True heroes honored

Alex Doty • Feb 12, 2018 at 10:00 AM

It was a “super” turnout for Grand Haven Main Street’s 8th annual Frozen in Time event on Saturday afternoon.

Storefronts up and down Washington Avenue and on Seventh Street featured live, motionless mannequins depicting a scene from a super-hero movie or comic book, or of hometown heroes.

Participating businesses included Adorn Kids, The Baker’s Wife, Blueberry Haven, Borr’s Shoes, C2C Gallery, Calico Cat, Glik’s, J. Dubs Market & Wine Shop, Jean Marie’s, Jumpin’ Java, Kilwin’s, Lee & Birch, MACKite, Overtime Sports, Santo Stefano del Lago, Studio 206, Tri-Cities Historical Museum, Vintage Green, and What a Gem.

Each participating business competed for the top prize in both the judged and crowd-voted categories.

Photos from Saturday’s event

The judges’ choice for best window were:

• First Place: Jean Marie’s, U.S. Coast Guard

• Second Place: Calico Cat, U.S. Marine Corps

• Honorable Mention: Tri-Cities Historical Museum, Amelia Earhart 

People’s Choice winners were:

• First Place: Borr’s Shoes, miniature Flash, Supergirl and Wonder Woman

• Second Place: Tri-Cites Historical Museum, Amelia Earhart

• Honorable Mention: Studio 206, Silver Surfer

Event organizers say the theme for next year’s Frozen in Time will be movies.

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