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Community Baptist Church
216 Mill Bay Road Rev. Peter Sprague SUMMER HOURS: Sunday School - on break Worship Service 10 A.M. Communion Services first Sunday of each month. Youth Group 6:30 p.m. Weds. 486-3458, or email to cbcchurch@gci.net http://kodiakcbc,.net
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Christian Science Church
Corner of Rezanof Dr. and Carolyn Ave., Sunday Morning Service, 10 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m., Wednesday Testimonial Meeting 12 p.m. Reading Room Hours: Sat., 12:30 - 3 p.m. and Wednesday 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Radio Sentinel Sunday, 9 a.m. KVOK-AM. www.christianscience.com www.spirituality.com www.CSMonitor.com
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Calvary Chapel Bells Flats
Sunday Morning Service at 10:30am, Wednesday night Bible Study at 7pm. Pastor Azarias Basamania Transportation available, call the church for more information. 11012 W. Rezanof. 486-9494.
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Assembly of God
3416 Woodland Drive. Worship 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. KidsRock * Middle School * High School * Celebrate Recovery * All-Ages Life Groups www.kodiakag.org Phone: 486-3894
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Berean Baptist Church
1216 Ismailov St. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Worship Service: 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Jr. High Youth Group every Tuesday night 6:30 p.m. High School Youth Group every Sunday night 7:15 p.m. Pastor Paul Winegeart and Youth Pastor Juston Lantrip Web site: http://www.kodiakberean.com Phone: 486-4847
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Abba Father's Christian Fellowship
216 Shelikof St. Sunday worship service 10:00 am Wednesday night Bible study 6:30 pm. Pastor Rony Harden, Sr. Call: (907) 942-7171 Email: pastorharden48@gmail.com Web page: www.afcfc.org “Iron Sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.” Proverbs 27:17
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Sockeye weir counts soar in Ayakulik
A mild spring and plenty of fish are buffering sockeye weir counts in a couple of locations on the island as the commercial salmon season begins. The Alaska Division of Fish and Game reports that counts in Karluk and Ayakulik have been going through the roof in comparison with recent years, but at least in the case of the latter location, fish counts are getting back to what they were more than a decade ago. In Ay...
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Kodiak softball finishes fourth at state
Nearly four hours after Kodiak’s season ended, the Bears watched Juneau-Douglas celebrate its first small-school state championship softball title. Kodiak finished fourth at the small-school state championships Saturday at Cartee Fields in Anchorage. Kodiak coach Sam Catt said he had no regrets about his team not playing in the final high school game of the season. “It is important for the girls to stay there and ...
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Cutter SPAR receives new commanding officer
The command of the Coastguard Cutter SPAR changed hands on Friday morning, from Lieutenant Commander Michele Schallip to Lieutenant Commander Douglas Jannusch. It began with the national anthem and an invocation. Then Schallip and Jannusch inspected the assembled crew of the SPAR by walking amongst the ranks and shaking hands. Commander James Houck, the Waterways Branch Chief for Alaska, spoke about the work the S...
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Teenager, Ugandan artists featured at library during Art Walk
During the First Friday Art Walk, participants stopped in at the Kodiak Public Library to enjoy two types of art that were worlds apart. At the front of the library, photographs from Uganda were on display, along with beaded necklaces made from colored pieces of newspaper. The Ugandan photos and necklaces are part of a library-to-library exchange. In 2013, several Kodiak residents spent time in Uganda. They worked...
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