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Swimming Pool


A broad-based coalition of community members support this proposal to improve the health and well-being of the community and local economy.

A feasibility study was conducted by a national aquatic consulting firm in partnership with a group of community members to determine the needs and interest in building an Aquatic Center in the community. As a part of the feasibility study, the following groups have indicated their need and support for the Aquatic Center.

  • Advanced Physical Therapy

  • Central Michigan University

  • CMU Club Swim and Dive Team

  • CMU Club Water Polo Team

  • CMU Department of Physical Education and Sport

  • Dive Rescue Team, Isabella County Sheriff's Office

  • Masters Swimming of Central Michigan

  • Mount Pleasant Fire Department

  • Mount Pleasant Public Schools

  • Mountain Town Rehab

  • Senior Water Aerobics

  • Special Olympics Michigan

  • Triathlon Club at Central Michigan

This one-time, non-partisan millage proposal has broad support from all corners of our community, because the need is great, the demand is high, and it will enhance the physical, mental and financial health of the community for generations to come.

  • Eric Beckman, MPHS swim coach

  • Liz Bliss, local realtor

  • Krystal Campbell, local realtor

  • Dr. Michael J. Conway, CMU College of Medicine 

  • Deb Fahr, retired teacher

  • Katie Flannery, CMU Physician Assistant Program

  • Melissa Issac, educator

  • Eileen Jennings, long-time resident

  • Kevin Keating, local realtor

  • Erin King, principal

  • Jerel Konwinski, business owner

  • Marcia Mackey, CMU Sports Management Program

  • Dr. Michael Moutsatson, orthopedic surgeon

  • Tim Odykirk, CMU Center for Charter Schools

  • Kristi Pifer, physical therapist

  • Allan Riggs, CMU Physician Assistant Program

  • Barbara Sheperdigian, local resident

  • Mark Smith, business owner

  • Dr. Brittany Van Houten, OB-GYN

  • Bob Weisenburger, lifelong resident and business leader

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Building a new aquatic center in our community is not only an investment in the​ health of our residents but also a strategic move endorsed by local business leaders who recognize its potential to enhance recreational opportunities, attract tourism, and contribute to the overall economic vibrancy of our town."

Jerel Konwinski, business owner

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