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Glacier City Gazette – April 24, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – April 24, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – April 24, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – April 24, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – April 24, 2019


Wildlife Center’s Programs Engage Visitors

By Emily Maxwell Special to Glacier City Gazette “Respect wildlife, respect wildness.” This is Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center Director of Development Trish Baker’s mantra. “Our mission is animal care and education about wildlife, so everything we do feeds that mission.” The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center…

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Imagine! Girdwood

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette “If you don’t have a plan for where you are going to go, things will happen that you don’t want to happen.” – Janice Figueroa Crocker, Girdwood Area Plan Co-chair “Our intention out of the gate is to be…

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Another Musical Treasure – Up A Mountain

By Sue Todd Staff Writer The concentration of musicians in Girdwood is remarkable, and a serious amount of talent has come together in the musical crucible called Up A Mountain. Written by Jeremy Cerutti, their original music is anything but formulaic. Cerutti is the front…

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