Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2003

Many contribute to success of career-technical conference

A big thank you goes out to the following people for making the recent Career and Technical Student Organization Conference a success. All of these people and organizations donated their time, money and resources for the students of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. They were keynote speakers, work shop presenters, contest coordinators and contest judges.

Again, thanks to: Nelson Amen, George Willams, Regina Theisen, Randy Daly, Fritz Miller, Christy Mulyca, Vicki Scheibel, Rick Abbott, Tom Bartlett, Larry Smith, Mike Tauriainen, Ronda Sykes, Andy Horazdovsy, Andy Veh, Debbie Sonberg, Scott Kraxberger, Dave Vega, Steve Tompkins, Keran Dorcus, Kim Foley, Colleen Ward, Sal Mattero, Michelle Fanning, Mike Dunn, Eileen Reemtsma, Sue Evans, Donna Rooper, Phillipa Sonnichsen, Kathy Mattero, Judy and Don Zacharias, Beth Kellie, Lisa Parker, Mark and Anita Necessary, Phil Reemtsma, Melanie Switzer, Patria Falkenberg, Walt Ward, Doug Gordon, Bill Carlson, Mike Boyle, Al Poindexter, Pat Sheilds and Dale Moon.

The following businesses and organizations are to be thanked for their contribution: Northwest Development Inc., Kenai Peninsula College, Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, Agrium, Calvary Baptist Church, Associated General Contractors of Alaska, Smokey Bay Construction, D&L Construction, Alaska Job Center, Kenai Public Health Center, HiSpeed Gear, Xcel Training and Consulting, Tesoro Alaska, Kenai Process Industries Career Consortium, Spenard Builders Supply and Taurianinen Consulting Engineers.

Walt Ward, Work co-op coordinator Kenai Peninsula Borough School District

Soldotna After the Bell program appreciates area's generosity

The staff at Soldotna After the Bell would like to thank the parents, volunteers, businesses and community for their generous support during our "Stretching The Arts" fund-raiser Feb. 22.

Specifically, we would like to thank the following businesses for sponsoring tables at the auction: Lambe, Tuter, & Wagner, CPAs; Soldotna Police Department, Central Peninsula General Hospital, Hutchings Chevrolet Oldsmobile Cadillac-2, Outlaw Body & Paint, Glacier Pontiac Buick GMS, Alaska Trading & Loan and Wells Fargo.

Thank you to all the people and businesses who donated items for our auction.

We are overwhelmed with the wonderful community support you have shown us in our four years in Soldotna. We look forward to many more years of service to the children and young adults in Soldotna and remain dedicated to providing after school academic and enrichment activities for Soldotna youth and adult community members.

Ginger Steffy, Soldotna After the Bell

National Barrel Horse Association says thanks for support during 2002

The National Barrel Horse Association and its members would like to thank all of those 2002 sponsors and donors. We appreciate all that you have done for us in the past, present or future.

Again, thanks to Echo Lake Food, Fresh-N-Clean, Western Mills Construction, Custom Woodworking, Veterinarian Jerry Nybakken, Ferrier Doug Nightingale, Realtor Steve Crane, Great Bear Ford, Superior Electric, Metal Magic, Tulles Funny Farm, The Place Bar, Sidekick Quarter Horses, Footworks, Raham Welding, Sweeney's and Dr. Justin Moore, DDS.

Vicki Sorrels, district director, National Barrel Horse Association AK-01

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