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An Apple for the VIPs

Approximately 100 VIPs joined the Beverly Hills Education Foundation for its elegant VIP reception in honor of Apple Award Recipients and Event Sponsors (including Michelle and Alan Kaye pictured) at the Veranda room at Peninsula Beverly Hills on Wednesday

Student Wins Charlie Award

Beverly High honored senior Evan Moffitt with the Charlie Award Tuesday for outstanding creative writing at a tea service held on campus

RELAY FOR LIFE

Hundreds of Beverly Hills residents participated in the “Relay for Life” walk sponsored by The American Cancer Society at El Rodeo School on Saturday

Republican Congressional Candidates Hold Debate In Beverly Hills

Despite the limited parking at Beverly Hills High School, crowds gathered in Salter Theater for the Westside Republicans of Los Angeles and The San Fernando Valley Republican Club 30th Congressional District Republican Candidate Forum Wednesday.

Obesity On The Rise, What now?

The state is driving the “Let’s Move Campaign” through the nation’s schools to encourage students to exercise and eat better.

George Christy 04-30-2010

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An Apple for the VIPs

Approximately 100 VIPs joined the Beverly Hills Education Foundation for its elegant VIP reception in honor of Apple Award Recipients and Event Sponsors (including Michelle and Alan Kaye pictured) at the Veranda room at Peninsula Beverly Hills on Wednesday

Student Wins Charlie Award

Beverly High honored senior Evan Moffitt with the Charlie Award Tuesday for outstanding creative writing at a tea service held on campus

Petition Circulating Calling Board Of Ed. Search Process Wrong

A petition calling for modifications to the current BHUSD principal search was presented at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday.

New Beverly High Bell Schedule Green Lighted

After nearly three years, the Beverly High bell schedule has been finalized.

RELAY FOR LIFE

Hundreds of Beverly Hills residents participated in the “Relay for Life” walk sponsored by The American Cancer Society at El Rodeo School on Saturday

Brush Inspection Fee Suspended For Now

The City Council will suspend the newly implemented $383 fee for brush inspection until it can study the issue in greater depth at an upcoming study session.

Broad Foundation Keeps Santa Monica In Limbo For Museum

Eli Broad Foundation spokesperson Karen Denne is denying the foundation has made a concrete decision about the location of The Broad Art Foundation expansion/museum, despite widespread reports to the contrary including the Courier’s article last week
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