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Sep 14

The Fall of Ypsilanti

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For their most recent newsletter, those good kids from the Ypsilanti Jaycees asked local leaders, “What is your favorite thing to do in the Ypsilanti area during the fall season?” The answers ranged from the candid to choreographed to totally cool.

“[My favorite thing to do in Ypsilanti in the fall is ] to see the swarms of trick-or-treaters in downtown Ypsilanti and to see the neighborhood kids come trick-or-treating to our front door year after year. I love to watch them grow up.”
Paul Schreiber, Ypsilanti Mayor

“[My favorite thing to do in Ypsilanti in the fall is ] taking the kids to Wiard’s Apple Orchard and EMU football games.”
Diane Keller, Ypsilanti Chamber of Commerce, President

“[My favorite thing to do in Ypsilanti in the fall is ] to wander around the historic neighborhoods, admiring the beautifully restored historic home and gardens and have coffee or a meal in Depot Town or Downtown Ypsilanti.”
Liz Brater, State Senator

“[My favorite thing to do in Ypsilanti in the fall is to go to] EMU football games and trips to Wasem Cider Mill are our favorite fall Ypsi treats.”
Bill Nickels, Ypsilanti City Council member, Ward 2

“The police department enjoys patrolling the downtown halloween festival with the children in their costumes, store owners mingling in the streets, and hay rides up and down Michigan Avenue.”
Matthew Harshberger, Ypsilanti Police Chief

“My wife and I enjoy taking advantage of the outdoor settings from Depot Town, Riverside Park, to the small park between Bombadill’s and the library.”
Jon Ichesco, Ypsilanti Fire Chief

“[My favorite thing to do in Ypsilanti in the fall is ] to catch smeet frogs in Riverside Park before they hibernate.”
Brian Robb, Ypsilanti City Council member, Ward 3

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