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If these walls could talk: Papas and its predecessors

August 30, 2014

As we continue our series of "virtual" journeys through the historic buildings of Culver, we last week left the cherished domain of the Original Root Beer Stand, which means this week we're logically stopping by another Culver icon (for over 35 years), Papa's Pizza.

Culver community encouraged to submit scarecrows for Fall Fest 2014

August 29, 2014

Community members are being encouraged to get started on their scarecrow contributions to the second annual Culver Fall Fest, scheduled for the weekend of Oct. 18.

Businesses, organizations, and individuals are invited to enter by contacting Susie Mahler at 574-250-4485 or picking up a form at Cafe Max on Main Street or other participating locations.

Entries should be delivered with photo of assembled scarecrow.

Academies’ MacNeil on ‘Learning how to learn’

August 27, 2014

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ACADEMIC DEAN OUTLINES SCHOOL'S FORWARD-THINKING APPROACH TO EDUCATION

When Culver Academies boarding school students begin classes Aug. 26, they'll once again be stepping into the stream of a balance of time-honored traditions, as well as an academic model carefully developed around what academic dean Kevin MacNeil described to a Culver Kiwanis Club audience earlier this summer as the strongest elements in contemporary education.

From Culver to Middle Earth

August 26, 2014

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NEW BOOK OF TOLKIEN ESSAYS SHOWCASES HOUGHTON'S CONTRIBUTIONS, UNUSUAL JOURNEY

There's a humorous story in William Strow's hardcover "Vignettes of Culver" collection of essays about the new pastor arriving at Wesley United Methodist Church in Culver to find Ralph Osborn, in work clothes, mowing the lawn at the church. Ralph had graduated from West Point and helped found Osborn Seed, and was just helping out while the usual lawn-care man for the church, Forest Houghton was away, watching his son John graduate from college.

From Culver to Middle Earth

August 26, 2014

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NEW BOOK OF TOLKIEN ESSAYS SHOWCASES HOUGHTON'S CONTRIBUTIONS, UNUSUAL JOURNEY

There's a humorous story in William Strow's hardcover "Vignettes of Culver" collection of essays about the new pastor arriving at Wesley United Methodist Church in Culver to find Ralph Osborn, in work clothes, mowing the lawn at the church. Ralph had graduated from West Point and helped found Osborn Seed, and was just helping out while the usual lawn-care man for the church, Forest Houghton was away, watching his son John graduate from college.

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