A rainbow appears over downtown Juneau on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

A rainbow appears over downtown Juneau on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Want to help promote Juneau as Alaska’s capital? Here’s how

The Alaska Committee will elect a new board of directors at its annual meeting

The Alaska Committee, a nonprofit that promotes Juneau as Alaska’s capital city, will hold its annual meeting in January 2020 to elect candidate to its board of directors.

Six candidates for three-year terms will be elected at the meeting as well as reports given on the committee’s activities during the year.

The meeting will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Aspen Suites Glacier Room located at 8400 Airport Blvd.

Directors must be willing to attend up to 24 regularly scheduled 7 a.m. meetings a year, chair and/or attend subcommittee meetings, solicit financial contributions to support the work of the committee, staff committee booths, act as a local host during the legislative session and assist in other committee business.

Candidates should include a resume with a cover letter explaining why they want to serve and what skills and attributes they can bring to the work of the committee.

Anyone interested in serving on the Board must submit a written expression of interest to the Alaska Committee by mail to P.O. Box 22138, Juneau, AK 99802-2138 which must be received no later than Friday, Jan. 3.

More information can be found at the Alaska Committee website or email info@alaskacommittee.com.

• Contact reporter Peter Segall at 523-2228 or psegall@juneauempire.com.

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