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Archive for March 29th, 2011

Exchange Club Honors Youth Of the Month

Exchange Club Honors Youth Of the Month

The Exchange Club of Culver City is proud to announce the two students from Culver City High School who were honored as the Youth of the Month Award recipients for the month of March 2011. Chosen for their high records of scholastic achievement, Andrew Winslow has been accepted to Oregon State and Auburn University, and Christie Littleton to UCLA and UC Berkeley; both intend on studying [...]

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

I hope that our recent heavy rains have not hurt our local farmers. Generally speaking, rain is a good thing. It replenishes aquifers, which reduces the need for expensive irrigation (and helps farmers' bottom lines). A good rain helps “sweeten” the soil by flushing certain harmful salts, Stephen Pederson of High Ground Organics explains in his March 22, 2011 CSA newsletter. And if the [...]

Sierra Club Meeting – Get Green and Go

Sierra Club Meeting – Get Green and Go

It's among the oldest organization promoting the ideas that the 21st Century needs. Come and learn all about the Sierra Club and the many activities and adventure outings that they sponsor. Meet the leaders of activity sections, Wilderness Travel, 20s & 30s, Singles, Hundred Peaks, Natural Science and Conservation Task Forces.There will be refreshments, and a drawing for a door [...]

“Cootie Shots” Innoculates Against Bullying

“Cootie Shots” Innoculates Against Bullying

The Culver City Education Foundation granted a grant to Shelia Silver from CCHS for a 40 minute theatre production for K-5 called "Cootie Shots--Theatrical Inoculations against Prejudice and Bigotry." Working hand in hand with the district's Anti-Bullying Task Force, CCHS students created the production which supports the program developed by the Human Resources and Services Administration, [...]