The Wrangell Health Fair will be held at the Nolan Center and is free to the public! There are over 50 vendor booths of great health and fitness information.

Come join the fun and enter to win drawings for great prizes.
Don’t forget to bring canned goods for the Food Bank collection barrel that will be set up.
Unused Eyeglasses can be turned in for recycling by the Wrangell Lion’s Club

PRINCE OF WALES – The Prince of Wales Health Network (POWHN) is a collaborative effort between Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium’s (SEARHC) Alicia Roberts Medical Center, State of Alaska Craig Public Health Center, Community Connections, Alaska Island Community Services (AICS), PeaceHealth Medical Group Prince of Wales, Whale Tail Pharmacy, and the Southeast Dental Center, Inc.

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What: Paddle Workshop led by Doug & Michael Chilton of the One People Canoe Society

Who: Anyone interested in learning more about the One People Canoe Society and the paddle making process

**Anyone under 18 years of age will need a parental consent form signed prior to participating

Where: Sitka High School Woodshop

When: Friday, March 18th 1pm-6pm, Saturday & Sunday, March 19th & 20th 9am-5pm

Why: To make canoe paddles for the 2016 Canoe Journey to Celebration

For more information, contact Wilbur Brown at 907-738-5507

If you haven’t met our newest provider (and even if you have), we’re having an open house to introduce the community to Deborah Reynolds, FNP-C.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Hydaburg Alma Cook Health Center (8th Street Extension)

Deborah joined us several months ago, and we decided to invite everyone in Hydaburg to a belated “welcome party.”

While you’re here, say hello to the rest of our staff and enjoy some refreshments and some sweet treats.

Pediatric Dentist, Dr. Lee Steinle will be seeing patients at the Hoonah Health Center Monday, March 21 – Wednesday, March 23. Please call the clinic at (907) 945-2735 to make an appointment for your child.