...for help with clinic
The Juneau Gun Club would like to thank all of the volunteers and participants for this year's Alaska Department of Fish and Game/Juneau Gun Club Waterfowl Clinic this past weekend: Neil Barten, Matt Robus and Pat Bunting from Fish and Game; and Trooper Glenn Taylor from the Department of Public Safety.
At least 12 club members operated the traps and the patterning boards. Thanks also to the CBJ Assembly, Department of Law and the Police Department for helping with questions about hunting in the Mendenhall Refuge and to Assembly member Marc Wheeler, who talked to the group about Refuge hunting. Tony Reiger once again brought duck stamps for people to purchase. The Udder Culture delivered a great lunch. We'll see everyone on the duck flats Saturday morning!
President, Juneau Gun Club
...for supporting march
The "We the People, Standing Our Ground" march was a great success, because of the following individuals and organizations:
Preparations: Central Council, Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska; front office, ANB Office Staff. Public relations: Kim Metcalfe-Helmar, Capital Chat, Speaker Gordon Jackson, Harold Martin. Display ad donations: ANB/ANS Grand Camps, Goldbelt, Hoonah Heritage, Klukwan Inc.
Prayer meeting: Gunalcheesh Dikee Ankaawu, Dr. Walter Soboleff and Pastor Ed John.
March: Juneau Police Department's Ben Cornell, Mike Tagaban; Native Vets Brad Sleutch, Ray Paddock III; Princess Tours' Al Judson and Ida McKinley-Rabat.
Rally: Richard Jackson, Lt. Gov. Fran Ulmer, Rep. Beth Kerttula, Frank O. Williams, ANB Grand Camp, Selina Everson, Doloresa Cadiente, Cecelia Tavoliero, ANS Grand Camp, Cecelia Kunz, Anna Katzeek, David Katzeek, Ian Petershoare, Mary Aspenwall, Jack Strong, Pastors Leonard John and Walter John.
Reception: George Wright, ANB, Andy Votion, ANB Camp 2, ANB/ANS volunteers, Willis Marvin and Andy Ebona.
Sharon Lee, chairwoman