Class of '82 reunion slated for June 28-30
Juneau-Douglas High School class of 1982 will celebrate its 20 year reunion June 28-30.
A welcome reception at Marlintini's Lounge will kick off the reunion Friday, June 28, from 5:30-9 p.m.
On Saturday, June 29, graduates are invited to attend a dinner at the Mt. Roberts Tram restaurant from 5:30-9 p.m. Tickets for this event cost $21.54 each.
The reunion will conclude Sunday, June 30, with a family lunch at the Thane Orehouse from 1-3 p.m. Thane Orehouse charges $15 for adults and kids cost half their age plus $1.
For more information contact Sydney Mitchell at 780-6645.
HIV testing available in many locations
Thursday is National HIV Testing Day. Getting tested is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and those around you. Locally, Shanti of Southeast Alaska and Juneau Public Health are teaming up to offer free and confidential testing throughout the day. Testing will be done at GHS, AWARE and St. Vincent de Paul's, ending the day at Shanti's new office - 110 Seward Street, Suite 5, from 3:30-5 p.m. Please take advantage of this opportunity to help stop this disease in Juneau. Testing is offered daily at Juneau's Public Health Center. This free service can be scheduled by calling the health center at 465-3353. Free prevention counseling and literature are available at Shanti, 463-5665.
JDHS Class of '92 to hold reunion
The JDHS Class of 1992 will celebrate its 10th year reunion July 5-7. The weekend begins with a reception at the Baranof on Friday, July 5. Dinner and dancing will take place at the Thane Ore House Saturday night and classmates and their families are invited to a potluck picnic at Sandy Beach that Sunday. Complete details and registration forms are available at www.geocities.com/jdhs1992 or by calling Louisa Cryan Hayes at 789-2274.
Housing sought for Pow Wow guests
Organizers of the fifth annual Gathering of the Tribes Pow Wow are looking for housing for a youth group from Kake. The pow wow will take place July 5 through July 7 in Juneau.
About 20 people are coming from Kake, 16 teen-age dancers and musicians and four adults. Pow Wow organizer Garfield Katasse is hoping a local church or similar group can donate a place for the group to sleep.
"They don't need to be fed," he said. "They want to stay at a church because they want to stay all together."
The event is organized by the Juneau Pow Wow Club. As with past events, there will be dancing, an arts and crafts fair and a salmon bake. Organizers of the event are also looking to have fish donated for the big salmon bake July 3. Katasse said folks with fish can trade for tickets to the pow wow.
"That would really help us," he said. "We get 300 to 400 people. People bring hot and cold dishes, too, but we want to have a little salmon for everyone."
Call Katasse at 790-2496 with any leads or call Justin McDonald at 785-6471 in Kake with leads on housing.