Jewel Lake Ice Fishing Jamboree

Feb 7 & 8 from 10am to 3pm

FREE

Lots of prizes and fishy fun!!!!!

Ice Fishing… Bait provided… Pre drilled holes… Poles provided

 

Hot chocolate, Coffee, Treats and prizes!!!

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Feb 2nd SLCC Meeting Agenda…

Here’s the summary of the agenda for Monday, February 2nd, 6:30 pm Sand Lake Elementary School Library….

6:30 pm

SLCC Regular Meeting Begins / Opening remarks and Announcements… 

6:35 pm

Local Municipal Assembly Report / Update of current issues from our local representatives…

7:00 pm

Alaska State Legislative Report / Update of current issues from our local representatives…

7:20 pm

Dedicated time for Airport issues

7:30 pm

followup regarding improvements for Jewel Lake Park – Maeve Nevins, ASLA Park Planner

7:45 pm

Whitehall Street Water Main Extension – John Rescober, AWWU

8:00 pm

Kincaid trail lights – Lissa & Kyle Wright

8:15 pm

Update from Jim Munter on the Sand Lake Watershed Studies

8:30 pm

Any Other Business…

Agenda for Jan 5th 6:30 pm Regular Council Meeting…

Agenda for tonight, Monday January 5th 2015
6:30 pm Sand Lake Elementary Library:

6:30 pm

SLCC Regular Meeting Begins / Opening remarks and Announcements… 

6:35 pm

Local Municipal Assembly Report / Update of current issues from our local representatives…

6:55 pm

Alaska State Legislative Report / Update of current issues from our local representatives…

7:20 pm

Dedicated time for Airport issues

7:30 pm

More improvements for Jewel Lake Park coming – Maeve Nevins, ASLA Park Planner

7:45 pm

Development on Sand Lake and 80th – Little Bear Services, LLC – Bob Burnett

8:15 pm

Any Other Business…

2015

Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge Update…

Update from FAR…

2014 Cranes of Gratitude

It was a dark and peaceful night. The sun had long since set. Thank you to everyone who helps take care of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge and the wildlife that depends upon it! 

Photo shows the fabulous stainless steel sandhill crane art that doubles as places for people to park their bikes while enjoying walking the nature trails at CCENA. With a cable lock you can easily tether several bikes to one crane.

Kiosks 1 & 2, shown here, host interpretive signage highlighting key species the sandhill crane and Cook Inlet beluga whale, and a triptych of flora and fauna one might see while visiting CCENA over the course of a year. Enjoy learning more about the wildlife of the ACWR and adjacent lands and waters by reading the beautiful new signs recently installed.

 
If you haven’t visited the Campbell Creek Estuary Natural Area, you may find it by Googling 9531 Selkirk in Anchorage.
 
Yours truly,

Barbara

 
Barbara Carlson

Friends of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife  Refuge (FAR)
PO Box 220196
Anchorage, AK 99522-0196