Parade marches on because of many

Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2007

We would like to thank everyone who participated, volunteered and worked the Fourth of July Parade this year. We can proudly say we have the biggest little parade on the peninsula, but it takes a whole community to achieve this success. Thanks to our sponsors: Tesoro, XTO Energy, Udelhoven Oilfield Services, Peak Oilfield Services, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Liquidation Sales, Lynden Transport Inc., Peninsula Tent and Party Rental, Marathon Oil Co., The Phone Directories, Kenai Montessori School, HEA and ACS.

We thank the city of Kenai and Parks and Recreation Department, police department, grand marshals George and Mary Ford, 2006 Queen of Kenai Anita Necessary, 2005 Queen Emily DeForest, chairperson Penny Furnish; parade judges from the Kenai Chamber of Commerce board; announcers JR and KSRM; Elena Bird and Christopher Hall, Robert Peterkin, Neal Duperron, the Mormon Elders, Cheryl Bridge, Bob and Rachel Pugh, Stacie Rawls, Kelly Gifford, Amanda Gifford, Patty Grant, Mark and Anita Necessary, Amanda and Del Feagin, Durainey Rawls, Roy Wells, Kenai River Rats, Dave Edward Smith, Kenai Line Dancers, Na Manu Olu, Aeko Jim, Reg Petravoch, Petroleum Equipment and Services, Rigo Rodriguez and Grand Burrito Restaurant, Dunkin Bush, Merril Sikorski, Jackie Cason and the Kenai Boys and Girls Club, Kenai Fellowship, Kenai Montessori School, Kenai Performers, Kim Dent and the Kenai Recreation Center, Mind, Body and Spirit, Nancy Kufel, Rob Petrie, Karen Dudding and Rob Pigg, Air Liquide, Alaska Waste, Arby's, Bargain Basement, Boy Scouts of America, Chet Soares, Sears Elementary School, The Comets and The Young Marines, 4 Lands Bar, Alaska Cab, Alaska State Forestry and Smokey, American Legion Kenai Post No. 20, Bill White, Body Mind and Spirit, Boy Scouts Troop No. 659, Boys and Girls Club, Chevy Avalanche Fan Club, Church of Christ, Kenai Mayor Pat Porter, Soldotna Mayor Dave Carey, Cloud and Ribelin Real Estate, CPH Auxiliary, Curves, Dan and Terra Murphy, Ed and Roxanne Marker, Elks Lodge Kenai No. 2425, Encore Dance Academy, Gary and Sylvia Webb, Girl Scouts, Grace Lutheran Church and School, Greg and Judi Bartlett, Heritage Place, KDLL, Kenai Peninsula Harley, Kenai Christian Church, Kenai Civil Air Patrol, Kenai Community Library, Kenai Fire Department, Kenai Landing, Kenai River Seafoods, Kenai Kate's Old Time Photos, Kenai Lions Club, Kenai Peninsula 4-H/Skyview FFA, Kenai Peninsula College, Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association, Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions, Kenai Senior Citizens Center, Laidlaw Education Services, Larry Harvey, Metal Magic, Mike and Tami Vincent, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Molly Watkins, Nice and High Truck and Auto Club, Nikiski Fire Department, Nikiski North Star Elementary, Peninsula Health Center, Peninsula Oilers, Pioneers of Alaska, Red Hat Society, Reddi Towing, Society for Creative Anachronism, Southcentral Asphalt Sealing, Spenard Builders Supply, Stanley Ford Tesoro Alaska Refinery, Dixie River Rats, Urban Dance Studio, Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW Women's Auxiliary, Young Life, Town of Living Trees, Kenai Animal Shelter, Jeff Kip, Hot Shots Espresso, Diamond M Ranch and Freddie Pollard.

Janie Odgers

Executive director

Kenai Chamber of Commerce

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