Volunteers needed to oversee bond funds

Deadline to apply is Oct. 31

The Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education is seeking applications for membership of the C6 School Safety, Equipment and Technology Improvement Bond Oversight Committee. The task of the committee will be to review projections and collections of C6 funding, twice yearly review of budgets, revenues and expenditures utilizing C6 funds. The committee will comprise seven citizens selected by […]

Oak Park school grant appauded

It was with pleasure that I read Sophia Fischer’s story in The Acorn Sept. 17 on the Chinese language grant that was recently awarded to Oak Park Unified School District by the U.S. Department of Education. This $580,000 grant will make a marked difference in Oak Park’s language program over the next three years and is the result of a […]

Mothers Circle explores Judaism

Temple Aliyah in Woodland Hills has organized The Mothers Circle for women, including those in interfaith families, to learn about Judaism, explore Jewish holidays and rituals, discover how to enrich their families’ Jewish experience and deepen their connection to the religion of their husbands and children. The program is facilitated by Heidi Turobiner, licensed social worker, who has 17 years’ […]

Historical society meets

Elizabeth Pomeroy, publisher of Many Moons Press which publishes all the Catherine Mulholland’s books about Calabasas, will be the guest presenter at the next meeting of the Canoga-Owensmouth Historical Society at 7:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 14 at the historic 1935 fire station at 7248 Owensmouth Ave., Canoga Park. Pomeroy will act the role of a Southern California author from 100 […]

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