Marmonte standings

Seminar to help decision making

Mothers and More of Conejo Valley will present “The Art of Intuitive Decision-Making: How to Be an Effective Leader,” at 7:30 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 13 at the Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 E. Oak Crest Drive, Westlake Village. Happy as Humanly Possible founder Greg Larson will discuss how to rely solely on the left brain decision-making process in order to […]

Bad luck

I have utmost respect for the Agoura Animal Shelter and all of the wonderful work they do to save the lives of animals. I usually enjoy seeing the “Pet of the Week” and reading the brief description about them. However, I was shocked and disappointed to see a black cat with a Halloweenlike expression offered for adoption two weeks before […]

Suzanne Grace

Suzanne Grace took the honor for Top Selling Agent from Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks Regional office for June 2008. Grace is the Team Leader of Grace and Associates. She has become one of the area’s most knowledgeable inventory specialists and represents clients from Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Simi Valley and surrounding communities. She enjoys working with firsttime buyers who […]

Paule knocks Stark off Triunfo board

Incumbent's 24 years of service come to an end

Ron Stark, who served on the Triunfo Sanitation District board of directors for more than two decades, lost his reelection bid to challenger Michael Paule. Stark, who is currently the Triunfo board chair, earned 4,353 votes, or 47 percent of the total. Paule received 4,866 votes, or 52.5 percent. Paule, currently vice chair of the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council, […]

Residents support bowl benefit

MANY CHOICES— Above, Many Mansions board of directors member Marty Garcia, left, a Newbury Park resident, jokes about soup choices with St. Johns Seminary Sister Regina Robbins, right, Sister Leanne Hubbard, second from right, and Ventura County Housing and Homeless Coalition member Cathy Brudnicki during the Many Mansions Bowls of Hope fundraiser at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu last Sunday. Left, […]

First-place drama students take a bow

BRAVO—Calabasas High School thespians celebrate after winning several awards at the Drama Teachers Association of Southern California Fall Theater Festival, hosted at Calabasas High on Oct. 25. The school’s drama department won first place in the sweepstakes category and the highest total marks of any of the 67 attending schools. Every group from the school placed in the semi-finals and […]

Tri-Valley standings

Going to bat for Yerba Buena kids

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL—Yerba Buena Elementary School kindergarten student Hudson Palmer watches Kris Mashburn feed a bat water with an eye dropper during a presentation for the school’s kindergarten students on Oct. 24 in Agoura Hills. Mashburn is known as the “bat lady.”

Kudos to Animal Shelter

Recently, we have seen a few articles in The Acorn about the Agoura Animal Shelter. We want to say that the Agoura Animal Shelter is a wonderful organization of volunteer professionals and staff. Recently we adopted a 10yearold colliemix named Shasta from the shelter who has been a welcome addition to our family. This is our second adoption from the […]

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