Kodiak Daily Mirror - Around Kodiak August 1
Around Kodiak: August 1
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Baranov Museum hosting Picnic on the Green

The Baranov Museum, 101 Marine Way, is hosting its annual community picnic from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at the museum.

The public is invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy a concert by DJ Marc of Island Style Mobile Entertainment, family games and face painting for kids. Homemade pie and ice cream will be available for $3.

The day also includes free admission to the Baranov Museum.

Kodiak fish group seeks public comment

The Kodiak Fisheries Work Group is seeking public comments on motions before the North Pacific Fishery Management Council regarding gulf trawling bycatch management.

The comments should be sent to the city clerk at clerk@city.kodiak.ak.us by 5 p.m. Aug. 11 to be included in discussions at the Aug. 20 and Sept. 10 work group meetings.

A link to the documents is available on the city’s web page at www.city.kodiak.us. Click on the public announcements on the left menu and then click fisheries work group.

For more information, call 486-8636.

Chamber hosting debate for House candidates

The Kodiak Chamber of Commerce is hosting a debate for candidates running for Alaska state representative in District 32, of which Kodiak is a part.

The chamber is asking members to submit potential questions for candidates to answer during the debate, which is set for Aug. 12. Questions can be sent to chamber@kodiak.org.

Nominations open for city council seats

The city of Kodiak is accepting nominating petitions for two three-year city council seats.

The filing deadline is 4:30 p.m. Aug. 15.

For more information, call the city clerk’s office at 486-8636.

Life Builders hosts open house

Life Builders, a young adult transitional housing program, is hosting an open house Aug. 5 at its facility at 1110 Madsen Ave. The open house is 3-7 p.m.

Residents are invited to tour the facility during the event. Life Builders provides housing, educational and employment support, vocational training, and life and money management skills to young adults ages 18 to 22.

For more information about the program or open house, call 486-8111.

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