Skyview students, community schools form winning team
Nearly 100 children and their parents enjoyed the Spring Craft Fair recently sponsored by the Skyview High School National Honor Society and Soldotna Community Schools.
The NHS students planned the crafts, made
supply lists and then helped the students the day of the fair to create simple crafts.
The NHS students who worked so hard to make the craft project a success were committee chairperson Katie Kier, willing workers Leon Galbraith, Carrie Collins, Lela Wiley, Courtney Kier, Grant Gephardt, Micah Mohler, Amanda Bauer, Alecia Wood, Deaglan Vann and NHS adviser Linda Raemaeker.
Soldotna Community Schools has been doing these "partner projects" for nearly 20 years and believe they are important events for both age groups.
We appreciate the support of these fine young Skyview students, with their creativity and energy, and the parents of the younger folks who make a point of supporting our ongoing activities with their attendance.
Thanks to all.
Rosie Reeder, Soldotna Community Schools
Phillips helps feed area's hungry with $10,000 donation to food bank
Phillips Alaska Inc. has renewed its commitment to support the important works of nonprofit organizations around the state with a generous $10,000 donation to the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank.
The money from Phillips Alaska Inc. will be used to help fund the four food distribution programs at the Food Bank that provided over 564,000 pounds of donated food to hungry people on the Kenai Peninsula in 2000.
Phillips Alaska Inc. has contributed to the food bank over the last decade; and with the recent donation, Phillips' total contribution exceeds $119,000.
We are truly blessed to receive such generous support from the members of our community!
Dayne Clark, president Kenai Peninsula Food Bank
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