Unveiling keeps food bank fresh

Posted: Tuesday, May 03, 2005

On behalf of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, I wish to thank and express our gratitude to the Kenai Peninsula College's intermediate painting class, taught by Celia Anderson, for the beautiful mural that now hangs on our facility at 33955 Community College Drive in Soldotna. The artwork is a result of the Kenai Peninsula College Student Service Learning Program Partnership with the food bank.

Local businesses assisting with this project included Columbia Paint, Cook Inlet Sign and Lighting (Steven Judge), Fred Meyer, G. F. Sherman Signs (Guff Sherman), Spenard Builders and United Rentals.

Ray Zagoriski's marketing class students helped promote the unveiling event in addition to the Funny River Ladies biscuits and gravy fund-raiser April 23. Thank you to the Funny River Chamber of Commerce for its financial help in this popular event. Karen Ruebsamen won the quilt crafted by the Funny River Quilters and quilted by the Forget Me Knot Quilters with batting from the Kenai Fabric Center.

I wish to thank Tim Fowler, Juanita and Clayton Hillhouse for the new T-shirt design depicting a portion of the mural.

Thank you to the media for promoting Kenai Peninsula Food Bank events!

Linda Swarner, Executive director, Kenai Peninsula Food Bank

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