Community comes together for Unity Run

The Unity Run is a symbol of a community standing together in the Last Frontier. It also symbolizes the Rotary motto of Service Above Self as volunteers come together to make the race a true unified event.

On behalf of the Twin Cities Rotaract Club, The Soldotna Rotary Club and the Kenai River Rotary Club we want to extend our sincere thanks to all of you who participated in this year’s event.

Rotarians, City of Soldotna, the Kenai Peninsula Borough, Central Emergency Services and Soldotna Police Dept. participants and sponsors in a collective effort made the 10th annual Rotary Unity Run the best ever.

Our thanks to the Rotary Unity Run committee lead by Soldotna Rotary President Dale Bagley for coordinating this flawless event and our special thanks to all sponsors. All proceeds from this event will go to local Rotary projects on the Peninsula that further meets a variety of needs to enhance our community’s quality of life.

2013 Rotary Unity Run sponsors include:

Central Peninsula Hospital, Heritage Place, Peninsula Radiation Oncology, Kenai Spine, Northern Technology Group, Tesoro AK, Alaska Maxi Storage, Kenai Catering, Redbout Realty, Sweeney’s Clothing, First National Bank of Alaska, Froso’s Family Dining, Davis Block and concrete, Lambe, Tuter, and Wagner CPA, Hammond Truking, Soldotna Professional Pharmacy, Sikorski Consulting, Integrity Surveying, Legacy LLC, High Mark Distillery, Frames and Things, Jerry C. Hu DDS, Alaska Vacation Rentals, Dr. Hoebelheinrich, Peninsula Pediatric, Lakeside Peonies, Nikko Garden, Tom and Vicki Janz, Key Bank, KDLL Radio, Four D Carpet One, Alaska Best Water, Tammy’s Flowers, Foster Construction, The Fitness Place, Jumping Junction, ConocoPhillips, 1st Choice Home Health, Dailey Accounting Services, Homer Electric Association, Residential Mortgage, Colton Sprinklers, Senator and Mrs. Peter Micchiche, and The Peninsula Clarion.

Thanks for everyone’s effort in putting the Unity into comm-unity


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