Stroller White Pipes and Drums and Highland Dancers thank all the individuals and businesses who generously contributed to the Robbie Burns Night celebration on Jan. 19 at Centennial Hall.
Robbie Burns Night celebrates the life and poetry of Scotland's immortal bard, as well as Scottish and Celtic culture in general. Similar celebrations are held in many locations throughout the world around Burns' Jan. 25 birthday.
The success of our Juneau Burns night would not be possible without the generous support of our many contributors, volunteers and loyal audience members.
Contributors included Alaska Distributors, Alaska Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Alaska Seaplane Services, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Alaskan Brewing Co., NC Machinery, Edible Landscaping, Village Barbershop, Alaska Soap Co., KINY, KTOO FM, Little Diggers Landscaping, Tyler Rental, the Gardner family, the Barnhill family, Patsy Bearden, Bill Thompson, Dave and Peggy Pijan, the Behnert family, the Bibb family, George and Lynette Campbell, Beth Handley, the May family, the Tripp family, the Pilgrim family, the Stevenson family, Ted and Kate Quinn, the Sincic family, Romer Derr, Ruth Fullwiler, Pete Whitehead, John and Terry Laskey, A Blessing in Disguise (Lis and Lief Saya, and Dale Wygant), Fire on McGinnis (Juneau's premier Celtic rock band), Jim Hale, Art Peterson, Mary Ellen Halstead, Margret Lavender, Odette Foster, Doug Edgar, Corrine Marks, Juneau-Douglas High School orchestra members (Emma Brower, Miguel Reina, Steffan Wilcox, Eli Carlson and Julia Bastuscheck) and all the hard working members of the SWPD Band and dancers, yourlocal bagpipe band.
Vice president, Stroller White Pipes and Drums