In light of the recent release of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, Season 2, questions from staff, families and community members have been raised.
The intense, graphic portrayal of difficult issues involving youth present both the risk of triggering harmful behaviors among some vulnerable youth and the opportunity for adults to engage in meaningful and supportive discussions with youth about these issues.
Alaskans Encouraged to Nominate Local Youth Making a Difference in Their Communities
May 1, 2018 – Do you know youth who are doing great things in their community? Alaskans are encouraged to show their support of youth efforts by nominating them for the Summer of Heroes program.
The Eagle River Camera Club is proud to sponsor the 11th annual Bear Paw Photography Contest.
Adults, teens and children are invited to submit photos taken in Alaska during the time period from January 1, 2017 to date.
Purple Up! The Eagle River Boys & Girls Club celebrated Month of the Military Child on Thursday, April 26th.
Community organizations gathered together to show their support for the 1st Annual Eagle River Boys & Girls Club Purple Up Day. The event began the celebration with the Eagle River AFJROTC Color Guard. All of the youth and guests stood proudly with their hand over their hearts and sang the National Anthem.
Come get excited for summer! You’ll hear inspirational people share tales of their backcountry exploits.
You’ll pick up tips for launching your own outdoor adventures on public lands. And you’ll learn more about the National Trails System and National Wild and Scenic Rivers Acts - both of which turn 50 this year!
Friends of Nike Site Summit (FONSS) invites the public to tour historic Site Summit in Arctic Valley this summer.
The tour dates are: a dinner/tour fundraiser the evening of Wednesday, June 20; a hiking tour limited to 20 people on Saturday, July 21; and morning and afternoon tours on Sunday, Aug. 5 and Saturday Aug. 18. Bus seats on the Aug. 5 and Aug. 18 afternoon tours are extremely limited due to advance registrations, but the other tours have ample room for more participants.
From the team who brought you “Moose the Movie”, we are proud to announce the upcoming World Wide Premiere and release of “Sudsy Slim Rides Again”.
This full feature film is a spaghetti Northwestern comedy, action, heist film about the tale of a small Alaskan town by the name of Scratcher Pass. Unfortunately, Scratcher Pass’ boom days as the world’s largest asbestos mining operation have long since faded.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska—The University of Alaska is now accepting applications for the President’s Teach for Alaska Scholarship.
The scholarship is in its second year and is open to any incoming undergraduate student who plans to major in education at any University of Alaska campus.