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Articles from the September 18, 2012 edition

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 News    September 18, 2012

Kentwood Plans Clothing Yard Sale

Whoever you want to be this Halloween, the Kentwood Players can help you put together a look, whether it's Merida from "Brave," one of "The Avengers" or a "Spice Girl" (they reunited), Prince William & Kate, Joan from "Mad Men" or someone from...

 News    September 18, 2012

Fundraiser for Yes on Measure Y at Joxer Daly’s

On Friday Sept 21, from 5pm to 7pm Joxer Daly’s at 11168 Washington Blvd Culver City will have a fundraiser in favor of Measure Y. Admission is free. There will be a live auction featuring members of the City Council auctioning their skills and...

 By Cheryl Giraud    News    September 18, 2012

The Recipe Spot

The Recipe Spot Cheryl Giraud Special to the Observer Without getting too astronomically technical, the first day of autumn is this Saturday, September 22, which extends from the autumnal equinox to...

 News    September 18, 2012

Dear Editor

As the Principal of Culver City High School (CCHS), I see first-hand the impact the Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) has on the education of Culver City students. CCEF supports all schools in the Culver City Unified School District, and our...

 News    September 18, 2012

Dear Editor

I had the pleasure of being PTA president at El Marino Language school for the last two years. When I began I had one mission in mind for our school— a beautiful veggie garden that the kids could use as a "classroom" to learn and to enjoy. Thanks...

 News    September 18, 2012

Dear Editor

I would like to say a big “thank you” to the Culver City Education Foundation for awarding me a grant to purchase a new Tablet PC for my mathematics classroom. This innovative technology tool has allowed me to create a dynamic classroom...

 News    September 18, 2012

Dear Editor

As a parent of two middle schoolers, I know personally the impact that the funds raised, and carefully distributed, by the Culver City Education Foundation have. As a school board member serving during the worst fiscal crisis since the Great...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 18, 2012

As Lakers Begin, Mystery Surrounds The Offense

Like a lot of you, I’m anxious to see how the Lakers will look with Steve Nash and Ryan Howard in their lineup. But I’m equally anxious to find out something else – something, in fact, that may...

 By Dale Williams    Sports    September 18, 2012

Whew --- Centaurs Barely Hold On

Backups Stumble But Culver Wins Last Friday’s game against Redondo almost seemed like three games in one for the Culver City High football team. There was the first quarter, when the Centaurs fell behind 6-0 and did little offensively. Then there...

 By Steven Lieberman    Sports    September 18, 2012

Dodger-Cardinal Series Brings Drama

In a race for the National League second wild card spot at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers and Cardinals split a four-game regular season series which was last weekend. That left the Dodgers still one...

 News    September 18, 2012

City Manager’s Update

September 14, 2012 City Manager’s Office · City Council Correspondence on Legislative Positions – Periodically, the City Council takes positions on bills of importance to the City. Copies of the City Council’s advocacy letters are now...