The Barches’ support of the CFRE project, now totaling $1 million, propels LSSU towards it’s $3 million fundraising goal
Central Savings Bank presents a $100,000 donation to LSSU for the CFRE project
LSSU alum Jennifer Johnson conducts an ultrasound on a female Lake Sturgeon prior to it being passed upstream of a dam on the Menominee River
President Peter Mitchell gives working groups their brainstorming mandate during a “visioning” session held Oct. 11 for LSSU’s Center for Freshwater Research and Education
LSSU Board of Trustees approves plans to initiate fundraising campaign
LSSU alum Dan Laur (’76) pauses from fishing the St. Marys to present a check to Foundation Executive Director Tom Coates (right) and ARL Manager Roger Greil. Laur made the $15,000 gift in May to support the CFRE project.
Gerome “Jerry” Kahn of Cedarbrook Trout Farms releases about 500 rainbow trout into a kids’ fishing pond in Sault Ste. Marie. The pond, open free to kids 16 or younger with fishing licenses, is a joint effort between the Soo Area Sportsmen’s Club, Cloverland Electric Cooperative, the Sault parks and recreation department, and LSSU’s ARL.
Richard and Theresa Barch (center) present a half-million dollar gift towards transforming LSSU’s existing ARL into a new Center for Freshwater Research and Education.