Posted: Wednesday, February 06, 2002

BP shows support for community with grant to assist food bank

What a wonderful way to lend support to the community! We are most grateful to BP for the $10,000 grant it has given to aid the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank in its ongoing food assistance program. BP has been a tremendous supporter of activities that promote a variety of services in our community. Thank you, BP, for your recognition and solid support of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank.

BP's commitment to sustaining a healthy community is evidenced by concern for those who are less fortunate. It is a tremendous encouragement to have a company like BP actively involved in the food bank's mission to provide nutrition to the needy while promoting activities to address the root causes of hunger. Recognizing that hunger doesn't stop with the holidays, we are especially thankful to BP for partnering with the food bank to touch the lives of so many throughout the peninsula. Because no one deserves to be hungry ...

Peggy Moore

Executive director

Kenai Peninsula Food Bank

Foundation's donation of copier will get workout at hospice

The directors, staff and volunteers of Hospice of the Central Peninsula would like to express our overwhelming appreciation of the Rasmuson Foundation's generous donation of a brand new digital copier for our program. Since our hospice creates our own flyers, forms, newsletters and brochures, this new copier will be getting a busy workout. Everyone here appreciates the Rasmuson Foundation's commitment to community organizations like hospice. We appreciate the support.

Liz Schubert

Executive director

Hospice of the Central Peninsula

SoHi's 'Dessert Concert' fabulous treat in more ways than one

Bravo to Mr. Vernel Schneider and the Soldotna High School Jazz Band for the incredible "Dessert Concert" held at the school last month.The talent of the director and the students shined through, not only in the exceptional selection and production of the music, but also in the efficient and professional serving of the dessert and coffee during the show. We are so fortunate to have this talent in both the director and young musicians.

Thank you!

Gerri Litzenberger


Company's help benefits Big Brothers-Big Sisters program

For the last five years, Pacific Alaska Forwarders has been volunteering and donating its time and effort in helping the local Big Brothers-Big Sisters. Every time I deliver the clothes, I am always welcomed warmly each and every week by the kind folks that work in the office. The staff in the office always graciously helps in the handling and transporting of the clothes. The money made from the sale of these clothes is spent on the Big Brothers-Big Sisters program of Alaska, ensuring youth have adult mentors.

I would like to thank Pacific Alaska Forwarders Inc. for its hard work, kindness and determination in helping the community and state.

Joe Cannava


KCHS students appreciate business ethics seminar

We would like to thank the Kenai Rotary Club for presenting the business ethics seminar "Not For Sale" to our senior English classes. We appreciate your valuable time, your enthusiasm and your commitment to our success in the workplace.

We specifically need to thank the following Rotarians for their preparation and thought-provoking lessons: Barry Eldridge, Bond Stewart, Duane Bannock, Randy Daly, Matt Streiff, Rick Baldwin, Jeff Belluomini, Connie Stewart, Bill Popp, Chris Rodriguez, Joe Gallagher, Craig Fanning, Jim Elson, Rebecca Cronkite and Scott Cunningham.

With many thanks,

Shona DeVolld's Senior English Classes

Kenai Central High School

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