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Expo Construction @ Robertson & Venice Jan. 23 Through Feb. 2

Expo Construction @ Robertson & Venice Jan. 23 Through Feb. 2

There will be continuous weekend closure of Northbound Robertson Blvd., North of Venice Blvd. and the Eastbound I-10 Freeway Robertson Blvd Off-Ramp. There will also be lane reduction of WB Venice Boulevard Between Vera Street and Robertson Boulevard, as well as Lane Reduction of EB Venice Boulevard Between Culver Boulevard and Ellis Avenue. The schedule calls for 24-Hour Work Shifts from 9:00 [...]

La Ballona Creates Mentoring Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters

La Ballona Creates Mentoring Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters

La Ballona Elementary School is the first school in the district to launch a school-based mentoring program in conjunction with Big Brothers/Big Sisters. The program, which could soon be replicated at other CCUSD schools, provides consistent, individualized time and attention to at-risk kids in public elementary and middle schools throughout L.A. County. Volunteers make a one-year commitment and [...]

Homeless Count Seeks Volunteers for Jan. 28

Homeless Count Seeks Volunteers for Jan. 28

The Culver City Homelessness Committee is seeking volunteers for its 2015 Homelessness Count taking place the evening of January 28th, 2015. Ideally, we would love to have volunteers to come as a “team” of 4 people (work group, volunteer clubs, religious groups, family/friends, etc). We’ll be disbursing volunteers on the night of the Count in groups of 4, so if you come as a team then you [...]

Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center to Celebrate 25 Years

Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center to Celebrate 25 Years

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center is proud to announce the 25th anniversary of their founding. The group serves as the fundraising arm of the Health Center which provides free mental and physical health care to Culver City students. The celebration will be held as part of the group’s annual major fundraiser on Saturday, February 21st at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Culver City. [...]

CCUSD Launches App – Get Connnected

CCUSD Launches App – Get Connnected

The Culver City Unified School District has launched a new mobile app for Apple and Android products designed to keep users connected with all that is happening in Culver City schools. The app, now available on iTunes or Google Play, enables users to receive push notifications about the latest news and updates from the District as well as access to school phone numbers, lunch menus, sports [...]

Inner Gardens Lost to Fire Last Friday

Inner Gardens Lost to Fire Last Friday

From the CCFD - At 7:35 pm on Friday evening January 16, 2015 , all Culver City units were dispatched to a structure fire at 6050 Jefferson Bl. Upon arrival, units found a large fire in a large 200ft X 300ft, one story commercial building with LAFD units also arriving on scene. The property was “Inner Gardens” garden supply company and was located in the City of Los Angeles, adjacent to the [...]

CPY ‘Youth in Gov’t’ @ Fresno Convention

CPY ‘Youth in Gov’t’ @ Fresno Convention

High school students from around the state poured into Fresno on Saturday to learn firsthand how California government and courts work. The California YMCA Youth & Government program, which includes the Culver Palms YMCA delegates, is training 3,100 students in the responsibilities of public service at the downtown Fresno Convention Center through Sunday. The students chose from 26 [...]

Dear Editor – What Culver City Voters Need to Know About the March 3 Election

Dear Editor – What Culver City Voters Need to Know About the March 3 Election

. . besides the fact that you're going to be expected to vote for LACCD trustees you've probably never heard of unless you've visited SmartVoter.org. Click on smartvoter.org/2015/03/03/ca/la/school.html and page down past the LAUSD candidates. The good news here is that LACCD has decided not to have a May runoff. The person with the most votes for each seat will be declared the winner. The [...]

Julian Dixon Library Remodel Updates – Mayme Clayton Stands In, Book Sales to Continue

Julian Dixon Library Remodel Updates – Mayme Clayton Stands In, Book Sales to Continue

After the annual installation dinner seating the new board for the Culver City Friends of the Library last Friday Jan. 16 comes the most recent news in regard to the remodel and upgrade at the Julian Dixon Culver City Library. From continuing CCFoL Co-President Nancy Kuechle "When the library re-opens, it will be with a new roof, sporting solar panels and a solar array in the parking lot, [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

I love my Facebook life, born in 2008. Facebook let's you keep up with old comrades, new acquaintances and family in an extremely low-maintenance manner. I've gotten closer to chums, through "liking" the same things, commenting together on issues, or "liking" each others' life moments. Facebook has spurred travel; one of my first forays on the site was the rekindling of an old friendship that led [...]

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