Family grateful for support

On behalf of Randy Jeffreys and Family, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents of Nikiski and neighboring communities for their support of The Randy Jeffreys Spaghetti Feed and Auction Fundraiser on Jan. 12.

With the support of local business owners and our fellow neighbors we were able to raise over $10,000 toward getting Randy to Seattle, Wash., for the medical attention he needs. We are overwhelmed with everyone’s kind hearts and generosity and cannot put into words how amazing all our supporters are.

We would like to give a special thank you to the following business’s for their support: The Kenai Lions Club “Annalee Lott”, La Casa Italiana, KSRM, Prime Auto Focus Photography, The Nikiski Senior Center, Alaska Heater Rentals, Ground Up Custom Builders Llc, Metal Head Fish Company, RAZLE Expressions, Mark and Jackey Fucci, The Place Bar & Grill, AA Dan’s, Charlies Pizza, Bare Threads, Anderson Enterprises, Poofy Puffin Upholstery, Steves Chevron, Froso’s, Express Eyewear, 27 Red, M&M Market, Reddi Tow, Delars, Treehouse Resturant, Home Depot, Sugar Magnolias, Antiques Gifts and Things, Fish-n-Chix, Frames and Things, Donna’s, IGA, Totally Tan, Air Liquid, Airgas, New Beginnings, Charlotte’s Jiffy Lube, Blockbuster, Arctic Motor Sports, Odie’s Bead It, Dukes Transmission, Kenai Fabric, Trustworthy Hardware, Paradisos, Golden Tan, Napa, Schucks O’Riley, Dans Auto, Gama Designs, Bemuns, Candy Boutique, Coca Cola, Twin City Raceways, Kassik’s Brewery, Lone-Wolfe Woodworks, Also a warmhearted thank you to all of our family, friends and friends of friends. We are forever gracious for your true compassion.

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