Alices Champagne Palace is the site of a medical benefit for Aimee VanWagoner-Sulczynski on Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. The benefit includes a spaghetti dinner party for $10 a person, a dessert auction, and a silent and live auction. The is event is family friendly until 9 p.m. Stay late and dance to the band 907. This benefit is to help Aimee with medical bills from an unexpected hospital stay in May. Donations and desserts are still needed. All are welcome. For more information, call Ginger VanWagoner at 235-1424.
Haven Worship Center on Pioneer Avenue (across the street from ReMax) holds a prayer gathering each Wednesday from noon-2 p.m. through Nov. 6. The emphasis of this meeting is to pray for the nation following the examples in II Chronicles 7:14 and I Timothy 2:1-2. There is no political agenda. All are welcome. For more information, call Kim at 235-5363.
Citizens 4 Responsible Waterfront Land Use holds a town hall meeting at the Ninilchik Public Library at 7 p.m. Monday. The purpose is to explain why the group says it thinks the Kenai Peninsula Borough uses zoning powers to control activities on private waterfront property. KPB Ordinance 2011-12 was passed without direct notification to affected landowners prior to passage, the group said. Find out why C4RWLU said the anadromous stream ordinance should be repealed. For more information, go to or call Christine at 252-7442 or Mike at 690-0980. Public participation is encouraged.
The Homer Fish & Game Advisory Committee meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the NERRS building on Kachemak Drive. The agenda includes preparation of comments for the Bristol Bay and Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim Board of Fisheries proposals, as well as discussion of some game issues. For more information, call Marvin Peters at 235-2468 or 235-8612.
The Kenai-Soldotna Fish & Game Advisory Committee meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Cook Inlet Aquaculture building in order to begin preparing comments on Board of Fisheries and Board of Game proposals and to hear a report from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game regarding the ongoing moose study on the Kenai Peninsula. For more information, call Mike Crawford at 252-2919.
Due to recent medical upheaval in her life, Connie Prouty is in need of support from the community of Anchor Point. You may not think you know or have ever met Connie, but chances are if you have dialed 911 in the past 12 years, she has come to your rescue. She has been an active volunteer within the Anchor Point community and has helped many people over the years. Now it is our turn to help her and her family. Please show your support by attending a benefit auction and feed at Chapman School on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 5 p.m.
The Homer Community Food Pantry is calling all friends. The pantrys shelves are bare and to help fill them there will be a Food and Fund$ Raiser Dinner. It will be held at the Homer United Methodist Church, 770 East End Road, on Friday, Oct. 26, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Seafood lasagna, soup, salad, bread and dessert will be served. Dinner tickets can be purchased at the Homer Bookstore (adult tickets are $15 and kids are $7) or bring 15 cans or boxes of food for each adult or seven cans or boxes for each child to the pantry on Mondays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., or at the door Friday, Oct. 26. The Bookstore will not be accepting or collecting food in exchange for a ticket. They can only accept cash. There will be prize drawings and you can purchase a chance to win a gold quartz necklace.