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Democratic Club to Meet Aug. 8

Democratic Club to Meet Aug. 8

The Culver City Democratic Club will be meeting this Wednesday Aug 8 at 7 pm at the Peace Center at 3916 S. Sepulveda Blvd. The main topic will be the ballot measures appearing on the ballot in November. Leon Youngblood from Los Angeles County Democratic Party will be there to give his perspective on the ballot measures and members will be voting on endorsements of the measures.  

Adios to Lin Howe Principal Amy Anderson

Adios to Lin Howe Principal Amy Anderson

It was obviously a day to wear sunglasses; the weather was bright and warm, and Principal Amy Anderson's big smile was easy to see as she chatted with parents and hugged the kids at Linwood E. Howe's party for her departure. The other good reason for wearing glasses was to hide the tears she was discreetly wiping away while thanking everyone for their hard work and support. "I was hoping to have [...]

Mobilizing Volunteers for Maximum Value – Sandra Coopersmith

Mobilizing Volunteers for Maximum Value – Sandra Coopersmith

It has been said that volunteers are not paid not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless. There are countless quotes celebrating the impact of that wonderful resource known as volunteers, but what of the folks who focus on inspiring, organizing and offering them meaningful experiences that bring value not only to the recipients of such services but to the volunteers [...]

CCLO “Into the Woods…” August 4 & 5

CCLO “Into the Woods…” August 4 & 5

The Children's Civic Light Opera (CCLO) is offering two performances of Into the Woods this weekend at The Norman J. Pattiz Concert Hall, 2955 So. Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90034 (at Hamilton High School - corner of Cattaraugus). Tickets are available at the door. Curtain is at 6 pm, so get ready to enjoy the show! Into the Woods blends various familiar fairy tales with an original story [...]

Feista is Coming! Be Part of Culver City History – Mike Cohen

Feista is Coming! Be Part of Culver City History – Mike Cohen

Some townspeople define Fiesta La Ballona as a celebration of Culver City's heritage; others call the annual "Party in the Park" a huge community reunion.  Either way, they agree the former La Ballona Days has a past and a present. Once considered a place to drive by on your way to somewhere else, "Culver City has become Los Angeles's newest stylish neighborhood, a magnet for lovers of the [...]

Zen Shorts @ Actors Gang – Save the Date

Zen Shorts @ Actors Gang – Save the Date

When a giant Zen master panda named Stillwater moves into their neighborhood, Michael and Addy embark on an incredible journey. Zen Shorts is made up of three ancient stories told through projections, nearly 50 puppets and incredible multi-media effects. Intertwining Zen stories with modern day issues of technology, building friendships and growing up, Stillwater’s tales are sure to strike a [...]

Happy Birthday Mayme Clayton! August 4

Happy Birthday Mayme Clayton! August 4

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAYME A. CLAYTON! Saturday, August 4, 2012 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Join us  to commemorate the 89th birthday of Mayme Agnew Clayton, founder of the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum (MCLM). It's a drop-in party, so stay for a moment or for the afternoon and take part in the celebration. Drumming, cake and celebration - don't miss out! 4130 Overland Avenue Culver City, [...]

Sister City Runners Needed

Sister City Runners Needed

Can you run a full marathon in 4 hrs and 10 minutes? Culver City Sister City Committee will send one male and one female runner to the 20th Annual Osaka Senshu International Marathon scheduled for Feb. 17, 2013 and hosted by our sister city Kaizuka, Japan. As good citizen diplomats, the two selected runners will reside with Kaizukahost families during the 5 day stay. As participants you [...]

Sally Copeland – How to Help a Helper

Sally Copeland – How to Help a Helper

Sally Copeland, a very active member of our Culver City and our CCUSD community, passed away on Tuesday, July 31. She died after a valiant and vigorous battle with breast cancer. Her husband and her daughters were by her side. Sally was in leadership positions with the PTA and Girl Scouts. She was an incredible baker and was the "go to" person for any bake sales or dessert needs. Despite her [...]

Neighbors Helping Neighbors, an Antidote to Isolation by Sandra Coopersmith

Neighbors Helping Neighbors, an Antidote to Isolation by Sandra Coopersmith

“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent.” That John Donne quote could easily apply to condominiums and other multi-unit complexes, and at Raintree, which fronts on Jefferson Blvd. near Duquesne Ave. in Culver City, Neighbors Helping Neighbors (“NHN”) exemplifies the abundant benefits that can arise through proximity. Raintree, which has three [...]

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