WOW, what a fantastic community. As I am just getting started working with the Chugiak-Eagle River Food Pantry, I am very impressed by the outpouring of contributions that make our community a better place.
Recently, a group of former Eagle River High students came back to talk to my classes about college. These students graduated between 2010 and 2013 and transitioned to universities ranging from Ivy League to state schools. I asked them to talk about how to smoothly transition to college.
The Eagle River Lions would like to thank the schools, organizations, volunteers and the community for their generosity during the Christmas season. They are the Eagle River Parks and Recreation, students and staff at Alpenglow and Ravenwood Elementary schools, Carrs-Safeway, Boy Scout Troop 230, Lydia Henderson and various other individuals.
In February 2011, our daughter, Sarah Daria Matthew, was diagnosed with brain cancer. At the time of her diagnosis, Sarah was a senior at Chugiak High School. Our family began a battle for her life and the community of Eagle River and Chugiak stood with us.
The Special Olympic bowling group of Eagle River would like to thank the Eagle River Elks. They have once again provided us the use of their banquet room so that we could have our Christmas party.
Alaska has a vast wilderness, but in this town of Eagle River, people could agree that there isn’t much activity to do. Sure, there are parks and activity you could do outdoors, but why is there nothing for indoor activity?
Children are around many different things that can make it easy for them to overeat and harder for them to exercise. Texting, surfing the web, watching TV and playing games on the computer are activities that require very little energy. They can take up a lot of time since kids get addicted to beating that next level.
We would like to thank all who participated in the Walk-A-Thon to bring awareness to ALS. Your support was greatly appreciated.