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Experience Michiana - July 25th, 2019

Episode #1068 - July 25th, 2019
Sometimes the best place to find a unique place is to head to a small town. This year the Drum & Bugle corps at the Culver Woodcraft Camp are celebrating 100 years. Krista Bailey takes us to the Elkhart Environmental Center to find out how a city dump was turned into an environmental education facility that has over 66 acres of dedicated trails, prairie grass, wetlands, and riverfront.
Original Airdate: July 25, 2019

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    The Standard
    Jeff & Jane Fuller More Information
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    Sometimes the best place to find a unique place is to head to a small town. In Bourbon Rick found a place that is and Ice Cream shop and Antique store. It's called The Standard and owners Jeff and Jane Fuller share what got them started and what all they offer. In addition to ice cream and antiques they also have baked goods (like homemade pies) and a few sandwich selections that Jeff makes. Get more info here: www.enjoythestandard.com

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    1. Jeff & Jane FullerOwners

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    100 years of the Woodcraft D&B
    Jeff Kenny, Heike Spahn More Information
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    This year the Drum & Bugle corps at the Culver Woodcraft Camp are celebrating 100 years. There is a lot of history and tradition in the Woodcraft D&B and Rick found out about the history as well as talked to some of the current campers. For a great video on the history of the Culver Woodcraft D&B you can go here: https://cdm17320.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p17320coll4/id/396/rec/5 and to get more info on the camps go here: www.culver.org/summer

    Guests

    1. Jeff KennyArchives ManagerCulver Academies Museum
    2. Heike SpahnWoodcraft Camp Director

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    Elkhart Environmental Center
    Jamison Czarnecki, Krista Bailey More Information
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    Krista Bailey takes us to the Elkhart Environmental Center to find out how a city dump was turned into an environmental education facility that has over 66 acres of dedicated trails, prairie grass, wetlands, and riverfront. They also offer a lot of educational programs for the public. Get more info here: www.elkhartindiana.org/eec/

    Guests

    1. Jamison CzarneckiEnvironmental Center Supervisor
    2. Krista BaileyDirectorIU South Bend Center for a Sustainable Future

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