Thanks, Allen Marine, for donating a wildlife cruise
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The donation of a wildlife cruise is a significant and much appreciated gift. The trustees of the Bartlett Regional Hospital Foundation thank Allen Marine Tours for their generous support and the revenue that was raised from this event.
The participants on the cruise were entertained by a pod of whales bubble net fishing, which was a thrilling experience. Allen Marine Lines made this possible for local people through their program of supporting nonprofit organizations. Thank you, Allen Marine Lines, for support and generosity.
Charlotte A. Richards
Executive director, Bartlett Regional Hospital Foundation
Thanks for participating in our hunger banquet
The students of the Communities In Schools, Juneau, Ethics and Leadership class presented an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet for the community on May 12 at Juneau-Douglas High School.
About 60 people participated in the event, which raised public awareness about world hunger, poverty, and social injustice and raised funds for Oxfam, an international relief organization. We were very pleased with the success of the banquet and could not have done it without the generous support of the following people and organizations: Emily Barnak, Jeff Brown, Carolyn Bouvier, Elsa Demeksa, Joanne Erskine, Donald Gregory, Darlene Jones, Susan Koester, Kathryn Milliron, Judy Regan, Haifa Sadighi, Elaine Schroeder, Bernie Sorenson, Marsha Squires, Mike Young, Alaskan and Proud market, Costco, Cathedral of the Nativity and the students of the JDHS Health classes.
Sincere thanks to all who helped us and those who attended.
The students and instructors
Ethics and Leadership class
Elizabeth B. Schelle
Thanks, Vikings, for helping build the Plastic Poison
You helped build the Plastic Poison, a seaworthy Viking ship made of 4,000 plastic bottles, which will grace this year's Independence Day parade as an alert to the pollution of the ocean.
Thanks to Dr. Marcus Eriksen and the Agalita Marine Research Foundation, for inspiration and hands-on assistance; David and Thordis Moe and the Sons of Norway, for all their support; everyone in the community who collected and donated plastic bottles and other vital materials; Rainbow Foods, for acting as a bottle drop-off location; the folks from Project Playground - especially to Jolene - for saving empty bottles for us; Beth Peluso, for her support in terms of public relations, acquisition of materials and construction; the Juneau Empire - especially to Suzy Lafferty and Kimberly Andree - and to Christina Grande from ABC News for their coverage of the construction and launching; Mihael, for documenting our efforts with photos and making them accessible on your Web site; St. Vincent de Paul's, for donating polyester shirts for the sail; and Loretta Mosley, for making our beautiful sail.
Special thanks to Jan Conitz for her contribution; Friends of Recycling for their generous donation; Jeff Hendricks, for letting us use his shed and driveway; Jim, for hauling away to recycling all the bottles we didn't use; Cherri and her friend, for providing us with great food during the construction phase; Costco, for donating expired bakery items to feed the ship builders; those who fished bottle and caps out of the bins at the recycling center; those who built the boat; those who donated the nets, the crutches and fishing poles; the Recycle Center - especially to Eric Vance and Glen; and Bruce Botelho and the City of Juneau, for letting us use bottles from the Recycle Center.
Thanks to Aleria, Amanda, Andrea, Anita, Ben, Bev, Bob and Bob, Cachet, Carol, Cindy, Corinne, Denali, Gary, Gloria, Elizabeth, Irene, Janet, Jenifer and Jennifer, Julie, Leslie, Maria, Me, Michael, Nick, Rogelio, Russell, Susan, Tag, Tim and all the other helpers.
Dixie Belcher and Hildegard Regele
Turning the Tides
Thanks for supporting our eighth-grade dance
The Floyd Dryden Middle School eighth-grade class of 2011 would like to extend a sincere thank you to the following businesses, community members and families for their generosity and support. Their contributions, along with the many hours of time and talent from the volunteers made this a night to be remembered.
Tyler Rental; Wings Airways; T&S Welding; Martha's Flowers; 2211; 7th Heaven; Claire's; Air Excursions; Juneau Drug; Radio Shack; Specs in the City; Shear Design, Vintage Fair; Alaskan Dames; Ron's Apothecary; Era Helicopters; La Salsa; Breeze-Inn; Hickok Trading Company; Safeway; Super Bear; Hearthside Books; Family Practice; Financial Consultants of Alaska; Temsco Helicopters; Wee Fishie Shoppe; Peter's Oriental; Pavitt Fitness; Martha's Flowers; Holly's Hallmark; Nugget Alaskan Outfitter; McDonalds; ODOM Company; Pepsi Cola; AIH; AERO Services; Western Auto; Gross Alaska Theater; Rich Fernandez; Laura Dicario; Donna Herbert; the Reddekopp family; the Norman family; the Wisner family; the Hurtte family; the Skan family; the Paramore family; Eddie Jeans; Connie Jeffers; the Evans family; the Lail family; the Herbert family; the Kiefer family; Yvonne Miller; the Anderson family; the Whistler family; the Sielbach family; the Chapman family; Destiny Sargeant; the Baldwin family; the Krebsbach family; Mindy Barry; the Casipit family; Cheryl Hales; Juli Leder; Tara Jeans; Kathy Maka; the Held family; the Millay family; the Mountcastle family; Victoria Scharen; Deb Temple; the Leamer family; the Sharp family; Christine Johnson, Teri Gonwa; the Peyton family; Joyce Niven; the Conway family; Cecelia Eggers; Connie Hulbert; the Pusich family, Carolyn Kelley; Pam Tippets and the staff of Floyd Dryden.
Floyd Dryden Middle School