Group of volunteers builds beds for bed-less children in Anchorage
Updated: May. 23, 2022 at 9:00 PM AKDT
Sawdust filled the parking lot at ChangePoint Church on Sunday afternoon as it transformed into a carpenters studio. The lot was filled with around 50-70 volunteers ranging in all age groups, who partnered with Sleep In Heavenly Peace to help construct beds for bedless youth in Anchorage.
All of Wednesday's top headlines across the state, including the health of the permanent fund, what caused a massive section of the Alaska-Canada Highway to collapse last week, and sad news of a Wyoming man killed by a fireworks incident in Gustavus over the Fourth of July holiday.
The Alaska Permanent Fund is expected to have lost 1-2% of its value over the fiscal year that ended on June 30, but fund managers will need to confirm those projections in late August when end-of-fiscal-year statements are compiled.