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(12/8) “Stage of the Tide presents Mamma Mia!, a spicy Swedish meatball
of a musical featuring ABBA’s (AW-buhz) hit songs. Performances
are December 7th and 8th, Saturday and Sunday evenings at 7:00 in the
North Star Theater,with a Sunday 2:00 matinee. Tickets are $15 --
and available at the Net Loft, the Cordova Museum, and at the door.”
(12/15) The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a
Deputy Director -- a full-time, regular position that works closely
with the Executive Director to provide effective oversight and
management of all NVE programs in accordance with strategic plans as
developed by the Tribal Council and NVE Tribe. Education and
Experience Requirements are as follows: Bachelor’s Degree in
Business/Management, Master’s Degree in Business or Public
Administration or equivalent preferred. Five years’ experience in
tribal government management preferred. Two years’ experience with
contract negotiations preferred. Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org,
fax to 424-7739, or drop off at the NVE main offices by the harbor.
This position is open until filled. Complete job description can be
found at the NVE main offices or online at eyak-nsn.gov.
(12/17) The City Human Resources Dept. is accepting applications for A
REGULAR, FULL-TIME REFUSE MAINTENANCE I position. Starting Pay:
$18.81 – $22.75 per hour + benefits, DOE. FIRST REVIEW OF PUBLIC
APPLICATIONS is December 17th. Applications & additional
information available at City Hall; 424-6200.
(12/27) Ilanka community Health Center Patient Satisfaction Surveys are
out, and you can enter for a chance to win! Fill out a patient survey
and get a chance to take home a gift certificate to the Cordova
business of your choice! $50 WEEKLY DRAWINGS ON FRIDAY 12/13 &
12/20… $250 GRAND PRIZE DRAWING ON FRIDAY, 12/27!
(12/31) CEC's 33rd annual Christmas decorating contest will be judged
between december 15th and 31st this year, and winners will receive $100
off their electric bill. See the complete list of categories in
the webmall at cordovaradio.com, call 55-55 to report on any display
that MUST NOT BE MISSED, and bringing in a PHOTO of a local display is
acceptable as well.
Coming soon this holiday season, KLAM and KCDV are excited to announce
a new member of our broadcasting family -- the CordovaTV YouTube
channel! Our vision is to make this channel into the TV station that
Cordova has never had -- and starting Monday, December 10th, we’ll be
kicking things off with an inside look at people and organizations all
over town showing off the skills they’ve got to offer Cordova this
holiday season! So don’t wait -- head over to cordovaradio.com, click
the TV button to learn more, and you can even subscribe if you like!