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Sister City Gala Crowns 50th Anniversary – Jozelle Smith

Sister City Gala Crowns 50th Anniversary – Jozelle Smith

It was a sold out crowd at the Courtyard by Marriott last week when the Culver City Sister City Committee celebrated its 50th Anniversary in grand, international style. Barbara Honig, Vice President and 50th Anniversary Chair and CCSC President Marla Wolkowitz spearheaded a committee dedicated to making the celebration a memorable one for all in attendance, and their success is to be [...]

UPCC to Present School Safety @ Vets Jan. 23

UPCC to Present School Safety @ Vets Jan. 23

United Parents of Culver City (UPCC) will sponsor a school safety forum on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 to help address and discuss school safety following the recent tragic events in Connecticut. Participants include Superintendent Dave LaRose and Culver City Police Chief Donald Pedersen. Also attending will be Culver City Mayor Andrew Weissman and other members of The Culver City Council, Culver [...]

Boneyard to Be Closed – Jan. 17

Boneyard to Be Closed – Jan. 17

From the Friends of the Dog Park; "We will be closing the Dog Park on Thursday 1/17/13 from 5:00am to 10:00am. The contractors will be making the final connections and programming the new lights. We will take advantage of the temporary closure and do some cleaning and maintenance. Signs will be posted this morning." We hope this means the lights are soon to follow...

YMCA Gets Donation from Edison

YMCA Gets Donation from Edison

Keeping the power going in all kinds of great programs at the Culver -Palms YMCA  requires great sponsors, and Southern California Edison stepped up to put more juice into the YMCA's commitment to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Southern California Edison presented a very generous check for $5,000 last week at the branch, and it will be put to good use at the [...]

Cultural Affairs Town Hall Brings Out (Some of) the Best in Culver City

Cultural Affairs Town Hall Brings Out (Some of) the Best in Culver City

At the annual Cultural Affairs Town Hall meeting,the crowd in the council chambers on Tuesday Jan. 8 was not large, but it was a tremendously talented and enthusiastic gathering. Representatives from venues such as the Wende Museum, the Culver City Historical Society, New American Theatricals, Culver City Public Theater and the Maxwell Alexander Gallery were all there to bring the Cultural [...]

Jefferson Blvd. Walk and Bike Way to Get Dedicated

Jefferson Blvd. Walk and Bike Way to Get Dedicated

To celebrate the completion of the Jefferson Boulevard Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Improvements Project at Hetzler Road, a dedication ceremony has been scheduled for Friday, January 18 at 10:00 AM at the street level parking area west of the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook Entrance at Jefferson Boulevard and Hetzler Road. Additional parking for the event will be available at 6000 Jefferson [...]

Crime Blotter – Spray Paint Damages Car

Crime Blotter – Spray Paint Damages Car

Crime Blotter for January 1st to January 7th. Vandalism: On January 2, 2013 at 7:34 am, a victim of vandalism called the police department to report his business had been vandalized. The business is located in the 5800 block of Washington Boulevard. On December 30, 2012 at 7:00 pm he locked and secured the location and there was no damage to the location. When he returned on January 2, 2013 a [...]

Going Gold, Sister City Style – Sandra Coopersmith

Going Gold, Sister City Style – Sandra Coopersmith

Kaizuka Japan's Friendship Garden @ the Julian Dixon Culver City Library (photo courtesy of CCSCC) It’s not every day you get to celebrate a golden anniversary. Whether or not it chooses to emulate the exuberant and world famous Gangnam style, the Culver City Sister City Committee (“CCSCC”), which has created its own global presence, has every reason to dance for joy. For 50 years [...]

School Board Set to Begin for 2013

School Board Set to Begin for 2013

At its final 2012 meeting, the CCUSD Board of Education reorganized its officers and committee assignments. By unanimous vote, the Board elected Kathy Paspalis as president, Patricia Siever as vice president and Nancy Goldberg as clerk. In addition, Laura Chardiet was appointed parliamentarian. The Board also made the following appointments: Representatives to the Board of Education/City [...]

UCLA Webinar on Fracking Health Concerns

UCLA Webinar on Fracking Health Concerns

There are health concerns around us and UCLA is offering a free webinar to answer questions. Over 250 communities in the U.S. have passed resolutions to stop hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” a process used to extract natural gas by water-intensive drilling technology. Hydraulic fracturing introduces industrial activity into communities without critical information about environmental [...]

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