Kenai basketball teams appreciate support

The Kenai Basketball program would like to thank all of the parents, volunteers, local businesses, and fans that supported our teams during the 2011-2012 season. We appreciate the commitment that our community makes to enrich our students’ school experience. We’d like to give a special thank you to the City of Kenai and the Rec Center for their support and flexibility, and KCHS staff who donated time to referee our C-Team games. Our student-athletes also deserve recognition and thanks for their commitment and dedication.

The following sponsors are part of our program; we’d like to thank: Dan’s TV and Appliance, Donna’s, Espresso Barn, Jersey Subs, Jumpin’ Junction, Kaladi Brothers, Katina’s Greek & Italian Restaurant, Halcyon, Hey Good Lookin’, Holiday Superstores of Kenai, Kenai River Pizza, Kings Treasures, McDonald’s, Peninsula Beauty Supply, Peninsula Clarion, Pizza Boys, Short Stop, Spenard Builders Supply, Taco Bell, Orca Theatre, Tim’s Carpet Cleaning, Tina’s Hair Pros, Veronica’s, Affinity Salon, Alaska Lanes, Arby’s, Beemun’s, Burger Bus, Carl’s Jr., Charlotte’s Restaurant, Sandahl Family, Gilman and Associates, High Speed Gear, Peak Oilfield Service Company, Reilly Photography, Alyeska Tire & Auto Service, River City Dental, Powerade/Coca Cola, Wensley Family, Big G Electric, Rustad Family, Freedom Realty, Conoco Phillips, Tesoro, British Petroleum, ERA Alaska, Risung Family, McGahan Family, Southcentral Rentals, Country Foods IGA, Epperheimer Inc., Marathon Oil, Premier Chiropractic, Adapt Fit, and Atigun, Inc.

Thanks for your generosity and support! See you next season!


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