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Death Notice: Edmund A. Hinke

...years in various places in Alaska, including Juneau, Fairbanks and Wrangel. He was the past president of Igloo 6, Pioneers of Alaska, a lifetime member of Elk's 420, CAP and a chairman of Alaskan's United in 1962, a group formed to retain...
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Empire Editorial: The meager cost of an informed public

...all, that means charging government to run a notice, just as we would charge an organization like the Elks, the Pioneers of Alaska or a tribal organization. SB36 is being backed by the Municipality of Anchorage, which has an annual budget in...
Joan Marie Braley Sahlin

...she taught Sunday School), the Fairbanks Syndolous Lutheran Church, the Soroptomist International of Fairbanks, Pioneers of Alaska Women's Igloo 8, and the Elks Club ladies' auxiliary Emblem Club for whom she graced the stage of the Flora Dora...
Remembering Pat Roppel

...the couple's most memorable expeditions, Frank said, was finding hot springs at Bailey Bay. Decades ago, the Pioneers of Alaska planned to use the springs for a "sanitarium and pleasure resort," according to Pat's article."We made a...
Recent Alaska books

...Fjords" by Doug Capra (Ember Press, August 2014). This collection of stories and photographs centers on the pioneers of Alaska's eastern Kenai Peninsula during its territorial days. Each chapter features the profile of a notable character...
Lorene Paul

...summers in Elfin Cove managing Ernie Swanson's store. Lorene, truly an Alaskan Pioneer, was a member of the Pioneers of Alaska.Many years ago, Lorene was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. She exemplified courage and grace while living...
Death Notice: Ruth Eloise Taylor

...Community Methodist church where she sang in the choir. She was a member of the PEO, the Easter Star and later the Pioneer of Alaska. Ruth also enjoyed traveling.Ruth was proceeded in death by her parents, Wilfred and Nina Harington, her brother...
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Coffee & Collections: 'A Dialogue with the Empty Chair Movers & Shakers' or call 586-3572. The Juneau-Douglas City Museum's fall/winter Hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free during the month of October thanks to the Pioneers of Alaska Igloo #6.
New Alaska books

In honor of Alaska Book Week, observed Oct. 4-11, here's a partial list of Alaska-related books published in the past few months, or due to be published soon. For a list of Alaska books published earlier this year, visit http://juneauempire.
Juneau-Douglas City Museum seeks artists interested in exhibiting or call 586-3572. Fall/winter hours at the museum are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Admission is free during the month of October thanks to the generosity of Pioneers of Alaska Men's & Women's Igloo #6.


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