The Sanford Centennial Museum, Sanford, Michigan.
The Sanford Centennial Museum houses an extensive local history collection. There are nine historic buildings, including two schools, a general store, log cabin, township hall, church, train depot and train, all authentically restored and furnished. Inside the buildings, collections include vintage tools, implements from the logging days, political memorabilia, a dentist's office, a saloon, toys, household goods, and much more. Come visit us!
We are located on the Tittabawassee River one mile off US Highway 10, near Sanford Lake and across from the Pere Marquette Rail Trail.
The By-Laws committee is requesting your suggestions on the proposed changes to the By-Laws for the Sanford Historical Society. You may read the draft here, and then email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org and putting a title on the email as By-Laws comments or something similar. The By-Laws committee will review all comments. We need to hear from you by July 24, 2016. Thank you for your comments and suggestions!