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Tue April 8, 2014
The fresh air of Sault Ste. Marie once made it a popular destination for allergy sufferers
We've been hearing from the experts that, thanks to the great winter and our friend the polar vortex, this is going to be quite a year for allergy sufferers.
Perhaps it might be time to revive The Ca-Choo Club.
The Ca-Choo Club was a very unique way to attract visitors to Sault Ste. Marie.
Beginning in 1928, it welcomed allergy sufferers who turned up to breathe that clean, cool, pollen-free air that swept in off Lake Superior.
Writer Deidre Stevens dug into the history of this quirky Ca-Choo Club for Michigan History magazine, and she joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.