Red Ribbon Hall

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The Eaton Rapids Reform Club under the leadership of Isaac N. Reynolds, built this temperance hall in 1878. Affiliated with the national Red Ribbon movement, over a thousand local men knotted red ribbons in their lapels after pledging to abstain from all alcoholic beverages, and adopted the motto, "Dare to do right," The building served as a cultural center, and, at the turn of the century, as an opera house. Since 1924 it has been a Masonic Hall.

Registered Site L0361
Erected 1975

Location: 314 South Main
Eaton Rapids, Eaton County

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