...for helping program
The staff, parents and children of the Tlingit and Haida Valley Head Start Program would like to take this opportunity to thank the individuals, businesses, and community and government organizations for all their support and generous donations of time, effort, expertise, goods and services which have been given to our program throughout the school year 1999-2000. It is with your community support that we are able to maintain a high quality program for the families and children which we serve. Head Start has been serving thousands of families and children since 1965 and we are proud of a consistent record of quality early childhood and family services.
Our heartfelt thanks go out to the following folks and our apologies if we have missed anyone.
St. Brendan's Church, Glacier Fire Hall, Jocelyn Ward, DIPAC, Swampy Acres, NAEYC-SE, Mark and Mildred Boesser, WIC, Governor Knowles, Lt. Governor Fran Ulmer, Juneau Public Health Center, SE Alaska Gymnastics Academy, Carol Race & Rhonda at the Juneau Public Library, Ed Thomas, Nila Rinehart and the Tlingit Haida Central Office staff, Juneau School District, MRCS 4th grade class, Fred and Marty at Copyworks, Annabertha Magallanes, Evenstart, Kay Greenough, Jennifer Sewill, SEARHC Medical and Dental, Kelli Hughes at Healthy Families, AWARE, Kevin Araki, VTRC Center, Super Bear, Valley Lumber, Coca-Cola Co., David Dodd at the Mendenhall Post Office, Norma Sarabia and Marilyn, Tanya Cavanaugh, Grace Elliot, Toni Tajon, Tamara Wall, Helen Watkins, Bob and Penny Stevens, Dan Hall, Sam Smith, Terri Tibbett, Valley McDonald's, the governor's mansion, Leif Saya, Rob McMahon, Nellie Kunz, Emily Williams, Ingrid Zaruba, USFS, Debbie Neubauer, Cherry Cranston, Joe Middleton, Marie Olsen, Courtney Price, Elizabeth Price, Ornadon Martinez, JDHS Child Development Class, Carol Fujioka, Peggy Seeger, Ms. Hutchinson, Kathleen O'Donnell, Barb Kalen, Susan Wooldridge, Francoise Monet, and of course the staff at the Juneau Valley Head Start: Lis Saya, Karen Price and Linda Squibb.
...for search support
We wanted to say thank you to all who helped in the search of our son Travis Mason. To thank both the ones that helped directly in the search and helped in other ways. Thanks to the Coast Guard, Alaska State Troopers and Sea Dogs rescue team. The man that searched with his underwater camera, the divers. The people that searched in private boats, the persons that searched on land. Our family and friends who were helping so much, because there is no way we could have gotten everything together without them. The family members who helped us to get through Friday night. The family members from out of town that got us here so quick. The women who brought us coffee and also let us use her restroom on Friday night while waiting for the news. The people who sent cards, donations and flowers. The people who bought us meals and had us in their thoughts. Thanks to the Alaska Airlines counter in Juneau. The funeral home, the Mendenhall Mall, Copy Works, Copy Express. I wished I could have put each person first on the list, but you can just know we value everything as if you were the first on the list. Thank all of you so very much.
The Mason family
...for aiding fund raiser
On behalf of the Home Builders Association of Juneau, I would like to thank the following local businesses and individuals who helped make our second Annual Golf/Dinner Cruise fund raiser a fun success. Those businesses who donated to our fund raiser include Alaska Pacific Bank, Behrends Municipal, Blockbuster Video, Evergreen Ford, 1st Bank, Fred Meyer, Mike Hatch Jeep Eagle, National Bank of Alaska, Title Insurance Agency and Wings of Alaska. Individuals who gave of their time and energy to help us make this a successful fund raiser are Pam Johnston of Title Insurance Agency, and Steve and Kris Burnett of Burnett Construction.
The Home Builders Association of Juneau will be donating a portion of the funds raised during this event to the Juneau Jr. Golf Club and the Juneau-Douglas High School construction class.
Thank you to you all.
Pam BrewerExecutive OfficerHome Builders Association of Juneau