Address: P. O. Box 770787, Eagle River, Alaska 99577, U.S.A.

Conductor -
Pavel Sharomov,
Honored Artist of Russia

RACS Art Director -Zlata Lund

Русский Хор на Аляске

Copyright

Vic penned his autobiography "To Russia with Love"- An Alaskan Journey, an epic memoir telling his fascinating life story between 1924 and today. This is a life story that took him through three worlds (Nazi Germany, Communist Russia & Capitalist America) during some of the most exciting events of the 20th century and brought him to Alaska in 1950. His arrival in Alaska was at the beginning of post-WWII growth. It was an exciting time; it was the beginning of building Alaska as the 49th State!

Vic is a WWII veteran, the first city planner in Alaska, the youngest delegate to the Alaska Constitution Convention in 1955 and still continues as an active member of our Alaskan community. More than a story of Vic Fisher's life, this is a great, factual history of Alaska told by the man who helped make that history.

The evening with Vic Fisher was held on Sunday, January 20th 2013
at 6:30 p.m.
at the Alaska Veterans Museum located at:
333 W. 4th Avenue, Ste. 227 (corner of 4th Ave and D Street).

E-mail: Colonel Suellyn Wright Novak missfiresioux2@yahoo.com
Phone: 907-696-4904

The Alaska Veterans Museum - http://www.alaskaveterans.com

Zlata Lund, the Russian American Colony Singers -
907-230-0280 zlata@acsalaska.net

Gold Diploma, International Festival-Contest "Choral Veche of  Siberia"
Золотой Диплом
Международного Фестиваля-конкурса "Хоровое Вече Сибири"

"To Russia with Love"- An Alaskan Journey ,
the autobiography by Vic Fisher, an epic memoir telling
his fascinating life story between 1924 and today.
The evening with Vic Fisher was held on Sunday, January 20th, 2013 
at the Alaska Veterans Museum in Anchorage.