2010-06-24

Celtic pride alive and well at Triunfo YMCA



Corvair becomes a chicken coupe at classic car show



Early deadlines



The Acorn offices will be closed to observe Independence Day on Mon., July 5. This will make necessary early deadlines for the issues of July 8 and 9. Letters to the editor and press releases must be received by 11 a.m. Thurs., July 1, which is also the deadline to reserve real estate advertising. Display ads must be reserved no […]

Chabad issue is about parking



Regarding The Acorn article last week about the Chabad parking agreement, to clarify what I actually said to the reporter was that the school district should have a separate schedule of fees for “parking lot use only,” not specific to Chabad and not specific to weekend parking use. We contend that there should be two fee structures, parking use and […]

Acorn Bits

Honor roll

•Joshua Katz of Calabasas, son of Michael Katz and Sandy Katz, made the spring 2010 dean’s list at Emory University in Atlanta. At the school’s 165th commencement ceremony in May, Tala Rezai of Oak Park received a doctor of law.• Westlake Village resident Evan Perillo made the dean’s list at Northeastern University in Boston. Perillo is majoring in mechanical engineering […]

Oak Park, Oaks Christian athletes honored by TVL



The Tri-Valley League honored top student-athletes from the spring sports season. Listed below are the local players the TVL recognized. Baseball Junior Drew Hacker of Oaks Christian is the Tri-Valley League’s baseball MVP. Josh Block, of Oak Park, is Coach of the Year. First-team players are Oak Park’s Bryan Langlois and Ricky Macks; OCHS’ Travis Radke, Evan Ocello and Trevor […]

Whole lotta love at Gardens of the World



Latter-day Saint youths serve others



Around the world each year teens from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints get together during the first week of summer break to do service projects. More than 200 young people ages 14 through 18 from Thousand Oaks and Moorpark gath- ered for an annual youth conference, “Extreme Makeover: A Mighty Change,” at the church’s stake center, 1600 […]

Go, Ladyface



With great pleasure I read in The Acorn about the accomplishment of the fifth-graders from Sumac Elementary School when they hiked Ladyface. The picture was great. The American flag on top of Ladyface is a symbol that makes us proud to live in this country and in this beautiful area. In the past month or so I have been noticing […]

Intimate commencement at Indian Hills