The Alaska Center for the Blind is proud to announce a three-year grant to identify Mat-Su residents with uncorrectable vision loss and improve their overall health and well being through vision rehabilitation.
Crushed gravel resurfacing by mid-September was promised for the Birchwood Road at a meeting of the Birchwood Community Club, held last Monday night at the home of Lester Juhnke.
“For there is no respect of persons with God.” — Romans 2:11
On Saturday Jan. 28, a new Lions Club was born.
Just a little more than two years after Chugiak was founded in 1947, the residents realized that school would very soon become a major problem.
The Alaska filming of the upcoming Hollywood film “Big Miracle” included $7.7 million in spending on goods and services with 80 different businesses throughout the state, according to Bob Crockett and Deborah Schildt, who want to see Alaska continue to benefit from film industry revenue.
Although the Chugiak Coffee Shop continued to be a common meeting place for the town’s civic organizations...