The Fourth of July Celebration in Kenai was a great success, and I would like to thank the following people and businesses for dedicating their time and services to this wonderful community event: Jason Carroll, Penny Furnish, Rachel Clark, Katie Rogers, Robert Peterkin, Neal Du Perron, Herb Settler. Tom Schanrock, Bill Bartlett, Amanda Feagin, Unocal retirees, George Ford, Joe Harris, Harold Flood, Ron Fullnick, Jack Keck, Leon Quesnel, Les Stricker, grand marshals Helen and Doyle Carlson, Jessica McNutt, Cora Byrd, Karlene Mueller, Dennis Swarner, Roy Espy, Mayor Pat Porter, council member Joe Moore, Kenai Chrysler, Miss Alaska, Miss Alaska Outstanding Teen, Miss Junior Miss, Kenai Police Department, GLM, Spenard Builders Supply, Kenai Middle School girls summer program, Lynden Transport, Sue Carter, Julie Wheeler, Dena Cunningham, Tracy Prior, Dottie Sander, Julie Carroll, Bill Grimm, Young Marines, Peninsula Sanitation, S and R Enterprises, Tim's Janitorial, Janet Lomayesva, LDS Elders, R and K and Atigun, Cannetta Salmon, Merrill Sikorski, Nelson's Amen's Dixieland Band, Na Manu Olu and Aeko hula dancers, Kenai Swinging Golden Girls, All-American Dance and More, Tony Barrett Bagpipes. Chantell Guerra, Anita Oliva, Robert and Bunny Swan Gease, Kenaitze Drummers, Dave Edward, Smith and Turk, Tim Sturn Band, Mary Rutz, Wanda Taylor, Dick Odgers, Ted Johnson, Rick and Karen Kupp, Steve Halloway, JR Kitchens, KSRM, Bailey's Furniture, Elena Bird, Christopher Hall, Phyllis Swarner, Kenai Lions Club, Air Gas, Pepsi, Alyeska Tire, New Life Assembly of God, 4-H, Alena Letring, Bristol West, Peninsula Tent and Party Rentals, Kenai Fire Department, McDonald's and Decor Furniture.
Last but not least, Janie Odgers, executive director, and her assistant Natalia Johnson. Good job.
Anita Necessary, Board member, Kenai Chamber of Commerce
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