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Reflections at Christmas Time

This morning, I’m sitting at my desk reflecting upon Christ’s return that was the topic of a recent worship service. Each scripture read was filled with encouragement and certainty of Christ coming again. After reading a scripture, the preacher would ask, “Are you ready for his return?”

Teach with love and caring while remaining loyal to the church

On October 8, 2013, Pope Francis announced to the world that in October of 2014 there would be an Extraordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on topics related to the family and evangelization.

A conflict worthy of Christian prayer

As news interest regarding activity in the Middle East has turned away from the conflict between Hamas and Israel with the current focus on covering U.S. involvement in the coalition attempting to thwart the threat of militant Islamic groups in Iraq, an Eagle River pastor continues to remind the members of his church and other community members to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. He also encourages Americans to look behind the mainstream media in an effort to be better educated regarding current events in the Middle East.
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A Tale of Tails

More than 73 years ago, three Lions from Detroit, Mich. had a dream that they could build a school to train dogs for people who are blind or visually impaired. Lions from all over the world helped this dream come true. Over 14,500 people have left Leader Dog, walking proudly, safely and independently with a Leader Dog harness in their left hand full of Lion love in the form of a guide dog.

“The Night Before Christmas”

Lions busy spreading Christmas cheer

It is upon us, the “holiday season.” That time of hustle and bustle of finding that special gift for that special someone. The time to spend with family and friends sharing the fellowship of the holidays.

Lions Relieving Hunger

As we sit back with our stomachs full from our Thanksgiving dinners and all of the leftovers, you might not know that one in seven children in our State struggle with hunger. Lions across the world are banning together during December and January to help relieve that problem.

The magic of Christmas, from your Lions

It’s the time of year when happiness prevails, joy and peace are in the air and when most take time to stop, look around and take a deep breath. The children dream of twinkling lights, beautifully wrapped presents under the tree and a warm meal with their loved ones. This is such a cheerful thought and the wish of most adults, to keep the magic of Christmas alive in the memories of our children.
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Fire Company gets coupons

The Chugiak Volunteer Fire Company has received help in securing a new fire truck from 5,000 miles away. This week the Courier received a letter from Natalie Brooks who is visiting with her parents at Merrimac, Mass.

“Statehood”

The shouting is over, but the joy and enthusiasm lingers on! I’m speaking, of course, about Congressional approval of statehood for this great country of ours. It was a memorable occasion for the majority of Alaskans the day the word was flashed instantaneously by the miracle of teletype. After years of struggle, red tape, delay and what-not, the victory was finally ours.

“Peters Creek boy goes to national ski meet”

“Two seniors named for the Gruening Award”

“Vandalism is prevalent in this area”

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Starlight October 20

Starlight October 20

“Residents line up to buy new 4S iPhone.
Starlight

Starlight

“What would Chugiak's pioneers think of the Palmer Highway if they were to drive through the community today?”
Facebook page connects Chugiak-Eagle River

Facebook page connects Chugiak-Eagle River

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