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The Capital City High School Science Fair 2002 was held on March 2, 2002. Projects were entered by more than 100 high school students who worked as individuals or on teams to conduct studies and present their results. The success of this year's fair was the direct result of the interest and help from numerous organizations and individuals who volunteered their time and donated money, food and prizes. The science fair committee wishes to thank everyone who helped make this year's science fair a memorable event for all the participating students.
Thank you, major sponsors Wells Fargo Bank Alaska, Alaska Airlines Inc., Alaska Electric Light and Power Co., AT&T Alascom, Coeur Alaska Inc., First National Bank of Anchorage, the Leighty Foundation and the Juneau School District.
Thank you, markets and grocers Carrs Quality Center, Super Bear Supermarket, Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Juneau, Alaskan and Proud Supermarket, Fred Meyer and Rainbow Foods for generous donations of food and beverages.
Thank you for special awards, Society of American Foresters, Mendenhall Watershed Partnership, Juneau Gastineau Masonic Lodge No. 21, Juneau Home Economists, Greens Creek Mining Co., Juneau Amateur Radio Club, University of Alaska Southeast, Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners' Assoc., Juneau Home Economics Assoc., Juneau Audubon Society, the National Weather Service (U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, NWS), Discovery Southeast, Douglas Island Pink and Chum Corp., Alaska Miners Assoc., Wellspring Inc., Haight and McLaughlin, U.S. Forest Service (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture) and Elisabeth and Ronald Dippold.
Thank you for monetary donations or services: Dr. Wayne Putman, Dr. Gordon Preecs, Dr. Eric Paulson, Dr. William Cole, Dr. Eric Olsen, Dr. Edward McKrill, R&M Engineering Inc., Carson Dorn Inc., Transparent Devices, Alaska Pacific Bank, Alaska Capital Engineers, Pete Carlson, Ronald Swanson, Juneau Medical Clinic, Gordon and Elizabeth Evans, Albert and Jeffra Clough, Michael and Sharon Barton, Joe Heueisen and Vicki Bassett.
Thank you Science Fair Organizing Committee and Scientific Review Committee.
Thank you teachers, for supporting students working on science fair projects, and high school science teacher Jon Smith for encouraging and supporting students working on science fair projects.
And finally, thank you mentors, parents, teachers and judges for generous contributions of time and support for the students and their projects.
Kenneth K. Imamura
Capital City Science Fair Organizing Committee
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The Juneau Symphony would like to announce the winners of our 2002 travel raffle: Karen Blue won the helicopter trekking tour donated by NorthStar Trekking; Mark Jaqua will be fishing soon with Big Jim's Charters; Carol Baham took home the two-day stay at the Blue Heron B&B in Gustavus along with the boat trip into Glacier Bay donated by Goldbelt; Allison Fargnoli was the lucky winner of two Alaska Airlines tickets; and the grand prize winner of a cruise on the Mexican Riviera, courtesy of Princess Tours, was Margaret Vrolyk.
We thank everyone who bought a raffle ticket to support the symphony. We especially thank all our wonderful prize donors for making this raffle so attractive that we sold out of raffle tickets before the downbeat on April 6.
Europe and Beyond on April 6 was a terrific success. Thanks to BP for its generous corporate sponsorship of this concert. We also thank Grayline of Alaska for lending a van for musician transport, Leo and Llewellyn Lutchansky and their corps of dedicated symphony volunteers for consistent concert production help, and the young musicians who assisted with announcing the winners of the raffle.
Our final concert of this year will take place June 22, when Symphony Solstice returns to town. Come join us for a night of wonderful pops music at Centennial Hall.
Thanks again to Juneau for its support of our raffle. All proceeds go to producing great orchestral music in and for Alaska's capital city.