Support makes Fourth fantastic

Posted: Thursday, July 09, 2009

On behalf of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Directors, I would like to thank everyone who participated in Kenai's Fourth of July Parade and Festivities this year. This year's event was a great success and we couldn't have done it without you.

Main Event Sponsors: Tesoro, XTO Energy, Inc., Conoco Phillips, Udelhoven Oilfield Services Inc., Brown Agency, CBC Rental & Supply, LLC., KDLL, Pickle Hill Public Broadcasting, ACS, Arby's, Beacon Occupational Health & Safety Services, First American Title, Homer Electric Association, Johnson's Tire Service, Marathon Oil Corporation, Metal Magic, Rain for Rent, Walters & Associates Insurance Inc., Wells Fargo, City of Kenai Parks and Recreation, City Police and Fire Department; Parade Grand Marshals: Dr. Peter and Karolee Hansen; Queens of Kenai: Anita Necessary, Sue Carter, Penny Furnish; Parade Judges: Kenai Chamber Board of Directors; Parade Announcers: Jackie and Brice from KSRM; Stephanie McGahan for singing the National Anthem; Parade Line Up Volunteers: Robert Peterkin, Neal Duperron, Mormon Elders and Sisters, Deb Milam, and Jodi Stuart; Volunteer Support: Young Marines, Penny Furnish, Kenai Fellowship, Kenai Boys & Girls Club, Cheryl Bridge, Steve Hansen, Jason Carroll, Mark Graves, Roy Wells, Charlotte Legg, Dr. Dennis Swarner, Scott Griffith, Polly Collins, Stacey Warton, Ginger Ribelin, Laura Yeager, Brendyn Shiflea, Sharon Allen, Milt Allen, Carol Bannock, Lynden Transport, Arby's, Spenard Builders Supply, Digits Computing, Peninsula Clarion and The Business Mechanic, Southern Comfort, Na Manu Olu Dance Troupe, Kenai Senior Line Dancers, Kenai Performers, Vikki Tinker, and Katie Evans; Parade Entrants: Alaska Division of Forestry, AK Super Services, Alaska Independence Party, American Legion Post #20, Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Dave Carey, Boys & Girls Clubs - Kenai Unit, Boys & Girls Clubs Nikiski Clubhouse, Brandi Pennison, Bravo Troop 1st of the 297th Reconnaissance & Security Squadron, Brown Bear Gun Shop, Buddy's Garage, Charlotte Mitcheltree, Civil Air Patrol, Cody Mishler, Curtain Call Consignment, Delta Waterfowl, Diamond M Ranch, First Student, Freddy Pollard, Gary Webb, Grace Lutheran Church & School, Irishrose, Traveling Cargiver Service, James Naud, Janet Taylor, Jeff Kepp, Jim & Judy Heldberg, Julian Goodman, Karina Raemaeker, Kenai Central High School and Drumline, KDLL Pickle Hill Public Broadcasting, Kenai Elks Lodge, Kenai Kate's Old Time Photos, Kenai Mayor Pat Porter, Kenai Neon Sign Co, Kenai Peninsula 4-H, Kenai Peninsula College, Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Kenai Peninsula Harley Owners Group, Kenai Peninsula Hockey Assoc, Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions, KPSC Sweetfeet, Kenai Peninsula Tea Party Patriots, Kenai River Brown Bears, Kenai Rotary Soap Box Derby, Kenai Senior Center Swinging Golden Girls, Kenaitze Indian Tribe, Kevin Arnett, Kevin Pennison, KPSC Rowdies, KSRM Radio Group, La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Larry Harvey, Lighthouse Community Church, Love Inc., Mike's Delivery, Mike Vincent, Nikiski Fire Department, Peninsula Clarion, Peninsula Martial Arts, Peninsula Young Life, Peterkin Girls, Pioneers of Alaska, Portraits & Parties, Raven School, Ready Care, Representative Kurt Olson, Roxane Mathewson, Scott & Kelly Griebel, Sedona Florist, Snow Wizard, Soldotna Community Playground, Soldotna Mayor Peter Micciche, Soldotna United Methodist Church, Boy Scouts of America Pack 669, Stanley Chrysler, Terry Steiner, Tesoro, The Shelf, Tilly Smith, United States Army, VFW Post 10046, Wanda Carlson; and special thanks to all the vendors that participated on the park strip this year!

Tina Baldridge

Executive Director

Kenai Chamber of Commerce

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