Posted: Friday, March 02, 2001

Cub Scouts appreciate support

The Cub Scouts of Pack 454 Kasilof would like to express our appreciation to Hutchings Chevrolet. Thanks to its sponsorship, we are able to provide a quality scouting program for the boys of the Kasilof area.

The Cub Scouts enjoy many opportunities for personal growth and community service and have a good time along the way. With the support of Hutchings Chevrolet as our charter organization, we are able to provide a wholesome scouting experience for the boys of our area. Thank you so much for your support.

Audrey Russell for the Cub Scouts of Pack 454 Kasilof

KDLL's stomping success made possible with lots of helping hands

The Second Annual Polar Bear Stomp was a great success, and the staff and board of directors of KDLL would like to thank each and every one of the volunteers and businesses that helped out!

First of all, a very special thank you to Spenard Builders Supply for the use of its building on the Spur Highway. It made a great dance hall. Thanks to Paul Moses, Gene Rabung and Jeff Wharton for their help in securing the use of the building.

Thanks to Robert Peterkin and Mike O'Toole of R & K Industrial for last-minute plowing of the parking lot and the front of the building so folks could get to the dance! Also thanks to Russell Harrison and Calin McKenzie of R & K for delivering chairs and tables, which were loaned by the American Petroleum Institute.

Thanks to Bruce Hardy and Karl Hogg and Coca Cola for the use of the soda fountain and to Gloria Cox and Unocal for the popcorn popper (and to each one of them for instructions on how to use their equipment!).

And of course a great big thank you to each of our volunteers: Marcia Beauchamp, Kim Delay, Lisa Parker, Susan Kernes, Jerry McDonnell, Linda and Dave Athons, Marta Brenner, Steve Horn, Gary Freeburg, Joe McCullough, Vicky and Glenn Tinker, Diane Foster, Abigail Sheldon, Katie VanDerWege, Bill Gronvold, Victoria Steik, Dave Atchison, Tracy Silta, Mari Auxier, Kathy Steberl, Annie Moylan, Jennifer Mitchell, Mitch Michaud, Norm Brennan, George Williams, John Czarnezki, Michelle Price and Doug Newbould.

Allen Auxier, station manager

Community helps make open house successful

Peninsula Dog Obedience Group wishes to thank the communities of the central Kenai Peninsula for their support in assisting us with our open house Feb. 24. Without the donations, representatives, volunteers and, most importantly, the public, the success of our event never would have happened.

PenDOG would like to thank Big Kmart, Cad-Re Feed, Coca Cola of Alaska, Echo Lake Feed, Fred Meyer, Kenai Veterinary Hospital, Our Best Friends, Richards Veterinary Clinic, Safeway, Soldotna Animal Hospital, Tail Waggers Grooming, Tarma Grooming and Twin Cities Veterinary Clinic for their donations.

The group also thanks Asplund Supply, Linda Athons, Jay Barrett, Charlotte's Restaurant, Laurie Cramer, Harry's Family Restaurant, KDLL, KPEN and KSRM radio, Kenai Animal Shelter, Kenai Chrysler Center, Kenai Kennel Club, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Office of Emergency Management, Mavis Lancaster, Susan McLeod, Mykel's Restaurant, the Peninsula Clarion, Peninsula Retrievers Association, Rae's Harness Shop, Soldotna Animal Hospital and Stub's Office Supply.

PenDOG truly appreciates the contributions and support from these businesses and individuals.

Faith Hays, president Peninsula Dog Obedience Group

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