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  • Ecorse Public Library

    History On Sunday, December 12, 1948, Ecorse Public Library was formally opened and dedicated by Mayor William Vosine. The Ecorse Public Library was designed by Dearborn architects Bennett and Straight and was voted one of the finest small libraries in the country by the Ame...

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  • Ecorse Public Library

    On Sunday, December 12, 1948, Ecorse Public Library was formally opened and dedicated by Mayor William Vosine. The Ecorse Public Library was designed by Dearborn architects Bennett and Straight and was voted one of the finest small libraries in the country by the American Li...

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  • City Of Ecorse

    Ecorse, formerly known as “River Aux Echorches,” is a city of Wayne County, Michigan. It is located on the Detroit River seven miles S.S.W. of Detroit. Ecorse is an industrial and residential community. Ecorse has a very colorful background, which dates back in...

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  • Ecorse Senior Center

    The Senior Center offers services and activities to the City’s older adult population. The Center provides “Meals on Wheels” for its homebound seniors. Lunch at the Center is provided daily for a small fee. We also have bus service....

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  • Ecorse Public Schools

    Mission The Ecorse Public School District is committed to the belief that all students can learn in a positive and caring environment. Through the involvement and commitment of students, parents, staff and administration, Board of Education, and community, we can increase ...

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  • Lincoln Park Public Schools

    Mission Statement : Supporting achievement opportunities for life-long success. District Goals : Students will progress toward meeting Michigan Curriculum Frameworks benchmarks. Student achievement will be enhanced by maintaining North Central Association Accreditation...

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  • Downriver Genealogical Society

    In the fall of 1979, an eight-session genealogy workshop was held. The persons attending the workshop desired to keep the initiative alive and met for the first time in January 1980 with fourteen people in attendance. The Downriver Genealogical Society became a reality. ...

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  • City of Lincoln Park

    What is now Lincoln Park was once the Potawatomi Nation, blessed with streams and rivers, lakes of crystal pure water, virgin forests and abundant wildlife. 1669 probably saw the first white man in this area, Adrien Joliett, arriving by canoe from Quebec. In 1701, Antoin...

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  • The Downriver Genealogical Society

    In the fall of 1979, an eight-session genealogy workshop was held. The persons attending the workshop desired to keep the initiative alive and met for the first time in January 1980 with fourteen people in attendance. The Downriver Genealogical Society became a reality. With...

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  • Ecorse Public Library

    On Sunday, December 12, 1948, Ecorse Public Library was formally opened and dedicated by Mayor William Vosine. The Ecorse Public Library was designed by Dearborn architects Bennett and Straight and was voted one of the finest small libraries in the country by the American Li...

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  • City of Lincoln Park

    Lincoln Park is a community of homes and neighborhoods located minutes away from the many cultural, recreational, and business opportunities of Southeastern Michigan. Safe and quiet streets, beautiful parks, a sense of place, community pride and strong linkage to schools and...

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  • Downriver Genealogical Society

    In the fall of 1979, an eight-session genealogy workshop was held. The persons attending the workshop desired to keep the initiative alive and met for the first time in January 1980 with fourteen people in attendance. The Downriver Genealogical Society became a reality. With...

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  • Lincoln Park Historical Society & Museum

    The Historical Society of Lincoln Park and its supporters collect and preserve artifacts, as well as printed and photographic materials pertaining to the history of Lincoln Park, Michigan, a neighbor community of the City of Detroit. We have interesting materials about the e...

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  • Lincoln Park Public Library

    Established in 1925, the Lincoln Park Public Library serves the diverse community of Lincoln Park, MI.  As a member of The Library Network, patrons of the Lincoln Park Public Library are able to borrow materials from over 60 different libraries....

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  • Lincoln Park Senior Center
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  • Lincoln Park Township Parks and Recreation

    The Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide range of recreational programs, athletic programs, and special events for all ages and interests throughout the year....

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  • Lincoln Park Middle School

    Lincoln Park Middle School is a North Central Accredited (NCA) school. It follows a team concept and the approximately 720 students enrolled at LPMS are divided into 6 "clusters" that form a school within a school. Each cluster consists of 2 language arts teachers, a science...

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  • Family Christian Church

    Our vision is that all nations, races, colors and peoples will worship God together as one Family. Our ministries are designed around ministering to the entire family including children’s ministries, youth and teen groups, men’s ministry, women’s ministry a...

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  • Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce

    Our Mission Statement : To advance the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of Lincoln Park; To encourage the growth of existing industry and business while providing support and assistance to new firms seeking to locate in Lincoln Park; To suppo...

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  • First Baptist Church of Lincoln Park

    Our History: The congregation had formed in 1923 when there was no organized Baptist group in Lincoln Park and Baptists were using the Methodist Church on Victoria Street. The Baptist folk gathered in each other's homes to sing and pray together in what they called "cottage ...

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  • Lincoln Park Church Of Christ
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  • Lincoln Park Farmers Market

    Market Hours:May, 2017 - October, 2017Sundays, 11AM - 4PMLocation: Painter's Supply Parking Lot - Southwest Corner Fort Street and Southfield Holiday MarketSunday, November 19, 2017 at 11 AM - 4 PM Location: Park Restaurant Hall, 1681 Fort Street, Lincoln Park, MI 48146...

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  • Calvary Lutheran Church of Lincoln Park

    Vision: EXPERIENCING GOD'S ABUNDANT LOVE by being Passionate: for life with God Inclusive: all are welcome regardless of age, race, gender, sexual  orientation, economic or family status, ethnic background, mental or physical abilities Relevant: to every life, in...

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  • Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church

    Our Mission Statement:We are called together as a community of faith to be disciples of Jesus Christ growing in our understanding of God's grace, our salvation through Jesus Christ and our part in the ministry of the church. ...

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  • Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church
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  • Ecorse High School Alumni Association
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  • Fort Street Brewery

    About Us:The Fort Street Brewery was established in 2005. It was the culmination of a long time dream for owner Pete Romain. The brewery was built new from the ground up on a site that was at one time Norton's Drug Store, and just feet from the boyhood home of Preston Tucker...

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Ecorse Town Facts

Ecorse, Michigan. Population for Ecorse from the last gathering is 11229. You can view Ecorse venues that host many Ecorse MI events every year.

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Ecorse Michigan has a latitude of 42.25 and a longitude of -83.14759826660156. View the full profile

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