Palmer, AK ~ We love sharing stories about projects that hard working volunteers have made possible with support from our grant program. The Mountaineering Club of Alaska is no exception. We have shared pictures and a brief update about the work those volunteers who came together to construct the Seth Holden Hut just below Montana Peak had accomplished previously. But I wanted to share a short video that was put together the day I was out at the Gold Mint parking lot as they prepared to ferry supplies up to the building site. Not only did I have the opportunity to meet these dedicated volunteers, but also Seth’s father Pete who worked on-site to help construct the hut.
This video that Last Frontier Magazine put together from that day really speaks to me about the value of what volunteers bring to the table each and every day. They are the catalyst for projects like this to become reality. Learn more about our grant program here.
Thank you to everyone who makes these projects happen and to wonderful partners like Cecil and Jesse at Last Frontier for sharing this video with us.
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