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Pontiac, Michigan Organization Directory
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Chamber of Commerce
Pontiac Chamber of Commerce 30 North Saginaw Street, Suite 40, Pontiac, MI (248)335-9600 or Fax: (248)335-9601
Michigan State University Extension 4-H Youth Programs of Oakland County 1200 North Telegraph Road, Dept 416, Pontiac, MI (810)858-0889
Serving youth and families thoughout Oakland County. Youth development education, volunteerism, youth violence prevention, career awareness and workforce preparation are some of the programs offered in partnership with Oakland County government.
Pontiac School District 47200 Woodward Avenue, Pontiac, MI (248) 451-6800
PSD offers some of Michigan's most innovative programs. Jump-start your education by taking advantage of some of these unique offerings:
1) Montessori PSD is one of few public school districts to offer a certified Montessori program for pre-schools.. Give your child the gift of a life-long love of leaning.
2) Robotics Program - Pontiac's award-winning robotics program forges new opportunities for students.
3) Safety & Security - PSD is committed to your child's right to a safe and secure learning environment.
4) Teen Health Center - PSD is committed to the health and welfare of your child. Please visit the Pontiac Teen Health Center located in Pontiac Central and Pontiac Northern High Schools.
Oakland County Pioneer and Historical Society/Pine Grove Museum 405 Oakland Avenue, Pontiac, MI (248)338-6732; Fax: (248)338-6731
Pine Grove Museum sits on 4 1/2 acres and is the home of former Governor Moses Wisner. The estate includes the Wisner mansion, outbuildings, the Drayton Plains One-Room Schoolhouse, and the Carriage House, which is home to the Reseach Library and the Pioneer Museum.
Pontiac Public Library 60 East Pike Street, Pontiac, MI (248) 758-3942 ~ Fax: (248) 758-3990
Polk's City Directories for Pontiac-our directories date back to the late 1800's. There are large gaps in the earliest years, but after 1922 the collection is much more complete. The Polk directories end at 1961 and Pontiac phone books begin in 1971, continuing through the present.
Pontiac Press/Oakland Press-our collection of microfilm dates back to the late 1800's.
Historical Pictures-the R.H. Frye Photography Studio donated a collection of photographs of Pontiac and the surrounding area. These photos date back to the early 1900's through about the 1950's and provide a fascinating picture of what life was like in Pontiac in the first half of this century.
Pontiac Collection-this collection includes annual city reports, historical maps, biographical sketches and histories of the City of Pontiac and Oakland County, and much more.
Michigan Collection-this collection includes historical, geographical, biographical and statistical information about Michigan and Detroit. Recent additions include books dealing with Michigan's greatest asset, the Great Lakes.
Ojibwa District, Clinton Valley council, BSA PO Box 43-1173, Pontiac, MI (248)338-0035
The Ojibwa District is one of four districts in Clinton Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America. Serving Scouts in Oakland and Macomb counties in Michigan, Including the communities of Sterling Heights, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Romeo, Utica, and Shelby Township.
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