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Nathan Jackson Artwork Dedication at Saxman Community Center


April 30, 2011

(SitNews) Saxman, Alaska - On Friday May 6th, 5pm, the City of Saxman will be hosting a dedication ceremony for a new cedar bear screen carved by artist Nathan Jackson.  The event will take place at the Saxman Community Center, located at 2841 South Tongass Highway.

The 24 foot long, 5 foot tall bear screen is installed on a new outdoor canopy system at the Saxman Community Center.  The project was funded through a grant provided by the Rasmuson Foundation.

Saxman and Ketchikan residents are invited to come and experience an exciting new milestone in Saxman’s rich visual arts history, and hear the words of community leaders.  Refreshments will be available.



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City of Saxman 


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