Summer Travel Season Begins In The Copper Valley

Chamber Log Cabin Spruced Up For The Summer With New Welcoming Sign On Its Sod Roof   In 1988, Sy Neeley and Herman Schliesing Directed...

Chamber Log Cabin Spruced Up For The Summer With New Welcoming Sign On Its Sod Roof  

In 1988, Sy Neeley and Herman Schliesing Directed The Moving Of The Cabin From Dry Creek Campground To The Intersection At The Hub. (Photo, John Becker)

 

The 41-year old log cabin, owned by the Greater Copper Valley Chamber of Commerce, was fixed up, and its sod roof got a haircut to prepare it for the summer season.

Chamber President John Becker, who owns NAPA Copper River Automotive in Glennallen, went to work last fall, having the deck painted green, and is continuing to fix up the cabin in early June. The Chamber offices are now open for the summer, across the parking lot, next to the Hub.

The log cabin once served as the Chamber's main visitor center. Three generations of the Schliesing Family – Herman, Gary and Christopher – helped put up a new sign on top of the cabin.

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