WELCOME TO THE CORDOVA CALENDAR for the 19th...

A few classifieds first... (4/19) Join the Cordova Chamber of Commerce for the Cordova Economic Summit April 19th at the Cordova Center. This free event will include drop-in sessions throughout the day from 8 to 4:30 featuring presentations, emerging opportunity panels, roundtable discussions, and business-to-business exchanges. Free luncheon provided. All local business, organizations and those interested in the economic development of our community are invited. Come to just some of the sessions or the whole day. Please RSVP at chamber <dot> com.

(4/21) Cordova’s16th annual 2 by 2 CancerWalk is Saturday, the 21st beginning at noon at the Cordova High School -- a 2 mile walk to honor all whose lives have been touched by cancer. Please register at the Health Fair Saturday morning; AND sign up for the raffle to win a $50 Amazon gift certificate!  Also, Everyone is invited to the Circle of Hope ceremony at 11 am in the CHS commons; plus, support the head shaving event afterwards at the fire department.

(4/22) Earth Day Rally, April 22nd, with the theme “Stand with the Gwich'in: Protect ANWR and the caribou calving grounds, Conserve Energy, and End Plastic Pollution.  At 10:30 am, there’s the  St. George's Earth Day Church Service; at 11:15, Salmon snacks and rally organization at St. George's;  at 11:30 am Walk from St. George's through downtown Cordova; and from 12-12:30 Meet at Fisherman's Memorial for the Rally.  Contact Rev. Belle Mickelson for details at 5143

The Prince William Sound Copper River regional planning team will meet at 9 AM Thursday, April 19th in the PWSAC office conference room on Main street.  The public is welcome.

Cordova School Board’s LUNCHEON WITH SENIOR STUDENTS is April 19th at 12:25 PM in the Cordova Jr/Sr High School Media Center.  A Quorum may be present, but no action will be taken.

Senior lunch is enchiladas today, baked chicken tomorrow. Schools serve biscuits and gravy for breakfast, teriyaki chicken for lunch today, cereal and yogurt for breakfast, chicken burger and fries for lunch tomorrow.

And looking at the school music program calendar:  happy birthday Cassi Septien, Jon Nichols, and Kaiden Graves.

Remember all this information is on our website (including any items that didn’t make the air (and there are quite a few) -- look for the AC logo at cordovaradio.com.

That's our calendar for the 19th -- have a great day Cordova.


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Cordova Little League registration is now underway, and there’s a new website this year to make the process easier than ever.  Check it out at Cordova L-L <dot> com, and let’s get ready for another great season of baseball.

It’s week 6 of the 7 day survival kit project to keep you prepared in case of emergency.  This week, pick up, for each person, 1 gallon of water, 2 cans of fruit, 2 cans of vegetables and 2 cans ready-to-eat soup.  Also this week, get a Sewing kit, Disinfectant, and Extra baby supplies such at bottles, formula, and diapers. Remember, every Alaskan should be able to make it for at least 7 days without assistance.

(apr21) The 2018 Cordova Health Fair will be on Saturday, April 21.   For more information, call 424-3622.

The next Science Center Tuesday Talk is the 24th at 7pm in the Forest Service.  This one is “Circulation in Port Valdez with Regards to Flushing and Retention of Water and Areas at Higher Risk of Contamination from an Oil Spill”, by Shelton Gay.  Learn about features of the circulation, how the circulation influences both flushing and retention of water in different layers, and which locations around the Port are at a higher risk of contamination, should there be a major oil spill.

Cordova Cleanup Day is coming!  Meet at the Main Street entrance of the Cordova Center on Saturday, April 28th at 10:00 A.M. to grab your free garbage bags, gloves and cleaning location assignment. Spend some fun time outside making Cordova cleaner, and then come back at noon for a BBQ lunch, free for all volunteers!

KLAM and KCDV have classified ad space every day, 10 times a day between the two stations, for just $25 a week - plus we post your ad on cordovaradio.com at no extra charge.  If you have something you want to sell, a job posting, or a fundraiser coming up, put local radio and internet to work for you.  Call, fax, email -- whatever’s best -- and get your classified ad on KLAM, KCDV, and cordovaradio.com.