D.A.R.E. course scheduled Thursdays
The Juneau Police Department will present a D.A.R.E. Parenting Training Course from 7-9 p.m. on Thursdays between Feb. 1 and March 1 at Floyd Dryden Middle School.
Topics will include identifying conditions that promote drug abuse and violence, talking to youths about drugs, facts about how drugs affect the brain, a presentation on what drugs look like, and a review of the physical effects of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.
The class is free, but participants must register in advance. Child care will be provided for school age children.
For more information call 463-1717.
Nonprofit grant deadline Feb. 5
The deadline to apply for about $30,000 in donations from the American Seafoods' Community Advisory Board is Feb. 5.
Eligible projects in the past have included food banks, resource centers, scout troops, public radio and other community needs.
For more information call (206) 448-0300 or look online at www.americanseafoods.com.
Show to focus on wildlife photography
A Fireside Program on Southeast wildlife photography is scheduled at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center theatre.
John Hyde, a regional photographer, will show photos and discuss techniques, locations and equipment used in area photography.
For more information call the visitors' center at 790-7425.
Subsistence permits sought by state
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is requesting all Personal Use and Subsistence Salmon permit holders return their permits reporting on last year's harvests.
The request applies to all permit holders, including those who did not catch salmon.
The permits should be mailed to ADF&G, Box 240020, Juneau, AK 99824. Permit reports may also be phoned in to 465-4240.