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  • Thursday, March 31, 2022 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    The popular Culver City car show returns to spring on Saturday May 7.

    Check out the wide variety of sweet rides on display takes place at Culver City’s West Los Angeles College.

    There will be a gourmet food truck court, and live entertainment. Admission is free. Ther is a $10 parking fee.

    A show is planned and put on by the Culver City Exchange Club. The Monies raised by the show goes to support a number of different local organizations.

    Read the full article on culvercityobserver.com

  • Tuesday, January 04, 2022 1:47 PM | Anonymous

    As food insecurity increases during the pandemic, FeedCulver is fighting the problem in Culver City

    Starting in January, FeedCulver will shift away from purchasing hot meals from restaurants and towards raising funds and providing support to Grace Diner and other local organizations as an ongoing program of the Exchange Club of Culver City.

    "We are very excited that many of the local restaurants that have participated in FeedCulver over the past 20 months are back on their feet and actually unable to handle all the additional meal preparation FeedCulver requires," [Exchange Club President Jeff} Cooper said.

    Read the full article on patch.com

  • Sunday, November 14, 2021 11:31 AM | Anonymous

    A brilliant blue sky looked down at the field of American flags planted by the Film Strip fountain in front of the Vets Memorial Building at the corner of Overland and Culver Boulevards. A brown and yellow Mourning Cloak butterfly drifted through, seeming to stop at one flag and then the next as the honorary color guard assembled before the event.

    Hosted by the Exchange Club, Culver City Rotary Club, the Culver City Woman's Club and the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, the collection of service organizations were all there to support a tribute to heroes; not just the military veterans, but first responders, firefighters and police as well. Several dozen community members were in attendance.

    Read the full article on patch.com
  • Thursday, December 31, 2020 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    “The Exchange Club of Culver City has been very supportive for many years with a large annual donation,” she said.

    In the year of the coronavirus pandemic, the need for quality health care has rarely been more evident. The age group that too often flies under the health care radar are students — young adults down to kindergartners....

    “A large new banner will be put up in front of the Health Center with phone numbers that students can call for general health and mental health,” she said. “A virtual fundraiser is being planned with a tentative date of March 13, 2021. Services will continue to be available throughout the school year using telemedicine until the school site reopens.”

    For additional information about the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center, visit its website at www.sandysegalyouthhealthcenter.org.

    Read the full article on culvercitynews.org

  • Thursday, December 17, 2020 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    Feed Culver recognized for helping those with food insecurity

    The results of the Nov. 3 general election were officially certified by the city of Culver City at Monday’s meeting, officially swearing in two new members in Albert Vera [emphasis added] and Yasmine Imani-McMorrin to replace those whose term limits expired and continuing the mayoral rotation. Alex Fisch was nominated to serve as mayor, with Daniel Lee subsequently nominated as vice mayor. No dissent was given for either choice.

    In addition to Vera and Imani-McMorrin, councilmember Göran Eriksson [emphasis added] — who relinquished his position as mayor at the meeting — also retook his oaths after winning his reelection for city council.

    The meeting began on a different note, as the city opened the night with a series of commendations for Culver City residents who helped provide food and other services to those in need. In particular, the efforts of FeedCulver and Grace Diner were celebrated and recognized for their efforts in helping those who are food insecure in the city.

    FeedCulver is a grassroots organization that came together as the result of collaboration between several organizations — including the Exchange Club of Culver City Charitable Foundation, Culver City Chamber of Commerce, the City of Culver City and the Downtown Business Association.

    Read the full article on culvercitynews.org

  • Wednesday, November 11, 2020 8:40 AM | Anonymous

    The Exchange Club of Culver City's Tribute to Heroes Veteran's Day event is featured on the front page of the Los Angeles Times.

    Jeff Cooper, president of Culver City Exchange, places a ribbon on each flag with the name of a veteran for a display called “Tribute to Heroes” to mark Veterans Day along Overland Avenue in Culver City on Wednesday.  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

    Read the full article on latimes.com

  • Thursday, May 28, 2020 8:00 AM | Anonymous

    50-Plus Custom Trucks From the Car Show George Barris Built

    There are two things I make a point of remembering every May. One is to send a Mother's Day card to my mom on the second Sunday. The other is to save the Saturday before for the Culver City Car Show.

    Read the Full Story on HotRod.com

  • Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:07 AM | Anonymous

    Culver City Restaurants Help Homeless During Coronavirus Outbreak

    Feed Culver aims to keep restaurants open for deliveries and help people who are experiencing homelessness and food insecurity.

    Read the article on Patch.com

  • Thursday, July 18, 2019 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    BEST EXCHANGE--Longtime Exchange Club member, Dr. Jay Shery, received the Culver City Senior of the Year honors for his contributions to the city.

    In May, Culver City celebrated Older Americans Month by selecting Dr. Jay Shery as its 2019 Senior of the Year.

    Shery, 63, who graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1986 and has spent more than 30 years as a chiropractor, received recognition for his many years of volunteer service to the Culver City community.

    In addition to being a member of the Culver City Exchange Club, Shery is also involved in the Culver City Charitable Foundation and the Culver City Disability Advisory Committee, as well as other local organizations.

  • Wednesday, July 03, 2019 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    When most residents want to improve the livability of their city, they seek out solutions by way of city hall, but many never even consider another organization that can help: the exchange club.

    This year marks the [50th] anniversary of the Culver City Exchange Club, a local organization that is focused on creating a more livable Culver City through its philanthropic work, such as ending child abuse, finding homes for homeless veterans, and helping local students achieve academic success.

    Read the full article at culvercitynews.org

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