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Older model Formula 500 snow machine engine runs, track doesn't. Available for pick-up.

Sears electric/pull track snow blower. Needs maintenance and repair. Does not run...but does make grinding sounds. Available for pick-up.

Blue fiberglass topper for full sized truck. Good shape - no dents. $100

455-4610 hm or 8104 wk
kewattum@alaska.edu

Room for rent - $475/mo

Room in 4 bed 2 bath duplex off Geist Rd.  Walking distance to UAF.
Currently three men in the remaining three bedrooms.  All are quiet, clean, and responsible.
Rent: $475/ month + ¼ electricity ($50 to $80 per person)
Month to month; rent includes heat and water.
Fully furnished.
Floor wired for both cable and Ethernet. 
Floor has own washer/dryer, and bedrooms have own thermostats.
Full kitchen and living room shared.
Tobacco, alcohol, and drugs are NOT permitted on property.
Room available now.
Duplex built in 2006.... nice!

Reach Will at 474-4296.
Thanks for looking.

Roommate Wanted

UAF student looking for a quiet, studious female roommate.  For 1-Bedroom, 1-Bath Apartment on Geist
•    Rent $425/ month
•    ½ utilities (~$60 in winter)
•    Brand new!
•    <1 Mile from Campus
•    Fully-stocked kitchen
•    Completely Furnished
•    On bus-route
•    No pets!
•    References requested

Note: This apartment is in a complex, so excessive noise and general rowdiness is prohibited by the landlord.

Please call for more information! 907-687-2595

LHS Ballroom Dance Team Valentine's Day Ball

The Lathrop High School Ballroom Dance Team is hosting a formal Valentine's Day Ball on February 17, 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at the Pioneer Park Dance Hall. Tickets are $12 for students and military, $16 for the general public. There will be a beginning waltz lesson at 8 p.m. and dance demonstrations by the LHS Ballroom Dance Team throughout the night.

Please contact Michelle Pope at mlpope@alaska.edu or extension 8218 to purchase tickets. For more information go to www.ballroomfairbanks.org.

Girl Scout Cookies

It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time again.  Pre-orders are being taken now through February 6th.   All of your favorites like Thin Mint, Samoas and Tagalongs are back along with other favorites.  Click Here to see the complete list of available cookie varieties.  No money is due when orders are placed.  Cookies will be delivered around March 4th.  Please contact Amy O’Sullivan at amosullivan@alaska.edu  (Risk Services, Suite 001) or call extension 8150 for more information or to order.

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

Friday, Jan. 27, 2012

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying- The Musical Comedy
Performance by the Fairbanks Light Opera Theatre. Buy tickets online at www.FLOT.org and save or at the door one hour before showtime. Call (907) 456-FLOT for times. Admission Fee: Reserved $27; Adults $23; Military, Senior & Youth $17; Child $10.

Grusome Playground Injuries
Relatioinships are complicated and often not easy. Sometimes their scars might not be physical, but they exist. "Gresome Playground Injuries" explores those literal and figuative scars. This is a one-act play by Pulitzer prize finalist, Rajiv Joseph; drected by Jasmine Johnson-Kennedy; and produced by Revive the Red Tent Productions. Age Suitability: 18 and Up. Admission Fee: $20; students are $15.
Empress Theater, 3rd Avenue, Downtown. Fairbanks, AK 99701 (907) 457-7638
Event Website: www.revive.the.red.tent@gmail.com
Venue Website: www.fstalaska.org

Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012

The Capitol Steps
Rip-roaring political satire from past congressional staffers. 8:00pm at Hering Auditorium.
www.fairbanksconcert.org
 

Friday, Feb. 3, 2012

First Friday
Art openings at various galleries and businesses. Times vary by location.

Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012

Biz Bee for the Literacy Council
Businesses, corporations and organizations of all kinds are invited to enter a team of 3 spellers. It's a fun-filled evening for spellers and spectators alike. Collaboration is allowed and spellers take turns, so no one gets too embarrassed. Sign up your team now (limited to 25 teams). Registration fee is $350, a tax-deductible donation to the Literacy Council of Alaska.  Silent Auction! "Bee" sure to stop by Literacy Council of Alaska's Silent Auction in the Gold Room. The Biz Bee Raffle: 1st Place - 2 Round-trip tickets on Alaska Airlines 2nd Place - $500 Cash. For info and to pick up tickets, call 456-6212.
For complete info and a registration form please call Krystin Bogan, 459-7531.

Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012

A Taste of Arrrt'
Pirate-themed Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption's fundraiser includes silent and oral auctions, door prizes, entertainment and a showcase of Alaska artwork. Doors open at 6pm. Grub and Grog will be served at 7pm.  Auction begins at 8pm. For more information or to reserve your tickets call (907) 456-4729. MC is DJ Jim Matherly & Auctioneer is Bob Gray of ATC Auctions. Pirate-theme costumes or semi-formal attire. RSVP by February 8th.

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012- until melting

2012 BP World Ice Art Championships
International ice sculpting competition featuring over 180 sculptures. Sculpting begins February 28. Best viewing of finished sculptures: March 10-17. (907) 451-8250.

  • Single Block Classic 2/28 - 3/1. Awards Ceremony 3/2 @ 8pm
  • Multi-Block Classic 3/4 - 3/9. Awards Ceremony 3/10 @ 8pm
  • Amateur Open Exhibition 2/29 - 3/16. Recognition 3/17 @ 8pm
  • Youth Classic 3/13 - 16. Awards 3/17 @ 8pm

DAILY Kids Park Slides, Mazes and Ice Skating, ice play ground of slides for all ages and favorite characters in ice. (907) 451-8250 1-day pass: Adult $10; Youth 6-12, $5; Chidren 5 & under FREE.See website for Season Pass & Group Rates or 907-451-8250. www.icealaska.com
 

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