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Businesses appreciated for allowing mentors to help

Posted: Monday, April 18, 2005

Dunkin and Bush, Inc. and Offshore Systems Kenai (OSK) are providing release time for mentors to volunteer at Nikiski Jr/Sr High School; the Kenai Police Department and the Kenai Fire Department of providing release time for mentors to volunteer at Kenai Central High School; Boys and Girls Clubs of the Kenai Peninsula and Kenai New Life Assembly of God Church are providing release time for mentors to volunteer at Kenai Middle School; Sweeney's Clothing is providing release time for a mentor to volunteer at Soldotna High School; Arby's of Soldotna is supporting a mentor volunteering at Soldotna Middle School; Kenai Auto is providing release time for a mentor to volunteer at Skyview High School; the City of Homer is providing release time for a mentor to volunteer at Homer High School; the City of Homer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Chain Reaction/Ulmer's Drug and Hardware, Haas and Spigelmyer Attorneys at Law, Homer Electric Association, and Big Mountain Builders are all providing release time for mentors to volunteer at Homer Middle School.

These Kenai Peninsula businesses and organizations are partners in change. They are working with their employees to make a positive difference in the lives of young people. Their support and encouragement make it possible for our young people to participate. I thank them for their dedication to our youth and support of the Aspirations Advocate Program.

Sheilah-Margaret Pothast, District facilitator, Aspirations Advocate Program



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