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Out & About - Sept. 11, 2014

 


Brain training coming to Senior Center

Free Brain Fitness class at Seward Senior Center. Sept. 8, 10, 15 and 17, 10:30 a.m. Tune up your neural circuits with simple movements and lifestyle tips. Ann Marina, author of Preserve Your Brain, shares ways to enhance energy, memory, coordination, and mental clarity. Call 239-682-4575 or email yoganni@yahoo.com

Adult Learning Center to open

Seward Adult Community Learning Center reopens Tuesday, September 2. GED preparation as well as reading and math improvement available Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm. Afternoon and evening hours can be arranged. 3 levels of GED math classes will meet at regularly scheduled times. GED Writing, Science, and Social Studies soon to be scheduled. Stop in or call Lisa Rininger at 907-224-6114, AVTEC Library, Student Service Center, 519 Fourth Avenue to register or for more information.

Seward Community Choir Rehearsals Set to Begin

The Seward Community Choir will resume rehearsing after the summer break, on Thursday, Sept. 11 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Seward (across from the fire station). Rehearsals will continue Thursdays 6:30-8 p.m. for 11 weeks, with a couple of breaks, concluding with a Christmas Concert on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at the KM Rae Building auditorium. We always welcome new members—from high school age on up. For information, contact Sue McClure at 224-6784, or just show up for the Sept. 11 rehearsal.

Anchorage Community Band coming to town

The Anchorage Community Band will be playing with the Seward Community Band on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 1:30 at the Seward High School. Tickets will be $5 and available at the door.

Firefighters to gather in Seward

From Sept. 28 through Oct. 3, the Alaska State Firefighter Annual Conference will be held in Seward.

Historical and museum conference coming

On October 1-4, the Alaska Historical Society and Museums of Alaska Annual Conference will be held in Seward. For more information, you can contact http://www.resbayhistorical.org

Info meeting on animal protection proposition Sept. 24

The “Domestic Animal Protection League” is working to have the Kenai Peninsula Borough extend animal rescue, care & rehabilitation into the borough. DAPL is not proposing “animal control” like the cities, just care and rehab for abused, abandoned, neglect & starving animals outside city limits. As such, this is a new and different concept for the borough, and there is confusion about the advisory vote on the Oct. 7 borough ballot. DAPL representatives are visiting areas all around the borough to try and clarify the program and will conduct a Sept. 24 informational meeting at the Seward Library Museum from 6pm to 8pm along with a lunch hour visit at the Seward Senior Center.

Anchorage mayor to speak

On Sept. 19, Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan will be the featured speaker at the monthly Chamber of Commerce meeting.

SeaLife Center virtual Wildlife Rescue Run ongoing

So far this year, The ASLC has raised more than $5,000 towards its Wildlife Response Program. And you can help make this year’s Rescue Run an even bigger success by participating as a Virtual Runner. Virtual Runners can run the 5K wherever and whenever they want, or not at all. Sign up online by August 31 to be entered to win 25,000 Alaska Airline miles courtesy of GCI. All virtual run registrants will receive a gift in the mail. ASLC’s Wildlife Response Program is funded entirely through private donations and fundraisers like the Rescue Run and annual Mini Golf Tournament at the Center. The money raised goes directly towards animal care and veterinary costs for stranded seals, sea otters, and other marine animals rescued throughout the year.

Public health nurse coming

Nurse Deb Baley will be visiting the Seward Public Health Center Sept. 23-25 by appointment only. Call 224-5567. Services include pap smears and contraceptives for women in childbearing years. There is a sliding scale fee but those with an inability to pay will not be denied services.

Open burn permits available

Permitted open burning can once again be approved. This includes the use of approved burn barrels. Please contact the Seward Fire Department for any burning related questions within the Seward city limits.

Market coupons available

Senior Farmer Market Coupons are available at Seward Senior Center, Third and Jefferson, for seniors 60 and older. To qualify monthly income must be below $2,248 and for couples, $3,031. The book of $25 Farmer Market Coupons are redeemable at the Grazing Moose in Seward, and many other farmer markets around the state.

Senior Center Book on sale

You can pick up a copy of the new Senior Center book, Seward Unleashed, at the Senior Center from Dana Paperman. The cost is $10.

 

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