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Cannery reunion

Eunice Akagi, 86, back, sings with the Yaaw Tei Yi Dancers during the third annual Cannery Reunion on Friday. Akagi worked at the Hawk Inlet...
Cannery reunion days

Eunice Akagi, 85, remembers her youth working at the Hawk Inlet cannery, where the cultures that converged for the summer provided her with...
Juneau Women's Health Forum slated

"It's something we need, it's going to be fun, and the food is going to be delicious," explains Eunice Akagi. She's encouraging her friends to attend this year's Women's Health Forum scheduled for this Saturday, Nov. 15, at Centennial...
Life Saving Guards, 1931 1931. The group includes Juneau residents Dorothy Wallace, first row, first person on the left, and her sister Eunice Akagi, back row third from left. Mildred Lesher, center front row, was a Salvation Army officer.
Miner lunch break in 1935

A-J hard rock miners take a lunch break circa May 1935 a few weeks before the beginning of the A-J Gold Mine strike. The late William Wanamaker Sr. is the miner on the far left. He is the father of current Juneau residents Dorothy Wallace, Eunice Akagi and Sam Wanamaker. | | |
Thank You

...Camp No. 2, Alaska Native Brotherhood Camp No. 70, Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp No. 2, Alaskan & Proud Market, Eunice Akagi, Alberta Aspen, Kay Barrick, Deloresa Cadiente, Archie Cavanaugh, Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes...
Thank you

...the ANB Hall are as follows: Alberta Aspen, chairperson; Tlingit and Haida Indians of the City Borough of Juneau; Eunice Akagi, Juneau ANS and Elder; Doloresa Cadiente, ANS Grand Camp and THICBJ; Ellie Dunlap, SEARHC; Judy George, THICBJ...
ANS Camp 2 names its officers

...treasurer. Sargents-at-arms are Crow Smith, Kathy Oliver, Andrea Doll and Ida Rabbatt. Camp Council members are Eunice Akagi, Elizabeth Martin, Elizabeth Walters and Martha Benzel. Emma Olsen was appointed as president emeritus, Dorothy...
Remote cannery holds fond memories for workers' children

...were the dances, songs and, for the children, hours of play. "That was such a wonderful place to grow up," said Eunice Akagi, who arrived at Hawk Inlet in 1928, at age 8. There wasn't any family housing yet, so she, her mother, two sisters...
Getting Fit, sitting down on my shoulder and my blood sugar is normal," Eunice Akagi said. "Pretty soon, we're going to jitterbug...Harriet Roberts, Harryet Rappier, Lillian Austin, Eunice Akagi, Elsie Hughes, Rosa Miller, Ida James, Helen Sarabia...


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