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Lions anniversary a night to remember for CCHS students, Fellows recipients, more

June 7, 2012

By any measure, May 23 was a night to remember for the Culver Lions Club.

First, it was a night for the club, celebrating its 69th anniversary, to hear­ken back to earlier years as the most active and accom­plished club in the commu­nity for decades running. This was accomplished through a digital slideshow of earlier scenes and com­mentary by several mem­bers.

Culver students inducted into Fine Arts Honor Society

June 6, 2012

Culver Academies inducted three local students into the Fine Arts Honor Society April 28, during the spring Parents Weekend. Fine Arts Honor Society inductees are students who, in the opinion of the Fine Arts faculty, “demonstrate a dedication to craft through purposeful practice, accomplishing the highest standard in performance and exhibition.”

Free children’s lunches served in Culver Comm. Schools area this summer

June 5, 2012

Area children 18 years of age and younger and people with disabilities (regardless of age) who participate in special education programs are eligible for a free meal through the Summer Food Service Program for Children (SFSP) at the following locations, according to Culver Comm. Schools food service director Carin Clifton (all other adults may purchase a lunch for $3 and/or a breakfast for $1.50). All meals must be eaten on site.

CUTPL kicks off summer reading Weds. with live animal show

June 5, 2012

As Culver Public Library Youth Services manager Ali Gaskill explained to the Culver Elementary students who filed into the library class by class recently, this year’s summer reading activities, displays, and prizes will follow the themes “Dream Big” (for kids), and “Own the Night” (for teens).

The program kicks off with an opening event Weds., June 6, at 1:30 p.m., with a hands-on animal show from animal conservation/education organization, Indiana Wild.

Four arrested in Culver on meth-related charges

June 4, 2012

CULVER - On Thursday, May 31, the Culver Police Department, acting on information received through the Starke County Sheriffs office, served a search warrant at 515 W. Jefferson St. in Culver.

Culver High School reunion slated for June 22

June 2, 2012

A reunion has been scheduled for Culver High School (CHS) alumni on Friday, June 22 at the Culver Elementary School gymnasium. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and close at 9:30 p.m.

Honored CHS classes will include those of 1967, 1962, 1957, 1952, 1947, 1942 and any other class ending with a “2” or “7” which has an alumnus or alumna attending the reunion, though CHS alumni from all years are welcome, as are those who attended CHS for only a few years.

CCHS top five students

June 1, 2012

The top five students at Culver Community High School, class of 2012 are (in alphabetical order): Aspen Kitchell, Joseph Krsek, Kalee Miller, Cam­eron Turney and Cassan­dra VanSky.

Graduation exercises are Friday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the school’s gym­nasium. Albert Hansel­man, Principal, will present the class and Brad Schuldt, Superintendent, will award the diplomas.

June 1 weekend in Culver

June 1, 2012

In addition to Culver Comm. High School graduation Friday evening and Culver Academies graduation Sunday morning, the coming days and weeks in Culver are as packed as might be expected as summer gets underway. Here's the scoop:

Farmer's Market is open
Culver’s Farmer’s Mar­ket has opened, at the cor­ner of Jefferson and Ohio Streets near downtown Cul­ver. Every Saturday, ven­dors will be selling items from 9 a.m. to noon.

Evening carillon recital Saturday

Culver council sends controversial zoning decision back to plan commission

May 31, 2012

Concerned residents not only filled the meeting room at Culver’s town hall last Tuesday, but spilled into the hallways and office space as well, as Culver’s town council heard details on possible rezoning from Ralph Booker of the Marshall County Plan Commission.

The controversy grew from what had originally been a county-wide effort to identify parcels of land in which part of the land was legally located in Marshall County and the other part outside town limits, in the county.

Dyslexia program, one of handful in state, changing lives in Culver

May 29, 2012

Young Alina Pizur used to sit and cry, says her mother Barb, when working on her school reading assignments.

"She would know her sight words," recalls Barb, "but couldn't grasp a new word."

Alina's 2nd grade teacher, Tina Bailey, contacted Barb and discussed the specifics of Alina's struggles, eventually beginning to tutor the Culver Elementary youngster after hours, starting last December.

Barb has noticed a significant difference in her daughter's scholastic performance.

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