Jeremiah Sims grew up in Valdez. He took dual-credit classes in high school with George Keeney. George became a mentor of his (along with a few others). Jeremiah is currently in the millwright program and will be graduating this spring.
This year’s ViVA Outstanding Competitor Cup was awarded to David Perry of Wasilla, Alaska.
Therron Rude, a fifteen-year-old archer, won the $1,000 grand prize at the 9th annual Vegas in Valdez Archery Tournament (ViVA) held in Valdez, Alaska, on Sunday.
Shelby Gudgell is a student currently enrolled in the UAA nursing program at PWSC. She grew up in Valdez, Alaska.
PWSC's theatre spring production: Matrin McDonagh's The Pillowman
The former fire chief and emergency manager for Valdez, George Keeney, started as an adjunct instructor teaching emergency medical services (EMS) at PWSC. He is now a full-time faculty member and has been working to expand the EMS programming at PWSC.
Jack Hebert, CEO & Founder Cold Climate Housing Research Center will be in Valdez for a public presentation on March 20. He will discuss current projects and ways to incorporate cold climate technology into home construction, remodeling, and winterization in Valdez.
Craig Donaldson is a current student at Prince William Sound College. After a 30-year career in emergency medical services, he is pursuing an undergraduate in occupational health and safety.
Prince William Sound College (PWSC) Archery Club’s ninth annual Vegas in Valdez Archery (ViVA) Tournament takes place on March 21-24, 2019, in Valdez, Alaska.