Reading contest winners get to spend day with Bollin in Lansing

Jack Pauli and Adrienne Denby got to be reps for the day after winning state Rep. Ann Bollin's summer reading contest.

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Rep. Ann Bollin was joined in Lansing by the winners of her summer reading contest: Jack Pauli of Brighton and Adrienne Denby of Genoa Township.

The summer reading contest gave children across Livingston County the opportunity to join the representative in Lansing to be a “Rep for a Day.”

Bollin represents parts of Livingston County, which includes the City of Brighton, the Village of Pinckney, and the townships of Brighton, Genoa, Green Oak, Hamburg, and Putnam.

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