Support makes Round Up boot stompin' fun

Soldotna Senior Center would like to thank all of the wonderful volunteers and area donors that supported the Center’s very successful Fall Round-Up fundraiser. A big thank you to Senator Peter Micciche for being our great auctioneer and his family for their assistance. We would like to thank all of the donors including Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Aspen Hotel, King Salmon Restaurant, Darlene Biastock, Alyeska Tire Service, Trustworthy Hardware, Ken & Mavis Lancaster, GCI, Frames & Things, Four D Carpet, Dragonfly Gallery, Barry & Christine Demey, Kenai Reiver Brewing Company, Dana & Darlene Nichols, Jersey Subs, Fred Meyers One Stop Shop, Ginger’s Restaurant, Golden International Restaurant, Phormation Chiropractic Day Spa, Fine Thyme Cafe, Dave & Linda Nichols, Paul & Joyce Fischer, Gifts & Gadgets, Odie’s Bead-It, Susan’s Bath & Body Botique, Bucket’s Sports Grill, Berry Cool Yogart, Johnson’s Tire, Mykel’s Restaurant & Lounge; Log Gifts and Jewelry, Nita Douthit, Spenard Builders, Gama’s Designs, Trinity Greenhouse, Dorothy Diamond, Don Jose’s Mexican Restaurant, and Alaska Bolt & Chain.

A special thank you to all of the volunteers that worked tirelessly providing music, collecting donations, decorating, setting tables, kitchen aides, servers, ticket sales, pictures, and clean-up. Another huge thank you to the very well known Kenai Spur Spankers for their fabulous boot stomping, hand clapping, and dancing music. We would also like to thank the Peninsula Clarion, KBAY Radio and KSRM Radio for the excellent media coverage. We attribute our great success to all of our volunteers and donors. We couldn’t do it without you, and again thank you everyone.

Morris M. Breed

President

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