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Posted: Monday, November 26, 2001

KPC honors part-timers

Kenai Peninsula College has designated today through Friday as "Part-time Faculty Appreciation Week." Part-time educators make it possible for KPC to offer a wide range of classes that would not be possible otherwise. More than 90 part-time instructors teach classes on the KPC campuses in Soldotna and Homer. These people provide an integral part of the educational experience for KPC students.

KPC honors its part-time faculty and thanks them for the vital role they play in higher education on the Kenai. A campus display has been set up to highlight the instructors and the public is encouraged to come by and help them celebrate the "part-time heroes."

Anyone interested in becoming a part-time instructor at KPC can contact Suzie Kendrick at 262-0320 for more information.

Soroptimists offer awards program

Soroptimists International of Twin Cites, Kenai and Soldotna, is offering the Violet Richardson Awards Program to young women between the ages of 14 and 17. This award honors young ladies for their volunteer actions, such as fighting drugs, crime and violence, cleaning up the environment and working to end discrimination and poverty.

Twin Cities Soroptimists will present a $200 cash award as well as contribute $200 in honor of the winner to her volunteer organization. Club level winners then become eligible for state and national awards. Applications for the award program are available at Kenai Community Library, Soldotna Public Library, the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula, area high schools, Bridges or by calling Rosanne Van Ray at 262-4339. Applications must be received by Dec. 1.

Hospice offers holiday sing-a-grams

Hospice of the Central Peninsula will bring "Sing-a-Grams" to area businesses and professionals. Volunteers will go to a workplace and sing two holiday carols. A donation of $25 is requested with all proceeds benefiting hospice programs and services. Local businesses can arrange for a "Sing-a-Gram" this December by calling Sue at hospice at 262-0453.

Homer Community Schools announcements

Old Fashioned Caroling will be offered Dec. 9 and 15 for ages 8 and up. All children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Enrollment and rehearsal is Dec. 9 at 1 p.m. in the Homer High School choir room. The caroling will take place Dec. 15 starting at the high school parking lot at 5 p.m. Refreshments will be available at long-term care and Friendship Terrace. There is a $5 per person or $10 per family fee.

Snowmobile Safety and Maintenance has been rescheduled to Dec. 6.

Whole Grain Breadmaking and CPR/First Aid and Basic Life Support still have space available.

Anyone interested in being a tutor or in need of a tutor can call the community schools office.

For more information, call 235-6090.



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