Salem Township is in Northeastern Washtenaw County in Southeastern Michigan aproximately 31 miles from Detroit
Welcome to our web site The Salem Area Historical Society is a group of citizens working to Preserve, Archive and inform others on the history of Salem Township Michigan and its surrounding historically-associated connections.
This Site is under construction Please come back and see our updates Email Imfo@SAHShistory.org with any questions or comments.
Salem Flag Day Parade was held on June 5, 2010. It started at 11 am and proceeded along Six Mile to the Township Hall and the Township Green.
SAHS Marching along Six Mile Road
SAHS Members Mike and Sue.
Flag Day Parade 2009 was on June 6th.
The Parade began at 11 am and proceed to Six Mile road in the Hamlet.
The SAHS had a group in the parade and a table on the Salem Twonship grounds.
Flag Day 2008 was held on June 7th. The Parade began at 11 am at Salem Elementary School and proceeded to Six Mile road in the Hamlet. The SAHS had a group in the parade and a table on the Salem Twonship grounds.
Along with the SAHS marchers was Karl Geirman who drove a 1940's Ice Cream Truck. Too bad there was no Ice Cream in it!
Salem Celebrates Flag Day
The Salem Area Historical Society marched in the Salem Flag Day Parade on the June 11, 2011.
Every June Salem has a celebration for Flag Day.
Since 1980s, there has been a Parade and Fireworks.
The Parade is open to anyone who would like to be in it with the only requirement you must have some kind of flag decoration.
In the early years there would be more people in the parade than watching.
SAHS Marching in Flag Day Parade on Six Mile Road
Parade goes past the "Store"
Everyone can participate. Prizes for floats are awarded
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