Celebrating its 55th year, Culver City Little League held its Opening Day Ceremonies this past Saturday, March 3. Since 1957, Culver City Little League has been an anchor of the Culver City community as the only Little League-sanctioned program for boys and girls in Culver City and neighboring communities. Culver City Little League operates as an all-volunteer program, relying on the support of families, local businesses, corporate and community sponsors. Through this outpouring of support, Culver City Little League continues this tradition and mission so that more than 700 boys and girls, ages 4-16, in ten different divisions of baseball and softball programs can play every season. Key sponsors include Bunnin Chevrolet, Sony Pictures, Pacific Alarms, Tito’s Tacos,and 7-11. This year’s opening day drew a crowd of more than 1,000, including Mayor Mehaul O’Leary, Councilman Andrew Weissman, and former Councilman Scott Malsin. O’Leary and Weissman threw out the ceremonial first pitches.