Peninsula People

Posted: Monday, November 25, 2002

Nikiski man graduate recruit training

Private First Class Neil Fucci of Nikiski graduated from the Marine Corps Recruit Training in San Diego on Nov. 15. After a 10-day leave and seven days of recruiter assistance, he will head to Camp Pendleton, Calif., for 22 days of combat training, then to Fort Lenardwood, Mo., for nine weeks of military police specialty school.

Peninsula men complete law enforcement training,/b>

Jeremy C. Baum of Soldotna and Jay Sjorgren of Sterling graduated as part of the 28th Alaska Law Enforcement Training class at the Department of Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka last week.

Baum, who will become a Fish and Wildlife Protection Trooper, will train for an additional three weeks then be assigned to a field office.

Sjorgren will join the Kenai Police Department.

The academy trains Alaska State Troopers and Fish and Wildlife troopers, as well as municipal police officers, Village Public Safety Officers, students from the University of Alaska law enforcement program, Civil Air Patrol cadets, fire marshals, military security and airport police.

Kenai pair score at Special Olympics tournament

Chuck Davis and Tracy Deitz of Kenai were named traditional doubles champions at the 2002 Special Olympics Alaska State Bowling Tournament in Anchorage earlier this month. More than 350 athletes from 12 communities competed. The pair, the CP Kingpins B, bowled a score of 1422.

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