Posted on 15 March 2012.
White Creek School
Can you identify these people?
Cedar Springs resident Ed Bremmer brought in this photo of a class at White Creek School, which he believes was taken sometime between 1925-1930. He said his uncle Ernie Bremmer is in the back row, 4th from the left. He is wondering if anyone out there knows who the rest of these students are?
White Creek School was District No. 3 in Solon Township, with a fraction of Nelson Township. It was established in 1860 in a log house near the northeast corner of Egner and White Creek. According to the Cedar Springs Story, it was at one time known as the Fairchild School, because it was sat near the property of Asel B. Fairchild. The log house was later replaced with a frame house. It was the first country school to annex to the Cedar Springs School District No. 5 in 1956.
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Posted on 27 October 2011.
Last week we featured a photo of a deer in the woods, by publisher Lois Allen, on the front page. She asked readers, “Can you top this?” Cedar Springs resident Ed Bremmer took that challenge to heart and gave us three photos, including this cute photo of a doe and her triplet fawns. The kicker is that it was taken right here in the city limits! Click here to see the other two photos he sent.
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Posted on 08 April 2011.
The Cedar Springs City Council has chosen Ashley Bremmer, who currently serves as vice-chair on the city planning commission, to fill the vacancy left by former councilor Raymond Huckleberry.
Bremmer, who works for West Michigan Bail Bonds as a bond agent, has served on the planning commission since January 2010, but will resign that position to serve on the city council, since the commission already has two city council members. She will be sworn in at the next city council meeting on April 14.
“I welcome her to the city council,” said Mayor Charlie Watson. “I wish her the best and look forward to working with her. I was impressed by her enthusiasm and think she’ll do a fine job.”
Bremmer was the only applicant for the position.
Watson would like to see more people get involved with their city government. “We are looking for people to serve on various boards and commissions,” he said. Anyone with interest should send the mayor a letter to: PO Box 310, 66 S. Main Street, Cedar Springs, MI 49319.
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