Polar Bear Stomp helps KDLL, Habitat for Humanity

Posted: Friday, April 02, 2004

The third Polar Bear Stomp was a lot of fun and the staff and boards of directors of KDLL and Habitat for Humanity 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 Carr Gottstein Properties for the use of the old Carrs Center in the Kenai Mall. It made a great dance hall. Thanks to John Krump for his help in the use of the building.

A special thank you to Roy Wells for putting together a great band Mike Silba, Jack Will, Sue Biggs, Joe Tromblee, Vedram Jukic and "Whitey" Dyment. Together they played a good variety of musical styles with plenty wonderful dance tunes.

Even more thanks and kudos to Mike Silba and The Music Box for providing all of the sound equipment!

Thanks also to the Kenai Performers for the use of their platforms which created the band stand.

Thanks to Robert and Ray Peterkin and John Youngstrom of R & K for delivering chairs and tables, which were loaned by the American Petroleum Institute. Thanks to Christine Hutchinson and Unocal for the popcorn popper. Thanks to the Kenai Elks for the gold wall and Agrium for the use of the blue gossamer.

And, of course, a great big thank you to each of our volunteers: Marcia Beau-champ, Vicky and Glenn Tinker, Mari Auxier, Rita Kincade, Lisa Kent, Carly Batton, Sheryl Padilla, Tom Bowman, Scott Anderson, Scott Slavik, Ann Marina, Jeremy Fortner, Barbara McNinch, Charlie LaForge, Will and Monte Hightower, Emily Daly, Hal Smalley, Jim and Frances Consider, Kari Daly, Bill and Susan Hatch, Curt Swan, Mike and Marilyn Dimmick, Mary Anderson, Joan Merrick, Cary Graves and Chris Gehrett.

Allen Auxier, KDLL station manager and Terri Daly, Habitat for Humanity administrator

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