This little red schoolhouse in Hamlin Township near Eaton Rapids was built in 1873. Because of its proximity to the Tri-County Electrical Cooperative formed in 1938, it was one of the first rural schools to receive electricity. The school closed in the 1970s but has not strayed to far from its roots. It is now used as a private children’s preschool
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