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Email: email@example.com Street Address: 3618 Main Street (next to the log castle), and the Clausen Cabin, at 3629 Main Street (across the street), Ester, Alaska Google map directions
Hours: 3618 Main Street is open 9 AM - 9 PM everyday Mailing Address: PO Box 468, Ester AK, 99725
Category Archives: Thanks
JTEL was the recipient of $1075 worth of donations through Alaska’s Pick, Click, Give program, and we would like to thank the 16 donors for their generosity! Thanks to (in alphabetical order): Blythe and Rianne Campbell, James Cheydleur, Carrie Correia, … Continue reading
With a ton of new changes in the works, the 11th annual LiBerry Pie Throwdown and Music Festival took place last Saturday, September 23 at the Golden Eagle Saloon. In actuality, the pie contest started at 2, at the Clausen … Continue reading
I’ve been waiting on an image of our 3 winners in the costume contest, but sadly, I still don’t have one, so I’m going to get this out anyways. If anyone does have an image of the three contestants, please … Continue reading
There weren’t many helping hands last Sunday, but we hauled off 3 truckloads of pallets, rotten flowerbed rails and junk, thereby cleaning up the yards and grounds of the Clausen Cabin. In the meantime, books are being cataloged and shelved … Continue reading
Over $2 million was raised by Alaskan non-profits, with 22 persons pledging $1,150 just to JTEL! Thanks a million to all those who donated – we couldn’t do it without you!
While March was minimal for new books entered into the online catalog (only 5 titles, bringing the total to 7,687), a great deal was done with regard to the collections. First, the trim work and office space at the Clausen … Continue reading
Finally, the day has arrived that renovations are mostly done and books have been officially moved into the Clausen Cabin. As of last weekend, a great work crew moved in two huge bookshelves and began moving books from Frank’s Place … Continue reading