Sterling Judo Club Women’s Self Defense Class

by Chris Druesedow May 19, 2014
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Calling all females! The Sterling Judo Club will be conducting a self-defense class for women and girls at Sterling Elementary School on Wednesday May 21st, 2014. Learn how to defend yourself in life threatening situations involving another person. You will leave feeling confident in your ability to defend yourself and help those around you. This will be a great class for all women, make sure to come! The class is for females ages 8 years old and up. Your instructor for the class will be Kati Gibler. She holds a blackbelt in judo and competed for many years. She has been a serious student of jujitsu for several years as well. In this 2 hour … Continue reading

Soldotna Real Estate Mortgage Applicants May Benefit as Guidelines Change

by Chris Druesedow May 19, 2014
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“U.S. Backs Off Tight Mortgage Rules” screamed the top headline on the front page of The Wall Street Journal last week. For Alaska Real Estate mortgage shoppers, it could scarcely have been better news. Probably. ‘Probably’ because any change is not yet a done deal, but it’s hard to see what will derail the likely full reverse of the federal establishment’s years-long tight home loan policy. Why is this suddenly in the cards? The full answer is complicated, but here is a quick (admittedly over-simplified) summary of what’s been happening to Real Estate Kenai mortgage applicants—and what probably lies ahead. The ongoing real estate recovery has been less of a boon to banks (including Kenai … Continue reading

2014 Kenai Peninsula Birding Festival-Alaska

by Chris Druesedow May 14, 2014
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The annual Kenai Peninsula Birding Festival starts this week! This event is for all ages so bring your family and your friends. There will be multiple activities to enjoy ranging from horseback riding, to guided river tours and even youth art contests, films, and even hikes! Multiple workshops will be provided as well. All of the Birding Festival events highlight the natural wonders that draw thousands of birds and visitors to Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. If you are looking to get outdoors this weekend and are up for a little adventuring then this event is right for you! With so many different scheduled events and activities at the festival, you are sure to keep busy! If … Continue reading

What is the Role of Soldotna Real Estate Realtor?

by Chris Druesedow May 13, 2014
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Why is it so important to get the services of a qualified real estate agent? Is it impossible to make a deal without hiring one? If you have these questions on your mind, then you have come across the right post. Read on to get precise answers to your questions. The role of an Alaska Real Estate agent is to help you buy or sell your house in an efficient manner. An agent who is based in a certain area knows well as to the actual market value of houses in that area. So, they can let you know about the real price of a house you want to purchase. On top of that, they … Continue reading

Salmon with Lemon and Dill, Alaskan Recipe

by Chris Druesedow May 9, 2014

Fishing season is in our midst! Looking for a new recipe to use this summer? Try this wonderful and easy recipe for Alaskan salmon. This recipe is easy, fast, and makes a great summer dish! The savoy flavors of lemon and dill really complement the fish. This recipe is served best with Wild Alaskan Salmon. Taste will differ depending on spices, and type of salmon that is prepared. Serve with your favorite side dish, and enjoy this tasty meal with your family and or friends! Play with the ingredients to suit your own tastes! – 1 Pound Salmon Fillets – 1/4 Cup of melted butter – 5 Tablespoons Lemon Juice – 1 Tablespoon Dried Dill … Continue reading

Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures and Guest Ranch 2014

by Chris Druesedow May 9, 2014
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Looking for something fun to do this summer in the Alaskan outdoors? The Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures offers custom horse back riding trips in Cooper Landing, as well as lodging in their unique Alaskan cabins. Enjoy beautiful scenery as you are being guided throughout the wilderness of Alaska. With rare permits for the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and the Chugach National Forest, Alaska Horsemen can safely guide and outfit you into remote wilderness areas where not to many other people have ventured. Trails are guided by Alex Kime who is a permit holder for the Chugach National Forest, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, State of Alaska, and on the Kenai Peninsula Borough. You can chose to … Continue reading

“8 Stars of Comedy Gold” Performance Soldotna, Alaska 2014

by Chris Druesedow May 7, 2014
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If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do, then you wont want to miss this performance! “8 Stars of Comedy Gold,” a comedic play about Alaska history, will be performed by Sidecar, an improvisational acting troupe from New York City, at 7 p.m. at Triumvirate Theatre in the Peninsula Center Mall in Soldotna. Come with your friends and family and prepare to laugh the whole night! Learn some interesting facts about the great State of Alaska and also enjoy the entertainment! Tickets are $7 for adults, $3 for kids, available at the Triumvirate Bookstore and at the door. The Triumvirate Theatre is a non-profit community theatre group focused on providing performing arts experience and education … Continue reading

KPC Looking for International Host Families

by Chris Druesedow May 1, 2014
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Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) is seeking host international families for students who are in the Youth for Understanding program. You will have the opportunity to become host parents for either a semester or a year for the 2014-2-15 school year. Students will be responsible for getting themselves places by carpooling or using CARTS. Host families can take them to school/work if they choose. Students will be providing their own funds for any other needs. Host families will receive a stipend of $200.00 a month along with the experience of a lifetime during this cultural exchange. Help students wanting to further their learning career in a whole new culture. If you would like more information or … Continue reading

Alaska State Trooper Recruitment Event

by Chris Druesedow April 29, 2014
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Interested in being an Alaska State Trooper? Representatives from the Alaska State Troopers will be at the Peninsula Job Center on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014. They will be meeting will individuals between the times of 10:00am and 1:00pm, who are interested in starting a career as a State Trooper. This will be well educational and you wont want to miss out. No appointment is needed just show up within the given times. The hiring process takes approximately 10 months.  This is an extensive hiring process that will require you to gather ALL of your current and past employment, resdential, driving, and criminal history. Unlike some employers, we require that you be prepared to go far beyond … Continue reading

Homer, Alaska’s Combined Youth Orchestras Spring Concert 2014

by Chris Druesedow April 24, 2014

The Homer Youth String Orchestra Club and the Central Peninsula Community Orchestra are combining for a Spring Concert under the direction of Tammy Vollom-Matturro on Sunday, May 4th at the Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center in Homer. Admission is free and concert starts at 4pm, with reception following the performance. This will be a great event for the whole family to enjoy. These youth orchrestras are under the auspices of The Kenai Peninsula Orchestra. This event will take place on May 4th, 2014 at 4:00pm. Remember to show up early for desired seating. Event is located at 95 Sterling Highway, Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center in Homer, Alaska. For more events taking place … Continue reading

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