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Culver candidates square off at Kiwanis event

October 30, 2011

Over the course of its last two weekly (Thursday) meetings, Culver's Kiwanis Club has hosted a "candidate's forum" for the six candidates running for public office in the Culver community in this year's election Nov. 8.

The Culver-Union Township Public Library in downtown Culver is the town's sole polling place, and voting will take place from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the large meeting room on the lower level of the library. Only residents of the town of Culver are eligible to vote in this election.

Turnovers lead Cavaliers past Trojans

October 29, 2011

CULVER — The Culver Cavaliers exacted revenge on West Central for an earlier season defeat in typical, grind-it-out fashion Friday night.
After West Central went up early with a 23-yard touchdown run at the 8:37 stop of the first quarter, the Cavs responded with two scores of their own from Kevin Hogan — a 3- and 2-yard run — to take a 14-8 lead and never looked back in a 24-14 win over the Trojans in a Sectional 33 semifinal at Culver.

Haunted Culver revisited: the ghost of Pau-koo-shuck

October 29, 2011

On this Halloween weekend, we "resurrect" some CULVER CITIZEN articles from recent years on ghostly "hauntings" in the Culver area. Today's entry comes from October, 2007. --Editor

For over 150 years, there has been a historic Culver ghost story all its own which has been published in numerous books of ghost tales of Indiana and the Midwest.

Haunted Culver revisited: the Culver Cove ghost

October 28, 2011

On this Halloween weekend, we "resurrect" some CULVER CITIZEN articles from recent years on ghostly "hauntings" in the Culver area. Today's entry comes from October, 2007. --Editor

Jessye Gilley doesn’t really believe in ghosts.

“It wasn’t uncommon to hear odd noises when it’s slow here,” says Gilley, administrative director for the past four years at the Culver Cove. “You just attribute it to the building; you know, being on the lake, the building settling.”

Culver Scarecrow contest winners

October 28, 2011

Culver's "walking ladies" group alongside their winning entry, "Crowing about Culver," in the Culver Chamber of Commerce's Scarecrow Contest. According to Rosalie Bonine, of the walking group, the winners were given "a lovely gift basket containing a $50 prize, two gas gift certificates, (and) many other items donated by the Culver merchants." Marian Reinhold chairs the event, which was judged by a panel.

Goings on this wkd in Culver (Oct. 28)

October 28, 2011

VFW Halloween costume party
Culver’s VFW Post 6919 will host a Halloween costume party Friday, Oct. 28, starting at 8 p.m., following the Ladies Auxiliary dinner.
The event is for adults, and anyone attending in costume will be given a token for a free beverage of their choice. There will be cash prizes for the top three costumes. The Post is located at 108 E. Washington
Street. Its website is www.vfwpost6919.org.

Library hosts kids’ Halloween party

Culver 6th grader’s project grows from father's battle with ALS

October 27, 2011

The Culver community is once again rallying around one of its own, and once again it's thanks in part to one of the community's young people. This time, however, the student in question -- 6th grader Reilly Reinhold of Culver -- has a special connection to her project: she's raising money for the ALS Association (alsa.org), to fight the disease which has rapidly altered the life of her father, Culver Community High School graduate Rob Reinhold.

New museum director hopes to involve all ages in Culver history

October 26, 2011

The Center for Culver History’s new museum director thinks Culver is an amazing place with an amazing history, and she hopes to celebrate its history and people by way of her work there, through a variety of exhibits and activities.

Tour showcases Culver to statewide group

October 24, 2011

More than 50 participants from around Indiana took part in a recent tour, sponsored by the Indiana Humanities Council, of several successful Hoosier communities to examine their culture, arts, and redevelopment successes. Among them was Culver, where Citizen editor Jeff Kenney led a bus tour around Lake Maxinkuckee and the town, concluding with a presentation at the town park by Chamber of Commerce president Dawn Brockey, right, and town council member Ralph Winters, center. To his right is tour leader Paul Munoz of Hamilton County.

Halloween fun in Culver this week and next...

October 23, 2011

Culver Halloween history exhibit
The Center for Culver History, the museum and research center of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver, is hosting an exhibit on Halloween in Culver’s past. The exhibit will run into mid-November. Examined will be community events, private parties, and varieties of costumes and pranks. Photos, cartoons, and other memorabilia help tell the story. The museum is free and open to the public.

Lions Halloween party Oct. 25

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