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Culver Lions’ children’s Halloween party Oct. 29

October 25, 2013

The Culver Lions Club's annual children's Halloween party will return Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. (registration starts at 5 p.m.), at the Culver Elementary School gym. Costume judging starts at 6 p.m. and awards are presented at 6:35 p.m. Games start around 7 p.m., with assistance from the Culver Youth Community Organization (CYCO).

Kline talks Obamacare changes for local seniors

October 24, 2013

Culver resident and insurance agent Don Kline -- whose wife Janet introduced him noting he's been in the business for 45 years and has currently around 1,000 clients -- stopped by Culver's weekly Kiwanis Club meeting last Thursday to help his audience navigate how the Affordable Care Act will affect senior insurance costs in the near future.

Kline began by pointing out the legislation, popularly known as "Obamacare," will affect those under 65 far more than seniors, but will indirectly affect everyone on Medicare due in part to reduced funding for Medicare.

Rhythmic Circus on stage Nov. 6 in Huffington series

October 24, 2013

Rhythmic Circus, a theatrical combination of live music and dance, will hit the stage of Culver Academies' Eppley Auditorium on Weds., Nov. 6, starting at 7:30 p.m., as part the ongoing Huffington Concert series at the school.

After years of selling out venues on its national tour, the Feet Don’t Fail Me Now show continues its rise from an underground percussive dance phenomenon to one of the most popular tap shows since Tap Dogs.

Park board awards bid for removal of controversial pier

October 24, 2013

Culver's parks and recreation board, having met once each week for three consecutive weeks now, finally reached a consensus (and a quorum) regarding removal of a controversial public pier which was installed last spring.

The Oct. 16 meeting followed up on an attempt at a meeting Oct. 2 at which the six-person board failed to attain a quorum (in the absence of members Ed Behnke, Leroy Bean, and Kathy Hart), and an Oct. 9 meeting where the four members needed for an official meeting were present.

If these walls could talk: 612 Lakeshore Dr.

October 22, 2013

“Culver History Corner” is a semi-regular feature sponsored by the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver (http://www.culverahs.com), whose quarterly newsletter is also sponsored in The Culver Citizen.

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In this week's installment of our ongoing virtual "walks" through buildings of significance in Culver, we stroll into a building into which many a Culverite has strolled on many an occasion 00 though not, most of us, for a few years now.

New owners discuss future of Culver hardware building

October 19, 2013

The new owners of the building at 120 S. Main Street, which will cease to be home to Culver's hardware store after the end of this month, say they hope to enhance Culver's downtown business offerings in the space.

More event details for Culver Fall Fest 2013 this wkd

October 18, 2013

Editor’s note: The first annual Culver Fall Festival will take place this weekend throughout Culver, as detailed in the Sept. 26 edition of The Culver Citizen. For a complete schedule of adult, family, and children’s oriented events scheduled as part of the festival, visit www.culverchamber.com.
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*Fall Fest run/walk Saturday

Town council: possible housing development, staff changes, budget, and more

October 17, 2013

Among a variety of topics brought to the fore during last week's Culver town council meeting was a report written by town manager Dave Schoeff and read in his absence at the meeting, that Schoeff, council president Sally Ricciardi, and Rick Tompos of the Culver Redevelopment Commission, met with a housing developer -- whom Shoeff's report did not name -- interested in developing a subdivision or homes in Culver.

Fall Fest haunted house culminates of years of collecting elaborate spooky props

October 15, 2013

When the 2013 Culver Fall Fest's haunted house at the beach lodge opens its doors, it will represent years of collecting elaborate and high-quality Halloween-themed props and decorations on the part of Mark Damore Sr. -- and a lot of set-up experience on the part of his son, Mark Jr.

Mark Sr., best known to Culverites as the owner of the Original Root Beer Stand, says he had to master plan to collect and set up the spooky paraphernalia. Instead, he says, "I love Halloween," and once he started buying a few items, he "just kept buying!"

Stolen anchor recovered in Culver

October 15, 2013

A Culver family has had a cherished item recovered, following a theft reported in last week's edition of The Culver Citizen.

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