Lemonade Day was June 14th in Kenai and Soldotna, and event that is all about "Empowering today's youth to become tomorrow's entrepreneurs," according to January Yeager, project coordinator for the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce.
Celebrating clean water, healthy salmon, and healthy people, 67 runners and bikers (and a few of their canine friends) from Anchorage to Soldotna to Homer turned out Saturday, June 14th for the first Mouth to Mouth Wild Run & Ride.
Two big days for the Kenai Chamber of Commerce as they moved the traditional January Awards dinner to an Awards Luncheon June 25th just nine days before the 4th of July Parade, the Chamber's biggest event of the year.
The latest youth from our community, who have stepped up to serve and protect the United States of America, are U.S. Marine PVC Stony Wall and U.S. Marine Pvt. Samantha Hall, high school graduates from Kenai Alternative school.
When Nate Thompson, co-captain of the Tampa Bay Lightning, was three years old his dad took him to a Sea Wolves hockey game and he says he fell in love with the sport and started skating shortly thereafter.