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Precious Flowers & Gifts
1517 Mill Bay Rd # 1
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Apr 22, 2016
Homer's Best Bets
They’d all be living closely and have to get along and set aside their differences. Put them on the Homer-Seldovia-Kodiak run on the Kennicott and after a few Gulf of Alaska crossings, they’d be so seasick they might even pass an income tax.
They might also come to appreciate this wild and wonderful corner of our planet, a good way to prep for Earth Day activities this weekend. Come home soon, senators and representatives. Your families and friends miss you. It’s time to enjoy this amazing spring, maybe with some fun stuff like these Best Bets:
BEST WE LOVE YOU BET: Show some love for Ma Earth with Earth Day activities this weekend. At 7 p.m. Friday the Kachemak Conservation Society holds a free Earth Day Gathering at the Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center. Arctic adventurer and filmmaker Bjorn Olson talks about his winter fat-bike expeditions. At 8 p.m. Saturday, the conservation society also sponsors a concert by Ray Troll and the Ratfish Wranglers at Alice’s Champagne Palace. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.
BEST CLEAN-UP SEASON BET: The streets are getting swept, flowers are coming up and everyone seems to be out in the yard working on gardens. Help spruce up the Homer Public Library at 10 a.m. Friday with its War on Weeds. Bring garden tools. And hey, while you’re at it, if you see any trash along your walks, take a bag along to pick it up.
BEST BIG TOUR BET: If the Legislature had been holding session on the M/V Kennicott, they would meet the Tidelines Ferry Tour artists, a group of four creative souls visiting Alaska coastal towns as part of a residency. Sponsored by the Sitka Island Institute, artists Teri Rofkar, Chantal Bilodeau, Allison Warden and Michelle Kuen Suet Fung perform at 7 p.m. Monday at the Bunnell Street Arts Center. At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday they hold a Climate and Culture Conversation at the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.
BEST WE HEAR YOU BET: Bunnell artist-in-residence Gwendolen Chatfield has been in Homer this month creating an aural folk map of our town. Hear what she has come up with in a concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bunnell Street Arts Center.
(Homer News)Feb 3, 2016
Ketchikan recognized as a Coast Guard City
Coast Guard City. ”
Ketchikan joins 21 other communities across the country with the moniker, including two others in Alaska: Sitka and Kodiak.
The Ketchikan borough, city and chamber of commerce combined efforts to apply for the designation. Borough Mayor Dave Landis read from former Mayor Dave Kiffer’s application letter.
“As a tight-knit island community of 14,000 residents, we rely on the ocean to eat, play and make our living. Ketchikan is one of the busiest cruise ship ports in the U.S. and is nicknamed the salmon capital of the world, as we rank in the top 20 for commercial fishery landings. None of this would be possible without the brave men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard. “
The Coast Guard presence began in Ketchikan with its Alaska predecessor, the light house service, in 1918.
The evening continued with the presentation local awards. Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Julie Isom presented the award to the 2015 Business of the Year.
“The name of this business says that it’s about what makes Ketchikan the robust outdoors place that it is.
Kenneth Perry and Eric Tyson accept the 2015 business of the year on behalf of Timber and Marine Supply.
Kenneth Perry and Eric Tyson accepted the award on behalf of Timber and Marine Supply. Entrepreneur of the Year went to the co-owners of Sweet Mermaids, Debi Hansas and Shirley Solaas, who after three years in business expanded and doubled their downtown space.
“It has been our pleasure. We’ve shed tears and look at our bank statements and go, ‘What the hell are we doing this for?’. It’s crazy. Shirley and I, we truly enjoy doing what we do.”
Sweet Mermaids co-owners were honored as Entrepreneur of the Year.
This year’s award for Outstanding Youth Leader went to Kelly Johnson the adult leader, of the Ketchikan Public Library’s Teen Advisory Group.
“They are amazing. I am so grateful to have the chance to work with them every month planning for their future, planning for our future. I am so grate... (KRBD)Jan 8, 2016
Veterans, leaders, artists, educators -- they made a mark
U.S. Navy, having enlisted at age 22, and rose to the rank of lieutenant commander. In her 22 years of service, she was stationed in Naples, Italy; Kodiak, Alaska; and Midway Island.
Barrett, who was born in Lowell and graduated from St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, died in February at age 89.
* Greta Bowley, Tewksbury: A war bride -- someone who meets her husband while serving in war -- Bowley was a corporal in the Royal Army during World War II when she met Edward Bowley, a member of the U.S. Army Air Corps.
Together, the Bowleys founded Tewksbury Industries, the parent company of Tewksbury Metals, Tewksbury Auto Parts and others.
HoweSun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.
Bowley died in April at age 95.
* Jean C. Bratton, Chelmsford: She was married to Raymond W. Bratton for 55 years when she died January 23 at the age of 76. Jean worked as an administrative assistant at the Roudenbush Community Center in Westford, was a parishioner of St. Mary Parish in Chelmsford, and co-founder of the Chelmsford Youth Girls Figure Skating Association. She enjoyed playing golf, clogging, and taking walks with her faithful cocker spaniel, Freckles.
* Arlene Breault, Dracut: She was devoted to working with children and was employed as a teacher in the Tewksbury School System at the North School for 35 years. Arlene held a doctorate in education. During her last years, Arlene shared her life with her best friend, Paul Pedneault, and his family, who adopted her into their family.
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She was 83 when she died on February 25.
* Francis T. "Frank" Burns, Dracut: Frank proudly served in the Navy under the command of Admiral William "Bull" Halsey Jr. aboard the flagship USS Argonne. He worked in the beverage industry for more than 40 years, and became an amateur craftsman of sorts in his retirement. He died Feb. 25 at the age of 94.
* Edward S. Byrne, Tyngsboro: He enrolled in the U.S. Navy during his senior year at Lowell High School on the same day his brother Thomas H. Byrne's ship was attacked during the battle of Ormoc Bay, Philippines. After the war, he received a mas... (Lowell Sun)
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