First Lady Rose Dunleavy, far right, and Gov. Mike Dunleavy, far right, pose with the 2021 Volunteer of the Year honorees. From left to right are Gov. Dunleavy, Anna DeVolld, Rachel Sallaffie, John Green, Carl Schrader, Nona Safra, and First Lady Dunleavy. (Photo by Stanley Wright)

First Lady Rose Dunleavy, far right, and Gov. Mike Dunleavy, far right, pose with the 2021 Volunteer of the Year honorees. From left to right are Gov. Dunleavy, Anna DeVolld, Rachel Sallaffie, John Green, Carl Schrader, Nona Safra, and First Lady Dunleavy. (Photo by Stanley Wright)

Dunleavy appoints peninsula residents to boards, commissions

Volunteer of the Year Safra is appointed to Commission on Aging

A Homer woman reappointed to the Alaska Commission on Aging is one of several appointments of Kenai Peninsula residents by Gov. Mike Dunleavy to boards and commissions. Dunleavy reappointed Nona Safra to the commission.

First Lady Rose Dunleavy honored Safra in 2021 as one of the First Lady’s Volunteers of the Year.

Other appointees include:

• Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Kathleen Totemoff, Ninilchik

• Alaska Fire Standards Council, Robert Mathis, Anchor Point

• Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board, Sara Faulkner, Homer (reappointment)

• Board of Agriculture and Conservation, Jeffrey Vance, Homer (reappointment)

• International Pacific Halibut Commission (Recommendations), Andrew Mezirow, Seward

• Natural Resources Conservation and Development Board, Kerry Nelson, Kasilof (reappointment)

• State Historical Records Advisory Board

Larry Hibpshman, Kenai (reappointment)

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