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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 [...]

Walkers Wanted – Vote Yes On Y Oct. 13

Walkers Wanted – Vote Yes On Y Oct. 13

On Saturday, October 13, concerned Culver City residents will be blanketing Culver City, handing out flyers detailing the benefits of Measure Y. Mayor Andy Weissman, current and former Culver City council members, current and former CCUSD Board of Education members, teachers, students, senior citizens, members of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, off duty public safety and civilian employees, [...]

Rally for Prop 38 Oct. 8 @ Vets Park

Rally for Prop 38 Oct. 8 @ Vets Park

Come rally in support of Proposition 38— the initiative that will raise billions of dollars for public schools across California— including millions for Culver City. Show your support by making signs and posters in support of Prop 38 or by wearing your school colors or spirit wear to the event. Monday, October 8 at 5:00pm Veterans Park 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, 90230 Join PTA [...]

Humanitarian Award from UBH – “Welcome Home” Oct. 9

Humanitarian Award from UBH – “Welcome Home” Oct. 9

Upward Bound House (UBH) will present Debra Granfield & Michael Rich with its 2012 Humanitarian Award at its annual Welcome Home Celebration. The event is being hosted by Sony Studios on their lot Tuesday October 9, 2012 from 6:30pm -9:30pm. Debra and Michael were early and strong supporters of UBH. Debra served on UBH’s Board of Directors from 1992 – 2000 and was the Board’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 [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers Hits Big Numbers

Walk ‘n Rollers Hits Big Numbers

Not only were Mayor Andy Weissman and Rep. Holly Mitchell on hand to cheer the two-wheeler crowd headed for El Marino on Wednesday morning, they had quite a crowd to cheer on. Two hundred and eighty-one kids, along with another dozen or so parents, teachers and school officials. Maggie Memmot Walsh, El Marino mom and CCEF board member, was there with her kids Iggie and Aine. "This is just [...]

Crime Blotter – Behind the Door

Crime Blotter – Behind the Door

Crime Blotter for September 25th through October 1st. Attempted Street Robbery: On September 25, 2012 at 1:15 pm, officers responded to the 6000 block of Sepulveda Boulevard regarding a robbery investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he and his wife were walking when he was pushed to the ground. He felt the suspect pull his chain from around his neck and [...]

City Council Refuses to Add Fracking Committee

City Council Refuses to Add Fracking Committee

In a serious and enthusiastic conversation with the community, the Culver City Council Monday night opted not to add a "Fracking Committee" to the official list of city sponsored organizations. All the council members had strong opinions on the topic, and with fourteen people signed on to speak on Action Item 1-A, comments covered every possible angle, with most openly opposing the fracking [...]

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 [...]

Lighting Installation Means Temp Boneyard Closure

Lighting Installation Means Temp Boneyard Closure

The Friends of the Culver City Dog Park have negotiated a donation for security lighting for the Culver City Dog Park-also known as the Boneyard. The Friends of the Culver City Dog Park have committed a total of $35,000 for the electricity for the new lights. As part of the first part of the project, the Dog Park will be closed on Monday, October 15th and Tuesday, October 16th. It is expected [...]

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