A man who's lived in Anchorage for more than 20 years wanted to go home to Wainwright. But he was homeless, wrestled with drinking and didn't have the cash for a ticket.
Then his son died.
Archie Swan reacted by making a change. Last week, with the help of the new and growing Forget-Me-Not movement in Anchorage, he flew back to Wainwright to be with his family. Watch his story and hear his songs in this week's Making a Difference.