Looking Back: The Cady School

Fraser - Clinton Township Chronicle | Published May 23, 2014

The Cady School was located at Metropolitan Parkway and Utica Road. The Cady’s Corner area was by Moravian and Utica Road and named for Chauncey Cady (1803-1893), who served the area in a number of capacities, which included drain commissioner, township supervisor and the first president of the Pioneer Society (which became the Macomb County Historical Society). The Cady School was destroyed by a fire in 1924 and was replaced by a two-story brick building in 1927. The replacement building later became the Einstein Center.

From Alan Naldrett, Fraser Historical Society

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