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A special day took place in White Lake on Saturday, Aug. 26. Five ladies were honored at the village’s Citizens of the Year’’ event held at the Lake Pavilion.

Honored were Mary Ann Engle, Beulah Oatman, Barbara Roberts, Jean Whitt and Jean Wilson. They have all lived in White Lake for many years, some during their childhood, school days and raising their children and each one has contributed to the White Lake area community.

At the celebration, members of their immediate families shared stories about their mothers and parents. They were remembered fondly by many current and former residents of White Lake.

Mary Ann Engle was an original member of the American Legion Auxiliary and was an active participant for many years. She was a docent at the Historical Center.

Beulah Oatman raised a large family, was a well-known cook in the community, and worked in her husband’s plumbing business. She is fondly remembered by many children in the community who passed by her husband’s business.

Barbara Roberts volunteered at the White Lake Christian Food Pantry for many years, was a docent at the Historical Center, a member of the Book Club and involved with many church activities.

Jean Whitt was a teacher for the White Lake School for many years. She is well remembered by many students.

Jean Wilson was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary for many years, marched in many Fourth of July parades and saved many articles, photos and memorabilia from the community’s past.

There were approximately 125 people attending. A lunch plate was served along with cake.

All proceeds will go towards the 2018 Independence Day Celebration in White Lake.


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Honored as White Lake Citizens of the Year recently were, Jean Whitt, standing, and seated from left, Jean Wilson, Barb Roberts, Mary Ann Engle, and Beulah Oatman.

Five ladies named White Lake's 'Citizens of the Year,' honored
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A special day took place in White Lake on Saturday, Aug. 26. Five ladies were honored at the village’s Citizens of the Year’’ event held at the Lake Pavilion.

Honored were Mary Ann Engle, Beulah Oatman, Barbara Roberts, Jean Whitt and Jean Wilson. They have all lived in White Lake for many years, some during their childhood, school days and raising their children and each one has contributed to the White Lake area community.

At the celebration, members of their immediate families shared stories about their mothers and parents. They were remembered fondly by many current and former residents of White Lake.

Mary Ann Engle was an original member of the American Legion Auxiliary and was an active participant for many years. She was a docent at the Historical Center.

Beulah Oatman raised a large family, was a well-known cook in the community, and worked in her husband’s plumbing business. She is fondly remembered by many children in the community who passed by her husband’s business.

Barbara Roberts volunteered at the White Lake Christian Food Pantry for many years, was a docent at the Historical Center, a member of the Book Club and involved with many church activities.

Jean Whitt was a teacher for the White Lake School for many years. She is well remembered by many students.

Jean Wilson was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary for many years, marched in many Fourth of July parades and saved many articles, photos and memorabilia from the community’s past.

There were approximately 125 people attending. A lunch plate was served along with cake.

All proceeds will go towards the 2018 Independence Day Celebration in White Lake.


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Honored as White Lake Citizens of the Year recently were, Jean Whitt, standing, and seated from left, Jean Wilson, Barb Roberts, Mary Ann Engle, and Beulah Oatman.
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