Luau a success

Soldotna Senior Center would like to thank all of the outstanding volunteers who worked tirelessly for the Center’s “at capacity crowd” Hawaiian Luau fundraiser.

We also thank Bunny & Al Chong, the Na Manu Ole & Pau Mae Ole hula troops for the fabulous entertainment.

We would like to extend a special thank you to all of the wonderful donors for the event including Bailey’s Furniture, Aspen Hotel, Froso’s Restaurant, Micciche Family, Fine Thyme Cafe, Hey Good Lookin’, Frames n’ Things, Nikko Gardens, Beeman’s Variety, Susan’s Bath & Body Botique, Log Cabin Gifts & Jewelry, Bucket’s Sports Bar, St. Elias Brewing Company, Kaladi Brothers Coffee, GCI, Jersey Subs, Fred Meyers One Stop Shop, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Tesoro-2-Go, Phormation Chiropractic, Napa Auto Parts, Sweeney;s Clothing, Mug’z Coffee Lounge, Inc., King Salmon Restaurant, Poppy Lane Flowers, Spenard Builders Supply, Mary Lane, Kenai River Brewing Company, Curves for Women, Dragon Fly Gallery, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Artworks, Trustworthy Hardware, The Fitness Place, Radio Shack, Don Jose’s Restaurant, Nita Douthit, Caribou Family Restaurant, Dana & Darlene Nichols, Trinity Greenhouse, Tasha Crause, Gourmet Deli, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Alaska Bolt & Chain, River City Books and Mary Kay Grenier.

Another special thank you to Mayor Peter Micciche for his excellent auctioneering.

We would also like to greatly thank the Peninsula Clairion, KSRM Radio and KBAY Radio for their great coverage of the Hawaiian Luau.

Again, Soldotna Senior Center would like to thank all the volunteers and donors for making this fundraiser a huge success. It is truly appreciated.

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