Special Presentation: FOHRA Annual Meeting to Host Mark Campbell, Henry Ford Heritage Association

 Mark Campbell, Henry Ford Heritage Association

Mark Campbell, Henry Ford Heritage Association

You're invited to the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Friends of Highland Recreation Area on Wednesday, November 2 at 6:30 pm at the HVCA building in Highland...

Enjoy a special presentation by Mark Campbell of the Henry Ford Heritage Association entitled, “The Impact of Henry Ford” at this year's Annual Meeting of the Friends of Highland Recreation Area. Mark has more than just a passing interest in Ford history. He has a direct family connection, being the great-great nephew of Clara Bryant Ford. Mark grew up around Fair Lane, the home of Henry and Clara Ford, attending the annual Christmas brunch, special events, and learning to drive Fair Lane’s Model T.

The event will also include special presentations and updates about the activities of the Friends group this past year. And please stay afterwards for light desserts, coffee, and refreshments. 

Social time with refreshments and appetizers will begin at 6:30 pm and the formal start of the meeting is at 7:00 pm. 

The address of the Huron Valley Council for the Arts building in Highland, Michigan is 205 West Livingston Road, Highland, MI 48357. Phone: 248-889-8660. Visit our web page at www.fohravolunteers.org for more information. 

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John Fitzgerald

The Friends of Highland Recreation Area (FOHRA) volunteer organization was established in 2007, and is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt non-profit organization operating under lease agreement with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Within one of the most picturesque, fascinating, and historically significant state parks in southeast lower Michigan, our goal is to combine the former Haven Hill estate history with Highland Recreation Area’s existing amenities, wilderness, and recreation.