CHAMBER DINNER CHILI COOKOFF AT AMERICAN LEGION JANUARY 26TH!

NOT CURRENT: BLM Full-Time Permanent Forester Opportunity In The Copper Valley


Current job opportunities with

the BLM Glennallen Field Office

Full-Time, Permanent Forester:
BLMAK-16-1548041-ES: Merit Promotion Status Candidates
BLMAK-16-1548041-ES: U.S. Citizens
BLMAK-16-002 ES: Local Hire

GS-0460-05, full performance level GS-09. $34,891 - $75,681 per year.

Who May Apply: All current federal employees with competitive eligibility in the State of Alaska and Veteran Employment Opportunity Act eligibles; ICTAP/CTAP eligibles within the local commuting area; and Local Hire Applicants. Local hire applicants must have lived or worked in or near Alaska public lands and have specific knowledge or expertise concerning the natural and cultural resources of the public lands and management. This includes an applicant who was once a resident, moved away, but is intending to re-establish local residency.

Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m., December 3, 2015.

Applications can be dropped off at: 
BLM Glennallen Field Office at mile 186.5 Glenn Highway, Glennallen, Alaska from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, Excluding Federal Holidays
Or they may be mailed to:
 Dennis Teitzel, Field Manager, BLM Glennallen Field Office, P.O. Box 147, Glennallen, AK 99588-0147

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Christmas Dinner December 3rd at Copper Center Lodge

Come To The 2015 Christmas Dinner!

Sponsored By The Greater Copper Valley Chamber Of Commerce




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Where Am I? Copper Valley Picture Puzzle Challenge

Where Am I? 

Show Your Knowledge Of The Copper Valley 
By Identifying The Locations Of The Following Photos 
& What's Going On In Them... 

PHOTO #1 

What is this? Where is it?

PHOTO #2

Where is this photo taken?


PHOTO #3



Where is this photo taken?





PHOTO #4



Where is this photo taken?




PHOTO #5



Where is this photo taken?


PHOTO #6


Where is this photo taken?

PHOTO #7


Where is this photo taken?


ANSWERS:

PHOTO #1: The three-ton copper nugget found at Nugget Creek in the Wrangells in 1903.
PHOTO #2: This is an old railroad car, abandoned in the center of Dowtown Chitina. 
PHOTO #3: Tok Road, Mile 1 overlook at Gakona Junction, in midwinter.
PHOTO #4: Mentasta Mountains, near Mentasta Village & Mentasta Lodge.
PHOTO #5: Fisherman under the Gulkana River bridge.
PHOTO #6: At the Kenny Lake Community Hall, during the Kenny Lake Fair.
PHOTO #7: Replica of a traditional dip net, Ahtna Heritage Center in Copper Center. 

All photos copyright 2016, Bearfoot Travel Magazines of Gakona, Alaska. 

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