Face painting Saturday
For those who have ever wanted to learn how to face paint, the Juneau Joeys will be hosting a workshop to help people discover their hidden artistic talents while having fun at the same time.
On Saturday, Sept. 6, from 2 -4 p.m., Bubbles the Clown and other members of the Juneau Joeys - the capital city's group of clowns - will be at the First Church of God to help acquaint people with basic face-painting techniques as well as advanced tips. Face paint will be provided.
The workshop is part of a series for people who want to learn more about being a clown and who want to learn new skills. It's free, courtesy of the Juneau Joeys. More information about joining the Juneau Joeys will be available at the workshop.
Preregistration is encouraged to make sure there are enough supplies. For more information and to register, call 789-6348.
Children win in drawing
Every week the Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries sponsors a drawing for kids who come into the library to borrow items as part of the Summer Reading Program.
Local businesses have generously donated prizes.
This week drawing winners are: Taylor Lehnhart, a gift certificate from Capital Records; Savanna Wilson, a gift certificate from Domino's Pizza; Linda Kinsolving, a gift certificate from the Amazing Book store and a coupon from Udder Culture; Duncan Smith, a gift certificate from Del Sol and a gift from Hickok's Trading Post; Jacob Fisher, a gift certificate from Timberwolf Gifts; Galen Englund, two books from Bear's Lair and a hat from Foggy Mountain Shop; Lea Spargo, a gift certificate for Alaskan Fudge Co.; and Tamara Campbell, a gift certificate form Rainy Day Books.
Winners are announced every Tuesday evening, 6:30 p.m. on KTOO's program "We Like Kids."
Rotary seeks applicants
The Juneau Rotary Club is seeking applicants from Juneau and Southeast areas to participate in the Rotary International Group Study Exchange (GSE) to Australia and Papua New Guinea from March 1-29, 2004.
The exchange is a unique opportunity for young business and professional men to further their international understanding through organized travel and personal contact.
The program provides travel grants for teams of young professionals to study and observe another country's institutions, vocations and ways of life. For an application or additional information, call the Juneau Rotary Club or the Southeast regional Rotary representative, Charles Kaltenbach, at 463-3747.