Craig Wilson helps someone at the weekly ukulele jam tune their instrument. Wislon is one of the Juneau Jambusters likely to have a spare ukulele during the Sunday gatherings. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Craig Wilson helps someone at the weekly ukulele jam tune their instrument. Wislon is one of the Juneau Jambusters likely to have a spare ukulele during the Sunday gatherings. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

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Weekly ukulele jam is fun — even if you’re bad, like me

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