Thanks to all who made the library book sale a success

The Friends of the Kenai Community Library had a very successful Book Sale June 14, 15 and 16. Approximately 7,000 books were sold. Thank you to all of our volunteers: Kari Mohn, Heather Floyd, Kathy Heus, Nedra Evenson, Trish Roderick, Carolyn Ostrander, Vicki Freese, Kate Graber, Kathy East, Rose Ann Keating, Shawna Laws, Lori Edwards, Donna Steele, Lee Tanner, Judy Salo, Gwen Klawunder, Susan Smalley, Debbie Harris, Eileen Bryson, Kelly Smith, Bill Switzer, Melanie Switzer, Nora Satathite, Chris Mamaloff, Bill Heath, Kathy Mattero, Emery Thibodeau, Kristin Morrow, Paul Turner, Bob Peters, Ron Roglasky, Greg Davis, Mack and Carol Padgett, Ben Jackinsky, Richard and Carrie Couey. A very special thank you goes to Barb Christian who pre-sorted over 10,000 books donated throughout the year.

Additional thanks to David Schilling for providing our new space to store donations and to hold our book sale. Thank you JD Quarterly of Arctic Petroleum Products for donating the use of their delivery truck; driver Jeff Babitt; and the Kenai Central High School Football Team for moving the books from our old storage location at the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District who we also thank for allowing us to store books at its location for the past few years. Thanks to the Kenai United Methodist Church, Oaken Keg, the City of Kenai, and the Kenai Community Library for their support.

Thank you to the readers who came and bought books, puzzles and media. We hope you are enjoying your purchases.

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