AMSEA Mariner’s First Aid & CPR Class
Saturday, October 17th, 2020
AMSEA(Am-Sea) is conducting a Mariner’s First Aid & CPR/AED class in Sitka on October 17th, 8 AM to 5 PM at NSRAA 1308 Sawmill Creek Rd. The cost for the class is $100. This class meets the US Coast Guard training requirements for Drill Conductions on commercial fishing vessels. All participants must wear a cloth face mask and comply with other procedures for reducing the risk of COVID 19 transmission. Register online at amsea.org or call 747-3287
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Stay Active Stay Bright
SEARHC is challenging you to get out and track your time in the fresh air while being safe and seen. What: All-ages fall fitness challenge When:October 19th – November 16th Where: Any outdoor activity participants will track their active minutes outdoors to be eligible for some very bright weekly prizes. including high visibility jackets from Grundens! For more info and to sign up visit searhc.org/stayactivestaybright , or call Doug at 966-8674at None
CBS Pandemic Grant Programs for Businesses and Nonprofits
The City and Borough of Sitka is now accepting grant applications from Sitka businesses and nonprofit organizations that have experienced severe economic impacts due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The deadline to apply for these grants is October 31st. Grant awards are anticipated in November, and all funds must be expended by December 30th, 2020. Separate applications for the business and nonprofit grants, guidelines and answers to questions are available on the CBS website, www.cityofsitka.org. Applicants are strongly encouraged to use the downloadable forms as they include auto-calculation fields to help determine eligibility, and the potential grant amounts for the business applicants. Please contact CARES Act Grant Technician Rob Allen at 747 – 1824 with any questions.at None
Register for the AK Food Festival & Conference
Registration is open for the 2020 Alaska Food Festival and Conference, which is going virtual on Friday and Saturday, Nov 6 – 7, this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a pre-conference movie on Thursday, Nov 5th. The two main themes are food entrepreneurship and rural and Indingenous food systems. For more info go to www.akfoodpolicycouncil.orgat Zoom