Juneau Afternoon 9/21/12

By September 20, 2012A Juneau Afternoon
Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.

Hal Geiger of Juneau’s End of Life Foundation will drop by with author Lani Leary who’ll tell about her presentation at 7 tonight at Centennial Hall, Death in Our Community: From Grief to Hope;

We’ll find out about tonight’s Evening at Egan topic, Monitoring the Mendenhall Outburst Flood, with UAS Professors Eran Hood and Jason Amundson;

Teri Tibbett, staffer with the Alaska Mental Health Board and the Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse will fill us in on September’s Recovery Month activities in Juneau and around the state; We’ll learn about the Swing Into Recovery Dance, coming up tonight at Rockwell with swing dance lessons at 7 and dancing from 8 to 11;

And we’ll discover the multi-year connection between the Chapel by the Lake and Keur Jamm Church in Senegal from Chapel’s Pastor Doug Dye and visiting pastor Eloi Dogue; Pastor Dogue will conduct three services Sunday at Chapel by the Lake.

That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3,
on KTOO-NEWS.

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