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...for your help.
The Alaska Christian Ministries Association would like to thank the following who helped make our March 14 and 15 convention such a success. Over 200 people attended the Friday night Men's event, our Exploring connections training or the Saturday night concert with Richard Allen Farmer.
Thanks to the following committee members: Major Nila Fankhauser, Kathy Hoffman, Bob (AV) Meiners, Earl Midkiff, Glenda Palmer, Andy Peterson, Doreen Shaw, Rachel and Johnny Reimer, George Sturm, Joan Trimble and Executive Director Eileen Starr.
Thanks to the following churches, individuals and businesses: Alaska Bible College, Alaskans for Life, Anne Hoffman, Auke Bay Bible Church, Bluhm Services Calvary Fellowship, Capital Christian Broadcasting Corp., Chapel by the Lake, Copy Express, Donald Bullock Jr., Douglas Island Bible Church, Echo Ranch Bible Camp, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Fisherman's Bend, Glacier Valley Baptist Church, George Trimble, Golden North Printers, Holt Chiropractic Clinic, J&J cleaning, Juneau Church of the Nazarene, Juneau Rubber Stamp Co., Juneau Empire, Northern Echoes Bible Shoppe, Powell Reality, Inc., GMAC, Rozwick-Giles Music, Space Unlimited, Inc., Susan's Hallmark, The Udder Culture, Toy Campbell, Valley Chapel.
Speakers: Rev. Jimmie Woods, Eileen Starr, Pam Hodges, Wayne Coggins, Richard Allen Farmer.
We look forward to our next convention, March 13, 2004.
...for the support.
On behalf of Auke Bay School I would like to extend our appreciation to the many people that helped make our recent Hoe Down on Friday evening, March 14 such a success. This is the only fund raiser the music program has all year and we are very thankful to the many volunteers who helped this year. The following musicians donated their time and talents: Odette Foster was the 'Caller,' Heidi Johnson and Jim Stey played fiddle, Cecily Morris played piano, Martha Scott Stey played mandolin, George Trani played banjo, and Chris Pace played guitar. In addition, both Super Bear and Safeway grocery stores donated food for refreshments. Finally, a special thank you to Auke Bay School's volunteer parents, Suzanne Malter and Anita Parish for their efforts in organizing and helping with the event. Many students, friends and families turned out for a fun-filled evening full of dance and music.
Ann Boochever, music teacher,
and Dave Newton, principal