... for the donation
Juneau Mountain Rescue would like to thank Holland America for the recent donation. JMR is a volunteer nonprofit organization that relies on donations such as this to fund our organization. This donation will allow JMR to purchase and upgrade communication equipment (radios) critical for search and rescue operations.
JMR received more calls this past year than ever before and was asked to participate in several search, rescue and recovery operations involving missing tourists, hikers, hunters and others who found themselves in need while pursuing outdoor activities.
As the number of missions we are asked to do has increased, we have also had to recruit more volunteers for our search and rescue group. As the number of volunteers and the JMR membership increases, we need more radios and communication equipment. A donation such as this not only provides us with what we need to carry out our missions, but it also makes our members safer when conducting their assignments.
Juneau Mountain Rescue
... for auction success
Wildflower Court would like to thank the Juneau community for supporting our efforts in the recent fundraising auction. There were numerous donations of prints, baleen, ivory, globes and gift certificates to Wildflower Court for this event. Funds will be channeled to procure a challenge grant from the Rasmuson Foundation to be used for medical equipment. We are truly grateful for your support, loyalty and caring shown through this gesture.
We would like to thank: Little Switzerland, Picture This Framing, Southeast Art Works, Robert Bateman, Anne Miletich, Robyn Marriot, Devita Writer, Annie Kaill's, Dockside Jewelers, Herb Bonnet, Arnie Weimer, Wooly Mammoth Gifts, Shoefly, The Jade Shop, Pioneer Jewelers, Taku Graphics, Northern Treasures, Northstar Gifts, Midnight Sun, Ben Franklin, Joanne Wilder, Bev Schutt, Beth Kertula, DK Mining, Mount Juneau Trading Post, The Bear Lair, Joe Sonneman, Kay Parker, Steve and Bonnie Pennoyer, and the staff and board members of Wildflower Court, who donated all the time, artwork and effort to make this event a huge success.
... for JDHS student council help this fall
The Juneau-Douglas High School Student Council would like to thank the Juneau community for their support. This October we hosted the Alaska Association of Student Government's annual fall conference. Over 300 students from all over the state attended this conference.
We would like to thank the following businesses, community members and parent volunteers for helping make it a success. Thanks to The Alaskan Fudge Company, Alaska Litho, Alaska Pacific Bank, Alaska State Museum, Alex Wertheimer, Ann Rosen, Antonio Diaz, Barbara Mitchell, Bernie Sorenson, Carol Waters, Commercial Signs and Printing, Copy Express, Costco Wholesale, Cricket Curtain, Cristina Reitz, Dale Staley, Diane Martin, Diane Baxter, Driftwood Lodge, Earl Polk, First Bank, Gaye Willis, Glacier Visitor Center, Goldbelt Hotel, Hank Overturf, Hearthside Books, Heather Haugland, Heritage Coffee, Ishmael Hope, Jamie McLean, Jane Lindsey, Janelle Gomez, Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau, Karen Boddy, Kathryn Milliron, Laurie Gardener, Lucas Hoiland, Macaully Salmon Hatchery, Mara Early, Marissa Capito, Mary Becker, Michael Grinder, Mike Young, Missouri Smyth, MK Macnaughton, Sara Hannan, Nancy Seamount, Nicole Egan, Pam Tippets, Paula Dybdahl, Peggy Wertheimer, Phyllis Carlson, Phyllis Scott, Rhonda Gardinier, Shelly Eidsness, Steve Nelson, Suzanne Malter, Teri Tibbett, Governor Murkowski's office, Timi Tullis, Tish Griffin-Satre and to all the other fantastic student and parent volunteers.
Juneau-Douglas High School