Community briefs

Posted: Friday, February 26, 1999

Church of Nazarene to install pastor

The Juneau Church of the Nazarene will be installing a new pastor at 11 a.m., this Sunday, Feb. 28, at the church, 3220 Mendenhall Loop Rd.

Rev. Doug Stude and his wife Joanie are moving to Juneau from Sitka, where Stude has pastored the Nazarene church there since 1988. The Studes have a daughter, Sarah, who is a student at Northwest Nazarene College in Nampa, Idaho; and a son, Joshua, who is a student at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego.

Alaska District Superintendent Larry White will officiate at the installation service, and Rev. Stude will bring the morning message, followed by a church potluck.

Alaska Native Camp membership potluck

The Alaska Native Brotherhood and the Alaska Native Sisterhood of Camp 70 will be having a potluck membership drive at 6:30 p.m., March 1, at the Salvation Army Hall.

There will be door prizes and other fun activities. It is important that all members attend and please bring a perspective member. The potluck is open to the general public and anyone who is interested in joining the organization.

For more information, call 790-2983 or 586-4908.

Spring Job Fair to be held March 13

The Spring Job Fair may be the answer to local businesses and employers looking for more staff this spring or summer.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 13 at the Nugget Mall, job seekers and employers can make an employment connection. Any employer can have a free booth in the mall for the day. Those seeking work can check out the available offerings, and set up interviews.

To receive a booth sign-up form and/or for more information, call 465-8943.

Coast Guard women seek charity requests

The Coast Guard Women's Association is currently accepting applications from local charities who desire financial donations. Non-profit organizations interested in applying for funds can call Janice at 790-3486 or Lori at 789-0499 for a grant application. Applications must be received by the CGWA by April 1.

Rotary clubs seeking food, cash donations

Juneau's three Rotary Clubs will hold a food drive to benefit the Southeast Alaska Food Bank, a United Way agency, this Saturday.

The food drives will be held at A&P, SuperBear and Carrs Market. Donations of food and/or money will be accepted. The Rotarians will be available at the stores from 11 to 5 p.m.

Bartlett House opening set for this Saturday

The grand opening and dedication of the Bartlett House is scheduled for 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 27, at the building location on the Bartlett Regional Hospital grounds near the helicopter landing pad.

A fund-raising dinner will be held the same day, 6 p.m. no-host cocktails and 7 p.m. dinner, at the Baranof. Tickets are $50. For information and/or reservations, call 789-4980.

Safe boating classes are beginning March 1

The annual Spring Boating Skills and Seamanship classes taught by the Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla begin from 7 to 9 p.m., March 1, at the DEC building in the second floor conference room. Registration begins at 7 p.m., today, at the DEC building (410 Willoughby Ave.).

For more information, call John Stone at 364-4633.

Benefit swing dance to be held March 6

A benefit swing dance for the Alaska Folk Festival will be held from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., March 6, at the Scottish Rite's ballroom, 206 4th St., downtown.

Free childcare will be available. Admission is $8 in advance (Hearthside Books), $10 at the door. Children 10 and under are free. UAS students and seniors receive a discount.

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