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Affordable Care Act – Got Questions ?

Affordable Care Act – Got Questions ?

Beginning in January 2014, millions of Californians will be newly eligible for health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Many will need help understanding, accessing, and using these benefits. The California HealthCare Foundation and Community Health Councils have released a new report On the Path to Enrollment: Getting Californians Covered Under the ACA that details the [...]

Call for Donations! Schools Help Feed Students in Need

Call for Donations! Schools Help Feed Students in Need

Did you know that more than 45% 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. As we all know, healthy meals are vital for student growth, development and learning. The absence of nutrition on the weekend creates [...]

UPCC Celebrates – “Kids Win!”

UPCC Celebrates – “Kids Win!”

The United Parents of Culver City (UPCC), the parent-run organization dedicated to advocating for the interests of Culver City students, is proud to report that “Parents’ Choice” candidates Kathy Paspalis, Sue Robins and Steve Levin each won a seat on the Culver City School board. In a letter to UPCC members and supporters, UPCC President Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin said, [...]

Returns Declare Victory for Levin, Paspalis and Robins

Returns Declare Victory for Levin, Paspalis and Robins

Final election returns show Levin, Paspalis and Robins as the winners of the long fought school board race. Levin brought in the lead with 2,278 votes, followed by Paspalis with 2,058, and Robins in third with 1,877, giving them the seats. Silbiger placed fourth with 1,670. Trailing the field were Vizcarra with1,218, and Taylor with 536.  As has become traditional, Zirguilis placed last with [...]

Leadership Conference @ CCHS – “Nobility of Community Involvement”

Leadership Conference @ CCHS – “Nobility of Community Involvement”

Tuesday, October 29, 90 Culver City High School students came together to talk about leadership - from starting new clubs to assisting peers in making good choices and strategic decisions throughout high school. The first Centaurian Leadership Conference was held throughout the school day and included a variety of workshops run by students and community leaders. Sessions included everything [...]

Ehrlichs to Host Election Night for Sue Robins

Ehrlichs to Host Election Night for Sue Robins

On Tuesday November 5th, after the polls close at 8:00 PM, supporters of Sue Robins’ campaign for Culver City School Board, are invited to the home of Madeline and Paul Ehrlich to celebrate the end of the campaign and watch the election returns together. Madeline, herself, a former CCUSD school board member, who has been one of the hardest working campaigners and endorser on behalf of Sue’s [...]

Halloween Safety from CCPD

Halloween Safety from CCPD

The Culver City Police Department wants everyone to have a SAFE and FUN Halloween. Here are some tips to make it a safe night for trick-or-treating: Parents should establish a specific route for their children in a known neighborhood. Parents and children should use flashlights and use sidewalks whenever possible. Children should use crosswalks when possible and not cross between parked [...]

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Notes from Oct. 28

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Notes from Oct. 28

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of October 28, 2013. At this meeting, the City Council: • Presented a Proclamation designating November 1, 2013 as Veterans in the Arts and Humanities Day. • Approved a Professional Services Agreement with Walk ‘n Rollers to Develop and Implement the Citywide Non-Infrastructure Safe Route to School Program for an amount not to [...]

New Anne Frank Installation at MoT

New Anne Frank Installation at MoT

If you are a fan of "The Diary of A Young Girl" by Anne Frank, you can enrich the reading experience with a trip to the Museum of Tolerance.  The new 60-minute experience brings Anne’s story to life through immersive environments, multimedia presentations and intriguing displays. Call for admission prices and tickets 310-553-8403 or go online: museumoftolerance.com.  The Museum of [...]

Cooper to Kick Off Re-election – Nov. 24

Cooper to Kick Off Re-election – Nov. 24

On Sunday, November 24, Mayor Jeff Cooper will join supporters from throughout the city to officially kick off his re-election campaign at an event from 2 to 5 p.m. at the home of Beverly and Dan O’Brien at 10824 Lindblade Avenue in Culver City. “I am proud of what I have helped accomplish in Culver City since being elected in 2010, but I recognize that there is much more work to be [...]

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