State fair parade support appreciated
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the people who particpated in the Kenai Peninsula Fair Parade held on Aug. 22 in Ninilchik. We had almost 20 entries for the parade this year, and it was a great success as well as lots of fun. A special thanks to the Anchor Point VFW, the Ninilchik American Legion, and to the Women's Auxillary. Thank you so much to Uncle Sam (our friend Mickey from Wisconsin) and to Smokey the Bear (my grandson Richard). The Harley Motorcycle Club from Soldotna who demonstrated their fantastic riding ability. The Ninilchik Fire Department and Emergency Ambulance who brought their fine vehicles to display. There were many other people who helped to make this parade a success, my husband who put up with me during the whole process, Lara for helping make it possible and to the Inlet View Restaurant for allowing us to use their parking lot. And to the American Legion for allowing us to end the parade in their parking lot. To the guys who directed traffic, your help was most appreciated.
Many readers interested in missing dog's fate
I would just like to know if the dog, that was adopted from the Kenai dog pound, has been returned to the Katzenbergers. We just lost our dog that we had had for 18 years and I can understand how they feel. How sad to loose two of your family pets at one time. I hope that the people that adopted "Bear" will return him to his real family and they find another dog. I can not understand why the people that adopted Bear have not returned him by now. This is very unfair to the Katzenbergers and to Bear. Please please give them back thier pet.
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