Individuals, businesses helped make women's ride a success

Posted: Thursday, April 07, 2005

The Way Out Women of the Kenai Peninsula extend a huge thank you to all who participated, donated and just plain supported the first Kenai Peninsula Way Out Women's ride.

With the help of our generous community, we were able to raise more than $25,000. These funds will directly support local cancer patients.

Special thanks to Polaris Industries, A-1 Enterprises, GiGi and Rocky Zubek, Straight In Lodge, Lost Creek Lodge, A.B.C. Motorhomes, Eureka Lodge, Jersey Subs, Kenai Auto, Pepsi of Anchorage, Central Peninsula General Hospital, Country Foods, Moose Is Loose Bakery, Byron and Margie McCord, Haircutters, Charlotte's, Golden Tan, The Flower House, Corporate Express, Gallery 25, Malston's, Little SkiMo's, Halcyon, Kenda's Studio, Karlene's, Jackie Price Housekeeping, Fish Happens Charters, Gottschalk's, NAPA, Fireweed Herb Garden, Bridgett Bidwell (AK Salon), Sweeney's, Kambe Theatre, Orso's, Glacier Brew House, Debi Kimbrell, Shelly McGann, Jay Northey, Chris Calabrese, Wells Fargo, Healthy Changes, Ray Henrichs, DeAnna Compton, Heather Finkle, Bill Lopeman, Glenna Bragg, Bob Winsor, Jim West and all of the others who gave time to help or were supportive.

The response was overwhelming, and we hope we haven't missed anyone. Special thanks to all the "Cabana Boys" — you were great.

This is what makes the Kenai Peninsula such a great place to live.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Kim Cooper, Kathy Lopeman, For the Way Out Women of the Kenai Peninsula

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