Tri-Community Shutdown - Documenting a small community's response to a global pandemic
The Saugatuck-Douglas History Center (SDHC) is asking everyone to help create a record of the many ways life in the tri-community area of Saugatuck, Douglas, and Saugatuck Township is changing under Michigan’s Shelter-in-Place directive for slowing the viral spread of COVID-19. The project starts now and is intended to run for as long as Shelter-in-Place is in effect.
Please share responses to the writing prompts here. You have the option to respond anonymously. Personal information will be removed before sharing for educational use.
Instructions: Most questions are optional and you may be as brief or detailed as you choose. If you would like to share photographs, video, or audio, please contact us by email at
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