Soldotna seniors say mahalo for support

Soldotna Senior Center’s Hawaiian Luau fundraiser was a great success and we would like to thank all of the wonderful volunteers and donors for their support. A huge thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers that worked tirelessly in many capacities decorating, selling tickets, soliciting donations, setting diningroom tables, chefs, kitchen aides, serving food and beverages, dishwashers, receptionist, lei greeters, and auction attendants. Where ever something needed done a volunteer was there to do it. We would like to thank Senator Peter Micciche for being our very entertaining and excellent auctioneer. A special thank you to all of our very generous donors including Aspen Hotel, Bailey’s Furniture, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Dana and Darlene Nichols, Trinity Greenhouse, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Poppy Lane Flowers, Wells Fargo Bank, River City Books, Dragonfly Gallery, Susan’s Bath & Body Boutique, Bucket’s Sports Grill, Kenai River Brewing Company, Jersey Subs, Odies-Bead-It, Katie MacLeod, Johnson’s Tire Service, Tesoro #203, St. Elias Brewing Company, Liz’s Cards & Gifts, Henry Kroll, Al & Bunny Chong, Ginger’s Restaurant, Ray & Pam Estes, Arby’s, The Corner Cafe, Frames & Things, Grand Burrito Restaurant, Gamas Designs, 4-D Carpet One, Acapulco Restaurant, PJ’s Diner, Don Jose’s Mexican Restaurant, Karlene’s Day Spa, Nikko Gardens, Fashionably Sassy, Dorothy Diamond, Mountain Magic Massage, Froso’s Restaurant, Sweeney’s Clothings, Beemun’s Variety, Shelley McManamy, Alaska Bolt & Chain, Kaladi Brothers, Betty Siemion, Kimmy Smith, Gourmet Deli, Hey Good Lookin’, Nita Douthit, Trustworthy Hardware, Spenard Builder’s Supply, Napa Auto Parts, Caribou Family Restaurant, and Donna Swaby. Another big thank you to KSRM and KBAY Radio Stations, and the Peninsula Clarion for their great media coverage.

We attribute our annual Hawaiian Luau’s great success to all of our faithful volunteers and donors. We couldn’t do it without you! Thanks again everyone.


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