Comicon Collection-$240 Picture This Gallery-100 Bill & Cheri Musial-100- Gallery Unique-100
Davis/Vandenbossche Insurance Agency-100 Westrick Realtor- 100
Acme Industries- 100
FB Package - 100
Keith & Sue Jenkins-100 Great Lakes Docks & Decks-$100 Don/Kay Jamieson-$100 Pat Hoag- $100 Lacy Lou's-$100 Fred Roberts-$100 Unveiling Misc-$100 Cheryl Devereau-$70 Valentinos Restaurant-50 Jim/Kathy Fernandez-$50 Big River Antiques-50- Joseph LaLonde-50. Ricky Fitzsimons-50. George Behe- 50.- Gar's Bar-$50 John White-$50 Cathy Lamet-$50 Rosellen Bucy-$50 Deborah Eleson-$50 Anne/Chris Boutique-$50 Chris Arnold-$50 Back Porch Antiques-$50 The Candy Jar-$50 Cliff/Louise Gibbs-$50 The Little Bar-$40 Celeste Laframboise-$30 VeraGrace/EttaMae-$30 Dan Micoff-30.- Angie /Ashley/Brielle Goodman-30. Bob & Sue Mabry-$30 Peggy Wirgau-$25 Kelli Rosenfeld-$25 Scott/Helma Tisdale-$20 Mike Oswald- $20 Cathy Akers Jorden-$20- Jeri Packer-$20 Jim/Darlene Wagner-$10 Trevor Baxter- $10 Colleen Dolan Stover-$10 Jill Carlier-$5 Tom/Toni Maxwell-$5 Jamie Brown family $50.00 -In Kind
~ May 12th, 2018~
Well we had a successful dedication ceremony on May 12th, 2018. We had the honor of having 3 Titanic historians, George Behe, Floyd Andrick, David Kaplan present and a fashion historian Lynn Anderson. David gave his fantastic lecture on the Michigan bound passengers and their legacy and Lynn Anderson dressed in period costume and presented her Ralph White lecture. Both were well received. A special treat was to have Martha Schinderle, the great grand-daughter of Elizabeth Davies who was a passenger on Titanic and two very avid Titanic enthusiasts Cathy Lamet from Tacoma, Washington and Christine Kutchler a doctor from Bismark, South Dakota. Unfortunately this weekend was Mother's Day, prom & some graduations weekend and it was rainy and a bit cold until later in the afternoon. We had about 70 people present at one time which I think was pretty good considering. We started off with a nice gathering for breakfast, then a short lunch break, then the memorial dedication, another short break and then a great dinner gathering at the Marine City Fish Co.
Thank you to all who believed in us and this endeavor to help preserve Michigan's place in Titanic history, the lives and families that were taken or effected and to bring awareness to the shipping industry that has been such an important part of our city, county and state's history.