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Oct 05, 2021

Shrewsbury’s Historic Marker is Unveiled

On Sept. 10, the Shrewsbury Historical Society, Shrewsbury Mayor Erik Anderson, Councilwoman Kim Eulner, Shrewsbury Boy Scouts Troop 50, along with Shrewsbury religious leaders Kathy Graves, Shrewsbury Friends (Quakers), Rev. Katja Gruening, Presbyterian Church at Shrewsbury and Rev. Lisa Mitchell, Christ Church Shrewsbury (Episcopal) and numerous community members came together to dedicate the new marker which denotes Shrewsbury’s National Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The new sign is clearly visible at the intersection of Broad Street and Sycamore Avenue, commonly called the Historic four corners.