Michigan Walk of Fame

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The Michigan Walk of Fame, styled on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame, will honor Michigan residents, past or present, who have made significant contributions to the state or nation.

Located along central Lansing's Washington Square, it aims to be the first comprehensive Walk of Fame in the nation to honor the contributions of its residents on a statewide basis. Each year nominations are accepted by people from around the state and nation.

The first group of Michigan Walk of Fame's inductees were honored on May 25, 2006 during Michigan Week. The 2006 inductees were announced on March 14 and twelve more will be added annually. Stevie Wonder, Helen Thomas, Jeff Daniels, Dick Ford (Gerald Ford's brother), and many others attended the May 25 event to be formally inducted,[1]

The second group of inductees were announced in fall 2007 and the third group of inductees are currently being considered from over 500 nominations. As of January 2012, no more inductees have been added.

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2007 Inductees[edit]


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