The Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association (APICDA) is offering ten NEW college undergraduate scholarship awards for the 2021-22 academic year! Eligibility requirements include being a full-time, permanent resident of an Aleutian region community or St. George Island. Please visit the link for more information and to apply by June 1: https://www.apicda.com/haginaa-kidul-helping-to-grow…/
For more information on both the college and vocational scholarships, click on the fliers below:
This edition of In the Loop contains information regarding EAES grant applications. If you have applied and have not yet received your payment, or would like an update on your application’s status, call Glennora Dushkin at (907) 274-7555. The deadline to file additional paperwork for this grant is December 18th, 2020. (more…)
KSDP will be broadcasting an Aleutians East Borough fisherman’s Zoom call to answer questions from fishermen about relief programs.
The following people are scheduled to participate in the call:
â€¢ Jeffery T. Curry, Agricultural Program Manager, USDA Palmer Office
To discuss the Seafood Trade Relief Program (STRP)
â€¢ Douglas Vincent-Lang, Commissioner, ADFG
â€¢ Rachel Baker, Deputy Commissioner, ADFG
To provide updates on the CAREs Act for Fishermen & other relief programs
â€¢ Mary Tesche, Assistant Borough Administrator, AEB
To discuss the AEB Emergency Assistance program (more…)
KSDP’s Austin Roof discussed the importance of the 2020 Census for majority native and rural communities in Alaska with Nicole Borromeo, the Executive Vice President and General Counsel for the Alaska Federation of Natives.
– Aleutians East Borough Mayor – (3 year term)
– Aleutians East Borough Assembly Seat A – (3 year term)
– Aleutians East Borough Assembly Seat F – (3 year term)
– Aleutians East Borough School Board Seat C – (3 year term)
– Aleutians East Borough School Board Seat D – (3 year term)
you must declare your candidacy with the Borough Clerk in Sand Point or with Assistant Borough Clerks in other communities before 5 P.M. on Friday, September 4th 2020.
For more information, as well as a list of Borough Clerks, click here!
District Director John Veal of the Small Business Association took some time to speak with Austin Roof about the opportunities for fisherman and other small business’ to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program before the August 8th, 2020 deadline.
– Who can apply for the PPP.
– How to find a lender if your bank cannot provide for you.
– and more…
At no additional cost to students and families of the Aleutians East Borough, the Aleutians East Borough School District has created a way for students to connect with their teachers and receive schoolwork; all without leaving their homes or connecting to the internet.
In accordance with the State and Federal guidelines for SMART START, the school district will be opening this fall. Amid uncertainty concerning schools reopening, this system provides the opportunity for students to immediately social distance should the situation surrounding COVID-19 worsen.
Some families will be provided with wireless access points to make this possible, all that will be required of them will be to have the access points connected to power.
Final Score: King Cove T-Jacks (81) Vs. Manokotak Lynx (50)
After a close first quarter where King Cove led by one basket, the T-Jacks managed to gradually build up momentum through the entirety of the game; stacking up points until they had an insurmountable lead on the Lynx.
Final Score: Sand Point Eagles (53) Vs. King Cove T-Jacks (40)
Sand Point snags another methodical win against rivals King Cove to finish off this set and their regular season. Maintaining the narrowest of leads in just one point throughout the first quarter, they came into their own at the start of the second to gain and hold their lead all the way to the finish.
Final Score: Sand Point Eagles (67) Vs. King Cove T-Jacks (33)
PARTIAL GAME: Due to conflicting scheduling, we could only catch the second half of this boys game. We do apologize for this inconvenience.
Sand Point has home-turf advantage and is out for blood in this game against the King Cove T-Jacks. Managing to slowly accumulate a lead throughout the entire game, they manage to hit an insurmountable lead in the 4th quarter and protect it with their restrictive defense.
The King Cove Rookies seem nearly unstoppable, running against their long time rivals here in Sand Point. With a commanding near-shutout in the oppressive first-quarter, the Rookies took control early and never looked back. Despite giving their all, the Sand Point Lady Eagles could not surmount the pure talent and dedication of this King Cove team.
Final Score: Sand Point Lady Eagles (31) Vs. King Cove Rookies (84)