Community support helps students celebrate prom

This community really supports our youth. Recently, many of Kenai Central High School’s teenagers got dressed in their finest attire and celebrated an American tradition: Prom. For years, KCHS parents of prom-goers have sponsored After Prom, a safe, fun-filled activity where teens spend most of the evening following the dance. On behalf of the parents, I would like to highlight the area’s people and businesses that made this happen. The venues included Kenai Middle School, Kenai Recreation Center, and the Kenai Senior Center (who made breakfast for approximately 150 teenagers at 3:45 a.m.!).

Additionally, the following people and businesses donated either time, money, food, or door prizes: Kim Dolchok, Phillip Lazenby, Gary and Kelli Stroh, Maria Duran, Karen Evans, Abby Hall, Tiffany Swanson, Michelle Steinbeck, Cathy Zorbas, Renee Bible, Tammy Narlock, Julie English, Stacia Rustad, Alan Fields, Jim Beeson, Curt and Lori Wagoner, Scot Shier, Dacia Shier, Falon McGahan, Courtney Stroh, Kelly Reilly Photography, Harling Family, Penny Power, Playa Azul, Katina’s, Safeway, Grant Aviation, Blockbuster, C Cups, Kenai River Pizza, KCHS Basketball Booster Club, Napa Auto Parts, Arby’s, Matt Pyhala, King’s Treasure, Peninsula Athletic Club, Froso’s, Kikay Fashion, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Dairy Queen, Gifts and Gadgets, Burger Bus, CBC Rentals, Orca Movie Theater, Big Daddy Pizza, Espresso Barn, IGA, Sweeney’s, Totally Tan, Beary FroYo, Pizza Hut, Hair Force, Phillips Family, Stacey Krause, Epperheimer Enterprises, Narrow Road Productions, ConocoPhillips, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Anew Salon, Dan’s TV, Kenai Aviation, and Wonder Bread. If any name or business was omitted, please excuse my error. Thank you once again for your generous support. Without the community’s help we would have been unable to offer such an exciting After Prom this year.


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