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Kathleen Jane Hickey, 54

95-year-old was aircraft gunner in WWII

The first time I met Mike Kowalewski at the Chugiak Senior Center, I thought, “This man is something else.” We’re part of a writer’s group that meets at the center every Friday afternoon. Mike is a vigorous man, animated and fun to be around. When you talk to him, his eyebrows arch up, and his blue eyes sparkle and crinkle with happy wrinkles. He smiles a lot, and his smile is an impish grin. He has a stocky build, and most often is dressedin blue jeans and a denim work shirt over suspenders, a typical sourdough outfit. He’s lived in Alaska for 48 years.

Fine Arts Cabaret celebrates 10 years of ERHS

Students showcased their best work at the Eagle River High School Fine Arts Cabaret on April 10, which also served as a celebration of the school’s 10th anniversary. The cafeteria turned into a concert venue as choirs, the jazz ensemble, the combined band and orchestra, as well as voice and instrument soloists, performed. The commons area took on a museum appearance with rows of paintings, sketches and pottery pieces displayed. A long horizontal display of photos and newspaper articles documenting the school’s decade of existence took up the entire stage area. Demonstrations of art production in action included several students throwing and spinning clay projects on pottery wheels, and student Chasse Sexton drawing via computer with the result displayed on a giant screen for event attendees to watch.
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A big and powerful sound

Witchcraft meets stagecraft

The witch hunt is on at Eagle River High. On stage that is. The school is presenting Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 at 7 p.m. The drama follows the Salem witch trials that were held in the late 1600s in Massachusetts.
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Chugiak-Eagle River makes the grade

According to rankings compiled by the State of Alaska, schools in Chugiak-Eagle River are among the highest-ranked in the Anchorage School District and statewide.

Chugiak wins Legion baseball title

Snowy state meet

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