KCHS basketball team says thanks for community support
The Kenai Kardinal basketball team would like to thank the businesses who supported the progressive basketball shoot contest that was held during the home games. Seekins Ford made half time exciting by offering qualifiers a chance to win a Ford Escape SUV. They also supplied participants with hats and T-shirts.
Many other prizes were donated by our local businesses: Alaska Cold Storage (Coca-Cola products), Arby's, Golden Tan, The Haircutters and Kenai Petro Express.
Funds raised directly benefited the boys' basketball team.
We would also like to express our appreciation to Dan and Kenna Meeks from K-Bay 93.3 radio who faithfully broadcasted every Kardinal game and made our kids feel like "family." We thank you for all that you do to support our teams! Kardinal basketball was brought to us on the air by: Kenai Merit Inn, Koob Chiropractic, Hertz Car Sales, Ultimate Tan, Reads Primary School, Penny's Travel, Preferred Plumbing and Heating, Walter's and
Associates Insurance, Pacific Rim Institute of Safety and Management and Subway "Player of the Game."
The basketball players certainly enjoyed the pizzas donated by Pizza Boys for KSRM's "Player of the Game." Thank you!
Katie Pault, KCHS Basketball Booster Club
Community contributions help create successful conference
The Districtwide CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organizations) conference was held on Feb. 22 and 23 in Kenai.
Organizers and students wish to extend a special thanks to the following people and businesses whom made the conference possible: Tesoro Alaska for shirts, $100 worth of gas cards and 20 mugs; the Leroy Heinrich family; Kenai Chrysler; Airgas; National Oil Well; Crescent Electric; ESAB; HiSpeed Gear; Spenard Builders Supply; Trustworthy Hardware; Corporate Express; Kenai Peninsula College; Fritz Miller; Stan McLane; Scott Kraxberger; and Colleen Ward.
Ben Eveland, Vocational education coordinator Kenai Peninsula Borough School District
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