CULVER CIT YSENIOR CENTERNEWSLE T TERD E C E M B E R 2021I DAYSLOHH A P P Y YO U RF RO MEAT T HSDNFRIECITYREVLCUNTER!ECRSENIOHoliday Hours FYI - The Senior Center will be closing at2 PM on Friday, December 24th and Friday, December 31st.The Senior Center will be closed all day on Saturday,December 25th and Saturday, January 1st.

CITY OFFICIALSAlex Fisch - MayorDaniel Lee - Vice MayorGöran Eriksson - CouncilmemberYasmine-Imani McMorrin - CouncilmemberAlbert Vera - CouncilmemberJohn Nachbar - City ManagerTABLE OF CONTENTS2PRCS & City Information(310) 2022 CCSCA Membership RegistrationCity Elected and Appointed Officials can bereached by mail at City of Culver City, PO Box507, Culver City, CA 90232-0507 or by email [email protected] Monthly Activities5Special Monthly Activities6Class Schedule7Class Schedule8Movies9Virtual Concerts & WorkshopsCULVER CITY PRCS COMMISSIONKay Heineman - ChairWilliam Rickards - Vice ChairScott Zeidman - MemberPalvi Mohammed - MemberKhary Cuffe - MemberThe PRCS Commission meets on the first Tuesday ofthe month at 7 PM. PRCS Commission meetings canbe viewed live in Culver City on Channel 35 by TimeWarner subscribers, on Channel 37 by Frontier FIOSsubscribers and for AT&T Uverse subscribers by goingto Channel 99.For more information and to view the meetingagenda, go to this r-MeetingPRCS SENIOR CENTER STAFFArmando Abrego - PRCS DirectorDarren Uhl - RCS ManagerJill Thomsen - RCS SupervisorAmanda Rigali - RCS CoordinatorAlexis Anderson - Recreation SpecialistMelanie Morales - Recreation SpecialistJohn Panganiban - Senior Recreation LeaderMartha Diaz - Senior Recreation LeaderFranna Diamond - Recreation Leader IISilvia Tapia - Recreation Leader II2SENIOR CENTER NEWSLET TER10 More Important Information11More Important InformationCCSCA BOARD OF DIRECTORSJohn Rollins - PresidentCarolyn Conway - Vice PresidentKay Heineman - SecretaryBenita Williams - TreasurerRoberta RoybalMarsha OrthRudy CarinoBarbara SilversteinPaul TaylorRon GormanThe CCSCA Board of Directors meet on the2nd Monday of the month at 1 PM at theSenior Center. This meeting is open to allmembers of the CCSCA and the public.SENIOR CENTER4095 Overland AvenueCulver City, CA 90232VISIT US ONLINE AT WWW.CULVERCITY.ORG/SENIORCENTERNEWSLETTER

2022 CCSCA Membership Registration Drive2022 Membership Renewal InformationThe Culver City Senior Citizens Association 2022 Membership Drive will be held during thebelow dates and times in the Senior Center Lobby: December 6th - 10th from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM January 3rd - 7th from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM January 10th - 14th from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM2022 Membership Reminders: Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination and photo ID will be required when renewing yourmembership. Only cash or check is accepted. No bills over 20.00 will be accepted. No refunds.All CCSCA members must have a current 2022 membership & parking sticker by Monday,January 17th. Membership renewal can only be done in person. Beginning Monday, January17th, the Business Desk will be accepting membership renewals.New Additions to 2022 MembershipNewsletter Mailing - The City of Culver City will continue to pay for the monthlynewsletter to be mailed to all CCSCA members in 2022. The option of purchasing thenewsletter mailing has been taken off the 2022 membership card.Senior Center Passport - Each senior who renews their membership will be receivingour new Senior Center Passport. This Passport is your key to unlocking the full experience ofyour Culver City Senior Center. The passport lists a series of tasks to be completed withdesignated initials. Once the passport is complete, you may submit the passport to theBusiness Desk to claim a prize from the Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community ServicesDepartment. The passport must be completed by the end of 2022 to receive a prize. Memberswho complete the passport will also have their name highlighted in the newsletter.2022 CCSCA MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION DRIVE2022 Membership Cost Breakdown: 2022 Membership Dues - 20.00 90 Membership Due - 5.00 (must be 90 years old at time of membership renewal) Parking Pass - 5.00 Fitness Room - 125.00 for the calendar year or 75.00 for 6 months (all Fitness Roomrenewals require an updated 2022 Physician’s Authorization Form)Senior Center Survey - We value your feedback! As we continue to evolve andcelebrate the Senior Center being open again, we’d love to hear from you! You will bereceiving an anonymous survey at the membership drive that we encourage you to fill out andsubmit to the box at the Business Desk.FOR QUESTIONS & MORE INFORMATION CALL THE BUSINESS DESK AT (310) 253-67003

Special Monthly ActivitiesIkebana Japanese Floral SculptureIkebana is the ancient Japanese art of floralsculpture. Please come and enjoy thebeautiful display of Ohara-style Ikebana bySatsuki Palter and her team in the Senior Centerlobby all week.DateDayTimeSPECIAL MONTHLY ACTIVITIESNovember 29th - MON December 3rd FRI11:00 AM 5:00 PMBook ClubJoin Culver City High School students Emily &Teagan for an intergenerational monthly BookClub! The group is currently reading “The NightCircus” by Erin Morgenstern. You don’t want tomiss it!DateDayTimeDecember 1st WEDSDecember 15th WEDS2:00 PM - 3:00 PM2:00 PM - 3:00 PMWalking GroupJoin PRCS staff member, John, twice a month forour walking group! Each month he will guidethe group on new routes around beautifulCulver City for 45 minutes to an hour. Thisgroup will meet on the Senior Center Patio. Allparticipants must wear proper exercise shoes.We recommend wearing bright colored clothes,bringing a reusable water bottle (disposableplastic is not allowed), wearing a hat &applying sunscreen. Open to CCSCA membersonly.DateDayTimeDecember 7th TUESDecember 21st TUES9:15 AM9:15 AMTrivia with MichaelCome test your trivia skills with Michael onthe 1st Tuesday of the month. Open to CCSCAmembers only.DateDayTimeDecember 7th4TUES10:00 AM - 11:00 AMKaraoke on the Patio with RudyJoin Rudy and friends for a fun filled afternoonof karaoke on the Senior Center patio every2nd & 3rd Wednesday of the month. OnDecember 15th, a special Holiday GratitudeProgram will be put on by Rudy & Friends!Come and enjoy a sing and danceperformance with light refreshments and araffle giveaway! Open to CCSCA membersonly.DateDayTimeDecember 8th WEDSDecember 15th WEDS1:00 PM - 3:00 PM1:00 PM - 3:00 PMKindness Rock PaintingLast month we had so much fun painting rockswith kindness messages! Come paint rocksto fill our wonderful rock garden! Come joinPRCS staff on the Senior Center patio andpaint a rock that shares a message of kindness,inspiration or motivation. The rock garden willbe on display at the front of the Senior Centerfor your fellow senior friends to read the kindmessages as they enter the building. Open toCCSCA members only.DateDayTimeDecember 9thTHURS1:00 PM - 2:30 PMMusic Mends Minds - Rhythm, Play andCommunity!Join us for the Music Mends Minds DrumCircle! The Drum Circle will be moving intoRoom A4 this month. Instruments will beprovided, and feel free to bring your own! Noexperience needed to join in our joyful musicmaking! Open to CCSCA members only.DateDay TimeDecember 10thFRI12:30 PM - 1:30 PMVISIT US ONLINE AT WWW.CULVERCITY.ORG/SENIORCENTERNEWSLETTER

Special Monthly ActivitiesWesley Park Holiday Guitar ConcertWesley Park is a concert classical guitarist andeducator from the Los Angeles area. With hiscolorful playing and enjoyable programs, hehas played professional concerts internationallyin countries such as the United States, Canada,Germany, and Austria. Come listen to Wesleyperform a holiday themed classical guitarconcert at the Center! Open to CCSCAmembers only.DateDay TimeThe Cunning ConsumerDateDayTimeDecember 11thDecember 15thWEDS10:30 AM - 11:30 AM1:00 PM - 2:00 PMVista Music School Holiday RecitalVista Music School is thrilled to be back at theCulver City Senior Center for another festiveand fun holiday recital. Our students will beplaying and singing a variety of classical andmodern pieces, followed by a short holidaysing-along for all to enjoy! It uplifts the spiritto come together after so long to celebrate ourstudents’ passion for music. It means so much tosee an enthusiastic audience applauding andwe hope to see you there!DateDayTimeDecember 12thSUN1:00 PM - 2:00 PMGingerbread House CompetitionSign up for our first ever Gingerbread HouseCompetition! We will be accepting 40 sign ups.Seniors will be split into teams of 4. You canpick your own team or staff will assign you to ateam. Supplies will be provided. The top 3Gingerbread Houses will receive a prize! Signups begin on Monday, December 6th at theBusiness Desk. Open to CCSCA members only.DateDayTimeDecember 14thTUES11:00 AM - 1:00 PMAsk the Physical TherapistPhysical Therapist, Cristina Gabor is back to liveseries of presentations on “Aging Back - Tips onHow to Stay Pain Free”. Open to CCSCA membersonly.DateDayTimeDecember 16thTHURS1:00 PM - 2:00 PMAdventure with Doug - Adventure to TitusCanyon & Thimble PeakButted against the Nevada State line, the GrapevineMountains are some of the most scenic inCalifornia’s Death Valley. Winding through thesespectacular mountains, a rough dirt road makes itsway through beautiful and mysterious TitusCanyon. Before we get through, though, we’ll stopand attempt to summit dramatic Thimble Peak,standing proudly above the desert landscape. Joinus for a great escape —our slide show filled with funstories, fascinating facts and stunning images. Wemay even find a ghost town or two along the way.Open to CCSCA members only.DateDayTimeDecember 21stTUES3:30 PMSPECIAL MONTHLY ACTIVITIESSATConsumer writer and award-winning reporter EllisLevinson, a.k.a. The Consumer Guy,continues his monthly class, The CunningConsumer. This session’s topic will be, “The bestways to hire and deal with contractors for jobs bothlarge and small”. Whether you might be thinking ofhiring a handyman or a big-jobcontractor, please bring your questions andconcerns. Open to CCSCA members only.BingoJoin PRCS staff for Bingo in Room B47. Prizes will beprovided by the Culver City PRCSDepartment. Open to CCSCA members only.DateDayTimeDecember 29thWEDS1:00 PM - 2:00 PMFOR QUESTIONS & MORE INFORMATION CALL THE BUSINESS DESK AT (310) 253-67005

DECEMSUNDAY12:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong &Pan1:00 MovieMONDAY8:00 Zumba Gold*9:00 Ceramics*9:15 Beginning Ukulele*9:15 Stretch and Flex10:00 Chair Zumba*9:00 Gentle Mat Yogawith Lauren*9:00 Mah Jong & Bridge9:00 Pan9:15 Tai Chi with Greg9:15 Walking Group10:15 Intermediate Ukulele*(Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday)(Cancelled Dec 27th - Jan 10th)CLASS SCHEDULE*Means the Class Hasa FeeAll classes are taken atthe risk of theparticipant10:30 Sit N Be Fit*10:30 Tai Chi with Anton*12:00 Dancersice*12:15 Photography*1:00 Art with Coco1:00 Line Dancing*2:30 Yoga with Phil*SUNDAYWEDNES8:00 Zumba Gold*9:00 Crochet Group9:00 Pan9:30 Chair Abs & Co10:00 Loss Support G(No Drop Ins & Meets Tw10:30 Pan10:45 Hula Dance11:00 Beginning Spa11:00 Karaoke11:00 Chair Yoga wi11:30 Balance Challenge*1:00 Yoga with Phil*1:00 Chair Yoga with Caroline 1:30 Current Events*1:00 Movie2:00 Genealogy1:00 Improv for Fun(Cancelled in December)2:15 Beginning Span(if interested please see Amanda)1:00 Platicando Sabroso2:00 SSG SupportSupport Group3:30 Gentle Yoga with 2:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong & Pan onthe Patio1:00 Movie12:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong & Pan onthe Patio1:00 Vista Music SchoolHoliday Recital12:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong & Pan onthe Patio1:00 Movie26.9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open1:00 Virtual Reality(must preregister)9:00-1:30Membership Registration in theLobby9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open1:00 CCSCA Board Meeting1:00 Virtual Reality(must preregister)9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open1:00 Virtual Reality(must preregister)27. Stretch & Flex Cancelled1:00 Movie6TUESDAY9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open1:00 Virtual Reality(must preregister)9:15 Walking Group10:00 Trivia with Mike1:00 Movie1:00 Movie9:15 Walking Group1:00 Movie3:30 Adventure with Doug28.1:00 MovieVISIT US ONLINE AT 5 Comput2:00 Book2:00 LADMH WoDepression & A8.9:15-11:15 Comput10:00-11:30 Loss Su1:00-3:00 Karaokewith Rud2:00 LADMH Worksh15.9:15-11:15 Comput10:30 Cunning C1:00-3:00 Karaokewith Rud2:00 Book22.9:15-11:15 Comput29.10:00-11:30 Loss Su10:00-12:00 Volun(maximum 3 do1:00 Bing

MBERDAYoreGroupwice a Month)anishth Caroline**nishTHURSDAYFRIDAY9:00 Watercolor*9:00 Mah Jong & Bridge9:00 Pan9:15 Dance Fit with John10:00 Sign LanguageSATURDAY8:009:009:009:009:009:4512:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong& Pan3:00 French(Meets 3rd Thursday)ESDAYer Lab OpenCluborkshop Anxietyer Lab Openupport Groupe on the Patiodyhop -Resiliencyer Lab OpenConsumere on the PatiodyCluber Lab Openupport Groupnteer Notaryocuments)goTHURSDAY2.FRIDAY3.4.9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open9:30-10:30Blood Pressure Checks9.10:00 Spanish1:00-2:00Rock Painting16.10.9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open9:30-10:30 Blood Pressure Checks12:30-1:30Music Mends Minds Drum Circle17.1:00 Ask the PhysicalTherapist3:00 French9:15-11:15 Computer Lab Open9:30-10:30Blood Pressure Checks23. Years Eve Party PackPick-UpSATURDAYSenior Center Closes at 2:00Today12:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong & Pan onthe Patio11.CLASS SCHEDULEZumba Gold*Knitting GroupMah Jong & BridgePanTai Chi with Anton*Gentle Mat Yoga with10:00 SpanishCaroline*(Meets Last Thursday)11:00 Reading Short Story Group 10:30 Balance Challengewith Marguerite*11:30 Balance Challenge*11:00Chair Yoga with Caroline12:00 Dancercise*1:00 German Conversations12:00 Duplicate Bridge1:00 Line Dancing*(Meets in the Veterans Building)1:00 Remembranzas12:30 Fun with Pastels2:00 Mindfulness Meditation on1:00 Beginning Mah Jongthe Patio1:00 Chair Yoga with Caroline3:30GentleYoga with Cyndi*1:00 Latin American Group1:00 Yoga with Phil*12:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong & Pan onthe Patio1:00 Wesley Park HolidayGuitar Concert18.12:00- 3:45Bridge, Mah Jong & Pan onthe Patio25.SENIOR CENTER CLOSEDTODAYSenior Center Closes at 2:00TodayFOR QUESTIONS & MORE INFORMATION CALL THE BUSINESS DESK AT (310) 253-67007

MoviesMovies Every Tuesday & Sunday at 1:00 PMThe CCSCA sponsors a movie screening every Tuesday & Sunday at 1:00 PM for your enjoyment!The movies are open to CCSCA members only, you must show your membership card foradmittance. In the interest of fairness, seats are first come, first served, as space is limited. Do notmove the chairs. Movies and time is subject to change.SENIOR CENTER MOVIESSunday MoviesDecember 5th - Misteltoe & MenorahsWhen a toy company executive must learn aboutHanukkah to land a big account, she enlists thehelp of her co-worker’s friend, who also happensto be in need of turning his home into aChristmas Wonderland to impress his girlfriend’sfather. 2019; PG; Drama, Romance; Kelley Jakle,Jake Epstein, Cory Lee; 85 min.December 12th - No Movie1:00 PM Vista Music School HolidayRecitalDecember 19th - Four ChristmasesA happily unmarried San Francisco couple findthemselves socked in by fog on Christmasmorning, As a result their exotic vacation plansmorph into the family-centric holiday. 2008;PG-13; Comedy, Drama, Romance; ReeseWitherspoon, Vince Vaughn, Nary Steenburgen;109 min.Tuesday MoviesDecember 7th - Last HolidayUpon learning of a terminal illness, a shy womandecides to sell all her possessions and live it upat a posh Central European hotel. 2006; PG-13;Comedy, Romance; Queen Latifah, LL Cool J,Timothy Hutton; 112 min.December 14th - Christmas with the KranksWith their daughter, Blair, away, Luther and NoraKrank decide to skip Christmas all together until shedecides to come home, causing an uproar whenthey have to celebrate it at the last minute. 2004;PG; Comedy, Family; Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis,Dan Aykroyd; 99 min.December 21st - ElfRaised as an over-sized elf, a human travels fromthe North Pole to NYC to meet his biological fatherwho doesn’t know he exists and is in desperateneed of some Christmas spirit. 2003; PG;Adventure, Comedy, Family; Will Ferrell, JamesCaan, Bob Newhart; 97 min.December 28th - New Year’s EveThe lives of several couples and singles in New YorkCity intertwine over the course of New Year’s Eve.2011; PG-13; Comedy, Romance; Sarah JessicaParker, Jessica Biel, Ashton Kutcher; 118 min.December 26th - The HolidayFrom writer/director Nancy Meyers comes aromantic comedy about two women on oppositesides of the globe who swap houses only todiscover that a change of address can reallychange their lives. 2006; PG-13; Comedy,Romance; Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Jude Law;88 min.8VISIT US ONLINE AT WWW.CULVERCITY.ORG/SENIORCENTERNEWSLETTER

Virtual ConcertsBob Levy “The Music Man”Bob returns with his guitar, singing voice andnostalgic songs from Frank Sinatra to the Beatles.Eddie Ed Obrien, the zany comedian will alsojoin again to bring more laughter and fun to thismusical hour. We hope you can be there.DateDecember 15thDayWEDSTime1:00 PM - 2:00 30 AM - 12:30 PM11:30 AM - 12:30 PM11:30 AM - 12:30 PMLADMH - Depression & AnxietyLearn to recognize the symptoms of depression andanxiety. Find out what contributes to these problems andwhat needs to be done when you or someone you lovesuffers from depression or anxiety. For those who do nothave internet access at home, the Senior Center will beshowing this workshop virtually onsite in Room B47.DateDecember 1stDayWEDSTime2:00 PM - 3:00 PMLADMH - ResiliencyWe all have challenging events that occur in our lives, buthow can we better cope with the stress of these life events?Resilience is an ability that can be developed in anyone.Learn tips on cultivating this valuable skill. For those who donot have internet access at home, the Senior Center will beshowing this workshop virtually onsite in Room B47.DateDecember 8thDayWEDSTime2:00 PM - 3:00 PMLADMH - Late Life TransitionsAs we age, we all face key social, physical, andpsychological changes. This presentation identifieslate-life transitions which can affect the way we functionand offers tips on maintaining a positive self-view, feelinggood about our past, and making the most of life in the faceof these changes. For those who do not have internet accessat home, the Senior Center will be showing this workshopvirtually onsite in Room B47.Music with MichaelOur awesome volunteer guitarist, MichaelMonogan, will continue hosting his weekly Zoomconcerts. Tune in to hear him play the songs ofSinatra, Astaire, Elvis, the Beatles and more!DateDecember 15thDateDayTimeOn-GoingTHURS1:00 PM - 2:00 PMUSC is conducting a research study for family memberscaring for someone with memory loss, dementia, orAlzheimer’s disease. Participation is voluntary, at no cost,and any services you use will not be affected. Participantswill be compensated 20 for every interview completed,up to 80, or 100 if they participate in the focus group.Information obtained about participants is confidential.For interested participants who are over 18, able to readEnglish, and can attend online class, call attend onlineclasses, call: 213-740-1887 or email Melanie Morales formore information at [email protected] would likeaccess to any of our these virtualconcerts or workshops , please emailinfo . seniorcenter @ culvercit y . org and wewill send you the class ’ zoom link andmeeting id .DayWEDSTime2:00 PM - 3:00 PMCONCERTS & WORKSHOPSMusic Mends MindsJoin Music Mends Minds for a fun filled concertthree times a week! Music Mends Minds is anonprofit that creates musical support groups forpatients with Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s,traumatic brain injury, stroke, and PTSD. Thesemusical support groups foster a communitybetween the musicians and singers, as well as theirfamilies, friends, and caregivers, all of whom thriveon socialization and music-making. Join in on oneof their global online sing-a-long sessions! ContactCarol Rosenstein at (818) 326-0500.WorkshopsSavvy Caregiver Classes – The SouthernCalifornia Caregiver StudyDateDecember 14thDayTUESTime10:00 AM - 11:00 AMFOR QUESTIONS & MORE INFORMATION CALL THE BUSINESS DESK AT (310) 253-67009

More Important InformationReminder from the Culver City Senior Center StaffThe use, consumption or possession of drugs or alcohol on City property, including theparking lot, is prohibited. In addition, patrons shall not be under the influence of drugsor alcohol when using the Senior Center. Please also be reminded the Center is a sharedspace and be considerate to others. Please review and abide by the City ’s Code ofConduct, which is posted throughout the building.MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATIONCulver City Equity & Human Relations Award NominationsDo you know someone who has contributed to equity and human relations in Culver City? Nominate themto celebrate their amazing contribution! Go online to sions/Equity-Human-Relations-Advisory-Committee -EHRAC/Equity-and-Human-Relations-Award tonominate someone and see further instructions on how to nominate. Submissions for nominations openedin September 2021 and will end on December 31, 2021.Who can be nominated? A Culver City resident A person employed in Culver City A Culver City student from any school (Elementary, Middle School, High School, or West LA College) A Culver City business owner or an executive director of a non-profit organizationDowntown Culver City Tree LightingThe 2021 Holiday Tree Lighting will be onThursday, December 2nd from 6 PM - 8 PM inDowntown Culver City. The event will featurelive performances, treats, games a visit fromSanta Claus for photo opportunities! Freeparking for up to 1 hour in any one ofDowntown’s three municipal parking structures.AARP Driver SafetyThe AARP Driver Safety courses will bereturning in 2022! Patrons may sign up now atthe Business Desk for the 8 hour Driver Safetyclass and 4 hour refresher course. Please stopby the Business Desk for more information onthe 2022 class schedule and fees.10Zoom with SantaSanta is Zooming to Culver City this month! Signyour grandkids up for a fun and unique Zoomsession with Santa where they can get the chance tochat with their favorite holiday friend! Participantswill also receive a Holiday Craft Crate andpersonalized letter from Santa with their Zoomsession. Call the PRCS Registration Office at (310)253-6650 to sign your grandkids up now!Merry Makers ClubThe Merry Makers will be hosting their firstin-person meeting on January 24, 2022 at10:00am in Room C71 at the Senior Center.VISIT US ONLINE AT WWW.CULVERCITY.ORG/SENIORCENTERNEWSLETTER

More Important InformationThe 2022 Membership Drive Needs YOUR AssistanceIf you would like to volunteer for the 2022 membership drive, please contact Alexis at (310) 253-6748or stop by her office next to the entrance of the Senior Center. Please see page 3 for membership drivedates. Senior Center staff will be conducting a mandatory training for all membership drive volunteerson Wednesday, December 1st from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM in Room B47 at the Senior Center.Turning Point School Intergenerational ProjectNew Years Eve Party PacksWe are so sad that we are not able to ring in thenew year at our annual New Year’s Eve party thisyear, so we want to bring the party to your home!Sign up to receive a New Year’s Eve Party Packfilled with fun items that will help youwelcome 2022 while staying safe at home!! Signups begin on Wednesday, December 15th at10:00 AM. You can reserve your party pack bycalling the Business Desk at (310) 253-9700. Youmust speak with a staff member and not leave avoicemail. Party packs will be available for pickup on Thursday, December 30th between 11:00AM -1:00 PM in the Senior Center parking lot.Apply to be Appointed to a Culver CityCommission, Board or Committee!Serve your City on one of the following bodies: Advisory Committee on Housing and Homeless Civil Service Commission Fiesta La Ballona CommitteeApplications must be submitted by January 31,2022 at 5:00 PM.For more information, please go online or contact theCityClerk’s Office at (310) 253-5851.MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAre you interested in connecting with students and sharing stories? Turning Point School in Culver Cityis looking for seniors for their Spring 2021 intergenerational project with their 6th grade students. Theproject would begin in mid-January and end in mid-March. The project will be conducted via Zoomonce a week sometime between 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM on a week day. The day of the week is still to bedetermined. The project would require each participant to be Zoom-savvy. If you are interested injoining this program and would like more information, please contact [email protected] CCSCA would like to honor the members who have passed since March of 2020Thank you to the families who submitted the name of their loved one who has passed.Ralph J. VillagomezLinda WesterschulteStephen Richard SeldinRudy Paige PagliaccioAma de ElejadeGuadalupe ArzolaDolores VegaLouis BlockVivian BrownMaria IannoneBarry MogcowitzFor those who submitted photos oftheir loved one, the photos will behung on the bulletin board outsideRoom C73 from December 6th December 20th.FOR QUESTIONS & MORE INFORMATION CALL THE BUSINESS DESK AT (310) 253-670011

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!!IF YOU OR A FRIEND NEED ANYTHING DURING THESE TIMES PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CALLSenior Center Business Desk. (310) 253-6700Business Desk Hours. M-F: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM SAT & SUN: 12:00 PM - 3:30 PMSenior Center Hours. M-F: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM SAT & SUN: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PMCulver City Coronavirus Hotline. (310) 253-6890Available M-F: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM or visit Meals (JFS). (323) 937-5843Special Service for Groups (SSG). (310) 253-6717Mental Health ResourcesVisit our PRCS Department website at: the City website at: www.culvercity.orgBE SURE TO FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIAPRCS Department Instagram: @culvercityprcsCity Instagram: @culvercitygovPRCS Facebook: Facebook:, Recreation &Community ServicesPlunge Facebook: roofofF ull C ovid V accineisR equiredtoE ntertheS enior C enterThe Culver City City Council has voted to require all patrons entering a City facility to show proof of full covidvaccination. This does not include the booster shot. This mandate will go into effect on Monday, November 29,2021. Please be prepared to show a photo ID and proof of covid vaccination when entering the Senior Center andall other City facilities. This applies to all patrons, including caregivers.You are able to show proof of vaccination through one of the following means:1. Your white COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Thecard must include the name of the person vaccinated, type of vaccine provided and the date the last dose wasadministered.2. A digital record on your phone. Visit the State of California’s Digital COVID-19 Vaccine record website at to download a digital record to your phone or byscanning the QR code on the right side of this page.3. A photograph of a Vaccination Record Card. The photo can be shown on a smartphoneor other mobile device, or it can be a physical photograph.4. Documentation of COVID-19 vaccination from a healthcare provider.If you have misplaced your vaccination record you can find it online at you are not tech savvy or need assistance obtaining an digital record, there is open lab at the Senior Centercomputer lab on MWF from 9:15-11:15 AM.Please remember that face masks are required to be worn properly at all timeswhile inside the Senior Center. Masks must stay above your nose.If you or a friend need a mask, just ask a PRCS staff member!!

Karaoke on the Patio with Rudy Join Rudy and friends for a fun filled afternoon of karaoke on the Senior Center patio every 2nd & 3rd Wednesday of the month. On December 15th, a special Holiday Gratitude Program will be put on by Rudy & Friends! Come and enjoy a sing and dance p