2018-03-11 / Community View

Past winners

Where’s the VIEW?


Gary Choiniere of Hadley Township was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a fire escape on the north side of the E.T. White building in Lapeer. Forty-seven guesses were called in; 39 were correct. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Gary Choiniere of Hadley Township was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a fire escape on the north side of the E.T. White building in Lapeer. Forty-seven guesses were called in; 39 were correct. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Dave Bannister of Metamora was the first reader to correctly identify this week’s Where’s the View photo as that of an architectural feature at an insurance office in downtown Dryden. Forty-seven guesses were called in; 31 were correct. 
Photo by Phil Foley Dave Bannister of Metamora was the first reader to correctly identify this week’s Where’s the View photo as that of an architectural feature at an insurance office in downtown Dryden. Forty-seven guesses were called in; 31 were correct. Photo by Phil Foley

Jackie Germani of Lapeer was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a statue of Brothers Brother John Belushi found just inside the front door at Louie’s Sports Tavern in Lapeer. Twenty-two guesses were called in; 16 were correct. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Jackie Germani of Lapeer was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a statue of Brothers Brother John Belushi found just inside the front door at Louie’s Sports Tavern in Lapeer. Twenty-two guesses were called in; 16 were correct. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Sandra Spencley of Lapeer was the first reader to correctly identify this Where’s the View photo as that of Farmers Creek east of the Court Street bridge in downtown Lapeer. Twenty-nine guesses were called in; 12 were correct. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Sandra Spencley of Lapeer was the first reader to correctly identify this Where’s the View photo as that of Farmers Creek east of the Court Street bridge in downtown Lapeer. Twenty-nine guesses were called in; 12 were correct. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Jean Hudson of Imlay Township was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of the front door to Imlay City United Methodist Church on North Almont Avenue in Imlay City. Thirty-nine guesses were called in; 26 were correct. 
Photo by Phil Foley Jean Hudson of Imlay Township was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of the front door to Imlay City United Methodist Church on North Almont Avenue in Imlay City. Thirty-nine guesses were called in; 26 were correct. Photo by Phil Foley

Honour Peterson of Columbiaville was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a gazebo in downtown Imlay City. Thirty-eight readers called with their guesses; 13 were correct. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese Honour Peterson of Columbiaville was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a gazebo in downtown Imlay City. Thirty-eight readers called with their guesses; 13 were correct. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

Kathryn Lauter of Marathon Township was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a monument and flags at the Veteran’s Memorial Park on the Holloway Reservoir in Columbiaville. Twenty-nine guesses were called in; 21 were correct. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese Kathryn Lauter of Marathon Township was the first reader to correctly identify last week’s Where’s the View photo as that of a monument and flags at the Veteran’s Memorial Park on the Holloway Reservoir in Columbiaville. Twenty-nine guesses were called in; 21 were correct. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

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