Once past the school campus, Scott directed the plane closer to the downtown area than our first go-round. At this point, we were northeast of the main four corners. At the lower portion of the picture, the Senior Center is visible -- as the years have gone along, three different buildings have stood at or very close to this site -- the white, wooden school house, then the red brick school house, and eventually the North Collins Street school that some may still remember. A great deal of information can be found in The Fowlerville Chronicles regarding all three schools, including some interesting photographs when the last schoolhouse was demolished. But, I digress . . . back to the picture!
At the right hand side of the picture, the backs of the buildings in the northeast quadrant can be seen. This picture also gives a good reference point to how tall the township building is in relation to the Harmon building. At the far right of the picture, the Centennial Park gazebo can be seen.