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Come out and support local teams AVTEC and Woodrow Drilling this Saturday @ 10:00am as they face one of 10 teams from around the state in this Double-Elimination adult basketball tournament (AVTEC plays at the AVTEC gym, Woodrow plays at the high school). Games will continue all weekend long (high school only after 3:00pm Saturday). This is FREE for spectators […]
DUE TO LACK OF GOOD SNOW LOCALLY ON SUITABLE TERRAIN FOR BEGINNERS, THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 30. Local physical therapist and ski enthusiast Natalie Sook is offering a Learn to Cross-Country Ski clinic on Saturday, January 30 at 10:30am. The course is $15 for the general public and $10 for Ski Club members (free for Trail User […]
The Seward Parks and Rec adult basketball league is about to kick off again. Play starts Tuesday January 12 at 6:30. But there seems to be a bit of a problem. There are only 3 teams currently signed up. What the heck is going on? We only need 4 teams to have a season. That’s at minimum of 20 players […]
In an update from the PFD Charitable Contributions Program, www.PickClickGive.org, they report the following: “The number of people who have successfully filed a charitable donation to eligible Alaska nonprofits through the PFD Charitable Contributions Program, also known as Pick Click Give., has shot up in the hours since the State reported that the technical problems had been resolved. Today’s participation […]
Where: Ressurection Arts Coffee house When: 6:00 pm – 7pm There will be pizza donation of $4.00 and lots of Q&A after the film. Event held by the Trails Program. If you have any questions please call me at 224-2037 or the ILC Independent Living Center 224-8711Summer time in Seward
1-5-10 meeting From Sue McClure Im back from a long and interesting day/night at the Borough Assembly. Among the highlights, include: A resolution commending the contributions and life of Tito Kagimoto of Hope, sponsored by the Mayor and myself, issued on his passing. A report by Mayor Carey on the formation of a task force for the North Road Winter […]
“Lessee may, at its option, extend the Lease Term for one or more additional periods which shall not, in total, exceed 31 years” Resolution 2010-002, Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into Amendment No. 4 To The Ground Lease With Seward Ships Drydock, Inc. For The Real Property Described As Lots 1-A And 3, Block 7, Fourth Of July Creek […]
Seward City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Monday, January 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. 1. Call To Order 2. Pledge Of Allegiance 3. Roll Call 4. Citizens’ Comments On Any Subject Except Those Items Scheduled For Public Hearing. 5. Approval Of Agenda And Consent Agenda 6. Special Orders, Presentations And Reports A. Proclamations and Awards 1. Public Thank You to the […]
Daryl Hollingsworth once again blistered the Sleddog trails in the Open Class, this time at the Tozier Track in Anchorage. The trails were perfect and the temperature just right for producing fast times. Daryls 14 dog team led by Balder & Yogi set a 20 MPH pace and held it through the race. They had one pass with another team […]
Welcome to another of the Seward Museum’s ‘Bits of History’ presentations. This week, man’s insatiable quest for gold is illustrated in a most curious request made to the Seward Bank by some curious gentlemen with a potentially lucrative bear carcass. While sadly, the days where one could ‘deposit’ a bear are long gone, the story is alive and well in […]
Urbach’s Youth Basketball League (UYBL) starts Saturday the 23rd! K-6th grades are invited to participate in this “For Fun,” non-competitive league, perfect for those new to the sport! All ability levels welcome! Saturdays, January 23rd through March 13th with an end of season tourney on March 27th. Fee is $45. 2nd-6th grades will have a weekday practice TBA and everyone […]
Bring the whole family down to the Sports & Rec gym (AVTEC) on Friday night from 5:30-7:00pm for some rollerskating! Music with DJ CYN, colorful disco lights, limbo, prizes for costumes and plenty of laughs just $2.00! Its gonna be a hoot! Call or email SPRD for more info: 224-4054 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s not too late to sponsor a book on the Wish Tree at the Library. There are still about 20 books left that need sponsors. Come in before Friday evening, and take a look before we take the tree down on Saturday, January 9th. Each book is only $15, which buys a children’s or young adult book for our library. […]
The library will be closing early on Wednesday, January 6th at 5 pm due to a scheduled staff meeting. Also, the next day, Thursday, January 7th, the library will not open until 1 pm because of staff training in the morning.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the State of Alaska, and the Alaska Broadcasters Association will conduct a statewide exercise of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) in Alaska on Wednesday, January 6, 2010, at 10 am local time. Radio and television broadcast stations and cable television systems across the state of […]
That’s right, on Wednesdays through February, Alaska residents can get in for free!! Bring your ID, your kids, husband, who ever you like and go to the Alaska SeaLife Center on Wednesdays. Hours are 10am to 5pm
Attached you will find our January / February 2010 newsletter and its packed with good information. Inside you can learn about QNTs New Tribal Administrator, the PFD Donation Program Pick.Click.Give., and about QNTs newly redesigned website at www.sewardaknatives.com . Wave.Jan.Feb.2010.pdf (580kb)
January 9th, 13th, 23rd, and 27th, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon, downstairs at the Seward Community Library. Saturday Jan. 9 sessions chat topic is Teeth and Gum care by Dr. Moriarty. Wednesday Jan. 13 sessions chat topic is Play Date Ideas by Monica Luther. Saturday Jan. 23 sessions chat topic is How-to-Do Childrens Hair Cuts by Connie Kullander. Wednesday Jan. […]
IN GENERAL. *Welcome back from break. Today is the start of 3rd quarter and a new semester. Students start this new year with a clean slate in terms of grades and tardies. Heres to a fun, productive and happy new year! *Please remember that sick children should stay home from school. You can check Edline or call the school to […]
Seward is no stranger to natural disasters. The town is built on an alluvial fan thats subject to frequent floods, and the only highway connecting Seward to the rest of Alaska goes through several avalanche zones. Add to that mix the possibility of a large earthquake, tsunami or a volcanic eruption, and its not hard to come up with a […]
336 Third Ave 224-5604 9:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday, Saturday 9:30-2:30 *LUNCH MENU week of Jan. 4th: (Mon)BEEF STEW;(Tue) OVEN BAKED CHICKEN; (Wed) SPAGHETTI; (Thurs)ENCHILADAS; (Fri) FISH FRY; (Sat) BRUNCH 9:30-11:30. *FREE lunches for Senior VETERANS at the Center this winter, sponsored by Sons of American Legion in Seward. *FITNESS: Monday & Friday, Core Balance 10:30-11:30am; Tuesday & Thursday, Aerobic-Stretch n Strengthen, 10:30-11:30am . *TABLE GAMES 1pm Mondays […]
Paper Pemanent Fund applications are available at the Seward Legislative Information Office located at 302 Railway, Suite 107. You can file on line at this link: http://www.pfd.alaska.gov/ Office hours for the LIO are 8 AM to 4:30PM. For more information call 224-5066.
Registration opened January 1st. Runners may access the application from the Chamber’s homepage, www.seward.com.
Come on out and support the Seward Seahawks Nordic Ski Team on their first race of the season! The races will run from 11am-1:30pm. A non-competitive, all ages community fun race will follow at 1:30pm. Parking is limited, so please try to carpool to the event. Volunteers are needed to help with the race. In particular, we are looking for […]
A free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) class will be held from 6:00 to 9:00pm Monday, Wednesday and Fridays and 9am to 2pm Saturdays for two weeks beginning Monday, January 25th at the Seward Sealife Center. CERT training teaches people how to care for themselves and work in teams to bridge the emergency services gap that can occur after a […]