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Museum volunteers welcome
Join the fun of introducing visitors to Juneau and our rich cultural history by becoming a summer reception volunteer at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.
Volunteers receive museum benefits and have opportunities to learn more about promoting and preserving the local history and culture of the greater Juneau area. For more information call 586-3572.
This year celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.
The mission of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum is to foster among its diverse audiences an awareness of Juneau's cultural heritage, values and community memory so that we may draw strength and perspective from the past and find purpose for the future. We encourage all community members to become a part of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.
The City Museum is at 4th and Main Streets, and is a program of the Juneau Parks and Recreation Department.
Women who are Democratic legislators to share perspectives
Sen. Bettye Davis, Rep. Beth Kerttula and Sen. Georgianna Lincoln will participate on a panel with the Juneau Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at the Sunday service on March 11 at 10 a.m. at the Zach Gordon Youth Center. In celebration of Women's History Month, these three Democratic legislators will share their personal and political perspectives and roles as women in Alaska.
In 2000, Davis became the first African American to be elected to the Alaska State Senate.
Beth Kertulla, a lifelong Alaskan, continues the family tradition started by her father, Jay, the longest serving member of the Alaska State Legislature.
Georgianna Lincoln, an Athabascan, represents the largest senate district in the U.S.