Pictured 35 years ago in June, 1980, is Dr. Gregory 0. Easterday, longtime Culver dentist, who had just moved his dental offices to 303 N. Main Street in Culver. The home had formerly been the residence of Mr and Mrs.
While an assortment of "hot topics" may have made the round in recent weeks nationwide, one of the points of debate and passion in Culver recently has centered on a fairly small, unassuming-looking tree.
Members of Culver's town council had a heated exchange with the representative of a local property owner over the length of grass at the site, marking the second year in a row of contention over the same matter at the property.
Culver's town council will host a public hearing towards a final decision on whether to include fluoride in the town's drinking water, during its regular meeting Tuesday, July 14 at 6:30 p.m., at the town hall on Washington Street.
A look back this week 35 years to 1980, one year since A & R Motors moved into their large new facilities at 415 Lake Shore Drive (better known today as the former site of the City Tavern/Diner, though the building is empty now).
Yes, that's a pair of pelicans (be sure to scroll to the next image for a closer look), photographed by Bruce Carter on the southeast side of Lake Maxinkuckee last weekend (thanks to Jane Grund of the Lake Maxinkuckee Association and Neal Wallace for making the photos available).
Seen here is the only presently known photo of the Methodist Protestant Church in the Maxinkuckee Village on 18B Road when it was still functioning as a church, a role in which few living residents remember it today.