Archive - Mar 11, 2011
Culver Community Schoolsâ Board of Directors recognized the contributions of resigning board member Ned Davis, who ended a 14-year tenure with the board January 31, at its last regular meeting. Pictured AT LEFT is board Vice President Jim Wentzel, left, presenting a plaque to Davis.
In the PHOTO AT RIGHT, newly sworn-in board members Ryan Sieber (left) and Ken VanDePutte. Seiber ran in the past election and VanDePutte was appointed February 28 to replace Davis.
BREMEN â On March 9 at about 9:03 a.m., the Bremen Police Department received a complaint of shoplifting from the Bellmart, 1151 W. Plymouth St.
Before officers arrived, the suspect vehicle left the business west bound on Plymouth St. At about 9:06 a.m., the suspect vehicle was located and stopped on SR 106 west of Industrial Dr. by Officer Bruce Gadziola.
PLYMOUTH â Plymouth freshman Nicky Davis has already had an outstanding gymnastics season.
Along with a slew of all-around wins throughout the year, the PHS gymnast owns the school record in the vault with a 9.4 at Saturdayâs Wawasee Sectional, also good enough for runner-up honors and the highest sectional finish by a Lady Pilgrim since 2007.
And her season isnât over yet.
Davis scored an all-around tally of 35.30 Saturday, earning her fifth place overall and qualifying her for tonightâs Valparaiso Gymnastics Regional at 7 p.m. EST.
Students and faculty hope the proverbial third timeâs a charm for the student-led âSoup for the Soulâ community event slated for Tuesday, March 29, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Culver Elementary School. For two years running, the event, originally the brainchild of CES 6th grade teacher Missy Trent and art teacher Joyce Lyman, saw 6th graders creating a wide array of hand-made pottery in the form of bowls, ladels, cups, and other items, in which community-donated soup is served to diners from the community, who then take home and keep the student-made items.