Pat Moore will host. We’ll find out about Friday night’s Ball in honor of Alaska Day, with singer, Alaska’s Kit and Doug Bridges, sax player with Kit and the Kaboodles, the band who’ll play for the event; Keith Butler, Chief Chemist with the Milan Army Munitions Plant in Milan, TN, will be here with a preview of his talk tonight on Military Explosives; we’ll hear an update on the Alaska Federation of Natives meetings being held this week in Anchorage; and Nancy DeCherney will be here with news and views about local activities during Arts Up.
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