Sealaska presents a $25,000 check to the Juneau Community Foundation to be used on the Housing First Project on Jenkins Drive on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. From lef are: Anthony Mallott, president and CEO of Sealaska, Joe Nelson, board chair for Sealaska, John Gaguine, JCF boardmember, Craig Moore, of Tlingit and Haida Housing Authority, Myrna Gardner, of Tlingit and Haida Housing Authority, Bruce Denton, Juneau Housing First boardmember, Amy Skilbred, exective director of JCF, and Joyce Niven, of Tlingit and Haida Housing Authority

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