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Directory of Ambassadors: Gerry Chevrier
Gerry Chevrier
Gerry Chevrier
Member Since 2013

Lake Orion, Michigan


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Biographical Information:

One of the biggest events in Gerry Chevrier's life was when the USA landed on the moon. It was that magical event that sparked his interest in space and telescopes. At age 17, he purchased a small refractor telescope and starting looking at the moon. When Gerry got older, he purchased a more powerful unit and started inviting friends over to look at star clusters, nebulas and galaxies. He now owns an even larger telescope that is located in a dome in Oxford, Michigan. Gerry enjoys putting on programs in the dome for local youth and community groups. He believes astronomy stirs scientific curiosity in young people because it is an exciting, visual science.

Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:

Rochester College
Class room discussion on New Horizon and visit to my Dome / Telescope

Older Person Commission
Programs and Activities Department Head

Lake Orion Rotary Club
Rotary Meeting

Bemis Junior High
School

Bald Mountain Campground
Bald Mountain State Campground

Past Events Collaborated On By This Ambassador:

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