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New Scholarships Funded by Bandai

New Scholarships Funded by Bandai

The Culver City Community Scholarship Fund will give twelve new scholarships in 2015, thanks to a $6,000 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 [...]

State PTA Honors Lin Howe Volunteer

State PTA Honors Lin Howe Volunteer

Huge congratulations to Linwood E. Howe PTA volunteer mom, Michelle (Mish) Eagle, who was just awarded a California State PTA Continuing Education Scholarship for Volunteers in the amount of $500. Mish, mom of 4th grader Chloe, is on the PTA Executive Board as Fundraising Chair, chaired the Fall Festival for the last four years, and is present and working at almost every other PTA event since [...]

City Banners Showcase Student Artists

City Banners Showcase Student Artists

Local student artists have a new place to hang their work - on the light poles of Downtown Culver City. A fixture in the Downtown area, the Culver City Winter Banners are displayed throughout the winter season each year, but previous designs have been displayed for the past decade without change and "were in need of a revamp," according to the city. A suggestion was made by a Culver City [...]

Family Place Workshop @ Julian Dixon Library Dec. 1

Family Place Workshop @ Julian Dixon Library Dec. 1

Family Place workshops are an opportunity for parents and caregivers and their children (3 years of age and under) to play and learn together in a setting filled with toys and art activities that foster learning and creativity. A closing Circle Time includes singing and nursery rhymes. A different community resource specialist will be available at each session to give a brief talk and answer [...]

Goodsearch Supports AVPA Foundation – Get Online

Goodsearch Supports AVPA Foundation – Get Online

Our schools - like all schools - are always looking for ways to raise funds. In the search for simplicity, the AVPA Foundation has found a way that is that is about as easy as fundraising gets - The Goodsearch/ Goodshop search engine is based on website searches and online shopping and when you sign up and designate AVPA Foundation as your cause, you will get 1 cent for each website search that [...]

Commins Writes Another Couple of Couples for Christmas

Commins Writes Another Couple of Couples for Christmas

Former Culver City resident Kevin Commins has a number of Christmas movies to his writing credit, and this Christmas is no exception. The Hallmark channel has two of them - both new this year - in rotation for your holiday viewing pleasure. The first, “Angels and Ornaments,” is a holiday love story,  where  "Corrine's holiday season gets an unexpected dose of romance when she meets the [...]

It’s Nutcracker Time! Westside Ballet Steps into Tradition

It’s Nutcracker Time! Westside Ballet Steps into Tradition

Now in its 5th decade of performances, Westside Ballet of Santa Monica, with live music by Santa Monica College Symphony, returns to present its holiday classic, The Nutcracker. After selling out the 2013 inaugural performances at the Broad Stage at SMC Performing Arts Center, the company announced today its 2014 return to the Broad will include additional performances. A total of nine [...]

CCEF Joins the Movement for #Giving Tuesday

CCEF Joins the Movement for #Giving Tuesday

Mark your calendars! Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) has joined the #GivingTuesday movement. Now in its third year, #GivingTuesday brings together the collective power of businesses, non-profits, and individuals to transform the way people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. #GivingTuesday challenges all of us to take action to improve our local communities and [...]

Antioch University Grad Nominated for Buckminster Fuller Award – Marcia Bradley

Antioch University Grad Nominated for Buckminster Fuller Award – Marcia Bradley

When AULA student, David Mix, says that “relationship based convergence” is what motivates his studies and his work on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, you know he isn’t speaking lightly. In fact, the way that David connects ideas, as well as his pursuit of a more socially responsible life, seems to have guided him for quite some time. This past week, David was one of [...]

AVPA Blurred Vison Theater Offers “The Seagull” for Final Weekend

AVPA Blurred Vison Theater Offers “The Seagull” for Final Weekend

If you were not at the Black Box Theater on the CCHS Campus last weekend to see "The Seagull" this weekend Anton Chekov will give you another chance. Chekov is a challenging playwright, and this early work is a classic with all the trimmings - A Russian country house by the lake, a family with money issues, a few spouses, a few lovers, and the constant craving to be an artist. The Blurred [...]

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