Rainbow Girls grow and change in 2018

In Newsby Charles Ward

By Deanna Browne, Mother Advisor It’s time for changes for Juneau Assembly No. 3. Two young women — Mikayla Stiner and Virginia Roldan — who have been great support for the Assembly for many years have reached the age of majority and will transition into roles as adult advisors. The Assembly has several younger members who are not eligible, yet, …

Grand visit sends Star into summer

In Newsby Charles Ward

Juneau Chapter No. 7, Order of the Eastern Star welcomed the Most Worthy Grand Matron and Patron, along with several members of the Grand Line to Juneau for an official visit in May. M.W.G.M. Helen Westmoreland, M.W.G.P. Robert Penoyer and several other Grand Officers stopped in Juneau May 24-25 as part of their swing through the Great Land. Brothers and …

Shrine Club adds new toys to an old tradition

In Newsby Charles Ward

The Juneau-Douglas Shrine Club added a couple of new features to its lineup for the annual Juneau and Douglas Fourth of July parades. The first is an inflatable bear named Fezzy. Fezzy started as a fez-adorned teddy bear given to patients at Shriners Hospitals for Children, and has become an unofficial mascot for the Hospitals. “It was a natural fit …