Great hustle in Sterling

On May 12 the inaugural Moose River Hustle Fun Run/Walk was held in Sterling. The proceeds from this event will benefit the Sterling Senior Centers "Meals on Wheels" program. Thank you to the following sponsors for their generous donations: B & D Auto, Mike's Welding, Michael Scott-Sculptor, Peninsula Athletic Club, Debbie's Dresses, Bing Browns, S & H Enterprises, The Wash Out Laundromat, Big G Electric & Engineering, Alaska Horn & Antler, Fowler's Dirt Works, A Fireplace Store, Magpye's Pizza, Gama's Designs, Peninsula Professional Concrete, Merkes Builders Unlt., Moose River R. V. Park, Moose River Auto Parts, West Chiropractic Clinic, Kool Kat Kreations,  CBC Rental & Leora Pooler.  Also thank you to the following volunteers for giving their time to help this event run smoothly:Renee Merkes, Terry & Jackie Moxey, Debbie Bass, Amy Blackwell, Janet Arneson, Julie Weekley, Art &Donna Brown, Glenda Graham, Charlene Hill, Heath & Susie Strausbaugh, Ken Reichert, Curtis Brown, Bill Daley, Jack Dean, Arik Counts and Michael Scott. Thank you to the 157 runners and walkers who came out to participate. We hope to see all of you again next year.

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