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Author: Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

In 2013, you helped *culture is not optional raise more money than ever to secure ownership of the Huss Project building in Three Rivers. But the year isn't finished yet!  Thanks to our year-long Brick Campaign, we currently have $21,600 to begin tackling our architectural planning and renovation goals in 2014.  Could you help us raise that amount to $25,000 before...

On Saturday, September 21, we gathered in the historic barn at Maple Tree Meadows for an Underground Supper Club to raise money for the Huss Project.  The *cino staff ran around the barnyard like chickens with their heads cut off cooking, serving, bussing and pouring drinks.  Our gracious host for the evening was Karla Kauffman,...

We recently received a note from a friend (thanks, Jim!) with a link to a listing on Ebay for a postcard with a picture of Huss School on the front -- postmarked September 12, 1919.  The school building first opened its doors on May 19, 1919, so we knew this photo must be one of...

In June 2009, after an unbelievable $25,000-in-40-days fundraising campaign, *culture is not optional (*cino) purchased Huss School on land contract.  The contract stipulated a balloon payment of almost $50,000 in June 2013, after four years of monthly mortgage payments.  In December 2012, we launched a Brick Campaign to raise $100,000: $50,000 to pay the balloon...

As of this morning, we've raised $44,400 together toward our Brick Campaign goal of $50,000 by June 15.  Here's a quick rundown of some interesting numbers from the campaign so far: 149 donors have purchased bricks 110 donors have contributed $200 or less 9 donors have contributed $1,000 or more 48 donors are from Three Rivers 87 donors are from...

There wasn't much underground about it, but last Saturday night we invited several folks to our first-ever Underground Supper Club as a fundraiser for the Huss Project. We borrowed a downtown Three Rivers building from friends and transformed the beautiful apartment space on the second floor, which is presently empty, into a restaurant-like atmosphere for...