Posted: Thursday, March 01, 2001

Community support keeps Kenai Crewsers rowing along

The Kenai Crewsers would like to thank the generous and talented people who supported our "A Taste of Art" fund-raiser. We would not be able to afford our equipment, learn to row or compete if it was not for their help!

Please help us thank the following: John Andrews; Leslie Ansel; Beemun's Variety; Libby Berezin; Hilary Cassidy; Kevin Dougherty; Dove Alaska; Pat Dye; Felicia's Hair Tech; Jim Golden; Seward's Hotel Edgewater; Kenai Crewser members, spouses and children; Nancy and Frank Kufel; Martha's Corner; Mary's Hairstyling; Laurine Maxwell; Su Mourek of Etc. by Su; New Seward Hotel and Saloon; Northcountry Fair; Linda O'Brien; Pollard Wireline Inc.; R.J.'s Small Engine Repair and Sharpening; Ridgeway School; Snug Harbor Seafoods; Jennifer Tabor; Talley & Smith; Joanne Wainwright; Dave Westerman; and Wilderness Way.

We would also like to again thank Doug Baxter of Batir Construction for his generous cash donation; Brian Butts and Ardie Crawford of B.J.'s for beer selection and service -- and for providing free non-alcoholic drinks to promote responsible driving; Lori Chase of The Chase Is Over for her excellent appetizers and service; and Mike Morgan for his many talents and continued support. Thank you all and we hope to see you at our next fund-raiser and art auction!

Terri Zopf-Schoessler, Kenai Crewsers secretary

It's no mystery: Generosity creates successful events

Recently, the Kenai Community Library hosted two mystery writers, S.J. Rozan and L.C. Hayden. They were attending the Sisters in Crime Conference in Anchorage. Using grants from CIRI and the SouthCentral Foundation, conference participants were sent throughout the state to visit classrooms and give writing workshops and readings.

I want to thank CIRI and the SouthCentral Foundation for their generous sponsorship. I would also like to thank the Kenai Merit Inn for providing lodging for S.J. Rozan and L.C. Hayden, and Peggy Mullen with River City Books for hosting their readings.

It is because of their generosity that these events were a success.

Corey Hall, Kenai Community Library

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