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Resource fair returns after a pandemic pause.
The city has been without a youth shelter for about two years.
The center, located next to the new Glory Hall, breaks ground this autumn.
The Glory Hall also recieved a major donation of cleaning supplies.
It’s increased nationwide for four years.
The new shelter squeezed lots of work in ahead of much of this winter’s foul weather.
The grant is part of a larger $1.4 million grant for organizations across Alaska.
End duplications and find gaps.
Glory Hall scales back amid budget questions.
One “tremendously successful” program helped.
The project will double the number of beds.
The organization started up two years ago this week.
The federal government might help out.
The city plans to do it again next winter.
It would be a ‘crippling blow.’
Large cuts are expected.
From the statewide elections to a whale statue.
It was well used last winter.
The shelter aims to feed more than 150 families for the holiday.
St. Vincent De Paul of Juneau lost its leader this summer, but the charitable organization continues to move forward in his absence.