The vendor for the Starter was Breadtopia at: http://www.breadtopia.com/store/sourdough-starter.html
Luckily, I found this 1/2 gallon crock at Good Will for $2.00. It works great for growing my Starter.
The instructions for reviving my Starter came with it.
After adding flour and non-chlorinated water, I covered the mixture in the crock with plastic saran wrap.
After 2 days, my Starter began bubbling.
Every 12-24 hours I added more flour and distilled water.
I made one substitution by replacing 1 cup of the white flour with whole wheat flour.
This is my bread machine.
My machine tends to "overbake" so I compensate. I always bake bread using the Quick cycle with Light Crust.
Add 1 package of yeast per recipe.
Prior to using the 1 cup of bubbling Starter called for in the recipe, I fed it 1/2 cup non-chlorinated water and 2/3 cup of flour this morning. I waited about 3-4 hours for it to begin bubbling again. At that point scoop 1 cup of Starter out of the crock. Start adding more flour and water to the original batch to "grow" more Starter.
Bread machine is kneading the dough.
The finished product was delicious. It was an easy recipe and I will use it again!