2007-11-01

Lindero Canyon art students win big



CREATIVE- Lindero Canyon Middle School students accept awards for their winning artwork from a representative of the Bank of America on Kanan Road in Agoura Hills. From left, Lindero Principal Ron Kaiser, first-place winner Sabrina Azay, second-place winner Teza Belmond, art teacher Marilyn Fine and Bank of America Vice President Pat Schulz holding the third-place winning picture by Shru Ashtari. […]

Datebook



THURS., NOV. 1 Tribute To Military Camarillo Women’s Club meets 11 a.m., Sterling Hills Golf Club, 901 Sterling Hills Drive, Camarillo. “Tribute to the Military” theme. NBVC Honor Guard shows how to fold American flag. Speaker Lt. Jennifer “Jack” Daniel of Point Mugu was deployed in Iraq. RSVP (805) 4883478. Chamber Has Boutique Prepaid reservations due by 2 p.m. for […]

Tri-Valley standings



Turning 18 means gaining the right to vote



When teens turn 18 many are struck with the reality that they are now eligible to vote. Now, with the 2008 presidential election not far off, many teenagers are trying to become more knowledgeable about the world of politics. “I have always had my sights set on my 18th birthday because I believe that it allows me the greatest freedom […]

Feisty elections a sign of the times



Voters will go to the polls Tues., Nov. 6 to make a variety of choices regarding local candidates and issues. If you think your daily life won’t be impacted by the results, think twice. The local election affects everything from your children in the classroom to the amount of time it takes you to drive from home to office. Voters […]

Arson repairs underway at Agoura park



By Stephanie Bertholdo  bertholdo@theacorn.com The playground at Forest Cove Park in Agoura Hills–damaged twice by arson in April–will be repaired by the end of this month, city officials reported to the Agoura Hills City Council. Estimated repair and replacement costs total $30,000, but $5,000 will be paid through the city’s general fund to cover the insurance deductible, said City Manager […]

Woman’s Club promotes math with book gift



The Agoura Valley Woman’s Club has donated copies of “Math Doesn’t Suck” by Danica McKellar to middle school math teachers in the Las Virgenes Unified School District. The book provides tools needed to succeed in math and shows that math can be easy and relevant. The Agoura Valley Woman’s Club is a nonprofit service and philanthropic organization.

Arts council presents awards



The Ventura County Arts Council distributed $2,400 in awards to the winners in the sixth annual National Arts Program at Ventura County for current county employees and their immediate families. Among the artists receiving awards were Steve Parker of Camarillo, People’s Choice for his watercolor “I Heard You Were Gone”; Jennifer Baranoff of Oak Park, first place for Youth Under […]

Local Business Briefs



A taste of Japan in Oak Park San Sai Japanese Grill has opened at 706 Lindero Canyon Road at Kanan Road in the Re/Max Center in Oak Park. San Sai has 30 locations, with 25 in Southern California and two more scheduled to open in the next few months. The business is five years old. The menu has an array […]

Other local football matchups



OCHS (5-3) at Nordhoff (5-2-1) Outlook: This game got a lot more interesting when Nordhoff won at Oak Park last week. Now, with a victory Friday night, Oaks Christian can creep right back into the race for the Tri-Valley League championship. Nordhoff ran the ball 42 times for 165 yards against Oak Park. Although they only gained 3.9 yards per […]


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