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Archive for June 7th, 2010

Growing Great With DBA – June 9

Growing Great With DBA – June 9

If you think our schools need to be growing some gardeners, come out and support the Downtown Business Association on June 9th to raise money for the school garden program, a part of "Growing Great." Shopping ( and dining) in Culver City on June 9 will help to keep these programs thriving and expanding. Participating retailers include Akasha, Daphne’s, Ford’s Filing Station, Fahringer [...]

The Nabours Are Retiring – Call for Photos

The Nabours Are Retiring – Call for Photos

Mr. and Mrs. Nabours of El Marino Language School are Retiring! After 16 years of teaching at El Marino, the Nabours will be ending their school services with a farewell party in The El Marino Rose Garden on Friday , June 11 at 3:30 p.m. Children, parents, friends and alumni are invited to celebrate this special event. With the thousands of El Marino alums that passed through the 4th and 5th [...]

Dear Editor- A Little Kindness

Dear Editor- A Little Kindness

Dear Editor, Albert's offerings from Sorretno's were a testament to the idea that a little kindness can have a big impact on the lives of others. We are devastated by the news of his passing. Every time we stopped in to Sorrentos over the past 10 years he lifted our spirits and was kind to us. He will be sorely missed by us and so many others. Maggie DeFilippis