By MICHELLE MUELLER Contributing Writer ©The Recorder January 16, 2020 During the chilly first three months of 2020, some special activities that may warm
Writer - Michelle Mueller
By MICHELLE MUELLER Contributing Writer ©The Recorder January 16, 2020 In October 2019, a trio of Albion non-profit groups – the Albion Community Leadership
Albion’s segregated ice cream parlor was immortalized in a poem by native son Robert Holland, Jr. Black History Month Series: Part 3 By MICHELLE MUELLER
Black History Month Series: Part 2 By MICHELLE MUELLER Contributing Writer ©The Recorder February, 2018 The year 2013 was a pivotal one for Marshall
Black History Month Series: Part 1 By MICHELLE MUELLER Contributing Writer ©The Recorder February 6, 2015 During his almost 30-year teaching career at Albion
Author Michelle Mueller was originally trained as an interior designer and came to mid-Michigan to work for the century-old, family-owned eatery Schuler’s Restaurant in Marshall.
From there, she began to work for other private building owners, and then discovered her skill for writing.
Her writing for various non-profit and for-profit groups led her to be the Executive Director of the Albion Civic Foundation during a key time when it was transformed into the Albion Community Foundation and began a massive grant program to help Albion Youth.
Michelle was also named the directory of the Community Partnership for Albion Youth (CPAY) that brought in more grants for Albion
Michelle is the author of the book Mr. Bonner, that was released in 2019. She has written for The Recorder, the Albion College Io Triumphe magazine, and she is an enthusiastic scrapbooker in her spare time. See more articles by Michelle Mueller here: www.albionmich.net/writer-mueller/
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Author Michelle Mueller first met local youth mentor Harry Bonner Sr. when she was a journalist for the local Albion Recorder newspaper. For more than twenty years, he has been her guide to better understanding the history, lives and needs of Albion’s – and the nation’s – African-American community and using her writing skills to tell those stories. She was greatly honored when he asked her to write a book.