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CC Rotary Commemorates World Polio Day – Oct. 24

CC Rotary Commemorates World Polio Day – Oct. 24

October 24 is World Polio Day, and the Culver City Rotary Club is proud to be part of the impetus for almost 30 years for the eradication of polio in the world. With the recent outbreak of Ebola, this is important to acknowledge. People can, and do, come together to help countries to fight deadly diseases. The Culver City Rotary Foundation, the volunteer fundraising arm of the Global Polio [...]

reDiscover Gets the Power of Ten (and Tennis Balls)

reDiscover Gets the Power of Ten (and Tennis Balls)

On the tenth day, of the tenth month of their tenth year the reDiscover Center on Washington Boulevard gathered friends and supporters to celebrate and look forward. Director Mary Beth Trautwien, (Pictured left with City Council Member Jim Clarke and reDiscover teacher Jonathan Bijur) was delighted to commemorate the past and plan for the future. City Councilman Jim Clarke presented a [...]

Sierra Club Endorses Murray for Water Board

Sierra Club Endorses Murray for Water Board

The Sierra Club has voted to endorse Culver City resident Stephen Murray for West Basin Water District Seat 4 in the upcoming November 4th General Elections. "Stephen Murray impressed us by far as the candidate who knew the most about water issues. In this time of drought and water shortage, we need to elect the best possible person to the Board of Directors for our local water agency." said [...]

West Basin Looks to Prop. 1

West Basin Looks to Prop. 1

 West Basin Municipal Water District has big plans for any funding that might come its way with the passage of the Proposition 1 water bond which would dole out dollars for water projects on a competitive grant basis. “In years past, we’ve been highly competitive in getting these grants,” said E.J. Caldwell, West Basin’s government affairs program manager. “We do feel good that [...]

League of Women Voters – Bring Your Ballot

League of Women Voters – Bring Your Ballot

There are six statewide propositions and one L.A. County ballot measure on our Culver City ballot for November 4. How many can you name? Have you made up your mind on any of them? Are you confused by the advertising you've seen? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, you're not alone. League of Women Voters Culver City Unit will feature impartial pros & cons on the always [...]

Backpack Program Feeds Hungry Students – Donations Needed

Backpack Program Feeds Hungry Students – Donations Needed

Did you know that more than 39% of CCUSD students receive free or reduced price lunches at their schools every day? For many students, this vital resource includes free breakfast. In some circumstances, healthy, reliable meals on the weekends are not a guarantee. Since 2013, the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all CCUSD school sites, serving more than 10,000 meals [...]

Not Expecting a Quake? Today is The Great Shake-Out

Not Expecting a Quake? Today is The Great Shake-Out

Schools, businesses and homes all over Culver City will be participating in the Great California Shake-Out, a state-wide earthquake drill at 10:16 a.m. on Thursday, October 16. The event will include coordinated efforts between the school district, Culver City Police Department and Culver City Fire Department designed to prepare students, staff, teachers, families and emergency responders for a [...]

CCHS Principal Farris Resigns – Cooper Steps Forward as Interim

CCHS Principal Farris Resigns – Cooper Steps Forward as Interim

A letter went out to the stakeholders in the school district on Oct. 15, 2014 from Culver City High School Principal Dr. Dylan Farris offering his resignation. As follows - Dear Parents, Students, and Community Members, It is with mixed emotions that I write this letter informing you that I will soon be leaving my role as Principal of Culver City High School. I was recently appointed to the [...]

Kirk Douglas Theater Celebrates 10 Years

Kirk Douglas Theater Celebrates 10 Years

The people leaving the theater at the end of the evening kept repeating the same phrases; "Season tickets," "We have to get a subscription" and "When are we coming back?" The birthday party for the Kirk Douglas Theater was not just a celebration of the past decade, but a great focus on what the next decade of ground breaking theater in Culver City will be. All the way back in 2003, the quiet [...]

CCPD to Offer Open House – Oct. 18

CCPD to Offer Open House – Oct. 18

Want to find out more about the CCPD? The doors will be open - The Culver City Police Department will be hosting an Open House on Saturday Oct. 18 from 10:00am—3:00pm Come and tour the station and the jail, explore police vehicles and equipment, visit with officers and CSI forensic specialists, watch K-9 demonstrations and view police weapons. You can get a picture  on a police motorcycle, [...]

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