Dan Henry, please call the Ramseys at 766-3697.
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Attention Haines residents--The June sampling of PSP at Haines area beaches had results VERY high above the DEC Action Threshold. PSP often blooms during summer months. Please be aware that consuming mussels from Haines area beaches could contain potentially lethal levels of PSP. For more information on PSP in Haines and Alaska visit www.seagrant.uaf.edu
Navigator Michelle Kittle and Andrea Thomas, SEARHC Outreach and Enrollment Manager are hosting a booth at the SE Alaska Fair to assist people with questions about the Affordable Care Act, Health Insurance Marketplace. Questions will be answered about filing exemptions and tax fines for not having health insurance coverage. For more information, please call Andrea Thomas at (907) 966-8883 or 752-3336
The International Wilderness Leadership School is offering a Wilderness EMT course on August 30, with a discount for locals. Call 766-3366 for information and registration.
Alaska Mountain Guides is offering free programs for students. There will be a Bald Eagle Float Trip on August 8th, Kayak Adventure on August 16th, and Ziplining on August 23rd. Please call 766-3366 for information and to reserve your place.
Haines Emblem Club is hosting a Hot Dog and Rummage Sale Fundraiser, Saturday August 2nd at the American Legion Hall. Hot dogs for sale, and also a bake sale. Starts at 10am and goes until hot dogs and items are gone. Call 303-0148 for more information.
Writer Dan Henry along with Native and non-Native elders teach in-depth classes tracing the history, social and cultural significance of Native/non-Native interaction in Lynn Canal from 1867 to the present. The final session will be August 7th from 9am to 1pm and includes a potluck lunch. Registration and detailed class description at 7echoes.org, or for U of A credit contact Community Ed at 766-6727.
The Senior Center care-a-van is available Mon - Thurs from 8 to 5. Rides are provided for people over 60 and people under 60 with a disability. For more information or to schedule a ride please call 766-2383