Supporters of Culver City Schools Gathered at Rachlin Partners

Culver City leaders, community guests and members of the design industry gathered for the annual Sip for Our Schools, a charitable wine and jazz event on Oct. 11 at Rachlin Partners architectural offices. With Rachlin’s outdoor patio transformed into a softly lit jazz-infused setting, the event successfully raised funds for the Culver City Education Foundation.

Guests at the fundraiser included Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, Culver City Unified School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Kati Krumpe, Culver City Education Foundation Executive Director Leslie Adler, various School board members and various city council members. Wines, craft beers and appetizers were provided by Public School 310, Gourmet Fetishes, Mama Gold’s Kitchen and Desserts by Sarie. Those in attendance were entertained by the Culver City High School AVPA Jazz Ensemble and received a private preview of Michael Rachlin's architecture studio, where approximately 80 percent of projects involve public funding. For more information about the Culver City Education Foundation’s charitable programs, visit

Pictured: Top: Mayor of Culver City Meghan Sahli-Wells with Michael Rachlin and Richard Ingrassia of Rachlin Partners; Middle: CCHS AVPA Jazz Ensemble performed at Sip for our Schools; Bottom: Executive Director of CCEF Leslie Adler, TV host Jennifer Convy, and Michael Rachlin.

Photos by Leslie Rockitter.

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