Our thanks go to all who have helped make a week in Juneau for 150 decedents of the Juneau Clan and Joe Juneau an outstanding welcome.
To the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Director Jane Lindsey and staff for the welcome event; Jeff Bush, deputy mayor; Gastineau Historical Society's Marie Darlin and Jean Kline; Terry Hinkley, cemetery manager; Bishop Edward Burns; the John Olds family; Wally Olds; David Hannah; Billy West; the Chief Cowee family - Dorothy, Ben, Frank, Nita, Lillian, Penny Coronell and children, great and great-grandchildren, and Bob Sam, of Sitka; Lorrie Gardener and Stroller White Pipe and Drums; Alaska Native Brotherhood Camp 2, Andy Ebona; and Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp 2, Micalyn Kunz; Diane Carrier, Kim Metcalf, Marie Olson, Carol Brady, Juneau Tlingit Dancers and Edward Kunz, Laura Stone, Gold Rush Days Volunteer's and Alaska Miners, Jerald Harmon and Beverly at the AJ Gastineau Mill, Jimmy Smith, Christopher Marshall, Shareese Marshall, Coeur Alaska INC, Princess Tours, Ron Klein photographer, Bruce Abel at Don Abel's Building Supply, Alaska Seafood Company, Baranof Hotel Catering Susan Kaeser, Twisted Fish and the Hanger, Taku Smokeries, Silverbow Bagels, Juneau Shirt Company, Alaska Miners Association, 50th Statehood Committee and worker's, Alaska Visitor;'s Association and Downtown Association for the welcome posters, State Library Archives, Gold Belt Tram, 4th of July Parade Committee, Fireworks Committee and worker's, Gerald Fiscus and Dale Wygant's music, Wolf House B&B Juneau wedding site, Emily Williams family decendents of Joe Juneau, residents of Juneau who took the time to talk with the Juneau Reunion relatives and so many other's who welcomed, toured, fed, entertained and gave the best of our Capital City to 150 Juneau's.
Meg Day, Sue Ann Lindoff and Connie Munro
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