This Thursday is the last Creative Writing Workshop for the season. Julie and I would like to thank everyone for your enthusiasm and willingness to share your work and give positive feedback to others in the workshop. We’ve really enjoyed facilitating a workshop of such talented (and brave) writers who not only show up no matter what the weather, but bring with them stories that open our minds and hearts to the wonders of the written word and the imagination. Thank-you! We hope to see you this Thursday, March 22nd, from 6pm-8pm in the basement of the Seward Community Library Museum. Haven’t attended one of our workshops before? No worries, each workshop is independent of the rest, so bring paper and pencil and come join us—it’s free! We would also like to thank Patty and the Seward Community Library Museum Staff for providing snacks and coffee/tea for our workshops—thanks guys! Hugs from Joanie & Julie
Saturday: BBB’s Secure Your ID Day Provides Free Document Shredding in Soldotna
For the first time, Better Business Bureau is bringing Secure Your ID Day to the Kenai Peninsula. This event allows consumers and businesses to shred sensitive documents for free and take home scam and identity theft prevention tips. BBB reminds: You are your identity’s first line of defense against identity theft.
BBB SECURE YOUR ID DAY
Date & Time: Saturday, July 17, 2010, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Location: Wells Fargo, 44552 Sterling Highway, Soldotna 99669
Shredder: Shred Alaska
Drive up and drop off up to three grocery bags or file boxes of unwanted documents. No cardboard or three-ring binders. Items will be securely shredded on-the-spot by Shred Alaska for free. For details visit www.alaska.bbb.org/secure-your-id.
What documents should be shredded? Any unwanted or outdated documents that contain personal information should be shredded when disposing, including: credit card applications, insurance paperwork, health forms and financial statements.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library has come to Seward and Moose Pass. Each month the Dollywood Foundation mails a brand new, age appropriate book, at no charge, to every child from birth to age 5 who is enrolled. For more information or to sign up a child email email@example.com, or contact Lidia Petersen at 224-8680.
This program is made possible by the Seward PTSA, grants from the Seward Community Foundation, the City of Seward, Best Beginnings, Rasmuson Foundation, ConocoPhillips, and generous donations made by local businesses and individuals.