought to life



More than 150 youth ages 12 to 18 will present six musical comedy plays based on the theme “Classics in Children’s Literature” at 6 and 8:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. 23 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 35 S. Wendy Drive, Newbury Park. The actors represent six LDS congregations from Agoura, Oak Park, Westlake and Newbury Park. The […]

A capella group selected for CD



Unstrumental, an a cappella group atCalabasas High School, has won a place for the second time on the annual Best of High School A Cappella CD compilation. Groups from all over the worldsubmitted CDs to win a spot on this internationally recognized album. This year Unstrumental’s arrangement of “Soul Meets Body” placed ahead of 54 other high school a cappella […]

Incumbents keep home prices high



I hope Calabasas voters read last week’s Acorn article about home prices in the region. Calabasas’ median home price gained 8 percent while home values in surrounding communities dropped. I’m voting for Mayor Dennis Washburn and Councilmember Barry Groveman because their contributions continue to make Calabasas a highly desirable place to live. Paul Villadolid Calabasas

3 Bedroom Townhome In Thousand Oaks



This 3-bedroom, 2-bath townhome is located in Thousand Oaks within walking distance of the community pool, spa and recreation room. The home itself is Berber carpeted and has Saltillo pavers throughout the family room, powder room, laundry room and kitchen. The entryway opens to the living room adjacent to the dining room. The kitchen is light and bright featuring a […]

Foundation seeks trustee



The Community Foundation for Oak Park Board of Trustees is seeking a resident of Oak Park to fill a vacant position on the board. The board normally meets quarterly. The foundation was founded in 1979 and supports volunteer efforts in the community as well as raising funds for community programs and projects. Most of the foundation’s funds are spent in […]

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Are you hiding?

Are you hiding? There appears to be a lot of hiding in relationships these days. By that I mean hiding oneself from the other while making a strong attempt to maintain the appearance of a relationship. There may be an illusion of communication and shared experience though partners actually maintain great distance from one another. Perhaps there is an unspoken […]

Lady Lions on fire in the postseason



REFUSE TO LOSE- Caroline Cislo of Oaks Christian goes in for a goal during Tuesday’s 7-1 playoff victory over Bell Gardens. After qualifying as a wild-card team in Division V, the Lions have won three postseason games and will now host El Segundo today at 3 p.m. in the CIFSS quarterfinals.


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