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Live Music & Events

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette Alyeska Ski Club U14 Kea Anderson, a Girdwood resident, drops into the Waterfall pitch in the first of two Alyeska Cup SuperG races Friday, February 8.

Live Music & Events

Live Music

Brown Bear Saloon
Indian
$5 burgers and free pool on Wednesdays

Sitzmark
Girdwood
Feb. 14-16 – North Mississippi All Stars
Feb. 21-23 – Maximum Love Vibes

Chair 5
Girdwood
(shows 10:30 p.m.)
Feb. 14 – Ukulele Russ
Feb. 21 – Up a Mountain

Silvertip Grill
Girdwood
(shows 8-11 p.m.)
Feb. 15 – The Cheapest Key
Feb. 16 – Todd Grebe
Feb. 18 – Open Mic Night
Feb. 22 – Gary Steadman
Feb. 23 – Steve Norwood

Creekbend Café
Hope
Creekbend Sessions, 7 p.m.
Feb. 16 – Tyson Davis

Community Calendar

Feb. 14 – Turnagain Arm Community Council meeting, Valley Bible Chalet, Seward Highway, MP 102, Seward HWY, 7 p.m.
Feb. 18 – Girdwood Board of Supervisors Meeting, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Feb. 19 – Whittier City Council, Public Safety Building, Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, 7 p.m.
Feb. 19, Mar. 19, Apr. 6 – Free Tax Prep, Girdwood Community Room, 12-3:30 p.m.
Feb. 19-Apr. 30 – GriefShare ministry, Valley Bible Chalet, Tue. 6:30-8:30 p.m., 29135 Seward HWY, Indian, (907) 653-0001
Feb. 26 – Girdwood Area Plan Update Committee meeting, Girdwood Community Room, 6-8 p.m.
Feb. 27 – Girdwood Inc./Girdwood Alliance Lecture Series, 10 X 10 X 10, Girdwood Community Center, doors 6 p.m., lecture 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Mar. 4 – Public Safety Advisory Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Mar. 5 – Girdwood Trails Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Mar. 6 –Paint Nite fundraiser benefitting Glacier Valley Transit, Sitzmark, 7-9 p.m.
Mar. 11 – Land Use Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Mar. 27 – Girdwood Inc./Girdwood Alliance Lecture Series, Oliver Colbert, Girdwood Community Center, doors 6 p.m., lecture 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Scholarships Available for Community-Minded Students
Calling all students – the Community Service Scholarship is a great way to get help paying for college. Every spring, two graduating seniors from the Four Valleys area (Girdwood, Bird, Indian and Portage) are granted $1,000 each to assist with the cost of higher education.
These scholarships are awarded to students who best demonstrate a history of making their community a better place. Whether you’re in high school, middle, or grade school – it’s never too late or too early to look for volunteer opportunities. Not only does it feel good to make a difference, you may be a recipient of the Community Service Scholarship.
Are you looking for ways to volunteer? Here are some ideas:
• FVCS Nordic Ski Club – Have fun outdoors and assist kids in grades 1–6 learn to ski. Monday afternoons through Mar. 4. Contact Four Valleys Community School: 742-5317
• Alyeska Snow Classic – Help sell tickets to this important fundraiser for Four Valleys Community School. Ticket sales take place in March at local businesses. Contact Four Valleys Community School: 742-5317
• Parks & Recreation – This summer, volunteers are needed to assist trail crews with building and repairing local trails as well as general maintenance for the skate park, tennis courts and playground. Contact Kyle Kelley: KelleyKT@muni.org.
Applications for this year’s scholarship will be available in early March and available online at www.fourvalleys.org. The Community Service Scholarship is sponsored by partnership between the Girdwood Turnagain Arm Lions Club and Four Valleys Community School.

Meat Donations
Clearing out your freezer? AWCC needs meat donations. We graciously accept game, fish, red meat and poultry. Meat cannot be freezer burned, processed, smoked or seasoned. If you have questions, please contact us at info@alaskawildlife.org.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette Girdwood’s Lucy Lukes, skiing for Alyeska Ski Club, was fifth in the first of two U14 Alyeska Cup slaloms Saturday and sixth in the second.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette
Girdwood’s Lucy Lukes, skiing for Alyeska Ski Club, was fifth in the first of two U14 Alyeska Cup slaloms Saturday and sixth in the second.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette Alyeska Ski Club U14 Kea Anderson, a Girdwood resident, drops into the Waterfall pitch in the first of two Alyeska Cup SuperG races Friday, February 8.

Bob Eastaugh / Special to Glacier City Gazette
Alyeska Ski Club U14 Kea Anderson, a Girdwood resident, drops into the Waterfall pitch in the first of two Alyeska Cup SuperG races Friday, February 8.