Thanks for a great Trunk of Treat

It took a community for Trunk or Treat 2011 to be a safe and fun event.

Many, many thanks to the wonderful sponsors, volunteers and to everyone who donated items for The Boys & Girls Club Trunk or Treat 2011.

The Mummy of all Sponsors included Homer Electric Association & Marathon Alaska Production LLC. The Great Pumpkin Sponsors include Arby’s (Mr. Navarre) & Brown Agency. The Witches Brew Sponsors included Three Bears & Stanley Ford. The Candy Corn Sponsors included Kenai Peninsula Orthopedics/ Kenai Spine, Atigun Incorporated & Frontier Community Services. The Web Sponsor was Molloy Schmidt LLC Attorneys at Law.

Volunteers and donations included The Kenai Police Dept., The Kenai Fire Dept., Stanley Ford, Odom Coca Cola of Kenai, American Legion, Blockbuster of Kenai, Udelhoven Oilfield Services, Preferred Plumbing & Heating/ Culligan, GCI Ocean Marine Services, Sandra Gilbert, Building Blocks Daycare, Bill Gregg, KPC Student Government, FedEx, State Farm, Frontier Community Services, KSRM, The Harsha Family & Friends, Alaska Fun Arts and Crafts, Sparky, Peak Oilfield Services, First Student, The River Covenant Church, The Thornton Family & Friends, U.S. Coast Guard MSD Kenai, Rose Miller, Annette Barngrover, Jo Hunter and Friends, the staff from the Kenai Boys & Girls Club, and everyone else that participated in this fun event.

Thanks for helping the Boys & Girls Club provide a safe & positive place for kids!

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