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Support Youth Soccer

Eat healthy and reduce your Subway sandwich costs all year by supporting youth soccer.  Non-expiring Subway fundraiser cards are now available for $10 and offer $50 savings.  See Coach Rory in Butro 105c, 450-8348. 

QuickShade 10' x 10' Canopy - NEW Condition

Straight-legged 10' x10' (64 sq ft) canopy with forest green shade.  A sturdy wheeled storage case is included to house all of the included equipment (frame, canopy shade, four metal stakes, and easy setup instructions).  A photo and full product details are available online.  Asking $79.00. Call Cathy at 590-2806.
 

Spring Cleaning

Rutherford “For Sale” Items:  687-3814

Three 7' cherry finish bookshelves. $100 for all 3

ASSORTED TOOLS:
Jamerco pneumatic stapler–  $25
Unicatch pneumatic brad nailer–  $25
Emglo 1-1/2 hp 2 tank compressor With 100’ ½” hose–  $100
Skill Jig Saw–  $25
2 Dremel sets–  $25(both)
Grizzly plunge router–  $50
Porter Cable brad nailer–  $50
Porter Cable cut-out tool and Laminate trimmer–  $50
Grizzly HD Jig Saw–  $50
6” dual wheel bench grinder–  $50
Craftsman 8” benchtop drill press–  $50
Assorted work lights –  $20(all)
Craftsman Circ Saw–  $10
Milwaukee sawzall–  $50
Makita angle grinder–  $20
Dewalt power hand planer–  $50
Porter cable laser square/level, Self-leveling 3 beam–  $100
Berger transit and tripod –  $100
Big Cat 2 bag electric drum mixer–  $100
Wheel Barrow-HD–  $25
Senco Pnuematic Framing Nailer–  $100
Craftsman finish nailer–  $75
 

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 mmusick@alaska.edu.

Calendar Of Events

Saturday May 28, 2011

Pioneer Park Opening Day
Music and activities throughout the day. Free admission to museums. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way

Hospice Plant Sale
Plant donations are being accepted for the event that takes place on May 28th. Hospice of the Tanana Valley is a United Way charitable nonprofit that helps people with terminal illnesses live fully, and helps people who are suffering from grief to heal. 20th Ave & Turner St, starts at 9 a.m.

Monday May 30, 2011

Memorial Day
Have a safe and joyous holiday!

Calypso Farm Memorial Day Plant Sale
Vegetable, herb and flower transplants. Calypso Farm, 4780 Old Nenana Hwy. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Friday, June 3, 2011

First Friday
Art openings and artist receptions at local galleries and businesses. Times vary by location.

Saturday June 4, 2011

Design Alaska's Wild Arts Walk
Stroll among a colorful blend of artists and musicians as they demonstrate their skills and display their work. (907) 452-5162, www.creamersfield.org

Friday & Saturday June 10-11, 2011

5th Annual Chickenstock Music Festival
Bluegrass music in Chicken, Alaska. Tickets for both days (includes camping) $30, Saturday only $25. 520-413-1480 or chickenite@hotmail.com

Saturday June 11, 2011

Fairbanks Summer Folk Fest
Bring your lawn chair to Pioneer Park, settle in on the lawn in front of the stage, and take advantage of a whole day of free live music - Folk, Bluegrass, Blues, Jazz, Celtic - and much more. fairbanksfolkfest@gmail.com, wwwalaskasbest.com/fairbanksfolkfest/

Mosquito Meander 5K Fun Run/Walk
This festive event is a wonderful opportunity for families to spend time together in a healthy outdoor activity. Registration begins May 23rd at Fairbanks Counseling & Adoption. For information & registration call 456-4729 or visit www.fcaalaska.org

Saturday June 18, 2011

Midnight Sun Run
10K run starting at the UAF Patty Center and ending at Pioneer Park. Lots of walkers and costumes too! Plan on lining up behind the start line at 9:30 pm to help ensure a timely race start. Race Director: Karen Lundquist, (907) 452-6046, unitedwy@alaska.com,  register online www.active.com through noon Alaska time on 6/14/11. www.midnightsunrun.us

Sunday June 19, 2011

Midnight Sun Festival
Downtown fun under the midnight sun! Music, food, vendors and family fun on the longest day of the year. (907) 452-8671, www.downtownfairbanks.com

Tuesday June 21, 2011

106th Midnight Sun Baseball Game
The Alaska Goldpanners baseball team begins its widely acclaimed "high noon at Midnight" classic at 10:30pm and continues past midnight without artificial lighting on the longest day of the year. (907) 451-0095, www.goldpanners.com

Farmers Markets

Downtown Market
Mondays 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Golden Heart Plaza

Tanana Valley Farmers Market
Wednesdays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Saturdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Sundays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
2600 College Rd.

Ester Community Market
Thursdays  4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Ester Community Park

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