Today’s Announcements

To get your announcement or classified on the air, send an e-mail to info [at] KTNA [dot] org or call 733-1700 during office hours, 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. You can read all announcements, classifieds, and Denali echoes from our website.
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Coming up on KTNA:

Wed–On Alaska News Nightly–A Fairbanks militia leader has his appeal hearing in federal court. Also tonight, three Haines Assembly members survive a bitter recall election. Those stories and more at 6:30.

On the 40th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death, we’ll air a one-hour radio documentary about Elvis Presley’s love for gospel music, his roots in the church, and the stories behind his greatest gospel recordings and performances. On Wednesday’s Pick this evening at 7 pm, listen to: He Touched Me: Elvis’ Gospel Music.

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Live music in the KTNA listening area:

Tonight Wed Aug 16th: Ukulele Russ
Friday and Saturday 18/19and 8/20:  Orion One Man Band
Sunday 20th:  Mario Cabroni Honky Tonk Rebel

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edit after Thurs am–The 2nd Annual Healthy Life Color Run is happening Wednesday August 30th. This fundraising event aims to create awareness for healthy living, and raises funds for sports fees, meal tickets and field trips at Su Valley Jr/Sr High School. You can run, jog, or walk the 3K course at your own pace, and it’s open to the whole family.

Early registration gets you a t-shirt, bib, and color packet. Early registration ends 9 am tomorrow Thursday August 17th. Home school and public school students register for free online at sunshineclinic.org/color-run, or on paper, which can be picked up at school or either Sunshine Clinic location. Parents and community members wishing to register or donate can do so at SCHCmscr.eventbrite.com. Volunteers are also needed for race day. For more information, you may call Anna Jolley at 733-9208.
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didi DADA (dee-dee DAH-dah) presents a community film every Thursday in August. This week they’ll be showing “Captain Fantastic”, an American comedy-drama film written and directed by Matt Ross and starring Viggo Mortensen. The story centers on a family that is forced by circumstances to reintegrate into society after living in isolation for a decade. It’s rated R so is Restricted, with no one under 17 admitted without an accompanying parent or guardian. The film series celebrates raising kids alternatively off the grid and in nature. It’s at the Sheldon Community Arts Hangar. The conversation starts at 6:45, the show starts at 7:30. There is a small admission charge.

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Veteran Benefits Assistance is offered at the Talkeetna Sunshine Clinic Friday August 18th from 10am-2pm.  Services include:
*    PTSD Treatment for Combat Veterans
*    Benefits Assistance- GI Bill, disability, etc.
*    VA Health Care Enrollment

Attendance is open to Veterans of all branches and eras including Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve components as well as their dependents and survivors.

For more information please contact: Randy Reamer, Outreach/Education,  376-4318   or randy [dot] reamer [at] va [dot] gov

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This week’s performing artists on the Live at Five stage are Alaskan singer-songwriters Emma Hill and longtime music partner Brian Naste. Live at Five is the free outdoor concert, every Friday evening at the Talkeetna Village Park, sponsored by the Talkeetna Chamber of Commerce, the Denali Arts Council, and many local businesses and non-profits.

KTNA will be at Live at Five this week.  Come by to say hello, grab a snack, and thumb through some vinyl albums that are duplicates in our stacks.  We’ll also have eclipse shades so you can be prepared to view the Great American Solar Eclipse safely on Monday morning.

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There will be Camp Meeting Services this weekend the 18th through the 20th at River of Life Church, Petersville Road, Trapper Creek. Services are Friday and Saturday at 7:00 p.m., and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. with a barbecue following the service. Childcare will be provided during services, and a campfire will follow the evening services. A free will offering will be taken Saturday at 2:00 p.m. There will also be volleyball for 6th – 12th graders. For additional information please call 733-2102.

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Calling all prospective kindergarten students and parents:  Kindergarten will begin on Monday, August 21st at 8:30 am! Before that memorable day arrives, the staff at Talkeetna Elementary would like to meet with each student for a 30 minute roll-in appointment during which they will prepare for the first day. They will screen kindergarten readiness skills and play games involving large and fine motor skills. Appointments are available on Thursday, August 17th. Please call the office to schedule your roll-in appointment.

Talkeetna Elementary is looking forward to meeting and greeting all this year’s kindergarteners during these important appointments.   If you have not pre-scheduled your appointment please call Kaki at 733-9400 to schedule.

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Mobile Mammography will be available in Talkeetna on Monday August 21st.   Providence Imaging’s Mobile Mammography technician will be located at the Talkeetna Sunshine Community Health Center starting at 9AM. Calls to reserve a 15 minute appointment may be made to (907) 212-6266.

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It’s that time again, starting September 12th at 9:30 am. The Breakfast Book Club will have their first meeting. They will be discussing To the Bright Edge of the World by Eowyn Ivey. There are lots of copies available at the Talkeetna Library. For more questions call the library at 861-7645.

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occasional thru 9-5–Nominations for the Talkeetna Community Council’s board of directors are being accepted through the closing of nominations at the Tuesday September 5th regular monthly meeting. Seats are for three two-year terms.  Residents of legal voting age whose primary residence is within the TCCI Boundaries are eligible. All nominees must complete a declaration of candidacy form available at the website talkeetnacouncil.org. The election date is Tuesday, October 3rd. You may visit the TCCI website for more information, or contact members of the nominating committee:  Whitney Wolff  733-2711, or Chris Grabowski 907-315-6211.

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Thurs thru Fri middays–Softball for kids is at 3:00 p.m. every Friday at the downtown Talkeetna ball field. All elementary school aged kids are welcome to join . Nothing is needed except a love for the game!

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read Mon-Tues midday, Friday:  Recycling of the usual materials  is open at the Talkeetna Transfer Site from 1 to 5 on Tuesdays and from 11-3 on Saturdays.  If you can volunteer for a two hour shift on a  Saturday or Tuesday, contact Cici at 355-8324, or go to the Facebook page Talkeetna Recycling Works.

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Flying Squirrel Bakery Cafe’s August art show features paintings by Eva Vischer.

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Thursdays thru Friday –The  Willow Farmers Market is open every Friday from 2-7pm through Sept 15th. The non-profit Willow Farmers Market features all Alaska Grown, Alaska produced, and Alaska made items with  several Talkeetna vendors. It’s located at mile 68.8 Parks Highway.

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The Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline Project (ASAP) will run along Parks Highway communities.  To find out more information on this project and how it will impact your area, visit the ASAP Project website at: asapeis.com

The deadline for providing comments is Monday, August 14th. Comments may be emailed to ASAP EIS Comments at ERM dot com. (asapeiscomments [at] erm [dot] com)  You can also contact Project Manager Sandy Gibson toll free at (800)-478-2712.

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Tuesdays, Wed am–Volunteer services are needed for a community project making Christmas stockings for the food pantry. Everyone is welcome at the Upper Susitna Senior Center every Wednesday from 11 am-5 pm.

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occasional–The Ranger Program at the Talkeetna Historical Society Museum is daily at 1:00pm. All are welcome to join a NPS ranger around a scale model of Denali and surrounding peaks to learn about climbing, history, glaciers and more.

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A Caregiver Support Group meets on the first Monday of every month from 10:00 – 11:30am at Sunshine Community Health Center in Talkeetna.   This is a professionally facilitated program to listen, learn and share your experience. Registration is not necessary. For more information call 733-9207.

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read if time allows–Burn permits are required for open burning of debris and the use of burn barrels in the Mat-Su Borough. You can pick up a general burn permit at your local fire station or at forestry.alaska.gov/burn.  You are required to follow the Safe Burning Requirements, and you are responsible for any fire you set or cause until it is ‘dead out.’ To check whether conditions allow burning, call the burn permit phone number:  907-761-6312.
Campfires and warming fires less than 3 feet x 3 feet do not need a general burn permit. Remember burn safely, have tools and water, and put the fire out before you leave.

Fireworks are prohibited in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, except on New Year’s Eve. During fire season, April 1st to August 31st, throwing any burning material, including fireworks, on forested land, whether public or private, is a misdemeanor under state law.

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occasional thru Sept 29th–The Susitna Community Council is now accepting applications for the FY2016 Community Revenue Sharing Grant Program. This year there is $19,300.00 available for non-profits operating in or providing benefit to the Susitna Community Council area. If you would like to apply, visit www.susitnacc.org and to download an application. Applications are due September 29, 2017 by 5:00 PM.

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occasional thru Sept 30th–Denali National Park and Preserve is seeking a diverse suite of voices for its Artist-in-Residence Program to share the park’s unique story through art, with an eye to the future. Artists-in-Residence applicants are asked to focus on the subjects of sustainability, recycling, re-purposing or climate change. Alaska Native artists and artists between the ages of 16 and 25 are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications will be accepted through an online process hosted by CaFÉ (CallForEntry.org) thru September 30th for residencies during the winter and summer of 2018.  For more information, you may go to the link on KTNA’s announcement page.

https://www.nps.gov/dena/getinvolved/arts-program.htm
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read occasionally– thru October 13th–Talkeetna Community Council is now accepting applications for revenue sharing for FY16. The application is available on the TCC website for download at Talkeetnacouncil.org . Copies will be made available at the library for those who cannot download the application. The application period closes October 13th. Contact Christie Seay with questions at 315-1605.
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read occasionally– thru October 13th–The Chase Community Council is now accepting applications for revenue sharing for FY16. The application is available on their website www.chasealaska.org for download. Copies will also be available at the library. Application process closes on Oct 13.  Any questions 733-1251
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KTNA members can  have their birthdays announced on the air with the KTNA calendar!   Anniversaries and additional family members’ birthdays can be included, too. If you are a sustaining member, please email your name and the month and day of your birthday to info[at]ktna.org, or call the office at 733-1700 during regular office hours.
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KTNA Classifieds
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Are you organized, comfortable with spreadsheets and social media, and like planning events?  Then you might be interested in the Development Coordinator position at KTNA.  A full job description is available at KTNA’s website. This is a year-round part-time position with paid leave. Contact Corinne (cuh – REEN) Smith with questions at manager [at] ktna [dot] org or (907) 733-1700.

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thru Fri am–Looking for a house in the Mat-Su to rent or rent to own. Dry cabin without power okay. Contact Alice Murick at 907 202-4257.

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thru Wed-For sale:  BowTech compound bow outfitted with extras and ready to go hunting.  Like new.  White Digital metal detector with three size pads.  Like new.  9 foot Sea Eagle inflatable boat.  New in box, never opened.  Windshield for 2005 Honda Rancher ATV, new in box.  Call 217-720-5484.

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thru Thurs midday–Found Thursday near Answer Creek: Samsung Galaxy Express.  Call KTNA at 733-1700 or stop by the station to identify and claim.

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thru Wed–Craft vendors needed for Christmas Holiday Bazaar at the Hangar on November 4th.  Call DD at 733-1212.

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thru Sun–The Mat-Su Borough Clerk’s office is in search of registered voters in the Talkeetna area who would be willing to serve as poll workers for the Borough’s regular election on Tuesday October 3rd. Compensation and training are provided. More information is available on their website, or call 861-8683. Apply online at matsugov.us/elections.

thru Fri am–Free firewood, almost an acre’s worth, in Caswell Lakes area. Call Pat 232-1044 for details.

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 Host the local news at KTNA!  If you like to read, are detail-oriented, and have about a half hour to volunteer for morning, midday, or evening news one day a week, give KTNA a call. If you can’t commit to a weekly spot, you can help out when you can. 

Have you always wanted to host your own radio show? And are you planning to live in Talkeetna at least through the fall months?   KTNA has several weekly evening music shows open for volunteers. Call 733-1700, or email info [at] ktna [dot] org.

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Denali Echoes

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•  Denali Echoes are no longer aired on Saturdays, at least for the near future.  On Sundays you can still hear echoes at 6:25 pm.

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thru Wed am–To Sharon at Gold Creek – we’re coming for you!  Friday the 25th for the afternoon.  There shouldn’t be too many of us so don’t be scared.  Let Kenny know if you’re around and if you need anything from this direction. from Cortni

 

 

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