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How Credit River ( and the township) got its name

The Savage Review editor Del Stelling, in September 1989, re-tells the legend of how Credit River and the township received its name from a priest.

Also in this issue he reports that the Review starts sixth year of publication." As noted in the first issue, the purpose of this publication is to provide greater news coverage of the more important events of the community and we believe this has been accomplished." The Review was published monthly in a newsletter format.

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