East Leroy, Michigan is a small unincorporated community located in Calhoun County. It is situated in the south-central part of the state, about 10 miles east of Battle Creek. The population of East Leroy is estimated to be around 1,000 people.
East Leroy was first settled in 1836 by a group of settlers from New York. The town was named after a local landowner, Leroy Smith. The town was officially incorporated in 1867.
East Leroy is home to the East Leroy United Methodist Church, which was built in 1867. The church is the oldest building in the town and is still in use today.
The town is also home to the East Leroy Cemetery, which was established in 1867. The cemetery is the final resting place for many of the town's earliest settlers.
East Leroy is home to the East Leroy Country Store, which has been in operation since 1867. The store is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
East Leroy is also home to the East Leroy Community Center, which was established in 1867. The center is a popular gathering place for the town's residents and visitors.
East Leroy is home to the East Leroy Fire Department, which was established in 1867. The fire department is responsible for protecting the town from fires and other emergencies.
East Leroy is also home to the East Leroy Historical Society, which was established in 1867. The society is dedicated to preserving the town's history and culture.
East Leroy is a small, rural community with a rich history and culture. It is a great place to visit and explore.