2008-09-11

Community Briefs



Malibu Golf Tournament The Malibu Chamber of Commerce and honorary chair Cheech Marin invite the community to the 16th annual Malibu Golf Tournament on Mon., Sept. 16 at Malibu Country Club, 901 Encinal Canyon Road. The tournament will feature celebrity host Glen Campbell, lunch on the green, dinner and a live auction. Sponsorships are available, and donations to be auctioned […]

Farmers’ Market Benefits Kids



As children enter school this fall, they will learn their ABCs, but they also need to learn about good nutrition to live long, healthy lives. Parents can help play an important role in their child’s nutritional health when packing school lunches. To help keep families involved in the process and help spark a nutritional interest among the children, the Ventura […]

Fall sports preview schedule



The Acorn has begun previewing fall sports in the Marmonte League. If you’ve missed anything, Web users can read archived stories at www.theacorn.com. Here’s the ongoing schedule: • Aug. 21 — Girls’ cross country • Aug. 28 — Boys’ water polo and boys’ cross country • Sept. 4 — Football • Sept. 11 — Girls’ volleyball and girls’ tennis • […]

Pastor to go the distance in triathlon



The Rev. Andrew Mattick of Malibu United Methodist Church will be competing in the Malibu Triathlon this Sun., Sept. 14. At last year’s event the pastor was shaking a purple tambourine, holding up a sign reading, “Malibu Methodist Loves the Tri” and cheering on the bike leg participants down at Zuma Beach. Mattick was also a former halfmarathon “Team in […]

‘The Goonies’ screening tonight at Janss mall



Janss Marketplace will present free outdoor family movies from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays this month near the fountain at the shopping center, corner of Hillcrest Drive and Moorpark Road in Thousand Oaks.. The schedule is “The Goonies” tonight, Thurs., Sept. 11; “Charlotte’s Web” on Sept. 18, and “Seabiscuit” on Sept. 25. Attendees should bring lawn chairs and blankets. The […]

Ordinance proved threatening to the First Amendment



In the face of a complaint from the ACLU that it had violated the First Amendment, the Calabasas City Council has backed down and rescinded a law on how the city gives out community service grants to nonprofit organizations. The law disqualified any organization with a board member who had ever sued the city, city council members or city employees. […]

Single Story Home With Mountain Views



This single story home is in the North Pointe Estates gated community on a culde-sac. City and mountain views are visible from the house. The floor plan includes a formal living room, formal dining room, family room, gourmet kitchen, office and master suite. The interior has been updated. For more information on this property, listed at $1,699,000, call Stacy Richardson […]

Acorn Award seeks nominees



The Community Foundation for Oak Park is accepting nominations for the Golden Acorn award. The award honors residents of Oak Park who volunteer their time and efforts to benefit the community. Recipients are those who are dedicated to community service. Criteria for the award include being an Oak Park resident during the period the service was rendered, providing service without […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS



Company Name Symbol Sept. 10 Sept. 3 Aug. 27 Aug. 20 Headquartered AMGEN AMGN 62.10 63.10 63.69 63.57 THOUSAND OAKS BAXTER BAX 69.02 69.70 68.26 68.98 THOUSAND OAKS BEVERLY HILLS BANCORP BHBC 1.36 1.57 1.44 1.83 CALABASAS CAMINOSOFT CORP. CMSF 0.08 0.06 0.06 0.06 WESTLAKE VILLAGE CHEESECAKE FACTORY CAKE 15.13 15.70 14.83 15.64 CALABASAS DIODES, INC DIOD 20.68 23.05 24.82 […]

Seven teams still chasing down Calabasas

Marmonte League preview: Girls' tennis

Let’s take a look back at 2002. During the third year of the 21st century, Kmart filed for bankruptcy, the Anaheim Angels won the World Series and Calabasas High entered the Marmonte League for girls’ tennis. Ever since, the other seven teams in the league have been doomed as the Coyotes have won six straight league titles and haven’t lost […]


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