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1 month ago

Charlevoix Historical Society

Last week Charlevoix Historical Society President Denise Fate received her Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award at the Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce Awards. Fate has spent countless hours ensuring the Society continues to follow our mission of enriching Charlevoix culture through preservation, education and engaging experiences celebrating our history. ...

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Naval submarine chaser Eagle-13 (PE-13) at the Mason Street dock on August 15, 1919. The ship was making its way through Lake Michigan for exhibition and Naval recruitment purposes. This vessel was one of approximately 60 submarine chasers all called "Eagle" built by Henry Ford at the River Rouge factory from Jan. 1918 - Nov. 1919. None of the chasers ever saw action as only two of them had made it to the Atlantic before wars end. By WWII only eight chasers remained. They were put into service, but only within U.S. waters. On April 23, 1945, while towing targets for U.S. Navy bomber exercises off the coast of Maine, Eagle-56 was sunk by the German submarine U-853. Only 13 of the 62 crew survived. ...

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Charlevoix Historical Society

The Charlevoix Historical Society would like to thank everyone who came out to The Argonne House to celebrate David Miles' 80th birthday, as well as those who could not attend but sent birthday cards. Thanks also to those who volunteered to make the event happen, the Pine River Jazz Band, and The Argonne House for the great food and atmosphere. David had a wonderful time and we hope you all did as well. ...

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It sure has been cold out, but I think we could all agree we'd take the cold over several feet of snow like the scene in this photo of Palmer St. taken by Earl Young in the 1920s. ...

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On this day in 1924, one of Charlevoix's best and most successful coaches, Don Carey was born. Carey graduated from Charlevoix High School in 1943 and then served in the Navy as a signalman aboard the U.S.S. Cleveland during WWII. After the war he attended Michigan State University and later graduated from Alma College where he played basketball and football and was an All Conference QB. He was a coach at CHS for 30 years from 1955 - 85. The 1958 football team was undefeated and unscored upon! Carey was inducted into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame and the scoreboard at Kipke Field was named in his honor in 2016. @rayder-gridiron club Video by - @chris matye
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