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Heart of gold

The Cable House, home to KCAW, has another successful fundraiser! (Dan Evans photo)

The Cable House, home to KCAW, has another successful fundraiser! (Dan Evans photo)


During KCAW’s One-Day Drive each autumn, much is said about Raven Radio’s role at the heart of the community. Together, we can keep it that way. If you missed out on Friday’s excitement, please contribute to KCAW’s fall goal here. Photographer Dan Evans captured this image of an extraordinarily beautiful sunset last weekend in Sitka. Without you, the 105-year-old Cable House is just nails and old lumber. But inside (under that rainbow!) is a heart of gold.

See more of photographer Dan Evans’ work here.

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