2 Bedroom Apartment- Convenient Location, Includes Utilities
Mother-in-law Apartment near Airport and Pegger. Friendly residential neighborhood. Cozy apartment for great for single person or couple. Includes heat, electric. $975 plus deposit.
Dennis and Kim Eames
Loving In-home Childcare
****Beginning Monday, August 16th, 2010****
• Beautiful neighborhood on Chena Ridge
• Large yard and outdoor play area
• Clean, organized home with designated play area
• Local weekly outings to FNSB Library’s story time, McDonald’s, Pioneer Park, etc.
Caregiver is certified teacher with current State of Alaska teaching certificate.
Full-time applicants only: Monday-Friday, 7:45am -5:00pm
$800/month per child
Local references available.
Call today to schedule an interview and reserve your child’s spot: 456-5424
Fairbanks Youth Orchestra is looking for host families in June
Do you have a young musician in your family? Are you interested in supporting a great local organization, or learning more about musical opportunities for your child? The Fairbanks Youth Orchestra (FYO) is looking for host families June 21-24 to house approximately 70 young musicians from the Young People's Orchestra in California. This orchestra will perform jointly with the Fairbanks Youth Orchestras at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, at the UAF Davis Concert Hall. For more information about how you can help host a young visiting musician or two, please call Kate Ripley at 450-8102.
Fairbanks Youth Orchestras (FYO) is a non-profit organization under the auspices of the Fairbanks Symphony Association. Three youth ensembles make up FYO, including the String Orchestra, Concert Orchestra and Youth Symphony. The next FYO concert will be at 4 p.m. May 16 at Davis Concert Hall. For more information on FYO, go to www.fairbankssymphony.org/fyo/. For more information about the visiting musicians, go to http://www.ypsomusic.net/.
Sealy twin mattress sets for sale
Two Sealy twin mattress sets for sale. Both in excellent condition. $100 each set. Call 322-2517 or 479-8363 evenings.
2010 Tour de Cure
Subway Fundraiser Cards
Do you or your friends patronize Subway restaurants in Alaska? If so, for only $10 you can support youth soccer athletes and get $50 worth of non-expiring sandwich/meal deal coupons. It's Subway's Fundraiser Card program for non-profits. See Rory in 105 Butrovich or by cell 750-6296. Thanks!!
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 email@example.com.
Calendar Of Events
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Fairbanks Flutists 30th Annual Concert
8 p.m. – 9 p.m. "Carnival of the Animals": 14-member ensemble performs animal-themed works for flute choir. Directed by Dorli McWayne
Friday, June 4, 2010
Opening receptions at local galleries. Tour the town and view great work by local artists. Times vary by location, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
June 4 – 5, 2010
24-hour Relay for Life
6PM to 6PM at West Valley High School, Fundraiser for American Cancer Society
- Survivor BBQ - 5PM June 4th
- Opening Ceremonies - 6PM June 4th
- Survivor Lap - 6:15PM June 4th
- Corporate Lap - 6:30PM June 4th
- Luminaria Ceremony - 10PM June 4th
- Entertainment all day June 5th
- Closing Ceremonies - 6PM June 5th
Saturday, June 5, 2010
2010 Tour de Cure
Fundraiser for the American Diabetes Association.
Saturday, June 12, 2010
18th Annual Mosquito Meander
10 a.m., 5K run/walk, Pioneer Park, benefit for Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption, $35 family, $20 adult, $15 child under 12, 456-4729 or www.fcaalaska.org
24th Annual Summer Folk Fest
1 p.m. – 11 p.m., Pioneer Park Come sooth your soul with fine music, arts & crafts, and Square Dancing. Over thirty performances to entertain anyones taste. www.alaskasbest.com/fairbanksfolkfest/
June 16-19, 2010
Statewide Youth Revival
Lily of the Valley COGIC, Guest speaker Elder Nathaniel Green of Hampton, Virginia June 16-18 7:00 p.m. nightly, June 19 Choir workshop 10:00 a.m., Concert at 6 p.m. 2404 Barnette St. 452-7594
Friday, June 18, 2010
Nourish your Soul-Stice
4–9 p.m., an evening of art yoga, food and music to soothe your senses and energize your spirit, featuring artist Erik Behnke; yoga dance fusion, traditional yoga and pilates classes; chair massages, live music, food and prizes, free, donations requested for activities. Proceeds benefit FRA programs for children, adults and seniors with disabilities, Fairbanks Resource Agency, 805 Airport Way, 456-8901 or www.fraalaska.net
Saturday, June 19, 2010
28th Annual Midnight Sun Run
UAF to Pioneer Park, 10K run under the midnight sun, benefitting local high school students, through scholarships and United Way of the TAnana Valley special projects. Advance registration $15, Late regstration $20, Race day registration $30. Call 452-6046 for more information.
June 21 – 25, 2010
7th Annual Fairbanks Bluegrass Camp for Kids
This popular music camp returns this summer, hosted by the Fairbanks Folk Fest, with experienced bluegrass musicians as music instructors. The location is again at the Unitarian Fellowship near the Fairbanks airport. It’s a fun-filled five days of learning the finest traditional bluegrass music. To sign up, download the Application Form.
Weekly Summer Entertainment at Pioneer Park
Where: Pioneer Park - Gazeebo by the Warren Harding Car
When: 7 - 8 p.m. every evening - Memorial through Labor days
What: live shows by local performers.
The June lineup:
Sundays: Mosquito Creek Folk/Rock/Country
Mondays: Solstice Complex Folk/Roots
Tuesdays: Blazing Bellows Accordians
Wednesdays: Mike Stackhouse Original Folk
Thursdays: Stephen Moore Rock/Folk
Fridays: Tundra Caravan Middle Eastern Dance
Saturdays: Martin Miller Storyteller