Support helps 4-H branch out

Posted: Thursday, June 22, 2006

The Kenai Peninsula 4-H Leaders Council would like to thank the following businesses and organizations for helping with the annual tree sale. Without help, we would not have been able to hold such a successful sale.

The Kenai Peninsula State Fair in Ninilchik and the Peninsula Center Mall allowed us to hold our sales on their premises. Echo Lake Feed Store and Connie’s Flowers stepped in and sold the leftover trees for us. All the 4-H clubs on the peninsula donated their time and effort in the selling. Especially appreciated are Mary Lambe and Cindy Irmen, two committed 4-H leaders whose children have graduated from 4-H and school. They continue to donate time and energy to the tree sale.

Also, Janice Chumley, who works at the Cooperative Extension Service, came to the tree sale in Soldotna to offer advice about tree varieties and how and where to plant the trees. Vicki Heinz and Connie Vann of the Cooperative Extension Service also were willing to promote the tree sale and help out.

And last, but not least, a special thank you goes to all our loyal customers who continue to support 4-H, beautify our community (and feed the moose) by planting trees.

Eric Foust


Kenai Peninsula 4-H Leaders Council

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