Seldovia graduates three in Class of 2012

Seldovia graduates three
The town of Seldovia celebrated the accomplishments of a graduating class this year of three students. The 2012 class consisted of Sarah O’Leary, Amanda Gain and Cameren Blodgett.
The Susan B. English School had a total of 42 students this year, said school principal Sherry Hingley. None of them were juniors, however, so next year there will not be a graduating class.

The 2012 class at Seldovia celebrated three graduates. From left are Sarah O'Leary, Amanda Gain, and Cameren Blodgett.

Birders meet at Wynn Nature Center
The Kachemak Bay Birders’ next birding trip will be Saturday at the Wynn Nature Center. Meet in the parking lot at 9 a.m. and bring mud boots.
This trip is cosponsored by the Kachemak Bay Birders and the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Michael Craig will lead. For more information, call him at 235-0631. There is no charge and donations to the Wynn Nature Center are optional.

Dream Big summer reading program
As part of the Dream Big Read! portion of the Summer@HPL Summer Reading Program, the Homer Public Library is partnering with the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies for a star-gazing opportunity at the library for kids under age 11.
Come explore the make-believe night sky and discover what lies beyond with constellation stories, identification and crafts at 10 a.m. June 22 at the library.

Haller graduates law enforcement training
Seldovia Police Department’s Shad Haller was one of 15 students to recently graduate from Alaska Law Enforcement Training School in Sitka, operated by the Department of Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka.

Peters graduates from medical school
Homer High School 2002 alumnus Andrew Peters graduated from medical school at Pacific Northwest University on May 12, 2012.
Andrew’s parents are Marvin and Vicky Peters of Homer. He was also promoted to lieutenant in the US Navy on May 11 and will be doing his residency at the Naval Hospital in Bremerton, Wash., in Family Practice.

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