State Rep. Andrea Schroeder recently announced the winners of her district photo contest. Residents from throughout the 43rd District submitted photos for consideration.
The winning photos were submitted by Alexandra Touchstone, Sue Wylie, and Matt Nichols.
The three winning photos will hang in Rep. Schroeder’s Lansing office. An official unveiling will be held in April, where the three winning photographers will be invited to join Rep. Schroeder in Lansing.
“Our communities in Oakland County have so much to offer. This is an opportunity to showcase the places we live and recognize the truly impressive talent of our neighbors,” Schroeder said. “I’m grateful for everyone who participated and the outstanding quality of the photos.”
Submitted by Alexandra Touchstone
Submitted by Sue Wylie
Submitted by Matt Nichols
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