Seniors enjoy their day in the sun

$5.2 million donated to Reagan Library

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation has received a donation of $5.2 million from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation for the Reagan Library’s new Air Force One Discovery Center. The center is an interactive, educational experience for fifththrough eighth-graders where students participate in roleplaying exercises to learn how government works and how decisions are made. The Reynolds Foundation had previously contributed […]

Oak Park Class of 2008

Emily Abate, Micah James Adams, Cory Aitchison, Shivan Amin, Lindsey Faith Amos, Daniel Anthony Anderson, Lauren Rose Arso, Sasha Bahar Arya, Daniel Ashtiani, Jonathan Taylor Azzarello, Katherine Mary Ellen Bage, Max James Ball, Scott Christopher Barnum, Sarah Mackenzie Baron, Thomas Ryan Barton, Daniel Anthony Bassil, Anna Deena Berkowitz, Kaitlyn Dina Berman, Zachary Harris Bernstein, Douglas Scott Bettisworth, Shawn Michael Biehle, […]

Scholar recognized

Aaron Louis Levine of Oak Park has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. NSCS is the nation’s only interdisciplinary honors organization for first and second-year college students. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing.

Academy of Dance to perform

The Academy of Dance and School of Performing Arts presents “Celebrate 2008” on Sat., June 21 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. This dance concert will present upbeat jazz and hip-hop routines as well as ballet pieces. For tickets, call the box office at (805) 449-ARTS (2787) or visit www.ticketmaster.com. The Academy of Dance […]

Dark Wood Floors And Hand Made Cabinets Are Just A Few Of The Features Offered By This Estate

This estate in Agoura Hills has been upgraded with dark wood floors, fauxfinished Tuscan wash throughout interior, remodeled bathrooms with hand-made cabinets, five bedrooms featuring smart-system closets matched to the theme, age/gender of each room. The kitchen includes a dining area to compliment the formal dining room. There is a fireplace in the den. The backyard has a sparkling pool […]

Oak View, small and intimate

During a season filled with graduations, Oak View High School’s commencement stands out for its small, intimate size and the emotion that comes with seeing at-risk students succeed after overcoming a variety of challenges. On June 13, the Oak Park continuation high school graduated 21 seniors in the Oak Park High School Pavilion. “It’s been a long, hard journey,” Valedictorian […]

Agoura teams dominate Mud Run

Two teams comprising five Agoura High School cross country runners each recently competed in the Civilian Men’s Team Division of the 2008 Camp Pendleton Mud Run, a 10K run and obstacle course held in San Diego at the Marine base. The upperclassmen team Mud Studs finished first with a time of 50:27. Evan Fehler was the captain. Runners included Adam […]

Oak View Class of 2008

Alexander Attalla, Michael Brent Ben-Chetrit, Glen David Berry, Spencer Pryce Berry, Bryan Case Brint, Giuseppe Corvino, Adam Jason Davis, Max David Edlin, Crista Nicole Fry, Brooke Joyce Gerber, Celeste Mary Gonzalez, Harrison Dagfinn Gunnarshaug Hannah Lynn Hoffman, Jessica Rose Horbury-Jones, Maxwell James Lanctot, Niv Lazra, Andrew Marc Levine, Amanda Joelle Lertzman, Brett Christopher Rosa, Shmuel Nieta Seegel, Steven Anthony Spellman […]

The Acorn honor role

Christina Lamb, a senior from Westlake Village, has been honored by Wagner College in Staten Island, N.Y., with the Dr. Donald W. Spiro Award for Best Academic Achievement. It is the top award given by Wagner College to a graduating senior. Lamb also won the Kevin Sheehy Award in Biology. Lamb, a biology major, is a member of the Beta […]

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