Welcome to the Cordwood Point Association website. This is a family friendly community located south of Cheboygan Michigan on beautiful Lake Huron. We offer monthly social activities, parks for lake access with basketball, volleyball and a childrens play area. We have a newly renovated Clubhouse where we hold potlucks twice a month. The clubhouse is also available to rent for family functions,
Please take a tour of the information contained on our site which we hope you will find useful and informative.
Saturday July 21 – Potluck at the Clubhouse 6:00 pm
” Special Presentation by Gennie Morgan of Cordwood Point”
Genevieve Grondin was born into the Sault St. Marie Tribe of Chippewa called the Annishinaabek people which means the first indigenous people who lived here in the Great Lakes! Calling Northern Michigan my home, I have lived in Cordwood Point for 33 years with my husband Vance. We have found it a beautiful place to live.
Since 2010 I have been on the Native path learning the traditional ways of our people. My Spirit name is Walking Woman, gatherer of the people, she who carries the shimmering light! I first began by making a hand drum, with the help of my cousin Tony Grondin. I started the Women’s Grandmother-Moon Drumming circle and for the past 7 years we have gathered at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture in St. Ignace.
Since being on this path of the Anishinaabe trail, I have learned that we never stop learning, I have learned there is teaching in every part of our lives! I have learned many traditional ways being on this path. Including the 4 sacred medicines and the 4 directions of the medicine wheel, the circle of life.
Our traditional ways have brought much life to the grounds of the Ojibwa Museum with many events throughout the summer! The Museum of Ojibwa Culture is at 500 N State Street, St. Ignace, Mi. There are traditional teachings on Friday nights during July and August starting at 6:00 pm at the long house. Admission is free.