Posted: Thursday, November 08, 2007

An article about Sealaska Corp. approving a dividend payout in Tuesday's Juneau Empire should have made clear that shareholders voted to approve two things this summer: to open enrollment to eligible descendants born after 1971 and open enrollment to those who were eligible to enroll for shares during the original sign-up period but did not, called leftouts. The original sign-up period ended in 1973, two years after the law passed. Also, company spokesman Todd Antioquia said the "board and management," not "board management," has been focused on operating strategically placed businesses.

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The Oct. 28 edition of the Juneau Empire incorrectly attributed Bea Shepard's comments after she received the Juneau Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award. Shepard shared the award with longtime associate Claudia Kelsey. The pair has been working to better Juneau for 61 years.

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