Chugiak, Eagle River & JBER
In The News
At the State Fair, Governor Dunleavy signed SB 27 into law! Alaskans can now grow, manufacture, and sell Alaskan Grown Hemp!
Another great success for Alaska Industry!
During the State Fair, Governor Dunleavy Signed HB 22 which allows farmers and others to sell raw goat milk to the public!
A win for Alaska's Agriculture!
MORE THAN ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY YOU A DECENT PFD!!!
Look at the pictures below, they prove that we can afford to give Alaskans the PFDs they DESERVE!
Great to have a special tour by Principal Bobby Jefts of the new Gruening Middle School in Eagle River.
It is better than before with greater educational opportunities and applying HB108 principles.
Say hello to Dr. Tamika L. Ledbetter!
She is the Commissioner of Alaska’s Labor & Workforce.
We both agree that Alaskans need to get back to work!
A productive economy is fueled by a productive workforce!
House Floor Session - September 12, 2021
The Zeno Paradox
Hi Mr. Banker
The Zeno Paradox
DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES
Find out how current bills or issues could impact our community as well as other important local information you should know.
Ken McCarty lives in the Chugiak/Eagle River Community. His career experience includes working in private practice as a licensed marriage and family therapist and as an adjunct professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Representative McCarty believes that true leadership is not for the glamour of one, but the accomplishment of many. Whether in the “limelight” or shadows, a true leader inspires, empowers, and affirms all in the process.
McCarty’s community service experience includes serving as a trustee of the Alaska Mental Health Trust and as the executive director of Discovery Cove Recovery and Wellness Center. He also served as president of the Alaska Association of Marital and Family Therapists and secretary of the Alaska Collaborative of Telemedicine and Teletherapy. He has also been an engaged member of the Chugiak/Eagle River Rotary Club, as well as the Eagle River Lions. He recently coordinated to rebuild the racquet courts at Lion’s Park for tennis, pickleball, and concerts in the park with ground breaking on the project beginning fall of 2020.