Posted: Thursday, October 03, 2002

Sophomores say thanks

The sophomore class from Nikiski Middle Senior High would like to thank Asphalt Marking and its owners, Mr. and Mrs. Manaussa, for committing their time to helping us give back to our school. They donated their time and effort to repainting our bulldog paw prints. Thanks to their commitment and kind hearts, the sophomore class was able to give back to our school. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Manaussa! Your help is greatly appreciated.

Rita Knorr

Sophomore class president

Nikiski Middle Senior High

Car wash helps students

Mrs. Zimmerman's fifth-grade class and parents would like to extend a big thank you to the Kenai Burger King for its support of our fund-raiser. My class had a car wash on Sept. 21 and without Burger King's support, we could not have raised the money we did. The donations will help pay for our spring field trip. Another thanks goes out to all of the community members who stopped by to get their vehicles washed. Your support was greatly appreciated!

Linda Zimmerman

and her fifth-graders

North Star Elementary

VFW, Auxiliary make community better place

We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and express our sincere appreciation to the Soldotna VFW and Ladies Auxiliary Jerry V. Horn Memorial Post 10046 for their many contributions to our school and community. These wonderful people inspire us all as they selflessly expend their time and resources to make our community and school a better place.

Through their donations of funds each year we are able to assist Redoubt students and families in need of school supplies, winter clothing and holiday assistance. They teach our first-graders about patriotism and the flag, and they are always available to attend and assist us with special events, most recently a color guard during our Sept. 11 school assembly.

The presence of these admirable individuals at our assembly made us all a little prouder and caused us all to stand a little taller. We all aspire to their examples of community involvement, generosity, and patriotism.

Ken Meacham, principal

on behalf of the students and staff of Redoubt Elementary

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