Hospice grateful for tournament support

Hospice of the Central Peninsula board of directors, staff and volunteers would like to take this time to express our heartfelt gratitude to the community whose coordinated efforts and donations contributed to our 4th Annual Disc Golf Tournament. This fundraiser is coordinated to raise funds for Camp Mend A Heart. 

Congratulations Peninsula Memorial Chapel (The Undertakers Team: Chris Goodrich, Grant Wisniewski, Luke Baumer, Josh Werba) for throwing a mean disc and coming in 15 strokes under par to take first place. Second place was Cook Inlet Environmental, and third was Central Peninsula Hospital.

Sponsors included: Jackson Enterprises, Inc.; Cook Inlet Environmental; Soldotna Pharmacy; Blazy Construction; Beemun’s; Keybank; Kenai Peninsula Orthopedics; Chevron; G&S Construction, Inc.; Freedom Realty; Central Peninsula Hospital; Peninsula Memorial Chapel; Foster Construction; Davis Block; Anonymous; Dr.Hu Dentistry; Golden International Restaurant; M&J Plumbing; Peter Ehrhardt Attorney at Law.

Special thanks to: United Rentals; Steve Horn and Lisa Parker; Merrill Sikorski; Kaladi’s; Tammy’s Flowers; City of Kenai; Ross Baxter; Doug Baxter; Peninsula Oilers; Soldotna Rotary; Chris Goodrich/Kenai Disc Golf Association; Tony Oliver/Event Chair for 3 years.

More

Letters to the editor

Limited entry mentality works against Alaska’s interests

Read more

Builders Association efforts supports community

On behalf of the Kenai Peninsula Builders Association (KPBA) Board of Directors, we’d like to offer a heartfelt thank you to... Read more

Letters to the editor

Social Security not a ‘free ride’

Read more

Letters to the editor

Chuitna mine threatens Alaska way of life

Read more