A flat-screen television. A digital camera. Paying off debt. These are options that come to mind when contemplating future Alaska Permanent Fund dividends. Yet, while many indulge in purchasing consumer products, others choose to give back. Starting Jan. 1, Kenai Peninsula residents can donate a portion of their share to 10 different local organizations using the PFD program Pick.Click.Give. Education- and charity-oriented organizations participate in the program.
After two decades of living and serving in Alaska, Suzanne Little is heading south with her husband, Mark Burgener, and daughter Hattie. "A good part of me is sad to be going. Alaska is my home; it's sad and a hard thing to leave this place I love. However, it is a move that we have wanted," said Little Tuesday evening outside the Homer City Hall where she was waiting to introduce the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly to the new director of the Homer Boys and Girls club.
Beekeepers to meet
Winter ball canceled
...needed. For more information, call Dennis Ghormley at 262-2654 or 252-5197. Indoor soccer offered The Boys and Girls Clubs of Kenai Peninsula is taking registrations for indoor soccer. The event is open to youth ages 4 years old (by Friday...
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