Tag: Seldovia Alaska

Community Signs Discussions to be held November 27

| November 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Tim Dillon, Dillon & Dillon

To everyone in the community:

I am holding a community meeting on Wednesday, November 27 from Noon to One, in the Sea Otter Community Center to discuss SIGNS.

This discussion will be one of two community discussions I will sponsor over the next three weeks. We as a community need to prioritize where signs are needed, what types of signs they should be and what they should say. As a starting point I indicated on the Byways grant that we will have signs at the OtterBahn, Rocky Ridge Trail and in the new Gateway Pavilion to be built on the harbor front.

These signs will be interpretive and informational. They will be fairly large and are required per the grant award. In addition to these signs we need to prioritize directional signage through the community to assist visitors. We have all seen tourists standing here or there with maps in their hands wondering which way to go. We need to address this issue for sure.

Please show up and help out.

Tim, Ila & Amelia Dillon

KPBSD school board member named AASB President

| November 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Pegge Erkeneff

Soldotna, November 19, 2013—Sunni Hilts, KPBSD school board member representing district 9, took leadership in her new position as President of the 15-member Board of Directors for the Association of Alaska School Boards (AASB) during the 60thannual conference and youth leadership institute in Anchorage, Alaska, November 7-10, 2013.                                

“I am honored to be president of an organization made up of men and women who believe children are our top priority,” said Hilts. “School board members are so important to our children and to our state.  I believe that we will make a difference as we use our voice together—a difference for children.”

“All of KPBSD is proud of Sunni taking the helm of the AASB board,” said Dr. Steve Atwater, Superintendent. “I know that she is well regarded by her peers from across the state and will do an excellent job.”

“This recognition is another indicator of how highly esteemed our school district is throughout the state of Alaska,” said KPBSD Board President Joe Arness.


The Association of Alaska School Boards is headed by President Sunni Hilts of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School Board for 2014. Hilts is pictured here with the 15-member AASB Board of Directors. In front (from left) are Charlene Arneson of the Chugach School District; Sue Hull of the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District; Tiffany Jackson of the Aleutians East School District; President Hilts; Andi Story of the Juneau School District; Deborah Edwardson of the North Slope Borough School District; and Cass Pook of the Sitka Borough School District. In the back row (from left) are Sarah Welton of the Mat-Su Borough School District; Peter Hoepfner of the Cordova School District; Kathleen Plunkett of the Anchorage School District; Rich Mauer of the Delta-Greely School District; Lon Garrison of the Sitka Borough School District; Mike Swain of the Bristol Bay Borough School District; Ignatius Chayalkun of the Kashunamiut School District; and Angela Washington of the Northwest Arctic Borough School District.


Association of Alaska School Boards, http://aasb.org
AASB Board of Directors, http://aasb.org/content/board-directors
KPBSD Board of Education, http://www.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/board.aspx

Thriving Thursdays

| November 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Robin Giossi

Seldovia is Awarded Grant for Water Storage and Treatment Plant

| November 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

USDA-Rural Development Alaska State Office
800 West Evergreen Avenue, Suite 201
Palmer, AK 99645-6539
Phone: (907) 761-7705


Release No.: 11-13-13


Larry Yerich, Public Information Coordinator
(907) 271-2424, Ext. 125

Alaska Native Villages to Receive Upgrades to Water and Wastewater Systems

USDA-RD Awards Nearly $28 million in Grants to Nine Rural Communities

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – November 13, 2013 – U.S. Department of Agriculture-Rural Development (USDA-RD) Alaska State Director Jim Nordlund announced today the award of 11 grants to help rural Alaska villages finance water system upgrades and improve the quality of life for residents.

“These awards will dramatically improve living conditions for residents of these predominately Native rural Alaska villages,” Nordlund said. “They will enable residents to have safe, modern water and sanitation systems.” Continue Reading

Sea Otters Volleyball Team at Kodiak Tournament

| November 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Screen Shot 2013-11-15 at 7.23.50 PMSeldovia’s Susan B English School’s Mixed Six Volleyball team is playing at the tournament in Kodiak this weekend, and you can view the games here http://www.kibsd.org.  Click on the video link on the right side of the page to view the games live!

The Sea Otters played one game this morning already, and won, but will be playing again this morning at 9:30am – check them out and send off your “virtual support”!

Seldovia Sea Otters to play Saturday at 9:30am!

Kodiak Tournament

Seldovia Museum Winter Hours

| November 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Jan Yaeger