The Culver Chamber of Commerce received approval from the Department of Natural Resources to hold a fireworks event on Lake Maxinkuckee for the Fourth of July.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members revisited the fireworks special event permit request for the residents of Culver submitted by the Culver Chamber of Commerce last week.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members discussed a special event permit submitted by the Culver Chamber of Commerce concerning a proposed fireworks show on July 4.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members will hold a special meeting Wednesday night to review a special event request for a proposed fireworks show presented by the Culver Chamber of Commerce.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members responded to a proposed fireworks event scheduled for July 4 on Lake Maxinkuckee.Continue reading
An opportunity to taste Culver’s finest cuisine will be offered in an elite setting on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET.
Over 10 restaurants will present their best in what the Culver Chamber of Commerce calls a “festival atmosphere” tomorrow afternoon. In addition to the many varieties of food, enjoy live music from a local musician and a wide range of spirits and other refreshments.
The Culver Town Council has given its blessing for the upcoming Winter Fest event. They recently approved the use of the town park for the festival, which is scheduled Feb. 10-12. Continue reading
The Culver Chamber of Commerce is looking for businesses and individuals to sponsor ice sculptures for the upcoming 4th Annual Winter Festival. Continue reading
Ancilla College will soon have a new president. This is Dr. Ron May’s last day. He’s retiring after eight years at the private, two-year school. He says Ancilla fills an important niche for students by giving them the foundation to either continue their education at a four-year institution like IU or Purdue or succeed in the workforce after they graduate. Continue reading
A Chamber of Commerce “Business After Hours” event took place last night at the Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center, and according to the executive director of the Starke County Chamber of Commerce, Debbie Mix, this is the first year the Chamber has held this event in an effort to promote networking between various chamber of commerce organizations.
“It’s a Business After Hours event because it allows different businesses to network with each other on a regional basis instead of just local. It will be including Starke County, Marshall County, Bremen and Culver chamber members, and they get the opportunity to meet each other and greet each other,” said Mix.