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Fund Gets Ten New Scholarships from Bandai Foundation

Fund Gets Ten New Scholarships from Bandai Foundation

The Culver City Community Scholarship Fund will give 20 new scholarships in 2013, thanks to a $5,000 grant from The Bandai Foundation, a nonprofit organization established by Bandai, the Japanese toy and video game company, as a way to give back to the community that has made its products successful in the United States. The Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit [...]

Crime Blotter – Hit and Run

Crime Blotter – Hit and Run

Crime Blotter for November 25th through December 2nd. Hit and Run Traffic Collision: On November 25, 2012 at 11:30 am, a victim came to the police department to report that her 2002 Acura was struck and the other driver fled the location. The victim said she parked her car at 12:00 pm and when she returned at 7:30 pm discovered the damage to her vehicle. Commercial Burglary: On November 26, [...]

Price Offers “Innovation” Bill to Sacramento

Price Offers “Innovation” Bill to Sacramento

Senator Curren D. Price, Jr., (D-Los Angeles) introduced legislation Monday that would establish the California Office of Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship to serve as a central portal for new ideas and solutions to address California’s most pressing social problems. “California is currently facing numerous intractable public policy problems that affect the quality of life of its [...]

The Big Tree – Lighting Up Tonight (Dec. 7)

The Big Tree – Lighting Up Tonight (Dec. 7)

You’re invited to the PRCS Department’s annual Tower Lighting Ceremony this Friday, December 7th, starting at 6:30 p.m. Each year the community gathers just outside the Veterans Memorial Building at 4117 Overland Avenue to help us light the “tree” surrounding the tower. After illuminating the tower with festive holiday lights that can be seen from miles around, guests are paid a special [...]

Tree Lighting Downtown – Dec. 6 @ 6 PM

Tree Lighting Downtown – Dec. 6 @ 6 PM

Celebrate the season of goodwill at the annual Downtown Culver City Lighting of the Holiday Tree Ceremony, presented by the Downtown Business Association and the City of Culver City. See Santa Claus as he makes a very special visit all the way from the North Pole. There will be hot cider, hot cocoa and festive treats to make everyone feel merry, plus performances by local choirs and appearances [...]

Huzzah! We Have a Crosswalk (and a stop sign)

Huzzah! We Have a Crosswalk (and a stop sign)

EEEEEEEeeeeee! It's the sound of squealing. It could be the surprised tires squeaking to a halt at the new stop sign at Sawtelle and Hayter, or it could just be me, making delighted noises at the appearance of something I've wanted for about a decade. The crosswalk - thank you neighbors, thank you city council, thank you public works department - will make it a lot easier for people in the [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

We are in the season of madness. Everyone, everywhere shopping, driving, doing, doing, doing. Sure, let’s miss our holiday to spend the night camped out on the sidewalk, and break windows (3rd Street Promenade's Urban Outfitters) rushing in to buy, buy and see what else to buy. Let’s not forget about the people who have to miss their holidays for stores to open early for us to buy [...]

Giving Thanks to Boosters Making El Rincon Beautiful

Giving Thanks to Boosters Making El Rincon Beautiful

Tree-planting and campus cleaning parents at El Rincon How can a school celebrate the holidays and prep for the future? Cleaning the campus, washing the windows and planting a tree are all great ways to go. The "Giving Thanks to El Rincon" event on Saturday, Nov. 17 beautified and cleaned the campus of the Culver City Elementary School. Volunteers and donors from the community, with the [...]

Online Registration for Parks and Rec Classes – Click Here

Online Registration for Parks and Rec Classes – Click Here

The Winter 2013 session is just around the corner! Resident online and mail-in registration begins Monday, December 3rd, followed by resident walk-in registration starting December 10th and non-resident registration on December 17th. Online enrollment is now easier through our new registration site at www.activenet.active.com/culvercity. We think you’ll find this new way of registering for [...]

UBH Gets Million Dollar Help from First 5

UBH Gets Million Dollar Help from First 5

“One homeless child in the street is too many,” said Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky. “We are pleased to make these funds available to best-practice service providers such as Upward Bound House.”

Upward Bound House (UBH), was awarded $1,042,640 by the First Five LA Commission in support of homeless families; Yaroslavsky is the chair of the commission. The funds will be used to provide [...]

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