Basketball registration slated
The Boys and Girls Club will hold registration for its high school basketball league Wednesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. at the club. The season will run Oct. 2 through Nov. 11. The cost is $46 for members and $66 for nonmembers, price includes membership.
For more information, call 283-2682.
Kenai Kennel Club show results for June
The Kenai Kennel Club traveled to Anchorage for the Alaska Kennel Club shows on Saturday and Sunday June 24 and 25 with the following results:
Ch Aim-hi's Alaskan Flyer, a golden retriever
Owner: Marcia Kardatzke and Beverly Nolan, was Best Opposite Sex both days.
Manor's Gabriel aft Midnight CD, a golden retriever
Owner: Janice Ashpole, was Best of Winners on Sunday.
Willow Wood's Glace De Noir CD, TD, a gordon setter
Owner: Jane Dullum and Christopher Dullum, was Best Opposite Sex on Saturday and Reserve Winner's Bitch on Sunday
Tarma's Odd Man Out Mldd, a miniature long-haired dachshund
Owner: Leslie Batchelder, was Best of Variety and Group IV on Saturday and Reserve Winner's Dog on Sunday.
Conjer's Kaleidoscope MLD, a miniature long-haired dachshund
Owner: Tammy Flanders, was Reserve on Saturday and Best of Variety on Sunday.
Nuforest Willow Rose MLD, a miniature long-haired dachshund
Owner: Nicole and Tammy Flanders, was Best Opposite Sex on Saturday and Reserve on Sunday
Conjer's Double Delight ML DD, a miniature long-haired dachshund
Owner: Tammy Flanders, was Reserve on Saturday.
Cambria's Indredable Journee, a Doberman pinscher
Owner: Leslie Batchelder, was Winner's Dog on Saturday and Reserve Winner's Dog on Sunday.
Von Marc's Oh I'm Promising CD, a rottweiler
Owner: Tammy and Wayne Bortz, was Best of Breed on Saturday and Best Opposite Sex on Sunday.
Fresa's Penny's From Heaven, a smooth chihuahua
Owner: Karen Oglesby, was Best opposite Sex both days.
Chka'roo's Taylor Maid, a silky terrier
Owner: Ronda and Karen Oglesby, was Best of Breed on Saturday.
Sagacious Little Buddy Blue, an Australian cattle dog
Owner: Lori and Ray Galliher, was Best of Breed and Group IV on Saturday and Best of Breed on Sunday.
Denali's Promised Legacy, a Shetland sheepdog
Owner: Susan H Lovett, was Best Opposite Sex both days.
Chursrs Borealis Forest Gump, a bouvier des Flandres,
Owner: Terri Eddens & Renske V Moore was Best of Breed and Group III on Sunday.
Chursrs Borealis Denali CD, a bouvier des Flandres,
Owner: Kevin and Mary Dougherty was Best Opposite Sex on Saturday.
Midnight Suns Line of Fire, German shepherd dog
Owner: Wendy Nickel was Winner's Bitch on Saturday.
Nicole Flanders was third in open junior class junior showmanship on Saturday with her miniature long haired dachshund, Conjer's Kaleidoscope on Saturday.
ACEMS accepting nominations
The Governor's Alaska Council on Emergency Medical Services (ACEMS) is now accepting nominations for its annual EMS awards.
The governor, ACEMS and the state EMS office wish to recognize deserving individuals and services that have shown commitment and dedication to providing emergency medical services in Alaska.
There are eight EMS award categories including: consumer/citizen, provider, researcher/administrator, Longenbaugh Memorial (EMS physician), Melissa Ann Peters Memorial (nurse), EMS educator, outstanding ambulance service award and special commendations.
Nominations should come in letter form and be no longer that 500 words, with relevant newspaper articles or other materials, including a photo of the nominee if possible.
Forms can be obtained by contacting EMS Awards, Community Health and EMS section, P.O. Box 110616, Juneau, AK 99811-0616. The deadline is Sept. 12
Awards will be presented Nov. 9, 10 and 11 at the 25th Alaska EMS Symposium held at the Egan Convention Center in Anchorage.
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