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Dingell, Levin Introduce Legislation to Protect MotorCities National Heritage Area
MotorCities National Heritage Area has exciting news to share! Congressman John D. Dingell and Senator Carl Levin introduced the MotorCities National Heritage Area Extension Act, which would keep the Heritage Area from losing the authority to receive federal funding.
We thank Congressman Dingell and Senator Levin for this encouraging first step towards extension.
$5 A-Day for Ford Highland Park Model T Plant
What if your $5 could help save, a National Historic Landmark? You can. As a supporter of the Woodward Avenue Action Association (WA3) and the All American Road, we are asking you to support the WA3's Crowd Funding Campaign to save and restore two buildings at the Ford Highland Park Plant. We've raised 80% of the funds needed to reach our goal. We need another $125,000 by September 19. Please help us for every dollar counts!
2014 MotorCities Grant Program
Challenge Cost Share Program provides up to 20% match for projects. Projects can be phased over multiple years with a more complex funding strategy. Applicants must be Michigan based non-profits. They must become active members of MotorCities National Heritage Area and maintain membership for the duration of the grant award period. The next application deadline is February 2014.
1955: A Great Year for Chevrolet
1955 was a great year for Chevrolet. During that model year Chevrolet was the number one vehicle in automotive sales. The base price for Chevrolet vehicles ranged from anywhere between $1,593 and $2,799. The 1955 Chevrolet models were introduced to the public in October of 1954.
Presentations on Henry Ford
Several presentations are available to your organization to help celebrate Henry Ford's 150th birthday anniversary. An overview presentation, Henry Ford: His Life and Times covers his inventions, his family and his contributions to the world. It also deals with the more controversial aspects of his personality and life.