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Homer Electric will award a number of academic scholarships in 2015. The scholarships are available for high school seniors, from each of Homer Electric’s three districts, and adults wishing to continue their education.

The deadline for submitting HEA scholarship applications is 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 27. Applications are available online at www.homerelectric.com, at HEA offices in Homer and Kenai, and at Kenai Peninsula schools. Scholarship recipients will be presented with their scholarship award at the HEA Annual Meeting held on Thursday, May 7, 2015, at Homer High School.

For more information, contact Tanya Lautaret at 907-283-2305 or tlautaret@homerelectric.com.

The Central Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary has released the application packets for its 2015 High School Senior Scholarships. There will be 2 scholarships awarded at $4,000 each. To be eligible, you must be a member of the Auxiliary, or a dependant of a CPH employee. You must be a senior in high school, and have at minimum a 2.5 GPA. You must also be majoring in a medical career.

For more information or an application please come to the Central Peninsula Hospital Gift Shop or call Jim childers at 907‐714‐4543. The deadline to submit an application is April 17.

Has a new addition to your family just arrived? Where in the world is your military person and what are they up to? Got a new graduate, dean’s list student or an award-receiving youth? Send it to us!

Email your community events to news@peninsulaclarion.com, fax it to 283-3299, drop it off at the Clarion office in Kenai at 150 Trading Bay Drive (Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or mail your information to us at P.O. Box 3009, Kenai AK 99611.

Events, wedding, engagement and birth submissions may not be older than six months. Wedding anniversary announcements are printed in five-year increments beginning with the 20th.

Submissions are printed as space is available. For more information, call 335-1251.

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