Chelsea man's croquet club, antique slot machine business featured on public TV's 'Destination Michigan'
Chelsea resident Bill Darwin's Waterloo Croquet Club and antique slot machine business were recently featured on the WCMU show "Destination Michigan," which airs on public TV, the Chelsea Standard reported.
Darwin founded the Waterloo Area Croquet Association in 1994, and the name changed to Waterloo Croquet Club in 2004, according to the report.
His work with antique slot machines began 15 years ago and has grown to buying, selling and restoring the machines. He also has a stained glass business, designing and building windows for churches and residences, the Standard reported.
"Destination Michigan" is CMU Public Television's original series highlighting the people and places that make Michigan a special place to live, according to its website. The episode featuring Darwin originally aired June 25, although you can still view it online.