This year, as in years past, there are a variety of ways people in Seward can brighten up their holidays by giving to others. One of the more lasting traditional ways of giving is the Angel Tree. This novel gift-giving idea was founded by Marie Gage in 1988, and her son Jonathan continues the tradition by coordinating this event today.
“He took the initiative and made the decision himself,” said Jackie Marshall about her son Michael. “We’re excited for him and proud of him because it’s a great opportunity.”
The Seward Bear Creek Flood Service Area will hold a regular board meeting at 6:00 pm, Monday, November 3, 2014. The agenda includes a presentation by the Upward Bound High School project, and establishing the FY2015 State Capital Project Requests. The meeting will be held at the KPB Seward Office in Sea View Plaza, 302 Railway Ave, Suite 122. The board holds regular meetings on the first Monday of each month, and work sessions on the third Monday of each month.
Please note the new winter meeting time at 6 p.m.
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