After-Prom a smashing success

On behalf of the Kenai Central High School After-Prom Committee, we would like to thank everyone who helped make this year's After-Prom a safe and enjoyable night, and a huge success. More than 170 students attended!

First, a big thank you to all the parents and other family members who contributed food, gifts, and many hours of volunteer time both preparing for and running the After-Prom.

Thank you to the AlaskaLanes Family Bowling Center and the Kenai Chamber of Commerce for working with the After-Prom Committee and adjusting their plans to accommodate after prom activities. Thank you to the City of Kenai Recreation and Teen Center for making their facilities available and to the Kenai Senior Center for serving up a wonderful breakfast at 4 am. And, a special thank you to Adam Meyers for doing Fear Factor!

See Also

A huge thank-you to all of the businesses that donated supplies and/or prizes: 27 Red Salon, Acapulco Restaurant, Affinity Salon & Day Spa, AK-Rays, Alaska West Air, Altman Rogers, Angela Joy Alterations, Arby's Restaurants, Blockbuster Kenai, The Burger Bus, Candy Bouquet, Charlotte's Restaurant, Coca Cola (Odom), Coffee Roasters, Cold Stone Creamery, Cornerstone Books, Encore Dance Studio, Era Aviation, Frames & Things, Gator Guns, Ginger's Restaurant, Hair Force, Hey Good Lookin', Kath Carlson, Kelly Reilly Photography, Kenai Golf, Kenai River Pizza, KPC-RAD, KSRM Radio Group, Medicenter, McDonalds, Napa Auto Parts, Nikko Gardens Restaurant, Odie's Bead-It, Orca Theater, Paradiso's Restaurant, Peninsula Athletic Club, Radio Shack, Regal Kambe Theater, River City Books, Stanley Chrysler, Sylistic's Team Salon, Sugar Magnolia's, Susan's Bath & Body, Sweeney's Clothing, Tammy's Flowers and Gifts, Tesoro, Three-Bears, Tina's Hair Pros, and Veronica's Coffee House.

Thank you everyone for making the KCHS After-Prom such a great success.


Tue, 05/23/2017 - 11:20

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