Once again, our incredibly generous community has risen to great heights in support of our youth! It is with deep gratitude that we thank the following businesses, organizations and individuals for their contributions to our safe and successful After Grad event for the Soldotna High School Class of 2016 Graduates. Jumpin’ Junction, Pizza Boys, Coca Cola of the Kenai Peninsula, Fred Meyer, Bucket’s Sports Grill, F.O.A.S.T., Alaska Peace Officers Association, Fine Thyme Café, Elite Auto & Diesel, Tesoro, Karlene’s Acupuncture & Day Spa, Josten’s, Java Junction, The Duck Inn, Kasilof Eagles, Hutchings Auto Spa, Phormation Chiropractic, Kenai Auto, Central Peninsula Hospital, Peninsula Community Health Services, Jack White Realty – Febra Hensley, Liz’s Cards & Gifts, Hammond Trucking, Heather & Heather Screenprinting & Gifts, Dale Dolifka, Lisa Gosset, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Sweeney’s, 27 Red Salon, Dr. Justin Moore, Dr. Dan Pitts, Dr. Kobylarz, Dr. Behrens, Dr. Bauder, Midas, McLane Consulting, Papa John’s Pizza, Mykel’s Restaurant, Nail Boutique, Orca Theater, Orange Poppy, Outlaw Body & Paint, Peninsula Driving Academy, Auto Express Car Wash, Dairy Queen, Gama’s Designs, The Grind, Three Bears, Walgreen’s, Soldotna Elks Club, Richard & Jean Evenson, River City Books, Save-U-More, Shorty’s Coffee, McDonald’s of the Kenai Peninsula, Yoga Sol, Atigun, Edward Jones – Indy Walton, AK Salon – Haylee Swanson, AK Rays Tanning Salon, Kenai River Spa, Anytime Fitness, and the Burcham, Carter, Henry, Wong, Nelson, Walden, Ducker, Burns, Pothast, Gilmore, Long, Tuisaula, Todd, Silta, Bennett, and Shassetz families.
In addition to the donations of funds, prizes, and supplies from those listed above, we would like to extend special thanks to Officer Mitch Burdick of the Soldotna Police Department and Trooper John King with the Alaska State Troopers for stopping in during the event to visit with our young people in a positive way. We couldn’t have done it without the help and unwavering support of our SoHi office ladies! Special thanks to Kay Gardner for volunteering at the event until the wee hours of the morning and handling all of the paperwork! And none of this would be possible without the helping hands of many parent volunteers who begin planning and preparing in October to ensure that all the graduates have a fun and safe place to celebrate this special milestone in their lives!
Our young people are our most precious resource and we are so very grateful to all those involved in helping us host a fun and safe event for our SoHi Class of 2016 Graduates. We had more than a hundred graduates attend and they had a great time together winning fabulous prizes and making wonderful memories. It was a special time for them to bond one last time as a class and really enjoy all the games and activities as a group. Many thanks to all those who had a hand in making this a successful event and our apologies to anyone who may have inadvertently been left out of the list above. Know that each and every contribution to this event was gratefully received!
Thank you so much!