The Trunk or Treat event held Halloween night at the Boys & Girls Club in Kenai was a huge success and provided a safe alternative to trick or treating for the youth in our community.
Many thanks to the wonderful sponsors, volunteers and to everyone who donated items for Trunk or Treat. Hats off the HEA for purchasing the McGruff bags, the Kenai Lions Club, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, the law office of Robert J. Molloy, Three Bears Pharmacy, city of Kenai, Kenai Fire Department, Chris Ellison with the Coast Guard, Petterson Construction, Alaska West Air, Digits Computing, Odom Coca Cola, Peterkin Distributors, ASRC for the huge lights, Rosita’s, Jane Fellman with Peninsula Safe Kids, the students from the Kenai Alternative High School for the pumpkins, Country Foods, Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center and, of course, to all the volunteers who braved the could, including Shauna Thornton, Doug Ferguson, the staff of the club, Sparky, clubhouse parents and all the other individuals who either parked their vehicle in our parking lot and/or contributed candy. Although the judges and kids liked all the decorated vehicles, only one could win the Rosita’s gift certificate. Congratulations to the Renken family.
Thanks for helping the Boys & Girls Club provide a safe and positive place for kids and reserve your spot now for next year’s Trunk or Treat.
Kenai unit director
Boys & Girls Clubs
of the Kenai Peninsula
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