Contributions make SMS fundraiser a huge success

The Soldotna Middle School Music Booster club would like to express gratitude to the following businesses for the generous donations they made to our recent fundraiser: Don and Sue Cho of Kenai Riverbend Resorts, Scott and Roxy Miller at Soldotna Trustworthy, Mike Sweeney at Sweeney’s, Molly Poland at The Pour House, Chelline Larsen at Dragonfly Gallery, Phormations, and Mandy Peih from Peih Preserves. We’d also like to thank Senator and Mrs. Wagoner, the Blackwells, Arthurs, Duseks, Glaves, Frosts, Hollands, Belluominis, Larry and Rachel Erickson, Grahams, Dennas, Carlsons, Rebekah Garlock, Gilmores, Kurt and Amy Ericksson, Margaret Griffin, Derflingers and Jeanna Carver for their amazing basket donations.

The event could not have occurred had it not been for the wonderful help and support from the office staff at Soldotna Middle School; Mrs. Kircher, Mrs. Abendroth and Mrs. Dwyer for advertising the event, storing baskets for us and answering the many questions we had. Mr. Truesdell and Mr. Schmidt, thank you for your quick response to all of our requests and for staying late, which allowed us to hold this event.

To all the parents who helped the evening of the fundraiser and purchased baskets — thank you!

Finally, kudos go to Mr. Jeff Moore for a wonderful music program and a delightful concert.

With sincere thanks!

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