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Thu May 23, 2013
Fighting to save an Irish Hills landmark
If you grew up in southeast or southcentral Michigan any time from the 1920s right through the 20th century and into the early part of this century, chances are you and your family visited or at least passed through the Irish Hills.
Driving along US-12, it's impossible to miss the major landmarks of the Irish Hills, the twin observation towers. Generations of Michigan families have climbed these towers to get a good look at the surrounding countryside.
But the clock is ticking on those landmark towers.
Donna Boglarsky, the president of the Irish Hills Historical Society and former owner of the towers, joined us in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.