2018-10-21 / Community View

Where’s the VIEW?


Kay O’Meara of Lapeer of Lapeer was the first reader to correctly identify this Where’s the View photo as that of a metal sculpture of flower petals at the site of a pocket park under construction between the PIX Theatre and Burke’s Flowers in downtown Lapeer. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Kay O’Meara of Lapeer of Lapeer was the first reader to correctly identify this Where’s the View photo as that of a metal sculpture of flower petals at the site of a pocket park under construction between the PIX Theatre and Burke’s Flowers in downtown Lapeer. Photo by Jeff Hogan Editor’s note: Each Thursday the Lapeer Area VIEW (sister paper to The County Press) publishes a fun feature called Where’s the View which is a photo taken by a County Press reporter while out on assignment in the community. The first person to correctly identify the photo gets their name published in the following edition of the Lapeer Area VIEW, and also receives a complimentary subscription to The County Press for one month.



John Stack of Arcadia Township was the first reader to identify this photo as that of a bend in the Canadian National Railroad line as seen from atop the Genesee Road bridge looking east. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan John Stack of Arcadia Township was the first reader to identify this photo as that of a bend in the Canadian National Railroad line as seen from atop the Genesee Road bridge looking east. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Carol Jamison of Burlington Township was the first reader to identify this Where’s the View photo as that of a painting of Marguerite deAngeli on the stairway at the Lapeer library that bears her name. In 1981 the library was renamed to honor the Newbery Award winning children’s author and illustrator who was born in Lapeer in 1889. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Carol Jamison of Burlington Township was the first reader to identify this Where’s the View photo as that of a painting of Marguerite deAngeli on the stairway at the Lapeer library that bears her name. In 1981 the library was renamed to honor the Newbery Award winning children’s author and illustrator who was born in Lapeer in 1889. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Kathy Nelson of Lapeer was the first reader to identify this photo as that of the exterior stairway to the Meditation Center at the northeast corner of Law and Cedar streets in Lapeer. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Kathy Nelson of Lapeer was the first reader to identify this photo as that of the exterior stairway to the Meditation Center at the northeast corner of Law and Cedar streets in Lapeer. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Jeff Hershey of Oregon Township was the first to identify this Where’s the View photo as that of an American flag and seating bench at the war memorial at the Mayfield Township Cemetery on N. Saginaw Road. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Jeff Hershey of Oregon Township was the first to identify this Where’s the View photo as that of an American flag and seating bench at the war memorial at the Mayfield Township Cemetery on N. Saginaw Road. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Vickie Eckert of Dryden was the first reader to identify this Where’s the View photo as that of a close-up of a flower and the water wheel at the Past Tense Country Store and Cider Mill in Mayfield Township. 
Photo by Krystal Moralee Vickie Eckert of Dryden was the first reader to identify this Where’s the View photo as that of a close-up of a flower and the water wheel at the Past Tense Country Store and Cider Mill in Mayfield Township. Photo by Krystal Moralee

The first reader to identify this photo as a PVC tube at the fishing pier at Lake Minnawanna at the Metamora-Hadley State Recreation Area used to collect unused fishing line was Amber Fitzgerald of Goodrich. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan The first reader to identify this photo as a PVC tube at the fishing pier at Lake Minnawanna at the Metamora-Hadley State Recreation Area used to collect unused fishing line was Amber Fitzgerald of Goodrich. Photo by Jeff Hogan

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