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Posted: Friday, March 30, 2007

Thanks, city crew, for clearing our streets

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I want to send out a big thank you to all the city workers involved with clearing our streets and sidewalks - also, to all the private companies that pitched in. I understand a lot of them put in long hours Monday through Sunday. Perhaps the city can set up a booth near the Mendenhall visitors center and rent sleds to the tourist so they can sled down the snow mountain to help cover the cost of snow removal this year.

Tom Stewart


Thanks for helping clear snow on the track

We, as coaches and as spokespeople for the team, would like to thank all of the people who have helped us to work on clearing the amazing amount of snow on the track.

The JDHS Track & Field team would like to publicly thank all the volunteers who are helping to make our season possible. This includes the Southeast Roadrunners, team parents, Parks and Rec Staff and community members. More than 400 people hours have been put in to snow removal so far. With all of the snow on the track and the cancellation of the middle school season, we were very concerned about our season. It now looks like we will be able to begin practices soon.

Scott May and Janette Gagnon

JDHS Track and Field


Thanks for contributing to middle school event

The Alaska State Museum would like to thank the following Juneau businesses and individuals for their assistance in making Murder at the Museum for middle school students the evening of Friday, March 16, a huge success. Thanks to Jeff Brown for creating the murder mystery story and clue game; the Juneau Police Department and Capt. Jerry Nankervis; Eaglecrest Ski Area; Rainbow Foods; Juneau Arts and Humanities Council; Sweet Dreams; Chilkat Cone Kitchen; Gross Alaska Theatres; Bullwinkles Pizza; Heritage Coffee Company; Juneau Bowling Center; Silverbow Inn and Bakery; the Friends of the Alaska State Museum; JDHS students: Lindsey Kato, Rebecca Lee, Brook Bigelow, Ashley Schultz, Monica Mondich, Elliot Nankervis, John Bishop, and the following students from Mr. Dzinich's class: Evan, Dylan, Abi, Kristen, Kayla, and Orion; and Friends of the Alaska State Museum Volunteers: Renee Hughes, Cristine Crooks, Becca Smith, Damon Steubner, and Rebecca Burns. Murder at the Museum was funded in part by the citizens of the City and Borough of Juneau through sales tax revenue.

Lisa Golisek


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