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Shoemaker Bay rec site may see new shelter

WRANGELL, ALASKA A project to build a new shelter at Wrangell's most used recreation site has been stalled due to lack of community support and initiative. Parks and Rec director Kim Covalt hopes someone will rise to the challenge before the project funding for the new shelter disappears for good. KSTK's Lisa Phu brings us this report.
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