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Posted: 07/03/13

See the historic
spots of Romeo

      The Romeo Historical Society (RHS) will ride through the past on July 9 as society curator Richard Beringer hosts "Historic Spots of Romeo" bike tour.
       Join Beringer for an hour-long ride through the historic community and hear stories of the past, including academies and private schools, hotels, the home of Laura Woodin (the first woman to get a law degree in the state of Michigan), the Romeo Jail, carriage shops, Henry Ford's foundry, the Detroit Auto Vehicle Company, the Perry Auto Exchange and homes of Romeo factory workers.
       The round-trip tour will begin at 7 p.m. at the Arts and Archives Center, 290 N. Main Street. The free event is open to the public and the third in Beringer's series of talks held on the first Tuesday of each month.
       For information visit www.romeohistoricalsociety.org or call (586) 752-4111.


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