Team Stahl & Snearey
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 Stahl & Snearey" 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!
Audra is a hometown girl to Alma who has always lived close to the Alma College campus, and childhood memories include using the library, pool, riding her bike through campus, and later she even had her wedding reception in Tyler-Van Dusen! She is the President & CEO of Child Advocacy, which is currently housed in the Wilcox Non-Profit center with United Way. She is an Alma City Commissioner, a member of the Alma Woman’s Club, 100 Women Who Care-Gratiot County, and an Alma/St. Louis Rotarian. She is on the Board of Directors for the Gratiot Area Chamber of Commerce and Gratiot County Community Foundation. She is an avid concert go-er and probably has seen more than 100 concerts in her lifetime! She will be seeing Jimmy Buffett for the fifth time this summer. And one last fun fact: Audra can proudly say she has never missed a Highland Festival, now that is a true Almanian!
Born and raised in Alma, Grant is no stranger to this community. He graduated from Alma High School and went on to be an Alma College Class of 2005 graduate. While attending Alma College he played on the Men’s Soccer Team. He is currently the plant manager at Jer-Den Plastics in St. Louis. Grant is dancing with his sister-in-law, Audra, and says that most of his community involvement is spent through supporting Child Advocacy in numerous ways by attending events, volunteering his time, and promoting. Something revealed by Audra is that Grant’s hidden talent is he’s an awesome artist!