Behrends Mechanical donates to the Juneau Arts & Culture Center

Thanks to Behrends Mechanical, Alaska Marine Lines, and Gene Cheeseman, the Juneau Arts and Culture Center now has a brand-new container to use for storing set pieces and the annual Hit the JACC Putt Miniature Golf holes. Behrends Mechanical donated the container, and it was transported by AML truck to the JACC, where Gene Cheeseman picked it up with his really big forklift and carefully, guided by Dick Behrends and Bing Carrillo, placed it in the JACC lot.

Alaska Marine Line stored the golf holes since last December, and brought them to the JACC last weekend, in time for hole artists to begin work setting up the golf course for the sixth Annual Hit the JACC Putt. AAA Moving and Storage stored the holes for many years prior to this.

Nancy DeCherney

Juneau Arts & Humanities Council

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