It’s week 3 of the 7 day survival kit project to keep you prepared in case of emergency.  This week, pick up 1 gallon of water, 2 cans of fruit, pen and paper, a local map, feminine hygiene supplies, pain reliever, 2 cans of meat, laxative, and an additional gallon of water for each pet.  Remember, every Alaskan should be able to make it for at least 7 days without assistance.

A big thanks for all our sponsors and boosters for the 2017-2018 Wolverine basketball season on KLAM -- including our three super-sponsors: your cordova telephone cooperative, Trident Seafoods, and Goodrich Accounting.

Cordova School Board BOARD LUNCHEON WITH FRESHMAN STUDENTS is March 20th at 12:15 PM in the Cordova Jr/Sr High School Media Center.  A Quorum may be present, but no action will be taken.

Village of Eyak Tribal Council meeting the 20th at 5pm in the Ilanka Board Room.  Tribal Members are urged to attend

The next science center Tuesday Talk is “The Yukon-Kuskokwim National Wildlife Refuge and the Spectacled Eider (EYE-dur) Research Program” by Melissa Gabrielson.  It’s March 20th, 7:00pm in the forest service.  The Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta is one of the three breeding areas for this strikingly beautiful duck. Come learn about research efforts to determine the reasons for its dramatic population decline.

City council meets Wednesday in the Cordova Center, Community Rooms A & B -- starting with a work session at 6pm on the city financial audit, and maybe RV camper parking if there’s time.  The regular meeting follows at 7.  KLAM will broadcast the meeting the next night, Thursday at 6pm, and make the audio available online as well.  Plus, the packets are posted on our website in the extras section of cordovaradio.com.

Senior lunch is spaghetti today, salbury steak tomorrow, Schools serve scrambled eggs and toast for breakfast, tuna noodle casserole for lunch today, bagel and cream cheese for breafkas,t pizza for lunch tomorrow

And looking at the school music program calendar:  we remember Frank Steen.

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

That's our calendar for the 20th -- have a great day Cordova.

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(23/26) The Native Village of Eyak, Ilanka Cultural Center, Ilanka Community Health Center, and other NVE facilities will be closed the 26th in observance of Seward’s Day.  All medical emergencies should go to the ER at CCMC, as always.  In addition, those same facilities, EXCEPT for the health center, will be closed the 23rd for Chenega Day.

The Annual CDFU Educational Scholarship Application period is open until March 30.  There are three scholarships available.  Learn more by visiting cdfu.org.

Have you filed your Permanent Fund Dividend application?  The Deadline is March 31st.  Online applications at p-f-d <dot> Alaska <dot> gov, or you can get Paper applications and assistance from our local LIO – Call 424-5461 for an appointment.

The Alaska Dept. of Health and Human Services will soon provide life saving training on how to stop bleeding.  It’s designed for those with little or no medical training, but who may be called upon as immediate responders to provide initial trauma care and bleeding control to a victim prior to the arrival of emergency medical services.  The training is free on Friday, April 6th, 6:00 PM at the fire department. Call joanie @ 763-242-6535 to RSVP so they know how many treats to bring.

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

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.