Alaska Chapter To The Association Of Mature American Citizens (AMAC)

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Contributed by Mike Coons, President of Alaska Chapter AMAC

Alaska Chapter to the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) Meeting
1/13/2018 – 1:30PM
Wasilla Senior Center
1301 S Century Cir. Wasilla
FREE Event

Alaska Chapter to the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) Meeting
2/13/2018 – 1:30PM
Chugach Senior Center
22424 N Birchwood Loop, Chugiak
FREE Event

My name is Mike Coons, and I am the president of the Alaska Chapter to the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC). I write to inform those Alaskan mature citizens that AMAC is alive and well in Alaska, and we had our first meeting in November. Then our second on December 2nd, 2017. We had over 80 people attend our first meeting and a strong desire for a solid, conservative senior voice organization. Our second meeting was not as large, but still over 30, despite inclement weather and road conditions.

In attendance for December’s meeting were Senator Shelley Hughes and Andy Evans, chief of staff for Representative DeLena Johnson. They spoke briefly on upcoming legislation and issues that impact us. As Chapter-supporting representatives, they are going to keep us informed, especially when it concerns Alaska's mature citizens.

If you are interested in attending future meetings, the next one will be January 13th, 2018 at 1:30p.m. at Wasilla Senior Center’s dining room. In February on the 13th, we will be at the Chugiak Senior Center at 11a.m. From there on, our meetings will be held on the second Saturday of each month. We will be alternating locations between Wasilla Senior Center (1:30p.m.) and Chugach Senior Center (11a.m.). We will be doing our best to keep the meetings to one hour in length. Although we are working out the bugs, the meetings will be available through live broadcast online through the link,, for those who cannot attend in person.

The Alaska Chapter of AMAC is a strong advocate for conservative principles and values. It extends an invite to all mature citizens that are looking for a means and a way to express their views, ideas and concerns to each other, to our Congressional Delegation and to our State Legislature/Governor in a meaningful way. Remember: The more voices we have, the better impact we have on issues that concerns us, our state and our nation.

Please address your questions or concerns to myself, President Mike Coons, at