2012-10-04

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Water district clarification



Letters published in the Sept. 27 edition of The Acorn warrant clarification to avoid confusion by the public. Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is proposing a three-year water rate increase which is driven by three factors: (1) It is necessary to “pass through” increases in water costs from the Metropolitan Water District in the next two years. The cost of […]

Jamming P.E. at Lupin Hill



Students in step with running club




The Galloping Colts Mileage Club at Round Meadow Elementary School in Hidden Hills has been such a hit with students and families that organizers hope neighboring elementary schools will be inspired to launch similar before-school exercise clubs. Mike Levinson and Laura Brug Page are the co-chairs of the school’s fitness challenge, a subcommittee of the Round Meadow Parent-Faculty Club. The […]

Tourney set



The annual Calabasas High School Charity Golf Tournament will be on Sun., Oct. 28 at the Los Robles Greens Golf Course, 299 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. The $150 fee supports the athletes at CHS and includes golf, cart, lunch, snacks, dinner, raffle and a silent auction. For more information, email Cindy Rhee at cindyandboyz@yahoo.com.

BRIEFS



Bookstore opens Mitchells Bookshop has opened at Whizin Center, 28914 Roadside Drive, No. 214 in Agoura Hills. The small shop features fiction, children’s books, history, biography, mystery and first editions. The store hours are noon to 8 p.m., seven days a week. For more information,call ( 818) 968- 6119, or visit online at www.facebook.com/ MitchellsBookshop. Westside Remodeling earns award For […]

Water district endorsements



Water is a very precious commodity and who we entrust to represent us is very important particularly for those of us living in Southern California. For that reason I am asking you to re-elect Joe Bowman as our director of the LVMWD. Joe has 10 years of experience and knowledge as well as a strong commitment to the residents of […]

Handwriting reveals a child’s personality



The American Handwriting Analysis Foundation SoCal Chapter invites the public to a discussion of the handwriting and drawings of children and teens and the implications for their personality. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun., Oct. 7 in the Topping Room, E.P. Foster Library, 651 E. Main St., Ventura. A $10 donation is suggested for nonmembers […]

Women join together in service



Church changes name, not mission

commentary | Faith news


If you were in church last week you may have heard the news that we recently changed the name of our church from Calvary Chapel Skyline to Skyline Church. For the most part everyone received the news well, understanding the reasoning behind the name change. But in case you weren’t there, allow me once more to express a few things […]


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