Fall Round-Up support appreciated

Soldotna Senior Center’s Fall Round-Up fundraiser was a huge success and would like to thank all of our talented and dedicated volunteers that worked tirelessly for door prizes, auction items, decorating, ticket sales, setting up, reception, cooking, serving, auctioneers, taking pictures, dish washing and clean up. We would like to greatly thank the Spur Highway Spankers for their 13th year volunteering for this event and their fabulous music and talent. A special thank you to Senator Peter Micciche for being our very popular auctioneer and his family assisting for the outcry auction. Another thank you to Estelle Parks and Dorothy Diamond for soliciting and receiving the numerous door prizes and auction items.

The Center would like to extend its appreciation and special thank you to all the merchants for their generous donations, including; Aspen Hotels, Auto Zone, North Country Fair, Wells Fargo, Dana and Darlene Nichols, Trustworthy Hardware, Four D Carpet One, Liz’s Cards and Gifts, Bunny Chong, Frames & Things, Don Jose’s Mexican Restaurant, Arbys, Dragonfly Gallery, Susan’s Bath & Body Boutique, PJ’s Restaurant, Kenai River Brewing Company, Fred Meyers One Stop Shop, Jersey Subs, Fine Thyme Cafe, Sweeney’s Clothing, Acapulco Mexican Restaurant, Cadre Feed Store, Napa Auto Parts Store, Hey Good Lookin’, Betty Seimion, Donna Swaby, Katie MacLeod, Gladys Routh, Buckets Sports Grill, Kathy East, Dale & Dorothy Malcho, Mykel’s Restaurant, Dean Petersen, Nita Douthit, Spenard Builders, Golden International Restaurant; Paradisos Restaurant, China Sea Restaurant, Aleyska Sales & Service, Abby’s Beads & More, King Salmon Restaurant, Ginger’s Restaurant, Gamas Designs, George Parks, Margo Dias, Dorothy Diamond, Caribiou Family Restaurant, Margaret Phelps, Gourmet Garden Market Deli, Pat & John Jones, Billie Meisinger, and the anonymous donors.

Another Big Thank you to the Peninsula Clarion, KBAY Radio and KSRM Radio for their excellent media coverage. Our great success is attributed to all of our exemplary volunteers and donors. You are all truly appreciated!

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