... for time and money
Yaakoosgé Daakahdi Alternative High School would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for donating their time, money and products to make our year a success:
Alaskan & Proud, Breeze In, Bullwinkle's, Carrs, Channel Bowl, Claire's, Costco, Domino's, El Sombrero, The Fiddlehead, First Impressions, Fred Meyer, Good Hardware, The Hangar, Heritage Coffee Company, The Hot Bite, Imagination Station, Java Jazz, Juneau Drug, Nail Jazz, Pel' Meni, Rainbow Foods, Rujee's Hair Design, Seventh Heaven, Silverbow, Subway, Super Bear, Susan's Hallmark, Sweet Dreams, Timberwolf, Valentine's, Western Auto, Red Cross, Job Center/One Stop, Planned Parenthood, Beyond Heritage, Juneau Hostel, State Farm Insurance, Alaska Department of Transportation, Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, Juneau Police Department, Juneau Youth Services, Alaska Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Juneau Alliance for Mental Health Inc., Juneau-Douglas City Museum, DIPAC, AWARE, Zach Gordon Youth Center, Alaska State Museum, Perseverance Theatre, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Juneau Senior Center, Copy Works, World Family Connections, Lemon Creek Correctional Center, Safe Child Advocacy Center, Juneau Empire, Career Outreach, Greens Creek Mining, Juneau-Douglas High School, KTOO, AmeriCorps, University of Alaska Southeast, SAGA, Allied Chiropractic, YABAH, National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency, Candy Behrends, Anita Brashear, Jeff Brown, Anne Castle, Dick Knapp, LouAnn Gagné, Margie Germaine-Antrim, Lisa Golisek, Beau Kelly, Debbie Lumba, Paul McCarthy, Kay Smith and Sheri Vidic.
... to the Juneau community
I recently visited Juneau for the first time, and as an avid hiker, I would just like to put out a giant thanks to all the people who do work or have ever done work to maintain all the various trails around town. It is obvious how much work was and still is put into maintaining these beautiful walks through nature, and it is sincerely appreciated. Keep up the good work and happy 40th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
Colorado Springs, Colo.