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Legislative reception Tuesday
The 16th Annual Welcome Reception for the 22nd Alaska State Legislature will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Centennial Hall Convention Center. The public is welcome.
Community dinner honors judge
A community birthday dinner celebrating Judge Tom Stewart's 82nd birthday is scheduled Saturday, with cocktails at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. at Mike's Place in Douglas.
The dinner will be buffet-style, featuring prime rib, halibut and chicken, among other dishes. Music will be performed by Tom Locher and Byron McGilvray. Speakers at the program will include Alaska Supreme Court Justice Bud Carpeneti, Dean Williams, George Rogers, Maynard Miller and others.
There will also be a skit and two short videotapes of Judge Stewart singing and relating events in his life.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available at both Hearthside Books locations for $25 per person.
For more information call Sheri at 463-7148 or Kathy at 789-0047.
Insulin focus of diabetes event
The Juneau Chapter of the American Diabetes Association will hold their January meeting from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday in Room 204 of the Bartlett Regional Hospital Administrative Building. Lynn Sedowski, MiniMed representative, will discuss insulin pumps, intensive insulin treatment therapy and continuous monitoring. Call Don at 463-8649 for more information.
Girl scout/adult class offered
A new adult/Girl Scout class will be offered from 10 a.m. to noon on Jan. 13 and 20, at Good's Tru-Value Hardware. The class, "If I Had A Hammer," is open to all girls over the age of 5, and will be taught by Girl Scout volunteer Maggie Stumme. Stumme hopes to help girls see themselves in non-traditional roles, learn to use hand tools and acclimate themselves to hardware stores.
Girls registered for the class will attend with their favorite adult. The cost is $17 each for new Girl Scouts and adults, and $10 each for currently registered Girl Scouts and adults. Some scholarships available. Call 586-1710.
Board seeks applicants
The Federal Subsistence Board is accepting applications and/or nominations through Feb. 23 for membership on 10 Federal Subsistence Regional Advisory Councils.
For an application packet or more information, contact the Office of Subsistence Management at (800) 478-1456. Hearing-impaired individuals may call (800) 877-8339. The application is also available online at www.r7.fws.gov/asm/home.html.
Military academy recruiting
The Alaska Military Youth Academy is now accepting applications for its 2001 spring and fall sessions. Courses will begin in early April and mid-September at the Camp Carroll Training Site on Fort Richardson; students will attend classes and follow a daily training regiment that focuses on character and leadership development, teamwork, communications skills and physical fitness.
Applicants must be volunteers, 16-18 years of age, be out of school without having completed a secondary education, be free of legal entanglements and be capable of successfully participating in a mentally and physically demanding course.
For details and applications, call 384-6015 or (800) 797-2267.
False mayday warning issued
After having responded to several false distress calls, the Coast Guard is warning people about the dangers of false maydays. Such calls send rescuers into harm's way unnecessarily and pull rescue assets away from potential real emergencies. Under U.S. law, an individual who knowingly and willfully communicates a false distress message may be imprisoned for up to six years, subject to a civil penalty of $5,000 and liable for all costs the Coast Guard incurs as a result of the individual's actions. Parents are reminded that they are responsible for minor children.