After a decade of leading the Culver City National Little League, and the Culver City Little League, George Aceves is stepping down as President. Last evening, community supporter Dave Marrujo was unanimously elected as President of the Culver City Little League.
Marrujo, a voice actor, volunteers with the local AYSO as a coach and referee. Additionally throughout the school year, he also volunteers with the El Marino Language School PTA advising on items such as the school’s electronic communication & information technology.
Marrujo’s background is in the investment world, having previously managed a group of retirement planning specialists. He also served as a caffeine jockey during a stint as a Starbucks store manager.
Marrujo’s varied background will suit him well as he takes the helm at Culver City Little League.
Since 1957, Culver City Little League has been an anchor of the community as a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a safe, instructional and fun baseball & softball environment for the children of Culver City (and surrounding areas), ages 4-16. Culver City Little League operates as an all-volunteer program, and therefore relies on the support of our network 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 550 boys and girls, in ten different divisions of baseball and softball programs, can play every season.