Your vote needed to crown Flint’s most neighborly leaders with community awards

Your vote needed to crown Flint’s most neighborly leaders with community awards

A few neighborly nominees will become award winners Sept. 27 at a community celebration in University Square Park in honor of National Good Neighbor Day.

Some of Flint’s most transformative citizens, companies and organizations will be recognized at the Good Neighbor Awards.

The Good Neighbor Awards are presented by Flint Neighborhoods United and you are invited to vote for your favorite.

Nominees include local residents, foundations, non-profits, community improvement programs, and companies who can become award recipients in five categories. Here’s who’s in the running. Please click here to vote.

Individual Category (one person who stands out as a great neighbor)

  • Annette Reynolds – working to clean up Shady Acres Mobile Home Park (to learn more about Reynolds works please click here)
  • Jeannette Edwards – president and founder of the Brownell-Holmes Neighborhood Association – helping to create positive change in her north side neighborhood (to learn more about Edwards work please click here)
  • Megan Heyza – created a project that project that beautified more than 30 porches in an eastside neighborhood (to learn more about Heyza’s work please click here)

Community/Neighborhood Group

Best Neighborhood Project

Business Category

Nonprofit Organization

The Good Neighbor Awards will be presented at 6 p.m. after the Flint Public Art Project’s Art Parade event. The awards are held in recognition of the people, projects, and organizations that help celebrate and uplift the city.

Please click here to vote.




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