KSDP is proud to announce a brand-new radio show on its airwaves. The show is titled “My Dad Rocks!” and in the dj’s own words, will be “exploring the golden era of Christian hard rock.”
Tune in to KSDP 830AM from 3pm to 4pm each and every Thursday for “My Dad Rocks!”
You can contact the dj and share your feedback or requests by emailing mydadrocks [at] ymail [dot] com or becoming a fan of the show on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sand-Point-AK/My-Dad-Rocks/280094402063). For more information about Pastor Alan Ward visit his website: http://sandpointakpastor.blogspot.com/
Lil’ Wild One will be DJing the best in hip-hop, throwback & dance Saturday evenings at 9pm.
Email your requests to lilwyld1 [at] live [dot] com !
Download Lil’ Wild One’ s Promo
Fridays & Saturday nights from 7 – 9pm: The students from King Cove & Sand Point take over KSDP and play what THEY want to hear.
The KSDP Community Window keeps our listeners informed of upcoming events, announcements and birthday greetings. If you have something you’d like announced, let us know by calling 907.383.KSDP (5737), fax 907.383.5271 or email cw [at] apradio [dot] org. Community Window airs Monday to Thursday at 10am and Monday to Friday at 3pm.
Meet the People: a half hour, radio, public affairs program with host Kells Hetherington. The show airs live on 830AM KSDP @ 11AM Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
WHO COULD: Tribal members, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate students, and recent college graduates with cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.
WHERE: EATS ANC office; travel to no less than 3 sites
WHEN: 2014-2015 school year; 8-12 month duration
Submit EAT employment Application, transcripts, and tribal membership to hr [at] eatribes [dot] net
For more information contact Selma Ramsdell at 564.2506
Join us for an evening of presentations from the state of Alaska, Office of children’s services and the APD including:
* Mandatory Reporting
* Foster care licensing/recruitment
* Cyber crimes & social media
WHEN: Wednesday, Aug 20th 6:30-9:00 P.M.
WHERE: QTT Community Center
Refreshments and snacks will be provided along with a chance to win 2 55 gallon oil drums and lots of other door prizes!
Join us for an evening of presentations from the State of Alaska, Office of Children’s Services and the Anchorage Police Department including: Mandatory Reporting, Foster Care Licensing/Recruitment, & Cyber Crimes & Social Media.
When: Wednesday, August 20th 6:30-9:00 P.M.
Where: QTT Community Center
Help us keep our children safe!
Refreshments & Snacks will be provided.
Lots of Door Prizes – Must be present to win.
Calling out all singers!
If you would like to sing Karaoke at the KSDP membership kickoff on August 15th at the QTT rec center, be sure to call Lauretta at 383-5737
Summary of Job: Under the direction of the Mayor, the public works director plans, coordinates and implements all activities of the public works department including street maintenance and snow removal, airport oversight, water and sewer operations, landfill operations, buildings, and other duties as assigned by the mayor.
* Pay – $20.54
* High School Diploma
* Valid Alaska Drivers License and good driving record
* Min of five years of construction exp including either foreman or lead man
* min of five years exp, and proficiency in the safe operation of various pieces of heavy equipment including dozers, dump trucks, backhoes, end loaders, etc.
* Working knowledge of municipal public works departments including man power and equipment
* Oral and written communication skills
* Leaderships skills
This position will serve under the direction of the Chief of Police.
* Pay – DOE
* Open until Filled
* For a copy of the job application or more information contact Shannon Sommer @ 383-2696
Summary of Job: Under the direction of the Public Works Director, the water/sewer supervisor assumes full responsibility and authority of the city-owned water and wastewater systems – this includes the planning, coordinating and implementation of all activities of the water and wastewater programs and infrastructure. In addition, this position has primary responsibility for all repair and maintenance needs of the city water and wastewater infrastructure.
* Pay – DOE
*High School Diploma or GED
*Five years of exp in the water and wastewater field with appropriate certifications required by DEC
*Knowledge of pumps and meters
*Valid Alaska Drivers License and good driving record
*Oral and written communication skills
*Patience and courtesy