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Stepping Up

A different kind of volunteer

Tom Gibbs doesn’t get as many hugs as he used to. As the president of the board of Special Olympics Yukon these past five years, he isn’t working with the athletes as much and he isn’t able to give out as many of those encouraging hugs.

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A sense of community needs a voice

Sarah Crane will tell you that her Riverdale community is “a great place to live” with its close proximity to downtown and the diversity of its residents. And the trails.
But Crane knows there is one more element that needs to be pursued every day: a sense of community.

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Supporting great health care in the Yukon

Philip Fitzgerald was embarrassed when he is asked about his greatest sense of accomplishment as the chair of the Yukon Hospital Foundation.“It sounds too financial,” he explained.Well?“It doesn’t sound right,” he said, finally....

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He is a steward of the trails

To begin to understand Mark Daniels, you must first discard the stereotypes of a snowmobile owner. Yes, the president of the Klondike Snowmobile Association (KSA) owns snowmobiles – and ATVs and dirtbikes and quads and boats –...

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A friend indeed

Dorothy Bradley leaves her vehicle at Eagle Bay Park, where Whistle Bend Way and Range Road meet, and walks to the bench overlooking McIntyre Creek.It is a 10-minute walk along a path that is dappled with bright yellow aspen...

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He brings heroes to life

Have you seen the gamers and sci-fi fans and people dressed up as action heroes from the comics and board games?Well, Paul Scholz is their president.To be more precise, he is the president of the Yukon Comic Culture Society, an...

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