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...for the contributions
The Juneau Convention & Visitors Bureau wishes to thank all those who contributed to our annual Volunteer Recognition Reception. The Sept.12 event honored 187 local residents who assisted Juneau visitors throughout the summer at seven sites.
Princess Tours and Cruises hosted an elegant reception aboard the Dawn Princess, with Princess vans and buses providing shuttle service to and from the ship.
Special gifts for outstanding volunteers and an array of door prizes were donated by Ad Lib; AJ Mine/Gastineau Mill Enterprises; Alaska Natural History Association; Alaska Pacific Bank; Alaskan Southeaster Magazine; Allen Marine; City and Borough of Juneau, Cruise West; Driftwood Lodge; ERA Helicopters; Fiddlehead Restaurant and Bakery/Di Sopra; Foggy Mountain Shop; Four Seasons Marine; Galligaskins; George's Jewelry & Gifts, Glacier Gardens; Glacier Restaurant and Glacier Espresso; Gold Mine Gifts; Grandfather Frost; Hearthside Books; Juneau Drug Co.; Juneau Fudge Co.; KTOO; Cheryl and Elijah Loudermilk; McDonald's; Nugget Alaskan Outfitter; Orca Enterprises; Pioneer Jewelers; Princess Tours; Prospector Hotel; Raven's Journey; Red Dog Saloon; Rie Munoz Gallery; Bev Schutt; Silverbow Inn and Bakery; Taku Smokeries, Timberwolf Gifts; Tom's Pots; and Wells Fargo Bank.
This outpouring of support from the community was much appreciated by the volunteers who serve it. Thank you all.
JCVB Volunteer Coordinator
...for your kindness.
The family of Stella Martin would like to express our sincere appreciation for the kindness and compassion that we received during our recent time of loss. We are thankful for the generosity and support that we received from the various Salvation Army corps, the various camps of the ANB and ANS, Tlingit and Haida Central Council, the Tlingit and Haida Indians of the City and Borough of Juneau and other T&H community councils, as well as, Miss Scarletts Greenery, Capital Copy and many other local businesses. Our hearts were touched by the phone calls, cards, hugs, visits, flowers, food and meals that we received. A special thank you goes out to those who took the time to prepare the meals such as Dolores Cadiente, Vern Hardin, Joleen Wheeland, Pat Roberts, Barbara Searls and to those who came from out of town to be with us in our time of need. We would also like to say thank you to Kim Metcalf for her efforts and support.
All of you who prayed for us and/or kept us in your thoughts are very special to us, and we appreciate you very much. All of the above and more helped us through this difficult time.
Gunal Cheesh / Thank you.
The family of Stella Martin