The Cullers Run School House has been a historical part of Hardy County since 1898 as well as a featured tour stop in the Annual Heritage Weekend event. Under the Cullers Run School Association, there have been successful efforts in documenting the school’s history through period-accurate school house restoration, research & publications, and biennial reunions.
Mrs. Harriet Jenkins was a teacher at Cullers Run School when John was just a baby. On many occasions, Mrs. Jenkins would bring John to school with her. She would take the benches and turn them around to form a makeshift playpen for him. Each of the children would take turns taking care of him … Continue reading Everybody’s baby
Ruel Stultz was interviewed by Kathryn Hopkins Kavanagh, PhD on July 17, 2019.
Here's how to play: It is a game much like hide-n-seek and tag combined. The more players there are, the more challenging the game. Supplies: a can and a designated home base Object: The person who is "it" must capture all the players. Someone is chosen to be "it" and a home base is designated. … Continue reading Kick the Can
This game can be played with individuals but is best with teams. Thanks to Howcast for the following video.
Meet Lorene and Della, life long best friends. They were interviewed by Shefa Nola Benoit on February 28, 2019.
Meet Robert "Bob" E. Cullers. Interviewed by Shefa Nola Benoit on February 16, 2019.
Everett "Jake" See's was interview by Shefa Nola Benoit on February 15, 2019.
If my dad was still alive he could tell you many stories of his adventures at the school. His name was Nolan See but everyone called him Noad. When he was small, he was suppose to walk over and start the old pot belly stove they burned in the winter for heat. One day, he … Continue reading That Little Stinker!