Time stands still

Barb Brower and Lynn Sheehan walked along Washington Avenue watching as models brought television shows to life during Frozen in Time.
Krystle Wagner
Feb 10, 2014

Saturday’s third annual event drew hundreds of people to downtown Grand Haven. After visiting shops and storefronts, participants filled the Masonic Lodge for prizes and to learn about the winning windows.

Down to Earth’s “I Love Lucy” storefront received first place from both judges and community members.

Judges named “The Walking Dead” as second place and “Ducky Dynasty” with third place. Visitors gave second to “The Bachelor” and third place to “The Walking Dead.”

Although Brower and Sheehan had a difficult time pinpointing one favorite window, the two women said they enjoyed watching the models portray various television show scenes.

“It looks like they’re having fun too,” Sheehan said.

Students from Western Michigan Christian High School portrayed singers and judges from “American Idol.”

Sharon Bergman said she and her husband also became models for the show after their friend needed extra people.

Although Bergman is involved with her church’s drama department, she said it was challenging to hold the same position when people knocked on the window.

Bergman said they could hear people’s laughter and comments.

“The reactions of the people are great,” she said.
 

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