|VOLUME 1 NUMBER 2 APRIL 6, 1987||
YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY FORUM
KING COVE DOLPHINS TAKES ALEUTIAN REGION
Sand Point High School students traveled to Juneau to attend the Close Up Program with their teacher and sponsor Roger Steinbrecher. The students participating were Amy Eubank, June Minneman, Honey Wilson. Jim Morgan. and Paul Ludvick. Close Up is a program that teaches students to become more involved and acquainted with government procedures. While at Juneau the students had the opportunity to sit in on both a house and a senate session. These sessions were preceded by seminars and program staff introductions about the activities that were to be observed Each seminar was conducted by an expert on the subject and consisted of a 15 to 20 minute lecture followed by a question and answer period.
The Bill Research Project. a high point of the trip, introduced the government class to issues facing the state and how the issues are handled in the legislative process. All students were given a chance to use the computerized bill retrieval system and to interview the legislators about their roles in government. The class learned how to conduct an interview and they participated in a press conference held by the lieutenant governor .
On last day of the trip the students acted as the legislative body in a mock session. They followed parliamentary procedures. voting on bills previously researched.
Near the end of the trip the students were able to attend activities
for their own fun and enjoyment. One such activity was the banquet and
dance sponsored by the Close Up staff at the Juneau Yacht Club.
AN OPEN LETTER OF CONGRATULATIONS TO
Margaret Eubank, EMT II From
Dear Margaret and new Squad Members;
It is with great pleasure that the practitioners of the Easter Aleutian Region welcome the new graduates of the recent EMT I program in Sand Point to an elite cadre of care providers. You have much to be proud of, it is not an easy accomplishment to successfully complete the program that Margaret has tasked you with. She is the "best instructor that you or any EMT could have and she has installed a quality of training in you that will hold you in good stead over the years.
Congratulations from: Richard G. Calef, PA-C and the Consulting and working staff in conjunction with C&B, Inc.; Kevin Luppen, PA-C * Mary Jane Calef * Al Hall, PA-C *Stan Smith, MD * Kevin Creelman, MD *Andy Pulliam, MD and the Cold Bay EMS Squad.
William Eubank Elected State School Board President
On March 13, William R. Eubank of Sand Point, was elected President of the State Board of Education to replace Ernestine Griffin. Eubank will fill this seat until normal election take place in June of this year.
Mr. Eubank has been a member of the State Board of Education for the last four years and also served on the Sand Point School Board from 1973 to 1977. He taught in several schools throughout Alaska; one year at McLaughlin Youth Center in Anchorage, two years in Belkofski, two years on St. George Island and four years in Sand Point. In his new position Mr. Eubank represents the third Judicial District.
*This is a representation of the paper. This issue had twelve pages.
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