11th Annual Kenai Peninsula Air Fair a success

The KPAF Planning Committee for the Cities of Kenai and Soldotna would like to thank all the wonderful volunteers and businesses who contributed generously to make our event successful.

The event began at the Soldotna Airport MARC hangar with the EAA breakfast and fun flight registration followed with the afternoon activities of a barbeque and Military Appreciation Event at the Kenai Airport.  Highlights of the static displays were aircraft from the Alaska Air National Guard 249th Airlift Squadron, 168th Air Refueling Squadron, the Alaska Army Guard, and AT6 History Flight.  The USAF Band of the Pacific – Northern Lights Brass provided the music.

With immense gratitude, we’d like to recognize the following individuals and businesses for their support:  Crowley, GCI, Beacon, Alaska Airmen’s Association, Wince-Corthell-Bryson, Mayors Pat Porter and Peter Micciche, Kenai River Lodge, Frames & Things, Alaska West Air, Major Marine Tours, Era Aviation, Grant Aviation, Chet’s Fishing Service, Sea Life Center, Paradisos, Burger Bus, Big Daddys, Wal-Mart, Jersey Subs, Kenai Aviation, Nenana Raft Adventures, Chugach Outdoor Center, Peninsula Athletic Club, Ken’s Tackle, Guardian, Life Guard, Perro Communications, Sun Dog Seriographics, SOA/DOT, VFW & American Legend Color Guard, Glen Clifford, Patsy Clifford, Joe Harris, June Harris, Krista Stearns, Bob Molloy, Mike Boyle, Dagmar Mayer, Elizabeth Eskelin, Kathy Calloway, Megan Calloway, Mary Jo Joiner, Phil Joiner, Kim Howard, Natasha Ala, Missy Bailey, Carol Freas, Jack Lashot, Bob Lee, Jenna Leadens, EAA 975, MARC, ConocoPhillips, Enstar, Jim Beeson & KCHS Football team, Kenai Flight Service Station, and the Kenai Air Traffic Tower.

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Your generosity, time, and efforts are greatly appreciated. June 4, 2011 was a great day for aviation on the Kenai Peninsula.

-- Mary Bondurant & Erica Shinn, Kenai Municipal Airport; Kyle Kornelis & Scott Sundberg, Soldotna Airport


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