Life is Good for Anchorage Volunteers

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“It’s a chance for us to give back to those who may need, you know,” Jennifer Miller says, as she twirls a cellophane sandwich bag full of handmade peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. She finishes with a twist tie. “How good is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? The first United Methodist Church on ninth Avenue, is where Jennifer and other people volunteer to put together sandwiches once a month for The Brother Francis Shelter.

Since 1982, the local Brother Francis Shelter, a program of the local Catholic Social Services organization, on 3rd Ave., provides a place for people to stay, and also a meal, for people who are experiencing homelessness. According to Catholic Social Services, in 2018, it provided a place to stay and meals for 2, 600 men and women without a home. To help out, people here in Anchorage, gladly step up to take care of the need. and get good in return.

Janine Lulay, a volunteer at St. Francis House food pantry, thinks the food is filling a need but she sees more good. “Sometimes, I wonder if we are helping them, or they are giving an opportunity for us to give back.” The food pantry is another CSS program started in 1962, that provides food to local Anchorage residence Who are experiencing food insecurity. Once a month, clients who are in need of an emergency 2-3 day supply of food, can go in to their neatly arranged store and shop.

If your interested in volunteering to make sandwiches on the first Wednesday each month,you can contact the first United Methodist Church Monday through Friday 9 AM to 2 PM at 907–272-2112, or go to the website To volunteer at the food pantry, their website is and click on the Get Involved tab. If you’re also in need of their programs you will find information there as well.

Thanks to Frank Canha for filming portions.

Atheist Bus Ads – Anchorage, AK – Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) – Local news

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Report on the bus ads in Alaska with godless messages sponsored by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Messages include “Imagine No Religion”, “Sleep In On Sundays”, “Yes, Virginia There Is No God”, and “Enjoy Life Now; There Is No Afterlife”.

[December 12, 2012]

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Anchorage, Alaska | Wikipedia audio article

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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
Anchorage, Alaska

00:01:55 1 History
00:08:03 2 Geography
00:10:21 2.1 Cityscape
00:10:29 2.2 Wildlife
00:12:10 2.3 Climate
00:15:30 3 Demographics
00:19:45 3.1 Languages
00:21:06 4 Economy
00:26:51 5 Arts
00:28:52 6 Sports
00:32:47 7 Parks and recreation
00:32:56 7.1 Parks, gardens, and wildlife refuges
00:33:41 7.2 Recreational facilities
00:34:01 7.3 Points of interest
00:34:09 8 Government and politics
00:37:03 8.1 Public safety
00:39:21 9 Education
00:41:02 10 Notable people
00:42:32 11 Media
00:43:56 12 Health and utilities
00:46:36 13 Transportation
00:46:46 13.1 Major Highways
00:47:10 13.1.1 Highway to Highway
00:47:56 13.2 Public transit
00:48:26 13.3 Rail
00:49:30 13.4 Air transport
00:50:34 14 Sister cities
00:50:53 15 See also

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Anchorage (officially called the Municipality of Anchorage; Dena’ina: Dgheyaytnu) is a unified home rule municipality in the U.S. state of Alaska. With an estimated 298,192 residents in 2016, it is Alaska’s most populous city and contains more than 40 percent of the state’s total population; among the 50 states, only New York has a higher percentage of residents who live in its most populous city. All together, the Anchorage metropolitan area, which combines Anchorage with the neighboring Matanuska-Susitna Borough, had a population of 401,635 in 2016, which accounts for more than half of the state’s population. At 1,706 square miles of land area, the city is larger than the smallest state, Rhode Island, at 1,212 square miles.Anchorage is in the south-central portion of Alaska, at the terminus of the Cook Inlet, on a peninsula formed by the Knik Arm to the north and the Turnagain Arm to the south. The city limits span 1,961.1 square miles (5,079.2 km2) which encompass the urban core, a joint military base, several outlying communities and almost all of Chugach State Park.Due to its location, almost equidistant from New York City, Frankfurt, and Tokyo, Anchorage lies within ​9 1⁄2 hours by air of nearly 90% of the industrialized world. For this reason, the Anchorage International Airport is a common refueling stop for many international cargo flights and home to a major FedEx hub, which the company calls a “critical part” of its global network of services.Anchorage has won the All-America City Award four times: in 1956, 1965, 1984–85, and 2002, by the National Civic League. It has also been named by Kiplinger as the most tax-friendly city in the United States.

Bethel-area students journey to Anchorage for intensive science camp

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Students from Gladys Jung Middle School in Bethel and other rural communities have taken off for a special science and math program in Anchorage.

Sixth-graders Susanna Pitka and Hunter Wright are just two kids out of about 50 students chosen to attend the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program’s Middle School Academy.

Rev. Glenn Clary of Anchorage Baptist Temple

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Rev. Glenn Clary of the Anchorage Baptist Temple celebrates Jerry Prevo’s victory over the homosexuals and the liberal media, advertises Prevo’s 38th Pastoral Anniversary celebration, and suggests that people donate a “love offering” to he and his wife, i.e. money and presents.