It was a packed show today on a Juneau Afternoon with Andy Kline hosting.
We heard from Eric Boraas at Trail Mix about their Dinner and Auction Saturday at 6 pm at Centennial Hall.
Gary Weglarz and Bill Williams of Hospice Homecare told us about a Rememberence Gathering on Sunday, November 18.
It is Wildlife Wednesday and Michelle Ridgeway, Marine Ecologist and Chair, Alaska Chapter, of the Explorers Club will be talking tonight about her rural Alaska education efforts.
We talked about Queen for a Day, an Eagles Scholarship fundraiser, Friday, November 16 with Gerry Swanson.
And a talk on the Future of Wild Pacific Salmon by Dr. Robert Lackey that is being held on Friday at Centennial Hall was the discussion we wrapped up with — speaking to Neil Stichert of the US Fish and Wildlife and the the SE Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership
Listen to the whole big shebang here!
- The cost of a single icebreaker would exceed the Coast Guard's entire yearly allotment for ship-building.
- "While I don’t think you’ll board to Beyoncé on us in the future, there might be ... a little fresher brand coming from us,” an Alaska Airlines representative told the Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce.
- Anchorage is also at the silver level as a bicycle friendly community and Juneau is at the bronze level.
- “I don’t see why the state would want to forward fund a festival built around consumption of alcohol,” said Jeff Jessee, CEO of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.