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Many individuals, businesses make hoops tourney winning event

Posted: Wednesday, December 27, 2000

On behalf of the KCHS Basketball Booster Club, I would like to extend a thank you to the following businesses and individuals for their continual support, sponsorship and participation in this year's Holiday Hoops Alumni Classic:

Preferred Plumbing, National Bank of Alaska, Peninsula Sanitation, Alaska Communications Services, Kenai Chrysler Center, Agrium, McDonald's, Phillips Alaska, J-B Stor N Lock, First National Bank of Anchorage, Freedom Realty, Kenai Pawn Shoppe, Anchorage Cold Storage, PRISM Fire Training Facility, Baldwin & Butler LLC, Kelly Electric, KSRM Radio and the Peninsula Clarion.

A special thanks goes to K-Bay Radio for their generous donation of round-trip airline tickets on Alaska Airlines.

I would also like to thank Mike Tovoli and the Kenai-Soldotna area officials, and Dan Meeks for their support, time and energy during this one-day event.

A round of applause to Tim Keener, Jan St. Clair, Margie Warner, Pam Howard, Clint and Debbie Carroll, Patty Glaze, Paul Ostrander, Reid Kornstad, Jay Davis, Shorty Johnson and Jim Beeson for coordinating the teams. Of course, thanks to the parents and coaching staff at KCHS. Without the joint efforts of all of these dedicated individuals, the alumni tournament would not have been possible.

Lastly, the alumni players who participated in this year's tournament are to be commended for their sportsmanship, their enthusiasm and their dedication in providing an enjoyable day for all who attended.

Pamela Hershberger

Tournament director

Fifth Annual Holiday Hoops

Alumni Classic



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