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Lewiston
Montmorency County, Michigan

ZipCodes
49756

Motto
"Timber Town"



Page Contents for Lewiston, Michigan

Statistics & Facts

Location

City Attractions

Chamber of Commerce.

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.

Libraries.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Michigan state capital is Lansing.
The population of Lewiston is approximately 990 2000, 1392 2010.
The approximate number of families is 480 2000, 689 2010.
Lewiston is positioned 44.83 degrees north of the equator and 84.29 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Location

in the Northern part of Lower Michigan
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Attractions

Lewiston is often referred to as "Timber Town" because many loggers in its history.

the home of "Tally's" the best burger in the north. And "Bobs Corner" the best pizza and ice cream for miles. It is also the home of "Garland Resort" It is a Golf Course - X-Country sking too. Also the best builder in town is Keith Shumaker - MY DAD!! He is in the local phone book, if you need any of his many services, he does it all!
This information is from a someone raised in Lewiston
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Lewiston Chamber

Lewiston Chamber of Commerce
2946 Kneeland
Lewiston, Michigan 49756
Phone: 517-786-2293

Lewiston Organizations

Lewiston Chamber of Commerce
2946 Kneeland
Lewiston, Michigan 49756
Phone: 517-786-2293

Lewiston Libraries

Lewiston Public Library
4356 Hanson Ave.
Lewiston, Michigan 49756
Phone: 517-786-2985 Lewiston

Miscellany

Before it's motto of Timbertown was used, Lewiston had another nickname. It was known as "Fun Country, U.S.A." The change to Timbertown came during the Bicentennial celebration when the logging history was featured.


The population of Lewiston was:
2000 - 990

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