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It’s the time of year to sign-up for the Alaska Run For Women. The event takes place on June 8th this year and has traditionally been a great time with women from all over the city. I serve on the board of New Hope on the Last Frontier and have created a team for the run. Please consider joining us this year! I plan to walk the party wave with anyone who would like to participate (unless everyone wants to run), but feel free to sign-up under another wave. I would love to have you and any of your friends join me!
To sign-up and learn more about the race, visit akrfw.org. Be sure to sign-up under the team or let me know if you’ve already registered and I can add you. As the race gets closer, I will send out information about optional t-shirts. There is no obligation!
Have a wonderful sunny day!
Korie Hickel, korie.hickel(at)gmail.com
In order to address the problem of hunger, we must understand it. In Anchorage, the need for emergency food is tremendous. Locally, we’ve lost a lot of our industry—which means a lot of people have lost jobs, too.
One of the best ways you can help us fight poverty and hunger is by providing a financial gift. When you do, we’re able to put your contribution toward our communities’ current and most pressing needs.
There are countless ways you can make a difference here – from sorting and packing groceries to contacting an elected official to discuss the importance of accessible emergency food in your community.
KTUU News Story involves a homeless man that attends New Hope