KPB Assembly honors local Champs

Posted: Tuesday, April 22, 2003

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly unanimously passed 3 commending resolutions at last weeks meeting. The Ninilchik High School Girls Basketball Team was honored for winning their fourth straight State 2A Title under the direction of Coach Dan Leman, who received his sixth Small Schools Coach of the Year award.

The Nikiski High School Girls Basketball team was honored for winning their third Class 3A State Title, under the direction of Coach Ward Romans, and the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association's Ice Hawk Pee Wee Tier III Hockey team was commended for winning their first Tier III Alaska State Championship Tournament.


Assembly President Pete Sprague congratulates the Ice Hawk Pee Wee Tier III Alaska State Champ.

In other non-legislative business, Mayor Dale Bagley proclaimed May 1st as "National Day of Prayer" on the Kenai Peninsula and encouraged all residents to observe the day in ways appropriate to its importance and significance. The Mayor stated that The National Day of Prayer is deeply rooted in America's history dating back to the First Continental Congress in 1775. "May 1, 2003 marks the observance of the National Day of Prayer. Millions of Americans will join together across racial, political, and denominational boundaries to pray for our nation," said Bagley.

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