Thank you for funding our trip to AFN convention in Anchorage
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Aan Yatx U Saani Lexxi (Children of Noble People) would like to thank the people and businesses that helped finance their trip to attend the Alaska Federation of Natives' convention in Anchorage. Although we were going to be in Quaana Night, we were moved out because the group's bibliography was not received in time.
We instead performed for two schools, a major hotel and at the Tlingit and Haida dinner that was sponsored by Tlingit and Haida for several Alaska tribes attending and being acknowledged at the convention.
The children really enjoyed the trip. We were able to take up 28 students from the Juneau area. They were excited to perform for the schools and said it was a positive experience for them. A better way to teach our children is to let them know that it is important to know who they are. We flew up on Alaska Airlines and stayed at the Hampton Inn.
Again, thank you. Goonash Cheesh Ho Ho. We could not have done it without the donations from Sealaska Heritage Corp.; Driftwood Lodge; Alaska Pacific Bank; Juneau Youth Services; Nana Regional Corp.; ANB Grand Camp, for letting us fundraise 50-50 raffle tickets; ANS, also for the 50-50 raffle tickets; Kikiktagruk Inupiat Corp.; Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School; and for the parents who helped cook and serve all those Indian tacos and fry bread.
It is much greater experience when the children see their parents helping them out. It was a great way for the schools up in Anchorage to get to know the children of the Southeast region, witnessing them embrace their culture and be active in keeping their heritage alive.
Thank you for your hard work against snowfall on Starr Hill
A big thank-you goes out to Hayden Garrison, Starr Hill neighbor and hero. Because of you, we've been able to navigate Sixth Street early in the mornings and throughout the day. Thank you for your perseverance, hard work and dedication through the snowfall and slush.
Thanks, family, friends, for all the support during my divorce
Tiffany Sargent Thompson would like to thank her family and friends in Juneau for all the support and encouragement she recieved during her divorce in April. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon where she is working towards a Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry and attends/plans events with the group MeetinPortland.org. She wants everyone to know she is single, happy and surrounded by wonderful friends. Thank you.
Tiffany Sargent Thompson
Thank you for making our fundraising raffle a success
The Glacier Volunteer Fire Department/Association would like to express its sincere gratitude to the many local businesses that made our annual fund raising raffle a success.
A huge thank you to Alaska General Store, Alaska Industrial Hardware, Alaska Soap and Candle Company, Alaskan Brewing Company, Alaskan Fudge Company, Amerigas, Art Matters, Capital Arms, Capitol Disposal, Claire's Boutique, Couer Alaska, Extended Stay Deluxe, Franklin Street Boutique, Glacier Muffler, Gottschalk's, Gravity Plan, Gross-Alaska Theaters, Hearthside Books, Heritage Coffee Company, Jerry's Meats and Seafood, K and K Auto Repair, Les Schwab, Northern Hot Spots, Nugget Alaskan Outfitter, Our Backyard, Papa Murphy's Pizza, Pavitt Health and Fitness, Radio Shack, Rayco Sales, Reliable Coffee, Rent-A-Wreck, Rodfather's Broiler, Safeway, Sandbar and Grill, Scentiments, Sequence, Seventh Heaven Day Spa, Shear Design, Shoefly, Southeast Extinguisher Service Inc., Southeast Waffle Company, Slumber Parties by Kari Reyes, Taku River Rats, Timberwolf, Todd Communications, Travelodge, Tyler Rental, Valley Auto Parts, Valley McDonald's, Vicky's Joke Shop, Village Barber Shop, Western Auto, Willie's Marine and Zach's Auto, Alignment and Chassis Repair.
Robyn L. Brobst
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