23rd Annual Sturgeon For Tomorrow Banquet
Saturday, September 11, 2021
K of C Hall - Cheboygan, MI
Proceeds from this signature event will be utilized to fund lake sturgeon research, streamside rearing/hatchery, habitat conservation, Sturgeon in the Classroom and education-outreach programming.
STURGEON FOR TOMORROW will host their 23rd Annual Banquet on Saturday, September 11, 2021 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Cheboygan. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. with dinner served at 6:00 p.m. Bob Garner will be the master of ceremonies. Doug Larson Lead Research Technician is our featured speaker and we will hear about the 2021 field season.
Activities for this year’s event include raffles, games, silent auction, door prizes, a youth, woman’s and men’s drawing and cash bar. Prizes include a huge array of firearms, hunting, fishing and camping equipment, signature wildlife prints, decoys, and exclusive outdoor decor.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND will be our Artisan Gallery of exclusive, one of kind handmade items. Artists and craftsmen and women are encouraged to showcase their art to a collective audience while investing their works for auction and game prizes. Artisan Gallery donations are tax deductible. Deadline for donations is September 8. Please contact Jason at 231-420-7853.
Dinner Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for youth 14 y.o. and under. Sponsor and Big Spender packages are available. Early Bird Drawing deadline is September 4.
Sturgeon For Tomorrow volunteers
receive Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from US Senator Debbie Stabenow.
September 10, 2011
Certificates were presented to Sturgeon Guarding Program volunteer coordinators and sturgeon ambassadors in recognition of their spirit of volunteerismandcommitment to the improved quality of life for the people of the state of Michigan and to the conservation and protection of the state threatened lake sturgeon.
Sturgeon For Tomorrow President Brenda Archambo presents Certificates of Special Congressional Recognition from US Senator Debbie Stabenow to (from left) Bill and Sharon Church, Ann and Mark Feldhauser and Fran Hartle.
Bob Garner was honored for his long standing commitment and leadership role in raising public awareness of the iconic lake sturgeon and dedication to Sturgeon For Tomorrow.
Sturgeon For Tomorrow President Brenda Archambo presents Bob Garner with a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from US Senator Debbie Stabenow.
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