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Who Are Highland Park-Mount Washington's People of the Year?

There are so many leading lights in Highland Park and Mount Washington, so why focus on just one?

Last year, Highland Park-Mount Washington Patch attempted to single out the neighborhoods' Person of the Year.

The award went to Aldama Elementary School dual-language teacher Angelina Saenz, and deservedly so. You can read more Saenz's work here, but suffice it to say that she is working very hard to make a positive impact on our community.

However, I can't help but feel like last year's effort to single out a community superstar, unfortunately, turned into something like a competition. That's not what I wanted.

So this year, I'm asking everyone to submit their person of the year, and I'll make an effort to profile all of them. Instead of a contest, consider this an opportunity to tell Patch where to shine its end-of-the-year spotlight.

Tell me your nominations in the comments section below or at david.fonseca@patch.com.

Include why you think they should get the distinction.

Please mention the groups they're involved with and tell us who you are, as we'd prefer no anonymous nominations.

Hector Huezo December 11, 2012 at 09:56 PM
http://highlandpark-ca.patch.com/blog_posts/blog-rebecca-prine-for-person-of-the-year?errors%5B%5D=Validation+failed%3A+Object+has+already+been+taken.

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