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Funnell Wins Young Artist Showcase with “Inspired Resolution”

Funnell Wins Young Artist Showcase with  “Inspired Resolution”

CCHS student and AVPA artist Stanley Funnell is the winner of the 2017 Culver City Sister City Committee Annual Young Artist Showcase. Stanley's piece title "Inspired Resolution" beautifully captures this year's theme "We Are Going Places." Stanley's artwork is also the CCSCC official entry to the 2017 Sister City International Annual Young Artist Showcase. As the winner of the local [...]

Transit Oriented District – What Vision ?

Transit Oriented District – What Vision ?

The TOD Visioning team has been holding workshops and interviews. The team has walked and biked around the city with a variety of Culver City residents and stakeholders listening to concerns about mobility in Culver City. On Monday night, May 1, the team will share with you what it has seen and heard so far, and seek your help in sharpening our mutual understanding of the [...]

Rotating the Mayor – Clarke Steps Down, Cooper Steps Up

Rotating the Mayor – Clarke Steps Down, Cooper Steps Up

Every year towards the end of April, there is a City Council meeting with just one agenda item - rotating the mayor. After a hectic and brilliant year, it was Jim Clarke's moment to step down, and hand the ceremonial office over to the Vice Mayor, Jeff Cooper. With Council member Gōran Eriksson attending the meeting by phone from Sweden, all measures had to be passed by a voice vote. It could [...]

‘100 Years of Volunteers’ Celebrating PTA Honorary Service Awards – April 30

‘100 Years of Volunteers’ Celebrating PTA Honorary Service Awards – April 30

Tickets are still available for the Honorary Service Awards Dinner April 30th. Culver City Education Foundation Executive Director Leslie Adler andCCEF President Wendy Hamill were congratulated by Council PTA President Maren Neufeld, presenting them with the Golden Oak Award for all that CCEF has done for the students at CCUSD schools the past 35 years, last Monday night at their monthly board [...]

Congressional Conversation with the FAA and LAX with Karen Bass

Congressional Conversation with the FAA and LAX with Karen Bass

On Sunday afternoon, April 30, 2017 from 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM, Congress member Karen Bass will be facilitating a discussion titled “A Congressional Conversation with the FAA and LAX” to provide you with the most-up-to date information about flight paths, but also to provide you the space to get your questions answered. Sixth Avenue Elementary School, 3109 6th Ave., Los Angeles, CA [...]

Mayor Jim B. Clarke on Westside Urban Forum Panel

Mayor Jim B. Clarke on Westside Urban Forum Panel

On April 21, The Westside Urban Forum's signature event, the annual Westside Mayors’ Panel, welcomed Westside mayors Jim B. Clarke, City of Culver City; Mayor Lou La Monte, City of Malibu; Mayor Ted Winterer, City of Santa Monica; and Mayor Lauren Meister, City of West Hollywood for a candid discussion of each mayor’s priorities, topics of importance to their cities and common issues that [...]

‘Share Your Story’ Event Connects La Ballona Students with Diversity and Resilience

‘Share Your Story’ Event Connects La Ballona Students with Diversity and Resilience

It’s not easy being a kid in today’s world. There’s the constant battle to fit in with your classmates, the difficulty understanding how to deal with ethnic, socio-economic and other differences, and even the challenge of facing your own fears. But yesterday at La Ballona Elementary School, students found out one very important lesson – they are not alone. Working with a group of [...]

Lynch and Michel Move Up to Irving Place as Directors of Elementary and Secondary Teaching

Lynch and Michel Move Up to Irving Place as Directors of Elementary and Secondary Teaching

Congratulations to CCUSD's very own Becky Lynch and Lisa Michel on becoming the new Directors of Elementary and Secondary Teaching & Learning, respectively. During a rigorous recruitment process that featured over 120 applicants from school districts nearby and across the country, Dr. Lynch and Dr. Michel impressed our interview panels with their deep knowledge of elementary and secondary [...]

Vox Femina @ Culver City Presbyterian Church – April 23

Vox Femina @ Culver City Presbyterian Church – April 23

On April 23rd acclaimed women’s choral ensemble VOX Femina Los Angeles presents Women on Fire, a free community concert combining repertoire from all three subscription concerts of the 20th Anniversary season, including a medley of "fire songs" by Libana—arranged by Christina Wilson—and two pieces commissioned especially for VOX: Both Page and Pen by Roger Bourland and Kindness by Christina [...]

Earth Day River Clean Up

Earth Day River Clean Up

Friends of the LA River is proud to present the 2nd weekend of the 28th Annual Great LA River CleanUp: La Gran Limpieza (CleanUp)...on Earth Day! FOLAR’s annual CleanUp has exploded in recent years, shattering records for volunteer turnout and trash collected, and is the largest urban river cleanup in America. The 2016 CleanUp attracted 9,000 volunteers—individuals and groups of all ages and [...]

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