Team Höhlmüller & Maltby
Monday, march 18th → Alma College Heritage Center
VIP Hour — 5:30 - 6:30pm, Hogan Center: $50/ticket. Call the Alma College box office Monday-Friday 1-4pm at (989) 463-7304.
General Admission — Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7pm, Heritage Center: $10/ticket. Purchase tickets at the door (we anticipate another sell-out event, tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis).
If you prefer to donate by check, please note "Team Höhlmüller & Maltby" in the memo line. Mail your check (payable to "United Way") to 524 E. Mosher Street, Suite 400, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858. Please note that donations to United Way of Gratiot & Isabella Counties for Arts United are 100% tax deductible and do not include tickets to the event, which must be purchased separately. Thank you!
Sabine traveled the furthest of the bunch as she calls her true hometown Vienna, Austria. She moved to Alma in 2017 after meeting Chris on the Heartland Trail for his weekly “Ice Cream bike ride”. She worked at the Vienna University of Economics of Business as the head of the Doctoral office before moving to Michigan. She then ran a horse farm in Michigan for 15 years, before finally finding her calling in managing Terry’s Cycle! She helps with the various bike rides in the community and recently started to volunteer for the Gratiot County Hope House. Sabine is an adventurous person and loves to try new things. She has not only been to 40 countries, but has spent a lot of time scuba diving in the Indian Ocean! She has also jumped out of an airplane at 15,000 feet and bungee jumped a few times! Chris let us know that Sabine owns more bikes than he does.
Chris was born in Monroe, Michigan and moved to Bellaire when he was 16. He Is a CMU grad, and came to Alma initially in 1997. Chris was a High School English and biology teacher for 14 years before deciding to buy Terry’s Cycle in Alma. He is a member of the Alma Action Association branch of the Gratiot Chamber of Commerce, a member of the City of Alma’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and the Healthy Pine River group. He and Sabine together organize various fun bike rides and fundraiser bike rides for the community. From mountain biking to gravel rides, road biking to fat tire biking in the snow, he loves to ride. He used to ride 10,000 miles a year. A fun fact about Chris is that he took 13th place at the Mountain Bike 24-hour National Championship in 2008!