SUV for sale
2005 GMC Envoy SLE 4WD, 80,500 miles, seats 5, automatic, Black exterior with grey cloth interior, excellent condition, clean, cruise control, a/c, power everything, dual zone climate control, cd player, fog lights, tow package. It is already winterized and includes a two way auto-start. Gas mileage is 18-19 on the highway, 14-15 in town. It is in really great condition, nothing wrong with it. We are asking $14,000 for it with the cargo topper, $13,700 without it. Please contact Candice for more info or check it out. firstname.lastname@example.org or x8037
Water Hauler's Special
UPDATE: 8/30/10 Truck sold; water tank still available
1988 Chevy Scottsdale 6.2 liter diesel 4door 4x4 pickup
60,000 miles – two owners – me & Alascom $1500 firm
325 gallon ‘mushroom’ water tank $300
Both for $1,650
They ain’t pretty – they just get the job done! Call 388-6140
Fridge for sale
For sale - White 1.7 cubic foot refrigerator $25.00. Contact Mike Humphrey
Orrefors Claret wine glasses
Orrefors Claret Swedish crystal wine glasses. A full set of 12, will sell as two sets of six. These regularly retail for $60 per glass. They are beautiful glasses! Visit their web site with more information on the product: http://www.unicahome.com/catalog/item.asp?id=54961&PartnerID=AMZN
I'm asking $40 each for these never-been-used glasses, still in the box. $240 for set of 6; or $400 for the full set of 12 glasses. Call Erika at 8227, or cell at 460-1196, or e-mail email@example.com
Save your Box Tops
Please save your Box Tops over the summer! If you don't already have a school to donate them to, please bring them to Kim in 103. If you don't know what I'm talking about, please come over and I'll show you an example. Each Box Top is worth $0.10 for schools to buy computers, playground equipment, art supplies, etc. Box Tops are on a myriad of products: cereal, tissue, binders, refrigerated biscuits, and LOTS more. It's easy to support our local kids and schools!
Free Classified Ad listings
The classified section of the Statewide Voice can be used to sell, buy or trade household items, vehicles, computers, etc. It is also a great place to advertise fundraisers or events for sports teams, scout troops, churches and other organizations. No commercial advertising please. To list your classified ad or event listing contact Statewide Voice editor Monique Musick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calendar Of Events
Friday, August 27, 2010
Girl Scouts Hollywood Premiere Recruitment Event
All girls grades K-12 are invited to join us for a star-studded evening with games, music, movies, and more! This FREE event is being held at the Pioneer Park Exhibition Hall from 6-8pm on August 27th. So girls, bring a friend or two, and come walk the red carpet, dress up, and pass the evening in style like a movie star! For questions about this event contact Farthest North Girl Scout Council at 456-4782.
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Read Comics in Public Day
"The concept is fairly simple: we’re asking that everyone take an hour or two out of their day on August 28th (also the birthday of Jack “King” Kirby, incidentally) to read a comic book in a public setting—a park bench, a beach, a bus, the front steps of your local library (we do ask, however, that you be mindful of local loitering laws). Let strangers see you reading a piece of sequential art." - – Brian Heater from readcomicsinpublic.com For more information contact Forget-Me-Not-Books, 456-6210.
Monday, August 30, 2010
Personae of War
Award winning authors Karen Button & Katey Shultz will present their works of non-fiction journalism & short-story fiction at The Literacy Council of Alaska’s Forget-Me-Not Books, 7PM Monday, August 30th. Their writing connects with the theme of the on-going wars in Iraq & Afghanistan & shares a very human side of combat. Each author will speak for 20 minutes & will follow with a question & answer session. Audience members can expect “vivid, informed, emotional storytelling that explores various perspectives.” For more information contact Forget-Me-Not-Books, 456-6210.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Biomass: A Sustainable Option for Alaska?
Interior experts will provide an overview of biomass technology for community energy production including a discussion of projects in the Interior and throughout the state. In addition, researchers from the Cold Climate Housing Research Center will discuss ways to improve residential wood burning. 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Blue Loon. Information: http://www.uaf.edu/acep/
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 – Thursday, September 30, 2010
Arctic Innovation Competition Deadline
The Arctic Innovation Competition is an innovation competition held each year by uaf. It encourages anyone to apply with innovative ideas that show novelty, utility, feasibility, and value. There is no entry fee and applicants may submit as many ideas as they wish. The competition gives out $19,600 in cash prizes. The deadline for idea submission is September 30, 2010 and the competition will be held on October 29, 2010. For more information or to submit an idea please visit our web page at www.arcticinno.com
Friday September 3, 2010
Art openings at local galleries. Times will vary by location.
Co-Op Arts Grand Opening Celebration
Co-Op Arts, a new artist cooperative and gallery in downtown Fairbanks, will hold its Grand Opening Celebration on Friday, September 3 from 5-8p.m. The event will include a fresh sampling of work from all ten artist members, three hourly door prize giveaways, and live entertainment from the Fairbanks Klezmerin Band from 5-7p.m. The celebration will be held in Suite 103 of the Co-Op Plaza, at 535 Second Avenue in downtown Fairbanks.
Monday, September 6, 2010
Most university departments closed. Paid holiday for staff.
Sunday September 26, 2010
Soroptimist International 70th Birthday Party
The Soroptimist International of Fairbanks is celebrating their 70th birthday from 1p.m.–3p.m. at Pikes Waterfront Lodge. Enjoy brunch while the Sweet Adelines singing. There will also be a silent auction. The price is $25 per person or $40 per couple. You can get ticket at Material Girls or "S" Salon or call 907-456-3878. It is recommended that you purchase your tickets before the event.