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Students in Jane Evenson’s kindergarten class at Soldotna Elementary School practice staying safe during an earthquake drill held Thursday on the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake in Alaska.
By Jenny Neyman Redoubt Reporter Kids, let Dennis Shangin be a lesson in how not to react during an earthquake. ’” He remembers the ground starting to undulate, like long, slow waves rolling onto a sandy shore.
Until 1840, Kenai would be visited by missionaries from the Kodiak parish only every two to three years.
Then, in 1841, Father Nicholas (Igumen Nicholai) arranged the construction of the first Russian Orthodox Church in Kenai.
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He ran into trouble, however, after leaving Kenai in 1796.The United States purchased Alaska in 1867, around the same time that Father Nicholas died.Over the next quarter-century, he was succeeded by Father Nikita, who had the church remodeled in 1883, Father Mitropolsky and Father Alexander Yaroshevich, who advocated successfully for the construction of a new church.“When an earthquake happens we don’t plan for it so we’re going to pretend right now that we don’t know it’s going to happen,” Evenson said. Next week will focus on how local church offerings, particularly the Catholic Church, expanded throughout the 1950s and the early 1960s.The following installment will feature other early places of worship, including the Methodist Church, the first church in Soldotna.