2009-05-21

Church to host Kids Jam fun

Petting zoo, pony rides offered

West Hills Church will present the annual Kids Jam from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., May 30 at the church, 7475 Fallbrook Ave., West Hills. The Christian-themed event will have activities for children in grades one through six, including rodeo roundup with pony rides, petting zoo, arcade games, Bible stories, puppet shows, music and prizes. Refreshments and entertainment will […]

We keep the wheels turning



In this week’s Acorn, readers are being given an opportunity to subscribe to their favorite weekly newspaper. Not to worry, your Thursday Acorn will still be offered as a free publication. This voluntary subscription drive is simply The Acorn’s way of giving something back to the community, as almost half the subscription proceeds will go to charity. Here’s what’s in […]

Homestead named historical landmark



The Calabasas City Council has approved the William C. Masson House as the community’s first local historical landmark. In January 2008, the city adopted a Calabasas Historic Preservation Ordinance, which allows any person or group to request the designation of a historical resource as a local landmark. In March 2009 the city requested the designation of the Masson House as […]

Elizabeth Mary Cornelison



Elizabeth is a student at Westlake High School where she’s a member of the California Scholarship Federation and a Gold Seal Bearer Candidate. She’s on the varsity golf team and was MVP her junior year, first team all league and first team all area. She’s been on the JV soccer team and received the coach’s award. She won the 2008 […]

Lacey Anne Seigel



Lacey’s a student at Oak Park High School. She spent 12 years studying dance and is on the Oak Park dance team. She was a camp counselor at Hess Kramer Camp in Malibu. She’ll be attending the University of Arizona, majoring in psychology. Her career interest is in advertising. Lacey’s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Curtis Seigel of […]

Eagles, Lions hit the road for baseball playoffs



The Oak Park and Oaks Christian high school baseball teams are taking scenic routes in pursuit of a section championship. Oak Park travels to Palm Desert for today’s CIF-Southern Section Division IV first-round matchup, while Oaks Christian heads to Santa Fe Springs. All of today’s games are slated to begin at 3:15 p.m. By first pitch, the Eagles will have […]

School draws out the best



When Susie Jo Fox enrolled at Sheldon’s Art Academy she hoped to pick up some new drawing techniques. She wasn’t quite prepared for what she encountered with husband-and-wife team Sheldon and Robyn Borenstein, who own and operate the Oak Park school. “Coming here was like being adopted into Sheldon’s family,” said Fox, 20, who’s been a student at the academy […]

Cartoon



Calabasas car fire ignites the night sky



HOT WHEELS—Below, an automobile is consumed by flames at approximately 2:30 a.m. Tuesday on Las Virgenes Road near the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District headquarters in Calabasas. Left, firefighters assess the situation. The Saturn sedan was not involved in an accident and there were no injuries, a deputy said. The cause of the blaze was not determined. Calabasas resident Marc […]

Mikayla Lee Miletich



Mikayla attends Westlake High School where she’s on the varsity girls’ tennis team and has received the WHS scholar athlete award for tennis. She’s the journal editor of the WHS Arrow newspaper, a member of the California Scholarship Federation and has received the gold academic award. She’s a member of the math club and the advanced anatomy club. Outside of […]


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