2010-06-24 E-Edition

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Two performances will showcase dancers

Agoura Hills Dance and Performing Arts Center will present two showcases at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. The Agoura Hills Youth Ballet Theatre department will dance the eighth annual original ballet “Alice In Wonderland” at 2 and 7 p.m. Sun., June 27. Agoura Hills Dance will perform tap, jazz, hip-hop and lyrical in the […]

Now that summer’s here, let’s remember swimming pool safety

A 2-year-old Thousand Oaks boy died May 27 after being found unconscious in the swimming pool of his home, an incident that left us with a stark reminder of how easy it is to lose a child in a drowning. Emergency personnel tried to revive the boy and then took him to the Los Robles Hospital emergency room where he […]

Hospice remembers with butterfly ceremony

Buena Vista Hospice will host the fifth annual Butterfly Remembrance Ceremony at 10 a.m. Sat., July 10 at Triunfo Community Park, Triunfo Canyon Road, Thousand Oaks. Each year, hospice families and the community are invited to join the Buena Vista staff for an annual remembrance ceremony with poetry, music, prayer, stories and a live release of 500 butterflies. The ceremony […]

Do grads have it tough?

Now that graduations are over and seniors look forward to college and the job market, we’d like to receive your input in the latest Acorn online poll found at www.theacorn.com. We’re asking the question: Are today’s graduates facing a better or tougher future than those graduating a generation (30 years) ago? Times have changed and so have the prospects for […]

Just another Halo victory!

Veteran actor Ernest Borgnine shares his Hollywood memories


Setting the record straight on Chabad

I’d like to respond to the statement that those opposed to large expansion plans for Chabad of Oak Park are operating from a “personal agenda.” As a neighbor of OPUSD, I do have a personal agenda—to ensure that Ventura County treats everyone, even taxpaying homeowners, equally under the law. I want to ensure that the county does not set a […]

Agoura grads march off into the sunset

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