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Church Schedule:
Tomorrow (13th) 6pm Great Vespers with Blessing of 5 loaves, confessions after service
Sunday (14th) 9:30 am Hours, 10am Divine Liturgy
Monday (15th) 6pm Great Vespers with Blessing of 5 loaves, confessions after service
Tuesday (16th) 7:30am Hours, 8am Divine Liturgy

The 2018 Senior Class will hold a fundraiser for a round trip ticket. The drawing will take place on Wednesday the 17th. For tickets see Sonia, Diamond, Peter, Stacy, Paul L or Serafima. Tickets are $1 each. For more info, call Stacy at 4635.

The Victim Services Program Annual Chili Cook-Off will take place on Friday the 19th at the SPHC Lobby from 3pm-5pm. (Chili must arrive by 3pm, ready to serve at 3:30pm, judging will begin at 4pm.) The entry deadline is Wednesday the 17th. Please submit your entry form (available at the Personal Wellness Dept) to Stacy at the SPHC during normal business hours. For more information contact Stacy at 8321.

On Thursday the 25th, The Ladies of Native Comedy will put on a show starting at 6:30pm in the rec-hall. The Dept of Health and Human Services will have 90 purple shirts to be given away on a first come, first serve basis. The community is invited to attend and wear purple to show your support for Domestic Violence Awareness month. On Friday (26th), The Ladies of Native Comedy will host Open Mic Night in the Tribal Lounge for 21 and older. Time TBD. Sponsored by the Dept of Health and Human Services.

Pen Air upcoming schedule change: Effective Thursday, November 1st. On Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays Pen Air will depart Anchorage at 11am and arrive St. Paul at 2:30pm. They will depart St. Paul at 3pm and arrive Anchorage at 6pm. Moving the schedule will allow Grant Aviation the opportunity to complete their inner island shuttle, moving passengers from St. George to St. Paul to connect with Pen Air and then return to Dutch.

The 2018 Tribal Annual Meeting and Elections will be held on Saturday, December 15th from 1pm-5pm in the Tribal Lounge. The elections will be held in the Tribal Council Chambers from 8am-2pm. Transportation will be provided for voting and the meeting. Declaration of candidacy forms are available at the Tribal Government Office and will be accepted until Friday the 26th by 5pm.

On Monday the 15th-Friday, May 31st (2019) of each year, Federal law does not restrict human access to the rookeries, however, it is illegal to disturb marine mammals. Be considerate before accessing the rookery. Females continue to use the areas during fall months to nurse their pups. Repeated disturbance, including the discharging of firearms, could lead to pup abandonment and premature weaning. Any questions regarding rookery access or marine mammal protection laws, call the ECO Office at 3200.

Math and Coding classes will take place at 7pm in the CAC Building every Monday and Wednesday.

Unangam Tunuu Afterschool visits will take place every Monday. All children enrolled in school are welcome to join Teresa, Linnae, Marjorie and Aquilina in visits filled with songs, dance and stories. Visits will take place from 3pm-3:30pm in the Unangan Studies classroom in the school. Community members are also welcome to attend.

School Community Gym Use:
Mens and High School Basketball will be Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7pm-9pm.
Student Play Days for K-7th grade will be Saturdays from 8pm-10pm and Sundays from 2pm-4pm.

St. Paul School Community Library Hours:
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5pm6:30pm and Saturdays from 12pm7pm

Winter curfew hours: Children 12 and under should be in from 9pm to 7am Sunday-Thursday and 10pm-7am on Friday and Saturday. Children 13-17 should be in from 10pm to 7am Sunday-Thursday and 12am-7am on Friday and Saturday. For more information contact Public Safety at 3130.

St. Paul Health Center Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm and closed during lunch (noon-1pm). Services available: Primary Care, Behavioral Health and Radiology.

Pen Air Hours of Operation: Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12 noon until hour after the plane departs. Please bring all baggage including hand carries when checking in, this ensures the proper weight
and balance for the plane. For more information contact Pen Air at 2460 during normal business hours. (Pen Air will not fly on Nov the 28th or 30th).

City Cashier Window Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30am-12noon and from 1pm-4pm (except on paydays they are open through lunch).
Public Works and Machine Shop Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
Gas Station hours: Monday-Friday 1:30pm-6:30pm.

The food bank is open Monday-Friday and distributes a variety of canned and boxed foods to households in need, with limited delivery provided only to Elders and the disabled without means of transportation. To sign up for a food box and to schedule your afternoon pick up, call 8301.

The 24 Hour Crisis Line is open call 546-4189.

If you want to quit smoking or quit using smokeless tobacco, the Alaska Quit Line can help. 1-888-842-QUIT, 1-888-842-7848.

Bulk sales: Monday - Friday 5pm 7:30pm and Saturday 3:30pm 5:30pm.

JOBLINE:

The St. Paul Post Office has an opening for Postmaster Relief person. This is a part time position, 6 hours per day. The wage is $12.81 per hour. The deadline to apply is tomorrow (13th). For more information, contact Mercy at 2270.

Trident is searching for 6-10 workers for the King Crab season. Start date is approximately October 21st (Sunday). For more info, call the Trident Office at 2377 and speak with Angel.


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