Neighbors Briefs

Posted: Friday, December 07, 2001

Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp to hold holiday potluck

The Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp #2 will hold a holiday potluck on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the ANB Hall on Willoughby Avenue. The holiday event is part of the ongoing ANS Camp #2 history project, a grant funded by the National Park Service. Cyril George, Tlingit elder and professional photographer, will take photographs of Camp #2 members. Members are encouraged to bring a luncheon dish and to wear ANS coogaynahs and caps. For more information contact Kim Metcalfe at 586-2113.

St. Paul's sets nativity display

On Dec. 8-9 the Annual Nativity Display at St. Paul's Catholic Church will be held.

Nativities will be on display at at 9055 Atlin Avenue (at the Super Bear intersection) Saturday 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. There is a $1.00 admission ($5.00 per family) that will be donated to St. Vincent de Paul.

For more information, call Louise Miller at 586-2227 ext. 32.

Center to hold tour of homes

The Community Christian Counseling Center will be holding its 2001 Christmas Tour of Homes this Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Five homes are featured this year, chosen for their creativity, artistry, craftsmanship and individuality. There will be special treats to enjoy at each home on the tour.

Tickets are $10 each, and can be purchased at Chapel by the Lake, or at any home on the tour. The homes are Bruce and Judy Morley, 9128 N. Douglas, David and Laurel Stone; 2339 Meadow Lane; Bob and Ginny Martin, 9354 Rivercourt Way; Charles and Carol Smelcer, 3324 Fritz Cove Road; and Pat and Joy Shier, 3324 Fritz Cove Road.

For additional information, contact Patsy DeWitt, 789-2626.

Girl Scouts sponsor baking class

All kids in grades K-5 are welcome to participate in any or all of our Holiday Baking classes after school on Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Douglas United Methodist Church. We will make treats to eat, share and give as gifts. For more information and registration call Girl Scouts at 586 1710. These classes are sponsered by Girl Scouts, Douglas United Methodist Church and the Juneau Youth Activity Grant.

Alyeska Central School grad goes to Seattle Pacific University

Darrin Morrow of Juneau has graduated from 12th grade through Alyeska Central School.

He is the son of Chris and Sharon Morrow. Darrin is attending Seattle Pacific University and will prepare for a career in Computer Engineering. Darrin has been active in the Juneau Nazarene Church youth group and choir, JDHS Chamber orchestra, and the Juneau Symphony playing cello. SPU awarded Darrin a $23,000 scholarship for academic achievement and community involvement. $2,000 of the scholarship is for music, and $1,000 for engineering.

Sis wins scholarship award

On Dec. 3, the Hal Horton and Floyd Saltz University of Alaska Anchorage Aviation Memorial Scholarship was presented in Anchorage. This year's recipient is Christopher Sis, a UAA sophomore aviation major from Juneau.

The scholarship is in honor of the late Mr. Hal Horton and Mr. Floyd Saltz of F.S. Air. Both men lost their lives in an airplane accident in 1998. Mrs. Beth Horton and Mrs. Sandi Saltz presented the award in a ceremony at the UAA aviation complex.

Llanto named to Dean's List

Krystle Llanto, a student at San Diego State University, has been named to the Dean's List at the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts, for the spring semester of 2001. She is also a member of the SDSU soccer team.

Llanto is the daughter of Michael and Tessie Llanto of Juneau.

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