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This year, The Washtenaw 100 awarded 13 college scholarships, each worth $2,000, to high-achieving children of our area's police officers and firefighters. Doing the math, that's a total award of $26,000 in scholarships from W100 for 2021. Watch soon on these web...
The Washtenaw 100 – a regional nonprofit charitable organization that supports police officers and firefighters, their families, and their departments – will hold its annual fundraising dinner, open to the paying public, on Thursday, October 21.
Recently, The Washtenaw 100's esteemed board chair Amy Reiser – smiling at you from the photo below – was interviewed by local radio host Lucy Ann Lance for a "Community Cares" segment about the support our organization provides for the area's public safety...
Do you know that a portion of your purchases through Amazon can help to fund The Washtenaw 100's work in supporting our area's police officers and firefighters, their families, and their departments? It's true. Though a program called AmazonSmiles, you can designate...
This Year’s Equipment Grants from The Washtenaw 100 Go to Ann Arbor, Saline, Salem, and Scio Departments
This year, The Washtenaw 100 will grant a total of nearly $20,000 to area police and fire departments to help them obtain needed new equipment for safe and effective emergency response: The City of Ann Arbor's Police Department will receive almost $6,000 from W100 to...
CHIEF BILL WAGNER OF NORTHFIELD TOWNSHIP BRINGS NEARLY 40 YEARS OF PUBLIC SAFETY EXPERIENCE TO THE WASHTENAW 100’S BOARD
Chief Bill Wagner – the Director of Public Safety for Northfield Township, responsible for the Township’s Police and Fire Departments – has joined The Washtenaw 100’s Board of Directors.
The Washtenaw 100’s Annual Dinner this October will coincide almost exactly with our organization’s founding in the fall of 1971. Think of it: We’ve been supporting the families of fallen law enforcement officers and fire fighters for a half-century.
Thanks and a big tip of the fire cap to Chief Robert Vogel of the South Lyon Fire Department. Chief Vogel will soon retire from The Washtenaw 100’s board, where he has provided invaluable service since 2016. He’ll remain a W100 member. Chief Vogel’s connection to W100...
Amy Reiser, Washtenaw County’s Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Discusses Priorities as The Washtenaw 100’s New Board Chair
The Washtenaw 100’s new board chair for 2021 – our 50th year – is Amy Reiser, the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of Washtenaw County. Amy succeeds Howard S. Holmes II of Chelsea Milling Company (Jiffy Mix), who served as board chair for the past two years, and remains...
New Board Member Lindsay Kendrick of Knight’s Restaurants and Markets Brings Sales and Marketing Know-how to The Washtenaw 100
New this year to The Washtenaw 100’s board of directors is Lindsay Kendrick, the marketing and human resources director for Knight’s Restaurants and Markets, which have been an Ann Arbor-area institution since 1952.
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