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Chrissy Roes

Arts & Culture Director

Chrissy moved to Unalaska in 2015 and leads the arts side of our organization. She has enjoyed becoming a part of the community and sharing local events withit those near and far via TV, Radio, web, and social media. In her time at Channel 8, she has increased distribution of Channel 8 productions by sharing much of our fantastic content on the web.

Ways to Connect

Issued June 6, 2018

Regulation reminders:

Louella Tan

Over fifty Unalaskans gathered last Saturday at 2pm at the Tutiakoff Field to participate in the 2018 Color Run.

This year, Louella Tan of the Youth Alliance for a Healthier Alaska helped organize the run with D Kirchhofer from Unalaskans Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence. The event was also sponsored by the Iliuliuk Family & Health Services, and the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association. Prizes for the event were donated by OptimERA.

Ronan Gray

The 8th Annual Dockside Discovery Day was last Wednesday, May 23rd at the Robert Storrs Small Boat Harbor. Coordinated by Missy Good from the UAF Alaska Sea Grant program, students from the Eagles View Elementary and from Unalaska City School spent the day learning about our local marine life and much more.

This year, there were nine activity stations with different organizations hosting and running each station. 

Friends and family gathered in the large gym waiting with anticipation as teacher Mr. Kyle Holloway motioned with both arms for the first two seniors to begin the processional. The UCSD band commenced “Pomp and Circumstance” as the rest of the Class of 2018 filed in two-by-two and took seats in front of a backdrop of senior portraits for the 2018 Unalaska City School Graduation Ceremony on May 19th at 7pm.

Thanks to the efforts of City of Unalaska Parks, Culture and Recreation help from the community, the 2018 Clean Up Week was a great success!

Beginning May 1st this year, Unalaskans responded to a call from the PCR to help pick up the trash that had accumulated on the beaches and roadways over the winter. Folks were asked to sign up for a specific area and attendants from the PCR handed out the signature yellow bags to all interested. The PCR kept track of the zones that had been tended to and promptly picked up the bags when the cleaning was done.

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