ALPENA, MI – Elizabeth Kaiser, originally from Alpena, and her husband Kyle Lawrence have produced a documentary entitled “Small Town, Big Heart”.
Elizabeth is the daughter of Kim St. Charles and Bill Kaiser of Alpena. She and her husband reside in Savannah, Georgia.
Elizabeth and Kyle spent several weeks in Alpena with family and while in the area produced “Small Town, Big Heart”.
The documentary is the story of how the 2014 International MATE ROV Competition impacted Alpena and perhaps more importantly, how Alpena impacted the participants.
Alpena is home to the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary where the 2014 International MATE ROV Competition took place over the summer.
Not only does this documentary highlight the Sanctuary but it also shines a beautiful light on the people and business’ of Alpena. This video would make anyone proud to be living in Alpena or to be from Alpena.
Elizabeth is a graduate of Lansing Community College. She then received a scholarship to The University for Creative Careers (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia. She gradudated from there in 2011. On the same day that she graduated from SCAD she also married Kyle Lawrence.