Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2002

Blood bank's peninsula center appreciates community support

The Blood Bank of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula Center would like to say "thank you" to the following community businesses that have made valuable contributions or provided services to the Kenai Peninsula Center during the past six months:

McDonald's Restaurant Inc., Soldotna Lions Club, Kodiak Lions Club, Homer Elks Club, Seward Elks Club, Kaladi Brothers, Petal Pushers, The Moose is Loose Bakery, Pizza Hut, Blockbuster Video, Adamas' Jewelry, Tesoro Alaska Co., Agrium -- Kenai Nitrogen Operations, Alaska Anvil Engineering Inc., Peninsula Harley Davidson, Big G Electrical and Blazy Construction.

Our staff also would like to say a very special "thank you" to Scott and Deana Cunningham, the owners of McDonald's restaurants. Scott and Deana have both volunteered their time as well as services to the Kenai Peninsula Center, and for the last three years have provided refreshments for all of our donors. We truly appreciate their dedication and support to the Kenai Peninsula Center and our mission to save lives.

Life-sustaining blood is a constant need here in Alaska, as well as all other areas of the country. We continue to call out to the community to share the gift of life with your fellow Alaskans. Learn how it feels to be someone's hero.

Rita Wydra, manager

Blood Bank of Alaska's

Kenai Peninsula Center

Historical society inspired by variety of guest speakers

The board of the Kasilof Regional Historical Society would like to thank all the guest speakers who provided us with excellent programs throughout the year. Thanks, also, for the support we received from the community. It has been an inspiration for all of us.

We will begin our monthly meetings Sept. 12. Hope you all join us then. Thanks again.

Dolly Christl

for the Kasilof Regional Historical Society

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