Support leads to family fun in Caribou Hills

The Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers would like to thank Coca Cola of Kenai and Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Alaska for their donations of soda and bottled water for our 2012 Family Fun Day held at the Rinehart Adolf Memorial Pavilion in the Caribou Hills on March 17. We would also like to recognize those people who helped set up, cook, and/or clean up -- John and Shari Blackman, Jaye and Rick Northey, Chris and Sam Jones, Jeff and Pam Breakfield, Glen Smalley, John and Sheila Caudle, and Scott Best and Rob Meyer and their crews. If we have neglected to mention anyone, our apologies because we sincerely appreciate all the help we get. Thanks also to all our members and the non-members who came out to enjoy the beautiful day, good food, and great company.

If you are not a member of the CHCH and not sure what the organization is all about, check out our website at www.akchch.org, and consider joining our ranks. Our membership is our biggest asset and we always need more motivated, committed people who are willing to help with the various projects and activities that occur year round. 

We hope to see you at our next function, the Fourth of July celebration, which will be held at the Gravel Pit Parking Lot on Oilwell Road, at a date to be determined. Check the website for additional information as it becomes available. 


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