The aroma of lupine lingered in the air at my mother's deathbed. It was the day of my last conversation with Patricia Anne (Cox) Stolpe.
Vendor and artist registration is open for Community Day on Campus: Carnival of Arts, scheduled from 11 - 4 p.m.
Ruth Lydia Stark Pantke Maves went to live with Jesus on April 28th 2015. She was born on May 29, 1925 to Hilda and William Stark. Ruth lived with her parents on their farm in Hinsdale, IL. When she was a young adult she worked at the Electromotive
The Kinks sang it best: "Superman, Superman, wish I could fly like Superman ?" I don't know if the Kinks played basketball or football in their spare time, or if they had heroes, but many of us do.
The Women of the Moose made it possible for Relay for Life of Juneau, team Evergreen Bookkeeping, to hold a paddle party at the Moose Family Center on Jan. 10.
Each year, AWARE tackles the near impossible and picks just four women to honor during its annual Women of Distinction gala. There are always more worthy candidates than available spaces. Luckily, there is always another year.
Relay for Life of Juneau received $1,500 from the Women of the Moose in Juneau. The Women of the Moose made it possible for Relay for Life of Juneau, team Evergreen Bookkeeping, to hold a paddle party at the Moose Family Center on Jan. 10, 2014.
On Nov.15 the Women of the Moose, of Juneau Chapter #439 sponsored a USO-theme party to honor our veterans as well as our current military personnel. The turnout for the evening was small due to many other activities taking place in the Juneau area.
The Third Annual "Frugal Fashion Show & High Tea" was held on Oct. 19 at the Juneau Moose Family Center. All of the proceeds from this event, which was sponsored by the Women of the Moose, Juneau Chapter No. 439, will be donated to the AWARE Shelter.
Everyone knows domestic violence and sexual assault is a problem in Alaska. What you may not know is what you can do to help.
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