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And You Thought Anonymous Just Wrote Poetry …

And You Thought Anonymous Just Wrote Poetry …

CCUSD is offering out a very big "thank you" to an anonymous donor who recently donated $3,900 to purchase 40 new geometry textbooks for the Culver City Middle School students in Kelly Wilcox's class. From acute angles to quadratic equations, CCMS students are excited to be learning from new textbooks thanks to this anonymous donor!

Tellefson Park – Let’s Get Organized !

Tellefson Park – Let’s Get Organized !

There can be so much more when we connect - here's an invitation for Culver City residents living in the area bounded by Culver Blvd. on the South to Venice Blvd. on the North. and Sepulevda Blvd. on the West to Girard Ave. on the East. This is the first organizational meeting of the Tellefson Park Neighborhood Association. The meeting will be held at Quest Church at the intersection of Tilden [...]

Girl Scout Gold Award Grows Native Plants at CCMS

Girl Scout Gold Award Grows Native Plants at CCMS

Culver City High School senior Emma Kurihara recently held a dedication ceremony for a new native plant garden adjacent to the Culver City Middle School library. At the ceremony, Emma dedicated the garden in memory of Sally Copeland, leader of Culver City Girl Scout troop 2155 for almost 10 years. Emma worked on her garden over the summer as part of a Girl Scout Gold Award project. Jim Lamm, [...]

Farragut Student Wins Rainbow Poetry Contest

Farragut Student Wins Rainbow Poetry Contest

Sony Pictures Entertainment recently hosted a Poetry Rainbow Contest in collaboration with CCUSD. All fifth-grade students throughout the District were invited to submit a poem in conjunction with the unveiling of the studio's rainbow art project that celebrates Sony and MGM's history and the "Wizard of Oz." Culver City residents are now able to see and enjoy a beautiful 90-foot rainbow over [...]

CCFOL Serves Ice Cream for New (and Old) Members – Oct. 5

CCFOL Serves Ice Cream for New (and Old) Members – Oct. 5

The Culver City Friends of the Library will be having its annual Membership Drive and Ice Cream Social and Book Sale. With every new or renewed membership (on the day of the event) you will get a free bowl of ice cream with all your favorite toppings. All others can purchase ice cream and toppings for $1.00. We will have a beautiful selection of slightly used children books for $1.00, [...]

Sip For Our Schools – Oct. 20

Sip For Our Schools – Oct. 20

 The Culver City Education Foundation(CCEF) is a charitable, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and enhancing quality educational programs for every student in the Culver City Unified School District. The CCEF is celebrating thirty years of enriching the educational experience of the students in the district through community and local business donations and support. CCEF’s [...]

More Kudos for Kari

More Kudos for Kari

This past September, Culver City Middle School teacher, Kari Fretham, was one of only 16 teachers named as a Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year out of 71 finalists. This is not the first recognition Fretham has received for her exceptional work as a teacher. Just last school year she was named Sony Pictures Entertainment Teacher of the Year and honored at CCEF's Tribute to the Stars. In [...]

Sudbury & Ramos Lead an Artistic Journey through World Music This Sunday – Elizabeth Coombs

Sudbury & Ramos Lead an Artistic Journey through World Music This Sunday – Elizabeth Coombs

Recording artists Jean Sudbury and Ruben Ramos will lead an artistic journey through the musical styles of the world this Sunday, Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. in Mar Vista. Sudbury & Ramos are the opening act in the 17th Annual Friends of Music Concert Series, a community service of St. Bede’s Episcopal Church. Sudbury, on violin and mandolin, and Ramos, on guitar and bass, weave colorful, romantic [...]

Just a Thought – Invisible

Just a Thought – Invisible

I really could not stand to watch the debate last night. I had it on for about fifteen minutes while my girls were playing piano and I was cooking dinner. There was the initial flash of conflict- hey, this is an important political moment and there's too much daily life going on around here to listen. I was going to turn the heat down on the potatoes and ask the girls to stop practicing. Then I [...]

Indiecade is coming ! Downtown CC this Weekend !

Indiecade is coming ! Downtown CC this Weekend !

Alright gamers; get your sight right, get you mind fine and get your fingers ready - it's time for Indiecade ! Held at the indoor/outdoor IndieCade Village, on the corner of Main Street and Culver Blvd. downtown the event includes workshops, keynotes, family-focused activities, hands-on gameplay, and social events. At the heart of the festival is the Gamewalk, an exhibition of 40 finalist [...]

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