New KCHS reader board possible because of many

Posted: Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Anyone driving the Spur Highway, while passing Kenai Central High School cannot help but notice the new Kenai Central High School reader board. We are extremely proud of the new board and look forward to communicating with our school community through it. The reader board would not be possible without assistance from a variety of individuals and companies.

First and foremost are our friends at Wells Fargo who so generously financed the project. Cathy Gensel, of Wells Fargo, was instrumental in securing the funding for the entire project. It was like a dream come true. We could not have done it without you.

The general coordinator and man behind the scenes in making the reader board happen is Steve Judge, owner of Cook Inlet Sign and Lighting. His work with various contractors got the best project for the least amount of money whenever possible. His donation of time, talent and resources made this project work.

Finally, there were many sub-contractors or businesses that participated in making the reader board happen. I would like to thank the following: Sherman Signs, Morgan Steel, Nick's Iron Works, Metal Magic, Smith Well Drilling and Airport Rental. We are grateful for your assistance and generosity.

We are blessed to live in a community where people support their most valuable resource, their children. On behalf of the students, staff and community of Kenai Central High School, thank you!

Dennis Dunn, principal

Kenai Central High School

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