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Tuesday, Jan. 1
Southeast Road Runners club -- Resolution Run: Meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Douglas Library for this "poorly organized, non-competitive non-event" that starts at 10 a.m. The race is free and race distances are about one mile, two miles and four miles. Info: Andy Grossman, 586-4360.
Saturday or Sunday, Jan. 5 or 6
Juneau Alpine Club -- This week's trek is the Mount Troy traverse, a medium energy output event taking about six hours. Required technical gear includes Nordic skis or snowshoes. Info: Trip leader Larry Musarra, 586-0152.
Sunday, Jan. 6
Juneau Ski Club -- Millennium Series: This race features two slalom runs for juniors through masters age groups (J3-M), time TBA at Eaglecrest Ski Area. Info: Juneau Ski Club race line, 790-7223 (790-RACE), or on the Web at http://www.juneauskiracing.org.
Meetings / Clinics / Announcements
Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation youth soccer coaches -- Volunteer soccer coaches are needed for the upcoming Youth Indoor Soccer League. Coaches are needed for an age 12-13 valley team, an age 14-15 team and an age 16-18 team. Applications are available at the Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation office, 155 S. Seward St., downtown. Anyone who is knowledgeable about the sports of soccer and enjoys working with kids is encouraged to apply. The season consists of two preseason practices and weekly games and practices from early January through March 23. Info: Myiia L. Whistler, recreation supervisor for youth sports, 586-5226, or by e-mail at Myiia_Whistler@ci.juneau.ak.us.
Juneau Alpine Club monthly meeting -- Meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the home of Kim and Barb Turley, 1136 Slim Williams Way. This month's meeting is not on the usual first Tuesday of the month. Info: Kim and Barb Turley, 789-7058.
Glacier Swim Club monthly board meeting -- Meet at 6 p.m. in Room 222 (teachers' lounge) at Juneau-Douglas High School. Info: On the Web at http://www.gsc-swim.org/.
Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation coed volleyball registration -- Team registration packets for the 2002 adult coed volleyball season are available at the Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation office, Room 218 of the municipal building, 155 South Seward Street downtown. Team registration will take place at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 10, at the Juneau Assembly Chambers. A late registration period takes place on Friday, Jan. 11, at the Parks and Recreation office, but a $10 late fee will be charged. Info: Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation, 586-5226.
Juneau-Douglas High School baseball clinic -- Meet from 4-6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 6, at the Marie Drake Middle School gym. Former Crimson Bears and current minor league baseball players Chad Bentz and Rob Conway will lead this clinic for young baseball players ages 10-14. Bentz pitched last summer for the Vermont Expos, the Montreal Expos' affiliate in the short-season Class A New York-Penn League, while Conway played third base for the Cook County (Ill.) Cheetahs of the independent Frontier League. The clinic costs $25 at the door, with proceeds supporting the JDHS baseball team. Info: JDHS baseball coach Jim Ayers, 586-9832 evenings.
Help send the state champion Juneau Jaguars to regionals -- The Juneau Soccer Club team for boys ages 12-13 is trying to raise money to represent Alaska at the Far West Regional Soccer Tournament that will be held in June 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The team needs to raise about $15,000 for the tournament, which is a qualifying event for the national championships. Info: Loren Domke, 789-4770, or mail tax-deductible contributions Juneau Jaguars, 2201 N. Jordan Ave., Juneau, Alaska, 99801.
Southeast Alaska Avalanche Center workshops -- Avalanche workshops will take place in Juneau, Petersburg, Haines and Ketchikan. An avalanche awareness class takes place in Juneau at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 11, at McPhetres Hall, at 4th and Gold, with a fee of $5 ($3 for students). Level I backcountry courses are March 1-4 in Juneau and March 15-18 in Haines, with the three-day intensive Level I classes costing $295 ($220 students/low income). A Level II backcountry course is Jan. 25-28 in Juneau and costs $325 ($250 students/low income). Courses for all snow travelers, including snowmachiners, lasting 1 1/2 days take place in Juneau on Jan. 4-6, in Petersburg on Jan. 31-Feb. 3 and in Ketchikan on a date TBA. There will also be special classes in Haines for the Alcan 50 and on Easter weekend. Info: Southeast Alaska Avalanche Center, 586-5699, or on the Web at http://www.avalanche.org/~seaac.
Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay gear -- The Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation has Salt Lake City Olympic Torch Relay t-shirts and baseball hats for sale to commeorate the Olympic torch's visit to Juneau on Jan. 24. Items can be purchased at the Parks and Rec office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays, and at the Nugget Alaskan Outfitters in the Nugget Mall during mall hours. Also, volunteers are being sought to help with the Torch Relay when it visits Juneau. Assistance is needed in everything from decorating to hosting a torchbearer and watching the torch make its way through town. Info: Juneau Department of Parks and Recreation, 586-5226.
More Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay gear -- The Boys and Girls Club of Juneau is selling donated 2002 Olympic Torch Relay items from sponsor Capital Chevrolet, with the proceeds going to help fund programs at the Boys and Girls Club of Juneau. Items for sale include pins, stickers, polo shirts and long-sleeved shirts. The club is at 8825 Mallard Street, behind the Nugget Mall. Info: Elizabeth Williams, Boys and Girls Club of Juneau director, 790-4535 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Team Alaska tryouts for 2002 Arctic Winter Games -- Team Alaska representatives are still being selected in some sports for the 2002 Arctic Winter Games to be held on March 17-23. The 2002 Arctic Winter Games will have some events in Nuuk, Greenland, and some events in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada. The Arctic Winter Games take place every two years and features competition between Alaska, four Canadian provinces or territories, Greenland and two or three Russian regions. Most of the sports are for youth competitors, with events in arctic sports (Inuit and Dene games), alpine skiing, snowboarding, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, badminton, indoor soccer, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, curling, sled dog racing, gymnastics, hockey, speedskating and wrestling. The 2000 Arctic Winter Games featured competitors from Juneau in basketball, indoor soccer and snowshoeing. Info: John Estle, Team Alaska Chef de Mission, P.O. Box 83325, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99707, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at Team Alaska's Web site, http://www.awg.teamalaska.org/2002/.
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