Registration open for Homer Half Marathon
Runners are training for the sixth annual Homer Half Marathon planned for Sept. 1. The 13.1-mile race starts at the Homer High School track at 10 a.m., runs to the end of the Homer Spit and back to the high school.
Proceeds from the Half Marathon benefit the Homer Foundation, which is a publicly supported, tax-exempt organization created to foster and encourage philanthropy and charitable giving, prudently manage endowed assets and provide year-round grants to improve the equality of life for the greater Homer area.
Preregistration for the race is encouraged. The $25 registration fee includes a T-shirt, goody bag and post-race pasta feed. T-shirts are guaranteed for registrations received before Aug. 9, and the registration fee will be $30 on the day of the race.
This year's event also will include a one mile fun run/walk following the start of the Half Marathon.
To register or for more information, write to Joy at the Homer Foundation, P.O. Box 2600, Homer, AK 99603, call (907) 235-0541, fax (907) 235-0542 or e-mail email@example.com.
KCHS class of 1972 seeks members for reunion
Kenai Central High School's class of 1972 will meet for its 30-year reunion Aug. 9 to 11. The reunion coordinators are still trying to contact several classmates. Anyone with information on the following students is asked to call Kim (Vaughan) Webb at 262-5341. The classmates who need to be contacted are Susan Abel, Lovelyn Bryant Bremond, Lynn "Bambi" Bruning, Randy Camplin, Chia Chao Chu, Jaye Clemens, Mike Cutsinger, Ann England Evans, Sandy Fee, Deborah Field, Barb Green, Danny Hansen, Gail Keiser, Janette Keiser, Leon Keller, Robert Kislter, Bruck Lashley, Vicki Love, John McLaughlin, Elizabeth Miller, Walter Moody, John Nashoanak, John Pennington, Rick Pittenger, Roger Spradlin, Rickey Strickland, Elain Thomas, Juanita Trowbridge, Howard Walker, Debra Walters, Mildred Willis and Nancy Woodford.
Jewelry sale to raise funds
Cathy Sue and Bead Beautiful Bracelets will sponsor a fund-raiser Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Coffee Concepts.
All proceeds from the sales of bracelets, necklaces, anklets and earrings will help with expenses for Makenna Holly's upcoming open-heart surgery.
Summer Clubhouse Session II begins today
The Soldotna Boys and Girls Club After the Bell program's Summer Clubhouse Session II begins today and runs through Aug. 8. The program takes place at Soldotna Elementary School from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
New mini-courses, field trips and recreational activities are planned, including reading camp, Russian drama, cooking, sewing, fishing and nature.
Morning and afternoon snacks are provided daily, but children should bring a sack lunch each day. There is a $100 fee for the session, and a $20 Boys and Girls Club membership fee also will be required if the child is not already a registered member.
For registration information, call 262-9796 or 398-2923.
WRCC seeks volunteers
The Women's Resource and Crisis Center has volunteer opportunities available for the summer. Ideas include weeding and cleaning grounds at the LeeShore Emergency Shelter and Transitional Living Center, mowing the grass at the center playground, helping with the Run for Women Aug. 10 or becoming a WRCC court observer.
For more information, call the WRCC volunteer coordinator at 283-9479.
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