2019 Best of Washtenaw—Local Color

. June 3, 2019.

Local Nonprofit

Humane Society of Huron Valley
Runner Up: Ozone House

Public Servant

Debbie Dingell
Runner Up: Jae Gerhart (Washtenaw County Local Foods Coordinator)

Suburban Downtown

Runner Up: Chelsea

Annual Event

Top of the Park – Ann Arbor Summer Festival

Best Activist

Tanya Hilgendorf
Runner Up: Jason Fenzel


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