4-H, the youth development arm of the University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service, would like to thank the following organizations and individuals for partnering to make the Dec. 17 cultural moose hunt possible. The hunt is a program that allows young people to experience harvesting a moose.
Thank you to the following: Safari Club International; Safari Club members Joe and Billie Hardy and Dave Donald; Alaska Department of Fish and Game; Larry Lewis, Fish and Game wildlife technician; Jeff Selinger, Fish and Game wildlife biologist; Kenai Alternative High School; KAHS principal, Greg Wilbanks; KAHS teacher, Vickie Roney; participating KAHS students and 4-H’ers; Clarion reporter, Patrice Kohl; Echo Lake Lockers, Jim Clark; Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Linda Swarner; and Carrol Martin, butcher.
All in all, the event was a meaningful experience for everyone involved , especially the young people. It would not have happened if so many partners hadn’t stepped up to offer their time, experience and expertise. Thank you all. Our community is the best.
Kenai Peninsula 4-H
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