Posted: Wednesday, September 20, 2000

Craft makers sought for annual fair

Participants for the 8th annual Handmade Arts & Crafts Fair, sponsored by Our Lady of the Rosary Prayer Group, are being sought. The fair is Nov. 25.

Works at past fairs have included needlework, lamp shades, jewelry, stained glass, woodcrafts, polar fleece and other crafts. For more information call Keela at 789-6962 or Kathy at 789-1672.

Obedience trials set for this weekend

Capital Kennel Club of Juneau will host a United Kennel Club All Breed Obedience Trial at 9:15 a.m. Saturday and Sunday at the National Guard Armory next to Centennial Hall.

Admission is free, but dogs not registered for the trial will not be admitted to the building.

For more information call the kennel club at 364-3924 or Gabrielle at 364-3695.

Charter school has

openings for students

Juneau Community Charter School has two openings in its 4th-5th-6th grade multi-age classroom. These spaces will remain open until filled.

Applications are available at the school, located downtown at Fourth and Harris. This is a public school and charges no tuition. For information on the arts-integrated program and how to apply, contact the school at 586-2526.

Daylong session

focuses on abortion

A free one-day clinical training session on post-abortion syndrome is being offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Hall of the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The workshop will be presented by the Rev. Blair Raum. For more information call Mary Horton at 586-2227, ext. 36.

Owners of abandoned crabpots sought

The U.S. Forest Service is seeking the owners of about 25 abandoned commercial crabpots found in the Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness Area. About 100 crabpots are being stored without authorization in the same area.

Impoundment of the equipment will begin late this month if no claims are made. For more information call 790-7481.

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