Spruced up Salmonberry House

Many thanks to Juneau Key Bank employees who volunteered their time and energy to spruce up the Salmonberry House Adult Group Living Home operated by Juneau Alliance for Mental Health, Inc. JAMHI is Juneau’s Community Behavioral Health Center.

As part Key Bank’s Neighbors Make a Difference Day in May, they painted the living room and common areas of the home, brightening it for adult residents with severe mental illness. Participating Key Bank employees were Kayla Lowenstein, Michelle Umbs, Brad Kiefer, Christian Veliz and Sophia Smith. Their community spirit and efforts are greatly appreciated!

Pamela Watts, Executive Director at JAMHI

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