The staff, students and families of Cook Inlet Academy (CIA) would like to extend our appreciation to the local community for their help in our recent Work-a-Thon. Once a year, CIA replaces a day of class with a day of community service projects for secondary (grades 7-12) students. On Oct. 1, these CIA students worked at tasks for various not-for-profit organizations in the area. With over 100 students putting in six hours of volunteer time each, CIA secondary students donated over 600 hours of service to the Central Peninsula. Many students were also financially sponsored for their effort and time by individuals; this money helps to offset some of the costs of their school activity fees.
Our thanks go to all the different organizations where the students worked for supporting this program:
SOAR ministries, Solid Rock Bible Camp, The Kenai and Soldotna Salvation Army Centers, Alaska Flying Network, Soldotna Senior Center, Heritage Place, Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, Samaritan's Purse, Soldotna Chamber and Visitors Center, Soldotna Sports Center and Swiftwater Campground, City of Kenai Parks and Recreation Department, Forget-Me-Not Center and Bridges. THANKS!!!
Cook Inlet Academy
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