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Rabies Clinic at Knik Bar, Knik Lake, Alaska on December 7th, 2014
10/13/14 | Doug Bartko

The musher's rabies shot clinic for this year is December 7th, Knik Bar, noon to 4 pm, $8.00 per shot. Have your dog info ready.

Musher's with large number of dogs, can e-mail me with info and we will try to have certificates printed and ready at the clinic.

Doug Bartko

An Evening with George Attla
8/26/14 | Bob Eley

The Fairbanks Community/Dog Mushing Museum will reopen with the dog mushing exhibit from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, August 27 in the Empress Theater, upstairs in the Co-Op Plaza at 535 Second Avenue, Suite 215.

George Attla will be on hand and we will be showing the movie "Spirit of the Wind" at 6:30 p.m. Two-time Open North American Champion Arleigh Reynolds will join us as well as many other mushers.

We will be requesting a $5 donation as a fundraiser to help get the entire museum open by the end of September. There will be a silent auction and all proceeds from DVD sales of Spirit of the Wind will go to the museum.

Hope to see everyone there. Please spread the word by sharing this with your friends.

Bob Eley

Help Positive Energy Earn a Grant from The North Face Explore Fund
6/20/14 | Blake Cazier, Positive Energy Outdoors

The North Face opens voting on Facebook to give away grants to non-profits focused on youth.

As part of the $250,000 Explore Fund, The North Face has named Positive Energy for Youth (Positive Energy Outdoors) a 2014 Top 10 Explore Fund grantee recipient for its Low-Moderate Income Outdoor Education Outreach.

Positive Energy for Youth has been chosen to receive up to $25,000 from The North Face Explore Fund, and is the only finalist from the Midwest.


2014 Hudson Bay Quest Race Report
4/10/14 | Jim Cunningham, 2014 Hudson Bay Quest

Right from the start of the 2014 Hudson Bay Quest (HBQ) the gauntlet was thrown down. Ryan Anderson from Ray, Minnesota returning for his second try at completing the race. Anderson had withdrawn the previous year at the mid-way point. When he got home from Churchill he hung his bib in his kennel where is had to pass it every day to remind himself of what had happened. This year Ryan chose Bib #1 with the determination of if you want to beat me, you will have to pass me.


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