Mark Kiessling, General Manager of Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine presents a check for $26,474.78 to Warren Russell, Chair of the United Way of Southeast Alaska Board. This amount represents the pledged amount for the 2017 annual campaign of $21,474.78 from 56 employees of Coeur Alaska Kensington Mine and a matching corporate gift of $5,000 from Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine. In making the presentation at the Nov. 15 Juneau Chamber Luncheon Kiessling noted that, “small contributions in large volumes from a number of people can make a huge difference in our community.”

Mark Kiessling, General Manager of Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine presents a check for $26,474.78 to Warren Russell, Chair of the United Way of Southeast Alaska Board. This amount represents the pledged amount for the 2017 annual campaign of $21,474.78 from 56 employees of Coeur Alaska Kensington Mine and a matching corporate gift of $5,000 from Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine. In making the presentation at the Nov. 15 Juneau Chamber Luncheon Kiessling noted that, “small contributions in large volumes from a number of people can make a huge difference in our community.”

United Way of Southeast Alaska receives $26K contribution

Mark Kiessling, General Manager of Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine presents a check for $26,474.78 to Warren Russell, Chair of the United Way of Southeast Alaska Board. This amount represents the pledged amount for the 2017 annual campaign of $21,474.78 from 56 employees of Coeur Alaska Kensington Mine and a matching corporate gift of $5,000 from Coeur Alaska, Kensington Mine. In making the presentation at the Nov. 15 Juneau Chamber Luncheon Kiessling noted that, “small contributions in large volumes from a number of people can make a huge difference in our community.”

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