2016-04-21 E-Edition

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Kids draw Mom in a loving way


In The Acorn community, family comes first, and that means a scenario in which both the mom and the dad are equal contributors in the nurturing of the household. We’ll opine today about Mom only, since May 8 is Mother’s Day, the one day of the year you do not want to forget. We invite dads and kids to start […]

A world of celebration

Yaya’s thoughts on the grand and not-so-grand sons

Hot Flashes

You can’t miss ’em. Before they join the FBI’s Most Wanted List, here’s the down and dirty: They talk at the same time. Their shoes walk away without them. One of ’em has green toes. Collectively they could pool enough gaseous fuel to send a rocket to Mars, which explains clearly why T. Boone Pickens touted the power of natural […]

OPHS rocket team ready to blast off

SKYWARD—Tony Knight, back left, joins the Oak Park Rocket Team as they display some of their rockets April 14 at Oak Park High School. The team’s technology is pitted against other schools.

Chargers capture Saugus tourney title

CHARGE ON—The Agoura High junior varsity softball team won the Saugus Spring Classic. The Chargers won all four games at the tournament, notching wins against Valencia (3-0), Granada Hills (4-2), Hart (4-1) and Thousand Oaks (1-0) in the final. Lena Golden had 55 strikeouts in the tournament and added a key triple in the title game victory. Summer Windisch, Jordan […]


Take mom to breakfast

Boy Scout Troop 127 in Agoura Hills has a 53-year tradition of honoring moms with a fundraising pancake breakfast on Mother’s Day. This year, the celebration will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sun., May 8 at the Malibou Lake Mountain Club, 29033 Lake Vista Drive, Agoura. The event attracts hundreds of families each year. The all-you-can-eat breakfast […]

Calabasas over time

The land where Calabasas sits has witnessed Chumash villages, Spanish explorers, American settlers, the film industry and development. Cimberly Castellon and the Calabasas-Las Virgenes Historical Society have documented the city’s history in “Calabasas,” one of the first hardcover books in the Images of America series from Arcadia Publishing. Castellon and Calabasas Mayor James Bozajian, who wrote the book’s forward, will […]

Standout volunteer

THANKS—Julie Ahdoot receives the OPUSD’s Partner in Education Award in March for her 13 years of volunteering work at Oak Park schools. Among her many roles she was PTA and PFA president for Brookside, Meadea Creek and OPHS.

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