Nicole Doud, of Mackinac Island, and Heather Martin, of Kenilworth, Illinois, were unanimously voted to the Mackinac Associates Board of Trustees at its annual meeting August 20. In addition, appointed member David Levy, of Mackinac Island, was introduced to the membership after being appointed to fill a vacant seat at the July 8 board meeting.
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In celebration of 40 years, Mackinac Associates is excited to welcome Dennis O. Cawthorne as our guest speaker. View the event flyer...
In 1982, Mackinac Associates received its official 501(c)(3) status, and the organization that we know and love was officially born.
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We are excited to announce that we are renovating one of Fort Mackinac’s more popular exhibits – the Kids’ Quarters. With your help we can create a fresh space for kids of all ages to explore many facets of life at Fort Mackinac.
Members gathered at Historic Mill Creek for the 2019 Mackinac Associates Annual Meeting.
Stephen Murray and Sheldon Smith were elected to replace outgoing members Mary Jane Barnwell and Mark Mercer.
We are excited that the 2019 season for the Mackinac State Historic Parks’ sites is finally here! This means it is also time for our spring appeal. There are a variety of new things to see and experience this season at park sites. The many projects that have been completed are made possible by support from you as a loyal member of Mackinac Associates.
Mackinac State Historic Parks closed for the 2018 season in early October and will not reopen until early May for 2019. However, that doesn’t mean MSHP has stopped interpreting its history to the youth of Michigan.
Mackinac State Historic Parks is pleased to announce the hiring of Michelle Walk as Membership and Grants Coordinator, replacing Diane Dombroski, who retired July 31. Michelle started on Monday, August 27, and her office is located at the Petersen Center Administrative Building in Mackinaw City.