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    • Critical Budget Choices Ahead for Alaska Lawmakers

      Each lawmaker is about to spend some intense time negotiating with 59 other legislators and the governor. Each will be working toward what they individually believe will be best for Alaskans, balanced with their campaign promises and self-confidence that they have the answers.

    • The Necessity of Surveying Alaska Natives in the Selection of Judges

      A month ago, KINYradio.com published a copy of my November 19 letter to Governor Dunleavy requesting that he refrain from filling the newly created vacancy on the Court of Appeals until the Alaska Judicial Council (“AJC”) had corrected the flaws in their list of nominees.

    • The Importance of Annual Giving

      United Way of Southeast Alaska has a vision where all people have the God-given right to achieve their human potential through education, a stable income, and healthy wellbeing mentally and physically.

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    • Juneau Restaurant Bingo

      Restaurant Bingo is a great way to give back to your local restaurants and the amazing staff that runs them.

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    • Caregiving 101: Communication Tips for Caregivers

      Caring for someone with dementia? Come learn some tips that can make your communication clearer, reduce frustration, and improve quality of life – for both of you! Join us Friday, January 15, at 1pm via Zoom. Register or learn more on Alzheimer's Resource of Alaska's facebook events page (alzalaska on facebook) or on our calendar of events on our website, alzalaska.org. You May also contact Amber Smith, asmith@alzalaska.org or call 907-586-6044.

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      The Learning Connection provides tutoring for the GED exam, college preparation, and English language. Earn your diploma, increase your English fluency, and build a better life through education.

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    • Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Fireside Lecture Series

      Flying Through Time Over the Juneau Icefield: Mendenhall Glacier with Landsat Imagery from 1972 to 2020 Glaciers in SE Alaska have been changing dramatically over the past five decades. Since 1972, the joint NASA/USGS Landsat Program has been imaging the Earth's surface with a succession of satellite sensors. Through the Earth to Sky Interagency Partnership, these images have been turned into a story of landscape change for use by the U.S. Forest Service at Mendenhall Glacier. Dr. Christopher Shuman of UMBC and the Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center will present this story. The 2021 Fireside Series has gone virtual! Lectures will be shared on the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Facebook page, followed by a live Q&A session. For more information, check our Facebook page @MendenhallGlacierVC or call 907-789-0097.

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