2007-09-27

Reyes Adobe Days are here again



LET THE PARTY BEGIN–At left, Adriana Rowa of Agoura Hills and Carolyn Mamer of Thousand Oaks dance after dark at the historical Reyes Adobe in Agoura Hills to kick off the third annual Reyes Adobe Days. Below, Jerry Wolf, Gary Paller, and Jack and Marcia Koenig, all from Agoura Hills, enjoy refreshments, art and history at the event. Reyes Adobe […]

Students get a ‘stellar’ workout



YOUNG PERFORMERS- Students at A.C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas have an opportunity to learn circus stunts as part of the school’s physical education program.

Fiesta, casino excursion slated for seniors

Agoura Rec programs keep older adults active, socializing

Seniors can enjoy a variety of events in October. •The Reyes Adobe Days Fall Festival will begin with Fiesta at the Adobe, a luncheon for adults ages 50 and up, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fri., Oct. 12 at Reyes Adobe Park, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. The luncheon will feature live entertainment, a rancho-style lunch, tours of […]

Agoura High’s first town hall meeting for parents is a hit



Agoura High School’s first town hall meeting for parents of freshmen or students new to the school was a success, according to Jodi Regan, chair of the Parent Faculty Club’s new Parent Education Committee. “It took me awhile to understand how Agoura High works,” Regan said. “There is a lot more going on in high school than in middle school. […]

Or Ami’s rabbi was born for the job

Kipnes likes to meet people where they are

When Paul Kipnes was 9 years old, he dressed up as a biblical character for the Purim holiday. Since then, Kipnes knew the path he wanted to take in life. “Everyone thought I was a rabbi,” said Kipnes, who is now the rabbi at Congregation Or Ami in Calabasas. “It just stuck in my brain. I wanted to help people […]

Yerba Buena launches website



We would like to commend Ned Davis and Stuart Selter of the Las Virgenes Educational Foundation (LVEF) and Dr. Don Zimring, superintendent of the Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD), for their vision, support, and leadership. The partnership between the foundation and the school district has allowed us at Yerba Buena Elementary to move forward with a brand new website, […]

Upgrades In This Home Include Newer Dual-pane Windows And Crown Moldings



This 4bedroom, 2.5bath home has ceramic tiles on the first level, a powder room downstairs with tile counters and a family room with a fireplace, wood mantel, bay window and builtin bookcases. The kitchen also has tile counters. Upgrades include newer dual-pane windows and crown moldings throughout the house; ceiling fans in the dining room, family and two of the […]

Calabasas Park quits Las Virgenes Federation

Homeowner group at odds with umbrella organization

By Joann Groff  joann@theacorn.com The Calabasas Park Homeowners Association, comprising associations in the Calabasas Park community, said it is withdrawing from the Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation, a master HOA that represents homeowner groups throughout the region. Dan Scully, CPHA president, said the association felt it had lost its voice with the larger federation. “We only have one vote, but we […]

Cool cacti at Peter Strauss Ranch



TO THE POINT- Linda Armijo of Agoura Hills and her Labrador mix pooch Mocha inspect the cactus garden at the Peter Strauss Ranch in Agoura HIlls on Monday. Armijo has been tending the garden in the ranch driveway for four months. She said she enjoys the hazardous work of pruning and removing dead growth on the prickly plants.

Malibu Rotary recycling event



Malibu Rotary will host an electronics recycling event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 6 and 7 at Pepperdine, on Tyler Drive, off the Pacific Coast Highway. Old junk televisions, computers, telephones, fax machines, VCRs, and other electronic equipment can be dropped off by California residents. For more information, call Holmes Osborne at (310) 4520910.


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