I live in the small village of Sebewaing, MI which you might think is an unusual name for a town. That's because it was named by the Indians who lived here over a century ago. By the way, Sebewaing is pronounced See-Ba-Wing and means "crooked creek", which was the Indian name for the river which goes through our town. Our population is about 1700 and a lot of the people living here are related.
The Sebewaing area is known for farming and that is what a lot of the people do here for a living. We have a Sugar Factory which employs many also. In the fall the farmers harvest their sugar beets and haul them in trucks to the factory to be made into sugar.
Other activities around the Sebewaing area include hunting, fishing, boating and outdoor sports. There are lakes and beaches for everyone to enjoy. Below is the marina that we have which is great for boats to dock from.
There is also a small airport nearby that has been there since I was a little girl. If you fly a small plane you can land there and come visit our town. Along with the airport, we have a small motel right next to it.
For your sweet tooth we also have a seasonal ice cream place called the Dairy Barn that also serves food. It's pretty popular and people come from other towns. You can sit in your car and they have car-hops to wait on you (located in the back of the building). Or you can go up to the counter and order if you like.
I think Sebewaing, MI is a pretty nice little town which is a safe place to raise a family. If you like peaceful, relaxing surrounding you might enjoy visiting us.