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Many hands made tournament a slam dunk

Posted: Monday, January 23, 2006

The 15th annual Cook Inlet Academy (CIA) Classic Basketball Tournament was held earlier this month and was a big hit with players and fans alike. A successful tournament has many people working hard behind the scenes to make it work and this tournament was no exception.

CIA would like to thank all those whose effort made this tournament possible, starting with the tournament director Carmen Franchino and her assistant Jeannie McNutt -- thanks to both of you for all that you for CIA.

Additional thanks go out to: Ted Forsi, Rhonda Orth, Lisa Burkhart, Kathy Zufelt, Jodene McAuliffe, Rita Lindow, Kim Bell, the oh-so-valuable Laurel Kytonen, Roy McNutt, Doug and Spencer McAuliffe, Melodie Symington, Bruce Gabriel, Stephen Musgrove, Justin Franchino, Greg Brown, Joann Moffis, Mary White, Nita Larson, Pam Estes, Melissa May, Rona Hodges,Zetta Bird, Anne and Steve Larson, Lori Borwn, Frankie White, Gail Udelhoven, and Karen McGahan.

Thanks also go out to Coca-Cola Bottling, Brown Insurance Agency and Big G Electric for their corporate sponsorship plus Solid Rock Bible Camp for their assistance. Finally, thanks to the teams, players, referees and fans who made this tournament great. Thanks!

Kevin Spence, principal

Cook Inlet Academy



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