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Shelby Township Historical Committee

The Shelby Township Historical Committee was formed in 1995. Committe members are appointed by the Shelby Township Board for specified terms. The Committee is currently limited to seven members. This is how we differ from a historical society which has an unlimited membership and no goverment oversight. Although our members are limited, we welcome volunteers with special talents to assist us.

Our Members

Clendon Mason-Chairman

Hilary Davis-Vice Chairman

Victoria Hill Rita Hirsch

Daniel Sheffer

Mark Smith


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