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Description: T. L. Handy Middle School is located at 601 Blend Street, Bay City, Michigan, at the corner of Blend Street and North Union Street, on the city's west side. It is a part of the Bay City Public Schools. T. L. Handy’s mascot is the Wildcat. School colors are red and white. The school fight song is 'Wildcat Fight'. T. L. Handy began as a junior high school in 1923, then was converted to a high school in 1946, and reverted back to a middle school in 1990.
The school is named after Thomas Lincoln Handy, a local land owner of the early 1900's. After a coal mine that he owned closed around 1920, Mr. Handy donated the land the mine sat upon to be the site of the school that bears his name. His portrait hangs above his home's fireplace mantle in a place of honor in the Auditorium's lobby, and his name is engraved above the school's front entrance.
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