Community, parent support turns party into dream come true
On behalf of the Soldotna High School After Prom Committee, I would like to thank the following businesses for helping to make the Dare to Dream After Prom Party a huge success: Alaska Great Skate, Judy and Guy Hayes; Great Bear Ford; Soldotna Lions Club; Kenai Fjords Tours; Grossl Photography; Tesoro; Mary's Hairstyling; Signatures Salon; Challenger Learning Center; Sweeney's; Coffee Concepts; Arby's; McDonald's; ACS; GCI; RJ's; Zeny's; Kenai Peninsula Harley Davidson; Alaska Airlines; Memory Makers; Kenai River Sportfishing Association; Dairy Queen; Era Aviation; Fitness Place; Safeway; Kenai Peninsula College; Alaska C & C Stables; Riverside House; KDLL; Blockbuster Video; The Hair Force; Birch Ridge Golf Course; Kaladi Brothers Coffee Co.; Chat Room; TDS Construction; Ron Fay's Moose Creek Lodge; Gilman and Associates; 1st National Bank; Penner Construction; State Farm Insurance; Isabelle's Fine Catering; Kenai River Lodge; Peninsula Speciality Advertising; Soldotna Florist; Travel Place; Kenai Peninsula Orthopedics; Sherman Signs; Udelhoven; VECO; Alaska USA Credit Union; Marathon Oil Co.; Parker Horn Co.; Malston's; Kenai Peninsula Chapter Safari Club; Wells Fargo Bank; SoHi PTSA; Moose Is Loose; Godfather's Pizza; Safeway; Jersey Subs; Subway of Soldotna; Soldotna Elks; and APC. We would also like to thank the many junior class parents who made food donations, cash donations, and/or helped to plan to carry out the party.
The support of the businesses and parents was appreciated. Without it, the party would not have been the success that it was. The generosity of the parents and community was totally unbelievable! It is great to know that we live in such a caring community.
We had over 180 students participate in the festivities. They had a terrific time at the party and are still talking about it. They had lots of food, games, and door prizes. No one had time to get sleepy -- even the parents were kept busy trying to keep up with all the activities.
Judith Swarner, Soldotna High School Junior Class Parent
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