We at the Sterling Community Center, would like to thank all of the individuals and organizations who donated their skills, funds, food, time and space for the Card Street Fire Relief Effort. We are so proud and honored to be a part of such a generous community that pours out so much support when their neighbors are in need. With over 200 volunteers and benefactors, we cannot thank everyone individually, however we would like to acknowledge the following businesses to the best of our knowledge that contributed to this effort. A special thanks to:
Jon Patrick Ployhar, longtime Sterling resident, was killed by Alaska State Troopers on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 after a minor traffic violation. He was 49. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015 at the Sterling Community Center, 38377
It started out as an idea to make a home movie in the small town of Sterling and now the kids and producers involved with the project are on their way to Hollywood to walk the red carpet at the International Family Film Festival. "It was actually the idea of our executive producer David and Verssa Walber. It was going to be an end of the school year project so we were looking for something new that wouldn't be re-doing another play or somebody else's script, but we wanted something that would capture the essence of the youth in Alaska, so we created a story about six teenagers and an Alaskan experience that turned their comfortable, self centered lives into a life threatening lesson of survival as an ill-prepared afternoon snowboarding trip turns tragic with injury and sub-zero temperatures. Thus the title '48 Below!" said Tina Wegner who wrote the screenplay.
Two Sterling missionaries have managed to get out of harm's way in Kenya, but their trials are not yet over as they remain somewhat stranded in Africa.
It is not unusual for high school students to produce songs, poems and slide shows for their graduation programs this time of year, but not many productions go on to become Hollywood major motion pictures.
Two Sterling women are resting easier today knowing their missionary loved ones have managed to escape the violence in Kenya that has left 300 dead.
Rocks and bottles were being hurled at their hotel, people were being stoned, buildings broken into and through it all a 13-year-old boy and a 72-year-old man from Sterling held fast to their belief that God would protect them and save them from Kenya's violence.
Longtime Sterling resident Sandra Gayle Cox, 64, passed away on Monday, August 18, 2014. A celebration of life will be held Sunday, August 31 at the Ministry of the Living Stones in Sterling at 11 a.m. Sandra was born Jan. 10, 1950 as a baby boomer
Sterling resident Joan Mary Kuczmarski, 77, was called to be with the Lord Wednesday, June 13, 2012. A celebration of her life will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 24, 2012 at The Ministry of The Living Stone Church. (The corner of Otter Trail and
Sterling resident Debra L. Anderson died Sunday, March 30, 2008, at her home in Sterling. She was 56.
Peninsula Clarion ©2013. All Rights Reserved.