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‘Crazy Quilt Club’ onstage at Culver Community High School Saturday

March 6, 2012

The Culver Comm. Cavalier Drama Clib will perform “The Crazy Quilt Club” Sat., March 10 at 7:30 p.m., and Sun., March 11 at 3 p.m., at the Culver Comm. High School.

The setting is an elderly womens’ quilt club. The ladies’ doctor (played by Anne Nowalk) brings her aunt to visit, causing a mysterious turn of events. A detective (Cameron Turney) is brought in to investigate the murder of one lady and the comical murder mystery begins to unravel.

ALS Association lauds local 6th grader, educates about disease

March 5, 2012

The Culver community's remarkable rallying around the Reinhold family in recent months was largely the result of the efforts of Culver Elementary 6th grader Reilly Reinhold's initial fund-raising project for the ALS Association of Indianapolis last fall. Last week, representatives of that organization made the trek from Indianapolis to Culver to surprise Reilly with recognition of, and appreciation for her efforts.

Comeback kid: after big-city success, tragedy, Bennett returns to serve Culver

March 4, 2012

If you’ve been active in Culver over the past year or so, it’s likely you’ve run into Trent Bennett. It’s somewhat hard not to, after all, whether you’ve stopped by Culver’s Kiwanis Club, Lions Club, Culver Lake Fest, Culver Redevelopment Commission, Bennett’s Contracting, or just around town.

But the road from a childhood on State Street in Culver took Trent Bennett around the country — from Rose-Hulman to the east coast, to Indianapolis and beyond — and through tragedy and triumph — before eventually leading him back to State Street, in Culver.

Band director looks to community to replace 25 year old uniforms

March 2, 2012

Those who have witnessed the Culver Community High School band in a parade or other event of late may not know it, but they’ve been watching uniforms now aged 25 years, something band director Jason Crittendon hopes to correct this year. The band program, however, will need a bit of help from the community.

Special events and more in Culver this wkd and week to come

March 1, 2012

Sen. Head to speak here Saturday
State Sen. Randy Head will hold a legislative update “town hall” style meeting in Culver Saturday, March 3, at 9 a.m. in the meeting room on the lower level of the Culver Public Library. The meeting is open to the public, and Sen. Head will be discussing current legislation in the 2012 session and answering questions. Head represents Union, West, Green, Walnut and Tippecanoe townships, along with all of Fulton County.

Bishop Rhoades to visit Culver Sunday

Three CES singers lauded at state level

February 28, 2012

After many efforts through the years, this year three Culver Elementary students have been chosen by the IMEA (Indiana Music Educators Association) for its elementary and middle school honor choir.

Since 1990, IMEA has sponsored the honor choir, and students who participate in Circle the State with Song area festivals have the opportunity to audition for these All-State Honor Choirs. Both choirs are select groups of approximately 140 singers each. Both groups performed at the Indiana Music Educators Association state convention Jan. 20 in Fort Wayne.

Park board app withdrawn, CVS overhaul discussed

February 27, 2012

Culver’s town council began its Feb. 14 meeting with the appointment of Sally Ricciardi as board president, in the wake of former president Ed Pinder’s resignation from that position (though not from the council). Ginny Munroe was voted in as vice president.

Following up on another past matter -- one of some contention in recent meetings -- Pinder told the council and audience that Rhonda Reinhold, who had submitted her name for a seat on Culver’s parks and recreation board, has withdrawn her name.

Former Culverite’s battle for life reignited, 25 years later

February 23, 2012

Many in Culver will remember Christian Snyder’s battle with cancer as a teen. Many likely are not aware, however, that the raditation treatment which saved his life then is now threatening his life. At just 13, Chris was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor.

"We were told to be happy for every day he was with us," recalls mom Darlene. "Churches all over the U.S. and the Plymouth area were praying for him."

Lions-supported students prepare for mission

February 22, 2012

Three Culver Community High School students will journey to Mexico next month, once again supported by Culver's Lions Club and Culver Academies, and once again joining Academies students for that school's annual spring break mission trip.

Local author Gleason to read from new Vietnam book March 9

February 21, 2012

Local author Ray Gleason will read from his new book, "The Violent Season," about the generation of young Americans who experienced the Vietnam war, Friday, March 9, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Culver Coffee Company in Culver.

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