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Legality of park board appointment questioned

February 5, 2012

A Culver town council vote Jan. 17 to leave parks and recreation board member Patty Stallings on that board didn't close the matter. Instead, debate over the matter was very much alive at last week's (Jan. 24) council meeting, and may be decided with finality at the Feb. 8 meeting.

As was the case Jan. 17, the controversy centered on Stallings' party affiliation, since four of the park board's six seats must be evenly split between Democrats or Republicans.

If these walls could talk...109 South Main Street

February 4, 2012

**CULVER HISTORY CORNER**
Sponsored by the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver
http://www.culverahs.com

It's been sometime since this once-regular feature graced the pages of The Culver Citizen, though several readers have asked about it and suggested it be continued (something your editor always had in mind, so long as there are more buildings to mine for history, left in Culver!).

Letter to the editor: thanking God for Culver

February 4, 2012

EDITOR'S NOTE: While we don't typically run letters to the editor on our website, a reader suggested this one merits publication here. It's a note of thanks to the community for the January event in Culver which raised more than $30,000 for Rob Reinhold, who is battling ALS here. It follows, below.
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Relay 2012 poised to put Culver over the half-million mark

February 4, 2012

It's hard to believe this April 20 weekend will mark the fifth annual Relay for Life in Culver, but organizers assured community members at a recent kickoff event at the train station-depot, that indeed it is.
Coming off of a total of $138,000 raised for the American Cancer Society at last year's student-led event, that puts Culver on track to top the half-million dollar mark this year (the grand total for the previous four is $490,000).

What to do in Culver, Feb. 3 and beyond

February 3, 2012

Chili supper for Culver pantry Friday
The Culver Lions Club and Culver Council of Churches will present their annual chili supper this Friday, Feb. 3, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the train-station depot on Lake Shore Drive. “Pinder’s recipe chili” will be featured as the main course of the meal, and all proceeds will benefit Culver’s food pantry.

CBC hosts ‘Courageous’ screenings

Geiselman, Millers honored at Lions’ annual community awards event

February 3, 2012

The Culver Lions Club's annual community awards night proved as memorable an event as its predecessors last Wednesday, when Jeanette Geiselman was feted as Citizen of the Year, and Ward and Esther Miller's Painter and the Poet as Organization of the Year.

Lion Marilyn Kelly introduced the Millers, noting she and Esther "go way back," having shared meals, parties, and child-rearing.

"I watched her talent grow," said Kelly. And then into her life came a very special gentleman with a way with words. They've become a big part of the community."

The Barn

January 29, 2012

(Taken from this month's installment of "It's _still_ the lake water" -- a title paying tribute to Bob Kyle's long-ago Culver Citizen column, "It must be the lake water" -- a regular feature of the print version of The Culver Citizen, by Rev. Dr. John W. Houghton).
Regular readers of this column know that a good deal of its business has taken place in one local restaurant notable for its walls of historical information; but the awesome burden of being the Citizen’s

Culver Academies students are 'Fencing for a Cure'

January 29, 2012

CULVER — When Culver Academies’ Desirae Major ’12 (Olathe, Kan.) was a sophomore, a senior on the fencing team talked about using the sport as a way to raise funds for charity. It would also be an interesting way to complete the senior service project. The best way, it seemed, would be to host a tournament with registration fees going to charity.
Major, who is a nationally-ranked saber fencer, thought it was a great idea at the time. But the tournament never got off the ground.

Mining marl, dodging rattlesnakes, and Weaver the ‘Renaissance man’

January 29, 2012

PART 2 OF 2
Editor’s note: In last week’s edition, we explored the unusual characteristics of land today owned in part by The Nature Conservancy, west of Thorn Road and north of State Road 10, as well as the legacy of the Allen Weaver family in mining the area for marl, used in the past as a farm fertilizer, but also giving evidence to the area’s glacial past.
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“Marl” Weaver and Calci-Carbo

South Bend Chocolate, other offerings upcoming at Culver Public Library

January 27, 2012

South Bend Chocolate Co. visits Culver library, just in time
for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and a representative from the South Bend Chocolate Company will be visiting the Culver-Union Township Public Library Tuesday, February 7 at 11 a.m.!
Come enjoy a lesson in the history of chocolate and learn about the products and services offered by Northern Indiana’s own South Bend Chocolate Company.
Delicious samples are highly likely!

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Monday, Sept. 22 Argos girls soccer at Marian 6:30 p.m. Bremen volleyball at Glenn 6 p.m. Culver...
WARSAW — It wasn’t necessarily NorthWood’s goal to walk out of the Warsaw Sectional with the...
Football Brebeuf beats CMA Brebeuf’s LaVante Bellamy set a new school rushing record with 376 yards...

 

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