Slideshow | Governors Open House 2013

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Joe Schmidt, Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Corrections, serves cookies to students waiting in line outside the Governor's House to attend the annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Students from the Faith Community School sing for parents and people waiting in line during the annual Governor's Open House on Tuesday.
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Juneauites line up for the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Some of the nearly 24,000 cookies on hand for the Governor's annual Open House.
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Ginger Johnson of the Capital City Republican Women mans the front door during the Governor's Open House on Tuesday.
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Gov. Sean Parnell, his wife, Sandy, and Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell, left, welcome visitors to the annual Open House on Tuesday.
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The Juneau-Douglas High School Chamber Choir sings during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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A collection of Nutcrackers line a shelf at the Governor's House on Tuesday.
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Leah Sell, 5, is well set with cookies and a bell at the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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The Governor's staff keeps the dining room table stacked with cookies and other sweets during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Ben Robinson helps his sons, Cody, 7, left, and Kyle, 4, with their cookie choices during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Families sample the cookies during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Kacy Lockhart watches as her sons, Bridger, 1, and Samuel, 7, receive bells from Lisa Nelson of the Capital City Republician Women during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Children receive bells from Lisa Nelson of the Capital City Republician Women during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Sharon Lee looks at the model Tlingit longhouse on display during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday. Lee said it was her favorite part of the event.
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Barbara Burnett, left, and Rita Dienst of the Capital City Republician Women serve drinks during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Musicians in the Ursa Minor Ensemble, directed by Guo Hua Xia, perform in the living room during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.
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Jordan Cooper plays her flugelhorn with the Thunder Mountain High School Jazz Band during the Governor's annual Open House on Tuesday.

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