Lorene Paul

...away on November 14, 2014 at the Juneau Pioneers Home. Lorene, the seventh of nine sisters...Alaskan Pioneer, was a member of the Pioneers of Alaska.Many years ago, Lorene was...compassionate caregivers at the Juneau Pioneers Home, we extend, with grateful hearts...
Lions share of thanks

...Jerry's Meats and Seafoods helped out by storing and thawing the ribs for us. Mark Jimmerson and Gina Delrosario of the Juneau Pioneers Home allowed us the use of the JPH kitchen to do the seasoning.Thank you to all merchants and individuals for your continued...
Black golfer recognized for breaking first racial barriers on the links

...friends when Tiger was still playing junior golf."It's not an exaggeration to say that without Charlie, and the other pioneers who fought to play, I may not be playing golf," Wood wrote. "My pop likely wouldn't have picked up the sport, and maybe...
My Turn: We can do better

...with Gov. Egan. The governor usually tossed snow first and he always knew our names. My parents, like so many other Alaska pioneers, were Egan Democrats. They were fiscally conservative and believed in personal responsibility. I have no doubt they'd...
Juneau residents honored with Alaska Historical Society Awards

...Museums building set to open in 2016. As a member of the Pioneers of Alaska, she co-edited its three-volume "Gastineau Channel Memories," and its predecessor, "Gold Rush Pioneers of the Juneau-Douglas Area," about the town's pioneer...
Jean Thorsteinson

...and other organizations. She was a member of Chapter N of the PEO and was active in the Women's Igloo 6 of the Juneau Pioneers of Alaska serving as Queen Regent in 2000. Jean loved nature and enjoyed hiking, daily walks, camping, and gardening...
My Turn: Alaska's Women: Pioneers of the past and present

Alaska has the image of being a man's land. We have big fish, big bears and big dog sled races.
Thanks for funding local projects

...represent tens of millions of dollars to be spent in our community. Five examples of these projects are; maintenance for the Pioneers Home; Last Chance Basin Well Field and water treatment improvements; North Douglas Highway paving; State Library Archives...
Thank you from JSE

...raise significant funds to support our annual efforts which include providing music for local events and playing for the Juneau Pioneers, providing music scholarships and the purchase of music and rental of rehearsal space.Thank you to Serene Hutchinson and...
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