Letter: Dinner, auction help Students in Transition

Dinner, auction help Students in Transition

A huge thank you to all involved in making the Dec. 9 Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction at Kenai Central High School a success! Money raised will benefit the KPBSD SIT (Students in Transition) program.

The following businesses graciously donated: Coke, Country Foods, Grace Upon Grace Photography, St. Elias Brewing Co., River City Books, Big Daddy’s Pizza, Arby’s, NAPA, Safeway, Home Depot, Traci Gonzalez (LuLaRoe), Brooke Straume (Lipsence), Beta Demetrovski (Sentsy), Alicia Marloe (Accents), Laura Beeson (31), Heather Callum, John Morton and Margaret and Blaine Gilman.

Thanks, also, to the Kenai High staff and students, especially Edie Handsaker, Riley Fields and Tekaiya Rich whom organized the event.

Anne Larson

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