May 3, 2018 –
I’m in the airport waiting for the plane to Fort Yukon…
I’m resending our wonderful EARTH DAY Church Service, Walk, and Rally last weekend because it bounced back on many of your emails! Check out the article I wrote for the Cordova Times attached below along with some great pictures taken by Chelsea Haisman or go on line and see the article and pictures http://www.thecordovatimes.com “Cordovans Rally for Earth Day”
SHOREBIRD FESTIVAL IS THIS WEEKEND! Look forward to a lot of great events
5:30-8 pm 4H SEAFOOD LASAGNA DINNER at the Elementary School
10:30 am is the St. George’s Sunday May 6th Morning Prayer Service. There will be Godly Play for the children with Dustin Solberg and/or Christina Vican as leaders. Musicians come early at 10 am to practice.
Check out our web pages at http://www.cordovaepiscopal.org and http://www.reddragoncordova.org We also have a village music ministry–and we’ve now have been to 47 villages!! www.dancingwiththespirit.org
RAFFLE ITEMS NEEDED for the St. Georgian Year of the Roof! Kris Kokborg is donating a quilt–and we need more items to put a new roof on our church–for a summertime raffle…. We had a great turnout for last week’s rummage sale! Thank you everyone!!
Thanks for your prayers for Carl Allen, Jr. who is struggling with cancer and for Neva’s mother Bonnie and for Deb’s Papa who came through his surgery and is doing much better! God is good!
Need help with your WOODPILE–GETTING OR STACKING WOOD?
Call Jonathan Morehouse 424-7470.
YOUTH GROUP HAS CHANGED TO THURSDAY NIGHTS from 5:30-7 pm at the Red Dragon… The leaders are Matt and Kristel Rush. Call Matt Rush at 423-284-3347 for info–or if you can provide dinner any week.
MONDAYS is a MOMS, POPS, AND TOTS PLAY GROUP meeting at the Masonic from 10 am to noon during the school year. Explore developmental issues while playing with your kids. Call Katie Goodale 424-2232 or Cheryl Eleshansky 424-2238 for more info.
On Tuesdays, we’ve started a Gospel SING ALONG for Hospital Residents and Staff from 4-5 pm. Come and sing with us. Bring your instruments if you would like to…
WEDNESDAY 7 PM COMMUNITY PRAYER TIME! Set your alarm….and wherever you are stop for a minute or more and send your prayers to help friends and families–and everyone here and around the world. Pray for love, joy, peace–and joining together so that everyone can feel safe and loved with adequate food, housing, meaningful work, and a sense of belonging and working together for the common good…
DEVOTIONS 7 pm Wednesday nights at 7 pm at St. George’s. Come and sit quietly by candlelight for 20 minutes and then share… .
HOMEPORT is open on Sat. nights from 7-10 pm with great cups of coffee, desserts, free wi-fi, board games!! Enter at the side door below the Cordova Community Baptist Church.
AL-ANON is returning to Cordova! It’s for friends and families of alcoholics. Meetings are Monday nights at 7 pm at the Wellness Center (old DMV office). For more info, contact Katie at 907-965-5909.
Help Cordovans in need by donating your canned goods, non-perishable and frozen items!
Drop food off at the Little Chapel’s upstairs entrance on Lake Avenue or at the Native Village of Eyak’s office in the New Harbor.
The Native Village of Eyak (424-7738) is a food pantry for the Food Bank of Alaska and the Little Chapel (424-3629) is part of the Salvation Army Extension Service with food available from 10 am-2 pm the 2nd and 4th Saturdays. Call them in the case of food emergencies between those times. .
Recycle your Fishing Web
Fishing web can be dropped off at the Cordova City Baler in the fishing web recycling container.
Please remove any non-nylon material (remove cork and lead line).
TO JOIN THE Recycling Action TEAM Call Shae Bowman 424-3334 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
THE CITY RECYCLES PAPER/CARDBOARD, ALUMINUM CANS, AND GLASS at the lot behind AC.
LEAD ACID BATTERY RECYCLING behind NVE building. Small batteries can be recycled at the PO–along with aluminum cans.
ILANKA Health Center offers 2 free appointments for those ready to do something about their addictions to drugs and/or alcohol. Call 424-3622.
GET IN SHAPE at Bidarki, our saltwater pool (now open at 7 am Tues. and Thurs. for lap swim or exercise–and 8 am MWF) or at the Masonic Temple weight room which is open 24 hours (check out the key from the police department). Bidarki also has longer hours for those with passes.
There are some Tai Chi classes on Tues., Thurs, and Sat. at St. Joseph’s Parish Hall from 1 to 1:30 pm.
CURRENT RHYTHMS teaches Yoga and Dance Classes. THEY ARE CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF TEACHING DANCE IN CORDOVA! Call 424-3632 to sign up for classes–or just come!
Bryan and Bree Mills have adopted a little girl!! And Bryan is offering his services as a computer expert in return for donations to help with their adoption costs… Email Bryan at <email@example.com>
The City of Cordova has an email newsletter, The CORDOVA CONVERSATION. The Conversation is published every Monday, and is designed to be a short, informative digest of issues relevant to most Cordovans. To sign up for this free publication, simply go to the city’s home page at www.cityofcordova.net, scroll down to the “Bulletin Board” and click on the “Stay up on News from City Hall.” That will take you to the sign- up sheet.
Love and blessings,