Sitka Daily Sentinel Archives, Apr 22, 2016, p. 13

Sitka Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) – April 22, 2016, Sitka, AlaskaPage 4, Daily Sitka Sentinel, Sitka, Alaska, Friday, April 22, 2016
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Jeannie Jay, MFT
Marital & Family Therapist
New Listing! 903 Lake St.
Room to stretch out and a location convenient to schools, trails and
stores. This 2379 square foot home has the kitchen, dining room, liv-
ing room, 3 bedrooms, bath and laundry room on the upper level.
Downstairs there is a bonus living space, bedroom, bath, office with
built-in desk and cabinets, storage room and garage access as well
as a patio door to a backyard fire pit area and fenced, landscaped
yard. The large garage has added storage and workbench as well as
a carport and driveway with plenty of level parking.
The location is ideal for an evening stroll for ice
cream at a nearby restaurant, walking around the
lake, hiking on the Cross Trail, or attending events at
Sitka High School or the Performing Art Center!
Listed by Michael LaGuire ~ Broker, Cathy Shaffer
738-2885, 747-5636 ~ 315 Seward St. ~
– Sales
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Help Wanted
University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka
Campus. The Advisor will provide indi-
vidualized academic planning,
goal-setting, and course selection
guidance to UAS Sitka students
through meetings conducted in-per-
son, by phone, and other distance de-
livery means. We are seeking appli-
cants with a strong desire to help stu-
dents successfully achieve their aca-
demic and workforce development
goals, and who are ready to join an in-
novative faculty and staff invested in
our students and the community of
Sitka. Bachelor’s degree in a related
field and three years relevant experi-
ence in student affairs (advising, stu-
dent activities, administration) is re-
quired. This is an 11-month per year,
full-time position. Recruitment closes
April 27, 2016. For information regard-
ing this position call Nicole Rogers,
Human Resources at UAS Sitka Cam-
pus, at 747-7706 or e-mail at Apply
on-line at, job
no: 497279. University of Alaska is an
EEO/AA employer and educational in-
[1] CHARR the association for
Restaurants, Bars and Liquor stores is
recruiting a COO. The COO will be
groomed to take over for the CEO
when he retires. For information about
application process, timing and qualifi-
cation visit and click
on employment opportunities found
under the About tab.
dant. Sitka Petro Express is looking to
hire two part-time employees to assist
customers at the service station. See
full job description and apply online at Petro
49 Inc. is an equal opportunity em-
ployer and promotes affirmative action
for minorities, women, disabled per-
sons and veterans. Petro 49 Inc. pro-
motes a smoke-free workplace and as
such, limits smoking at all facilities and
is a drug-free workplace.
MCDOWELL GROUP is recruiting for
surveyors to conduct in-person visitor
research. The purpose of the study is
to measure activities, satisfaction,
spending, and other visitor characteris-
tics. Experience is preferred, but will-
ing to train. Positions are part-time on
an irregular basis. Great opportunity
for students and retirees to earn extra
income while working flexible hours.
Pay starts at $17/hour. Surveys will be
conducted at the Sitka Airport May
through September. Shifts will be once
a week for a few hours and occur at
various times during the morning, mid-
day, and evening. Interested appli-
cants should submit a resume/work
history to
Please call 907.586.6131 if you have
any questions.
needed to provide professional leas-
ing, management and operations of a
56 unit affordable housing apartment
complex in beautiful Sitka, Alaska.
Candidates must possess excellent
customer service skills, general office
skills, superior computer and office
equipment experience and must be
able to deal with the public effectively
and with tact. 40 hours per week at
$14 to $20 per hour/DOE, plus free
3-bedroom apartment with utilities.
Please email a copy to your resume to
John Hess/Operations Manager at and request
a copy of our application. This institu-
tion is an ADA Accessible, Fair Hous-
ing provider and Equal Opportunity
Employer & Provider.
Living (SAIL) is hiring for a part-time
Employment Specialist. This position
will provide a wide range of employ-
ment-related services to persons with
disabilities. $19/hr. A full job descrip-
tion and application available at
$40k-$55k/yr. Sitka Tribe of Alaska.
For a complete job description and ap-
plication visit or 456
Katlian Street. Open until filled.
ALASKA TRAVEL Adventures now
hiring kayak guides/deckhands. Apply
a t b e s t o f a l a s k a t r a v e l . c o m .
LOOKING FOR energetic customer
service individuals for summer season.
Contact Sitka Bazaar.
Help Wanted
hiring full-time seasonal marina/dock
attendants. Visit our website at to view
the full job description and to apply on-
line. Responsible for pumping fuel,
handling cash transactions with cus-
tomers, light maintenance and various
duties in and around the plant includ-
ing the warehouse, main tank farm,
marinas, office, etc. Perform data entry
and/or general office duties as defined
by the Marina Manager. Petro Marine
is a Federal Contractor and Equal Op-
portunity Employer. Veterans and indi-
viduals with a disability are encour-
aged to apply.
SITKA PUBLIC Library: Temporary
Part -T ime Library Assistant .
$10.00/hr. Applicants must have good
customer service and computer skills.
Must be able to work some evening
and weekend hours. Minimum qualifi-
cations include graduation from a high
school or possession of a GED. Appli-
cations are available in the City and
Borough Utilities and HR Offices, 100
Lincoln Street, Rooms 102 or 300,
S i t ka , AK 99835 o r a t Please return all
applications to the City and Borough
Utilities Office. Contact 747-1816 or with any questions.
Application review after Friday, April
22, 2016. EOE.
Homes for Sale
DUPLEX (SIDE-BY-SIDE) w/rental in-
come potential. Great location just a
few blocks from downtown. Both units
have 2-bedrooms, 1-1/2-bathrooms,
partially finished basements. New roof
in 2015 and new windows and doors in
2014. Units have natural light from
large windows in living areas. One unit
has a garage, and the other has car-
port. Asking $385,000. Call 738-8854.
Real Estate
Lots for Sale
$145,000. 321-1232.
homes. Call Baranof Realty, 747-5636.
HISTORIC HOME within walking dis-
tance of downtown. Ideal for creative
persons: studio upstairs; small office
downstairs; 3-bdrms.; 3-baths;
No-Smokers. Call Baranof Realty,
3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, duplex apart-
ment. W/D, DW, microwave. Close to
Keet. $1,500/month plus utilities, secu-
rity, damage deposits. 1-year lease.
Available May 1. 738-6639, 738-0461.
3-BDRM APT. $1,000/mo +utilities.
1-year lease, NO pets. 747-5110.
3BR/2BA, 1400S/F, W/D, NS-pets ok.
Heat included. $1750. 738-4111
NEWLY RENOVATED and upgraded
3-bedroom apartment. NS/NP. New
fridge, W/D. $1,350/month. 747-2600.
3-BEDROOM HOUSE w/monitor
stoves & garage. 1-year minimum.
N/S, N/A. 747 8966.
apt., WD, elec FP; NS/NP, $975+utili-
ties; close to town, accepting apps,
747-4703, lv msg.
3-BEDROOM HOUSE w/monitor
stoves & garage. 1-year minimum.
N/S, N/A. 747 8966.
Items for Sale
BLACK CHAISE Lounge, 2 Flexsteel
lounge chair rockers, twin-size bed
w/dresser & BBQ. 321-1232.
LIKE NEW condition-bargain price.
Traeger pellet grill $400, snow-blower
$400. 623-1086
Boats for Sale
Proven liveaboard and coastal cruiser.
Full set of sails, dinghy, Suzuki 6hp
outboard, many extras. $20,000 OBO
Business Services
COMING SOON! Fairweather Prints’
Mother’s Day Show and Sale Extrava-
ganza. Westmark Hotel, May 3-7,
738-8601 info.
VIRGEL HALE, piano turner, in Sitka
April 23. 747-5764 for appointment,
leave message.
SPRING SPECIAL: 25% off all yard
work until 4/15/16. Pressure washing,
painting, small home repairs and more.
L i c / b o n d e d / i n s . V i s a / M C
censed, Bonded, Insured. Lot clearing,
re-surfacing driveways, landscaping,
tree removal, concrete work, earth
work. Call Shane for an estimate,
Legal Notices
will be holding a public sale at 4317
Halibut Point Road, Sitka, Alaska, First
Judicial District, State of Alaska at 8:00
o’clock a.m. on the 30th day of April
2. The following is a list of items that
are to be sold: SPEAKERS, MEN’S
3. The person on whose account the
above described items are held Is
SITKA,AK 99835.
4. All items sold must be immediately
removed from the premises.
5. A copy of the Notice OF PUBLIC
SALE may be obtained by calling (907)
DATED this 15th day of APRIL 2016.
Robyn J. McCrehin
H.P.R. Heated Mini Storage
PUBLISH: April 15 and 22, 2016
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BIKE GIVEN – Mt. Verstovia Masonic Lodge members present a new bi-
cycle to Keet Gooshi Heen third-grader Carla Coloma, 9, recently. Pictured
are, from left, Carla’s parents, Orestes and Michelle Coloma, and Masons
Jerald Neel and Darrell Windsor. The Masons have given a bicycle to one
student in each third grade class at the school. Third grade teachers are
selected the recipients based on students’ behavior in class and display of
good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a lock and helmet to the
winner. (Sentinel Photo)
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health
Consortium will offer an After-Hours
Nurse Advice Line to Sitka beginning
April 27.
The line is a free resource that allows
SEARHC patients to obtain healthcare
information and triaging services when
the local clinic is not open.
‘‘It is extremely common for health
concerns to arise outside of regular
clinic hours,’’ a press release from
SEARHC said. ‘‘Does the issue require
a visit to the emergency facility, a call
to the doctor, or is it something one
might try to handle with proper home
care? The free After-Hours Nurse Ad-
vice Line offers advice for things as
simple as what over-the-counter rem-
SEARHC To Open Free Line
For After-Hours Nurse Advice
edies are appropriate for a child’s cold
symptoms and as complex as explain-
ing a patient’s new medication.’’
The advice line nurses also are
available and can advise patients dur-
ing what may be a more serious and
stressful health-related situation.
Additionally, patients can download
SEARHC’s free “eHealth” application
through a link on the organization’s
website. It has an extensive library that
can be used to assess immediate health
concerns. The application directs users
to the Nurse Advice Line for further as-
sistance when necessary.
SEARHC said the service is not a
substitute for a relationship with a reg-
ular provider, but is meant to supple-
ment that relationship.
The toll-free number for the new
line is (800) 613-0560.
For more information, Sitkans can
visit or
contact SEARHC’s Health Systems
Specialist, Angela Shipley, (907) 785-
Easter Group
Annual Meet Set
The Easter Group will hold its an-
nual meeting 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 26,
at St. Peter’s See House.
The agenda for the meeting will
revolve around refl ecting and revising
yearly goals and activities, and de-
briefi ng the Project Homeless Connect
The Easter Group works with other
service providers in Sitka to end ex-
treme poverty and empower people.
All are invited to attend. For more in-
formation, contact Julia Smith at 738-
6336, or email to eastergroupsitka@
Agencies Get Call
For Surplus Items
Federal, state, city and tribal gov-
ernments are being reminded that the
USDA Forest Service, Sitka Ranger
District, will have another round of
surplus offi ce furniture.
Viewing will be available starting
April 25. Call Lisa Hirsch-Vilandre at
747-4214 to set up an appointment.
Barn Dance Set
At Odess Theater
A community barn dance is sched-
uled 7-9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at
the Odess Theater in Allen Hall on the
SJ Campus.
Music will be provided by Fishing
for Cats. All dances will be taught and
called. The dance is an alcohol- and to-
bacco-free family event. Admission is
$5 for those 5 years and older, payable
at the door.
Call 747-5482 for more informa-
Work Party Listed at
Japonski Boathouse Sitka Maritime Heritage Society
will have a volunteer work day 10
a.m.-4 p.m. April 23 at the Japonski
Boathouse. Volunteers will work to re-
store eight doors to historical standards
by sanding, painting and renovating,
led by master woodworkers and pres-
ervation experts.
‘‘Learn and support the renovation
of Sitka’s Martime Heritage,’’ organiz-
ers said.
Volunteers should dress warmly and
for dirty work. A light lunch and bev-
erages will be provided. Individuals
can RSVP on Facebook or at sitkamar- Adult Heat Saver,
CPR Class Set
A CPR and Adult Heart Saver class
will be held 6 p.m. April 26 at the Sitka
Fire Hall.
The cost is $40. Sign-up is at the fi re
hall. The instructor is Lolly. For more
information call 738-2214.
‘Parkinson’s’ Topic
Of Monday Seminar
UAS-Sitka is currently broadcasting
seminars from UAF on topics in envi-
ronmental and human health.
The next will be ‘‘Parkinson’s and
the Glowing Worm’’ by Dr. David De-
Pomerai 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 25,
in Room 110 on the UAS campus.
The public is invited.
Health, Medicine
Modalities Discussed
A seminar on integrative health and
medicine modalities is scheduled 2-5
p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the UAS
campus in Room 106.
Several presentations by health pro-
fessionals will take place at this free
community event hosted by UAS. For
more information, contact Julie Shanno
or Dr. Paul Bahna at 747-7749.
Talent Show Set
At KGH School
The Six Annual Keet Gooshi Heen
Talent Show is slated 6 p.m. Tuesday,
April 26, in the school multipurpose
This year’ show is being dedicated
to Ryan Kauffman, who started the tal-
ent show as part of his ‘‘Too Good for
Drugs’’ program.
All are invited to attend. Those with
questions may call the school offi ce at
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