The Friends of the Kenai Community Library would like to thank the following individuals and organizations who helped to make our October raffle/fund-raiser a success: the library staff, Brenda Manka, Aquio Purugannan, Emily DeForest, who sold more than one-third of the tickets herself, and the board of trustees for ticket sales; Eagles Aerie No. 3525 for the use of their facility; Tim Navarre, Kelly Bookey, Janet Brown, Cliff, Kathy and Ted Heus, Jim Satathite, Bill and Melanie Switzer, Alan Wooten, Tom Walker, Jake Malanaphy, Craig and Linda Ralston, Jim and Evenson, Dewayne Benton, Wayne and Sharon Prentice and Mary Kivi for help with decorating, set-up and cleanup; Nedra Evenson, Sandy Lewis, Tom Walker and Kathy Heus for "doorman duty"; Alan Wooten, emcee; Bill Switzer, tumbler attendant; Peter Micciche, "the staple guy"; Aquio Purugganan and his crew for their delicious meal; and Copy Cats for ticket printing. Thanks also to Joan Hansen for publicity in the "Neighbors" column.
A special thank you to the Spur Highway Spankers, Sue Biggs, Rick Eppling, Bill Panland, Joe Tromblee, and Jack Will. Their wonderful music continues to be a delight for listening and dancing.
And finally, we extend our sincere gratitude to the entire community for its continued support of this annual fundraiser. It is that support, here and in the recent election, that will make the much-needed expansion of the Kenai Community Library a reality.
Congratulations to Susan Bible, the grand-prize winner.
Friends of the Kenai Community
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