University of Michigan Band to Make Featured Appearance at Lakeshore High School

University of Michigan Band to Make Featured Appearance at Lakeshore High School
For the second time in two years, Lakeshore High School will play host to one of the finest
college bands in the land. The University of Michigan marching band will make a stop in Lancer
nation Saturday, September 1, before continuing on to play at the University of Notre Dame in
South Bend, Indiana, as the Wolverines take on the Fighting Irish.
The public is invited to get a glimpse at the band’s pregame and halftime performance,
free-of-charge, at 2:45 p.m. in Al Stockman Stadium, which is located on Cleveland Avenue -
immediately adjacent to Lakeshore High School in Stevensville. Donations will be accepted, with
all proceeds benefiting the United Way of Southwest Michigan.
This special Labor Day weekend event is sponsored by the Lakeshore Excellence Foundation.
Lakeshore High School Principal Brad Brunner believes performing arts competitions like
Lakeshore’s back-to-back Marching Band State Championship wins cause schools like the
University of Michigan to take notice.
“It means a great deal to the district, community, and our students to host bands of such a high
caliber,” said Brunner. “One of the primary reasons these premier big ten schools take time to
visit Lakeshore is to recruit our students. In our efforts to strive to be a world-class school
district, it is events like this that reassure us that we're moving in the right direction.”
About Lakeshore Excellence Foundation.
The mission of the Lakeshore Excellence Foundation is to acquire and distribute resources that
support various Lakeshore Public School programs and projects aimed at enhancing, enriching,
or supplementing learning opportunities for students, staff, and community. Additional
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