The Coffee Table

Alder Seaman

State Representative Paul Seaton is this week's guest. KBBI News Director Aaron Bolton reviews the budget, this year's session and special sessions, as well as the recent vote within the state Republican party to block Seaton and two other Republicans from running on the party's ticket.

State of Alaska

What kind of care does the State of Alaska make available? On this week's Coffee Table, Homer Public Health Nurse Alivia Erickson and Nurse Jerry Troshynski, Alaska Department of Public Health Regional Supervisor,
go over the services and programs available today
at your Homer Public Health Center and across the peninsula.

 

Local members of Alcoholics Anonymous are the guests on this week's Coffee Table.
They drop in to the studio once a year to reach out to folks with information about 12 step recovery.

A couple of other 12 step resources:
Alanon meets in Homer on Tuesdays at noon and Thursday at 6:15 p.m. at Homer Methodist Church.

Overeaters Anonymous meets Fridays at noon
at Homer Methodist Church
770 East End Road in Homer.

 

Get some recommendations for your winter reading list on this week's Coffee Table with special guest Dana Stabenow and host, Terry Rensel.

You can find a list of all the books that we talked about at Dana's web site, https://stabenow.com/2017/10/25/coffee-table-books/.

 

KBBI

This week's Coffee Table is an edited recording of a panel presented Saturday, October 14, 2017 by The Homer chapter of The Pioneers of Alaska and Homer Senior Citizens Inc.
Moderated by Daisy Lee Bitter, Homer Women Pioneers  features homesteading stories from Marie Anderson Walker, Barbara Perkins Hill, Pam Middleton Hooker and Mossy Kilcher. It was recorded at The Friendship Center on Svendlund Avenue in Homer.

Zoe Sobel KUCB, Unalaska

This week's Coffee Table spotlights the  75th anniversary of the Battle of Attu. The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge and The National Park Service traveled to Attu with descendants of people evacuated, to hold a ceremony of rememberance and  collect information about Attu, it's people and the battle.
Guests: Marianne Aplin from AMNWR
Author Jeff Dickrell
Descendant of Attu, Crystal Dushkin
Rachel Mason from NPS
and reporter Zoe Sobel from KUCB, Unalaska.
 

KBBI

What are the responsibilities of a Homer City Council member?  What is the difference between a resolution and a memorandum?  Encouraging citizen participation in municipal government is the goal of this week's Coffee Table. Guests: Former Homer City Council Member Barbara Howard, City Manager Katie Koester and Mayor Bryan Zac lead the discussion on the structure of the City of Homer and its various departments and commissions.

Wikimedia Commons

Domestic violence and sexual assault response and prevention are the topics on this week's Coffee Table.
Guests:
South Peninsula Haven House Executive Director Ronnie Leach, Haven House Board Member Sherry Stead, and Colleen James, forensic nurse at
South Peninsula Hospital.

Renewable Energy is the topic
of this week's Coffee Table. Guests:
Jim Levine from Jay Brandt Contractors,
LIME Solar's John Mink, and Chris Rose from the Renewable Energy Alaska Project

The Coffee Table - Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

Jun 7, 2017

Homer City Council members Donna Aderhold and David Lewis were live in the studio on this week's Coffee Table. Aderhold, Lewis, and council member Catriona Reynolds, who pretaped an interview, are subject to a recall election to be held on Tuesday, June 13th.  KBBI's Aaron Bolton was the host, moderated the discussion, and took questions from the listeners.

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