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Posted: Monday, May 07, 2001

Domestic violence seminar offered

The Women's Resource and Crisis Center will offer a domestic violence education seminar today from 4 to 5:15 p.m. in room 201 at Kenai Peninsula College. Today is last seminar of the series; it is open to the public. For more information, call 283-9479.

Salmon celebrations slated

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game's STREAM program will hold its annual Salmon Celebration series Tuesday at Johnson Lake in Kasilof. The celebrations are held to increase school children's awareness of salmon and to foster a sense of stewardship toward the natural resource.

Children will release coho salmon fry they raised in the classroom from eggs or will release catchable rainbow trout or coho salmon smolt. More than 600 children will start the celebration at 10 a.m. and go through 2 p.m. Other celebration will be held throughout Alaska this week. For more information, call (907) 267-2265.

Food bank directors to meet

The board of directors of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank will meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the food bank. For more information, call 262-3111.

Concerts planned in area

Grandma's Hope Notes, a family of musicians, will perform at the following senior citizen centers:

Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Friendship Center in Homer;

Friday at 11:30 a.m. at the Ninilchik Senior Center; and

May 14 at 2 p.m. at Heritage Place in Soldotna.

For more information, call (907) 235-0502.

Historical society plan last meeting

The Kasilof Historical Society will hold its last meeting until fall on Thursday. The business meeting begins at 6 p.m. and the program at 7 at Tustumena Elementary School. Kenai Peninsula College Professor Alan Boraas will present a lecture on the history of Kasilof River fishing. The meeting is open to the public.

Registration under way for swim lessons

The Soldotna High School swimming pool is taking registrations for its summer set of swimming lessons. Classes will be Monday through Friday and cost $40 for 10 lessons. Classes start June 4 and June 18. Because of limited class space, preregistration is recommended. For more information, call 262-7419 or stop by the pool.

SoHi seeks volunteer painters

Soldotna High School needs painters from the community for a special project. Students and visiting artist Margret Hugi-Lewis are decorating ceiling panels for the school commons.

They have 90 soundboards to paint with a black and white design by Monday afternoon and then 285 soundboards to paint in 10 different colors by Friday. The school is appealing to outsiders for help in this massive undertaking.

Participants will paint in the school art room Monday through Friday all day until 6 p.m.

The school also will have an open studio this Sunday starting at 1 p.m. To help Sunday, enter the school through the back door by the custodians' parking.

Bring lunch or a few dollars to share in ordering pizza.

Hugi-Lewis is an internationally known artist overseeing this project, which is made possible by a grant from the Alaska Council on the Arts.

For more information, contact Ann C. Wilson, SoHi art teacher, at 283-0625 or 260-7046.

KCHS choir reunion planned for June

Registrations are now being accepted for the first Kenai Central High School choir reunion being held June 2 for anyone who has sung under the direction of Renee Henderson. Contact information for all former students, as well as standby host accommodations are being sought. For more information, call 283-8364 or visit http://www.kchschoir.com.



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