Thanks for all who help with March for Meals

The Kenai Senior Center’s March for Meals Fundraiser in support of their Meals on Wheels program so “no senior goes hungry” was held March 22, and once again, the community came together with outstanding support. We had tremendous response from businesses and corporations who donated funds or auction items for the fundraiser. On behalf of all our seniors many thanks to: Alaska Communications, Alaska SeaLife Center, Alaska Wildland Adventures Inc., Arby’s, Best Transit Mix, Big G Electric & Engineering Inc., Bishop Lake Studio/Jim and Nedra Evenson, Bridgekeeper’s Inn/Valerie Morin, Central Peninsula Hospital, Charlotte’s Restaurant, Diamond M Ranch and Resort, Edward Jones/Matt Streiff, First National Bank of Alaska/Kenai Branch, Frames and Things, GCI, Home Depot, Industrial Drilling Alaska Inc., Kenai Catering, Kenai Fjords Tours Inc., Kenai Lions Club, Kenai Medical Center Inc., Klauder & Co. Architects, Malloy &Schmidt Attorneys at Law, Nelson Engineering/Bill and Melinda Neslon, Peak Oilfield Services, Peninsula Memorial Chapel Inc., Spenard Builders Supply/Kenai, State Farm Insurance/Kristi Babcock, and Uptown Motel/Louie’s Restaurant.

Many heartfelt thanks go to those individuals who contributed significant funds or auction items. They are: Doyle and Heather Carlson, Marlene Duffy, Virginia Poore, Carol Freas, Joanna Hollier, Cliff and Kathy Heus, Satorene Jackson, Gypsy Jolly, Rob Jolly, Edna Jones, Wayne and Margaret Jones, Lynette Kennedy, Billie huddleston, Len Malmquist, Glenn and Patsy Clifford, Dennis and Carolyn Ostrander, Patty Segura, Walt and Colleen Ward, Roy Wells, and Dick and Miriam Woodin.

Special thanks to the countless pie makers and volunteers for their efforts, Bull Don and the Moose Nuggets for their music, Duane Bannock, our auctioneer, Missy for the wonderful dinner and to Mayor Pat Porter for attending our function.

The Kenai Senior Center Staff and the board members of Kenai Senior Connection Inc. appreciate the support this community gives our seniors and we thank you for your generosity.

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