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Update on the 50 Foot Habitat Protection District

Update on the 50 Foot Habitat Protection District

| February 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hello All,

The Borough assembly is considering changes to the 21.18 ordinance – the 50 foot Habitat Protection District.  The River Center has established a section on our website to list pending or proposed changes, in order to provide a single location to reference changes that may affect residents of your cities.  This section will be updated in the future as the status of legislation changes.  The website address is: http://www.kenairivercenter.org/changes/

Please feel free to direct residents or link to our site.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Dan Nelson
Planning Assistant, Kenai Peninsula Borough – River Center
(907) 714-2465 * (907) 260-5992 FAX
www.kenairivercenter.org

Thoughts to Ponder…

Thoughts to Ponder…

| February 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

by Sandy Geagel
 

Click HERE to go directly to the school district homepage!  Thanks for participating!

Seldovia Sea Otters Highlights!

| February 23, 2012 | 2 Comments

video by Jenny Chissus
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hbxv8rJWeYo?rel=0]

Thanks to everyone who came to watch the tournament and cheer on our Sea Otters!   A special thanks out to Mark Janes – who has been a terrific coach, preparing this young team for a great year of High School Basketball!

Outstanding job to our Seldovia Sea Otter 2012 team:  Aidan, Calem, Chance, Dustin, Dylan, Michael, Nathan, Nikolai, Robert, Sarah, Seth and Tim!

If you are traveling across the bay, the Region II Basketball Tournament starts this coming Wednesday, the 29th of February!  Schedule has changed so please take note!   Team seeding should be available to us on Tuesday, and we’ll update this site as information becomes available.

Tournament will be held in SOLDOTNA @ Cook Inlet Academy. Championship and playoff games will be held at KCHS.

WEDNESDAY (AT CIA):
12:30pm — Coaches Meeting
2:00 pm — Boys Game 1
3:45 pm — Boys Game 2
5:15 pm — Girls Game 1
7:00 pm — Boys Game 3

THURSDAY (AT CIA):
12:30 pm — Skills Contest
2:00 pm — Boys Game 4
3:45 pm — Boys Game 5
5:15 pm — Girls Game 2
7:00 pm — Boys Game 6

FRIDAY (AT CIA):
10:00 am — Boys Game 7
11:45 am — Girls Game 3
1:30 pm — Boys Game 8
(AT KCHS):
6:00 pm — Girls Championship Game 4
7:45 pm — Boys Championship Game 9

SATURDAY (AT KCHS):
8:00 am — Coaches Scheduling Meeting
10:00 am — Boys Game 10
11:45 am — Girls 2nd Place Game 5
1:30 pm — Boys 2nd Place Game 11

Sea Otter Booster Club Needs YOU!

Sea Otter Booster Club Needs YOU!

| February 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

by Sandy Geagel

SBE Has A Blog!

SBE Has A Blog!

| February 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

by Sherry Hingley

Thanks to Ms. Bornheimer’s diligence we are now replacing edline with this blog and all info can be found here. You can also get there from the district webpage.

Check in with Susan B. English activities and events!

http://susanbenglish.blogs.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/wpmu/

Happy Birthday George and Abe!

Happy Birthday George and Abe!

| February 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Presidents’ Day is intended to honor all the American presidents, but most significantly George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

This federal public holiday was originally created to honor George Washington, our first president, who was born on February 22. When Abraham Lincoln became president and helped to reshape our country, many felt that we should honor him and celebrate his birthday as well, and since he was born on February 11th, we then had another February public holiday.

In 1968, the 90th Congress worked to create a system of organizing federal Monday holidays. They moved three existing holidays (including Lincoln and Washington’s Birthday) to Mondays. The law took effect in 1971, and Washington’s Birthday holiday was changed to the third Monday in February, and later became widely known as President’s Day.