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Culver events - April 18 weekend and beyond

April 17, 2014

Kindergarten round-up tonight
Culver Community Schools’ kindergarten round-up will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 17 in the Culver Elementary School cafeteria. To be eligible for kindergarten, a child must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 1, 2014. Children do not need to attend this informational meeting with parents, however the kindergarten classrooms will be open to visit following this meet­ing. If a parent cannot come on April 17, please contact Culver Elementary at 574-842-3389, or 574- 542-4017 to make other ar­rangements.

Sing for a Cure concert tonight

Top 10 CCHS seniors honor most influential teachers at annual banquet

April 16, 2014

If each incarnation of the annual banquet to honor the top ten graduating seniors from Culver Comm. High School and the teachers they chose as most influential takes on a flavor of its own, this year's event seemed in many ways to be a night of engaging oration, from students and teacher alike.

TRENT ELLIOTT
In the case of Trent Elliott, son of Kyle and Lori Elliott, it was chosen teacher Andy Thomas, athletic director and football coach at the school, who took his speech in a creative direction.

CCHS grad turns artistic skill into successful Marshall County business

April 12, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Dressing up driveways and walkways, Concrete Creations based out of Plymouth transforms plain concrete into art.
Concrete Creations provides quality concrete for residential and industrial clients, specializing in decorative concrete. The process creates the appearance of exotic stone, marble, brick and worn cobble-paving.

Through the years in Culver: early April

April 9, 2014

40 years ago: April 4, 1974
Opening Easter Sunday will be The Home Restau­rant at 113 N. Main Street in downtown Culver (the site of today’s Cafe Max -- editor), named by owners Marje and Bill Rinehart due to the his­tory of the space as a mov­ie theatre called The Home Theatre. Marje has been in the restaurant business in one form or another since age 13, and most recently was employed at Pinder’s Restaurant in Culver.

Visitor’s center funding examined in council workshop

April 8, 2014

Culver's town council last week spent about an hour in discussion with representatives of Culver's new, "in the works" visitor's center as part of a work session in response to the center's request that the town help fund the project for this, its inaugural year.

Council considers grant to improve south side, supports visitor’s center

April 8, 2014

Culver's Obispo Street may be the recipient of much-needed rehab if an Indiana Department of Transportation grant is received by the town, though work wouldn't begin until 2018.

At the March 25 meeting of Culver's town council, application for a grant of some $810,000 to $865,000 to completely replace the street, sidewalks, and curbs along the street on the south side of town, was among several topics of discussion.

CBGC auction 2014 set to continue success of club, past events

April 8, 2014

The Culver Boys and Girls Club (CBGC) has announced its annual silent auction event to be held on June 13 (starting at 6 p.m.) at Culver Academies Lay Center.

The CBGC board members are excited about this year’s event, says board chairwoman Ginny Munroe.

If these walls could talk: the depot

April 5, 2014

As we've been 'virtually' traveling, from article to article, through buildings of historic note in Culver during this series, our journey has taken us most recently along the north side of Lake Shore Drive's business district. We would be remiss, however, to skip over one of the most notable and historic structures, which lies across the street.

Piano incident strikes sour notes at park board meeting

April 5, 2014

The fate of a donated piano dominated conversation at what had been scheduled to be the March 19 meeting of the Culver park board, but which instead was an informal conversation due to the lack of a quorum.

Local musician’s song reaches nationwide audience for World Down Syndrome Awareness Day

April 5, 2014

A song by local musician Chad Van Herk has gained widespread attention as part of the worldwide observation of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day, which took place Friday, March 21.

The song, “A Smile for Everyone," was written by First Farmers Bank of Culver's bank manager Van Herk for his nephew Keel Allen, who has Down's Syndrome.

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