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  • City of Trenton Government

    Trenton's founder was Major Abram Caleb Truax. After the War of 1812, Major Truax decided to stay in this area. Truax acquired a large tract of land, the highest ground along the Detroit River, and upon which he erected a sawmill, church and store. It was first laid out to b...

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  • Trenton Public Schools

    Mission: The mission of the Trenton Public Schools, in partnership with parents and community, is to provide each student with knowledge and skills to become a lifelong learner and a productive member of a democratic society in an atmosphere that affirms the uniqueness, di...

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  • City of Trenton - Parks and Recreation Department

    “We Create Community through People, Parks and Programs” articulates the vision of Trenton Parks & Recreation Department. Through parks and recreation services, we take an active role in creating community through people; our staff and volunteers who make con...

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  • The Charter Township of Brownstown

    Our township got it's name from an early Indian village called "Brownstown" Located near Gibraltar and West Jefferson Roads, historical records relate that several treaties were signed and important meetings were held at this village. Local historians such as the late Adele...

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  • Brownstown Senior Center

    The Brownstown Senior/Community Center is home to an active, funloving group of seniors from Brownstown and the surrounding communities. On any given day, you will find between 20 and 200 seniors participating in activities such as our lunch program, cards, exercise classes...

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  • City Of Trenton

    History The end of the War of 1812 and the signing of the peace treaty signaled the development of the settlements along the Detroit River. Trenton's founder was Major Abram Caleb Truax. After the War of 1812, Major Truax decided to stay in this are...

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  • Erving Elementary School

    Mary Quick Erving, a life-long resident of the original Maple Grove school area, served on the first school board in 1924 when it was still a primary district. She served on this board from 1924-1946, a total of 22 years. During this time, she worked diligently for the di...

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  • Patrick Henry Middle School

    Patrick Henry was a distinguished statesman and orator at the time of the American Revolutionary War. He is remembered most for his words, “Give me liberty or give me death,” which were spoken in 1775 before the Virginia Convention. Henry was urging that Virgin...

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  • Trenton Public Schools

    Mission Statement : The mission of the Trenton Public Schools, in partnership with parents and community, is to provide each student with knowledge and skills to become a lifelong learner and a productive member of a democratic society in an atmosphere that affirms the uniq...

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  • Trenton Veterans Memorial Library

    Library History: The tradition of library services in Trenton began in 1927 through the efforts of the Trenton Exchange Club. That first library was dedicated on March 23, 1928 and opened its doors for business the following day with Mrs. Muriel K. Bennett as librarian. It ...

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  • Woodhaven City Senior Center
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  • Woodhaven Hockey Association
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  • Woodhaven Park and Recreation

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  • Yake Elementary School

    Elin Christine Yake, a courageous leader in the Woodhaven Community, was born on December 10, 1909 in Karlsham, Sweden, and died in the city of Woodhaven, June 16, 1969, after suffering from cancer for five years. Immigrating to the United States, She attended Northeaster...

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  • Down River Youth Performing Arts Center

    Mission Statement : Our mission is to provide a complete state-of-the-art performance and learning center which will allow all Downriver youth to experience, learn, teach and perform in a variety of artistic areas; also to provide exceptional entertainment and a completely ...

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  • Friends of Trenton Veterans Memorial Library

    Who We Are : We are a tax exempt organization dedicated to supporting the library through programming, volunteering, and fundraising....

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  • Knights of Columbus

    About : The council was Founded on Feb. 28, 1953 and Chartered on March 29, 1953 by the Supreme Office and was first called Msgr. James Calahan Council #3615. The council's first chaplain for many years was Msgr. John P. Eppenbrock who was very active with the council and ...

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  • Saint Philip Lutheran Church
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  • Rotary Club of Trenton

    The Trenton Rotary Club : Rotary is a service organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who conduct humanitarian projects, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and work toward world understanding and peace. Rotary is more than ...

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  • Trenton Museum

    History : Early records show that on January 18, 1881, a deed was filed for the purchase of a lot situated at the northwest corner of St. Joseph Avenue and Third Street, in the Village of Trenton. The purchasers of this property were John Moore, a tavern keeper in the ...

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  • Trenton Historical Society
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  • Trenton High School

    The mission of the Trenton Public Schools, in partnership with parents and community, is to provide each student with the knowledge and skills to become a lifelong learner and a productive member of a democratic society in an atmosphere that affirms the uniqueness, dignity, ...

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  • Beaumont Hospital - Trenton
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  • Trenton Faith United Methodist Church
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  • St. Thomas Episcopal Church
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  • Scarecrow Festival

    About Us: The Scarecrow Festival is run by the Downtown Event Planners a non-profit 501 3(c) in Michigan. We are a dedicated group of resident and business volunteers who want to provide a family-oriented, fun event during the fall season. We annually donate proceeds (dir...

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  • Wyandotte Health Centers - Henry Ford Health Center

    This health center is designed to serve the medical needs of Downriver residents, offering on-site diagnostic testing services and a wide range of medical and surgical services as well as a pharmacy for medications....

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  • Henry Ford Medical Center
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Trenton, Michigan. Population for Trenton from the last gathering is 19584. You can view Trenton venues that host many Trenton MI events every year.

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Trenton Michigan has a latitude of 42.13710021972656 and a longitude of -83.21600341796875. View the full profile

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