Prostate cancer awareness group thanks community

The Kenai Peninsula Prostate Cancer Awareness group would like to extend a big Thank You to all those who helped with the fund raising event at the Peninsula Oilers baseball game on July 3rd at the Coral Seymour baseball park in Kenai.

 

The fund raising effort for Prostate Cancer Awareness on the Peninsula was sponsored by the Central Peninsula Health Foundation, the Peninsula Oilers and many others including the following supporters:


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Central Peninsula Hospital for buying all the admissions to the park, the hot dogs and supplies.

Hot Dog cooking - Duane Bannock, Carol Bannock, Ben Bannock and Kate Jefferson.  

Coca-Cola, serving trailer and serving drinks – Hanna Coffman, Gary and Shelby Toombs.

Les Day from the Anchorage prostate cancer group UsToo.

Peninsula Oilers - Shawn Maltby - General Manager, Diana Tice - Webmaster and Derek Killian – PA Announcer. The Oilers players who wore our blue wrist bands, blue shoelaces and signed the jerseys. Kathy Gensel and Jane Stein who sewed on the jersey patches.

KSRM Radio Group, Coach Dan Gensel.

Throwing out the first pitch - Senator Tom Wagoner.

We also want to thank all the other people who helped and those who donated to our Prostate Cancer Awareness efforts and who made this annual appeal such a great success.

-- Lee Halstead, Kurt Nelson and Jim Bennett; Kenai Peninsula Prostate Cancer Awareness Group

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