Saturday July 14, 2018 Bundy Hill Preserve – History Trail Dedication

On July 14th, 10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m., the public is invited to join Chippewa Watershed Conservancy and partners, Remus Area Historical Society, Old Settlers Reunion Inc., and Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, for a dedication of the new History Trail at the Bundy Hill Preserve. The History Trail includes a series of signs that interpret the natural and cultural history of the Bundy Hill area along a short natural trail.

The 100 acre Bundy Hills Preserve, with the highest geologic point in Isabella County, is located on West River Road five miles east of Remus. The Conservancy and project partners will share historical, cultural and environmental information. A guided hike on the progress of the new hiking trail system will also be offered.

Remus Area Historical Society is also grateful to the following that made a special gift toward the Bundy Hill History Trail Project:

· Anonymous

· Burke, Pamela

· Cortez, J.I.

· Howard, Linda

· Lenon, Charlene

· Leprino Foods Company

· May, Danny & Jill

· Old Settlers Reunion

· Robinson, Mark

· Ruetz, Robert & Bonnie

· Schaftenaar, Larry & Judith

· Schell, Galer & Linda

· Smith, Ron & Paula

· Snyder, Dawn

· Todd, Kenneth & Deloris

· Wernette, Jack & Irene

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