Kenai Parks & Rec: Thanks for supporting the Fall Pumpkin Festival

The City of Kenai Parks & Recreation Department would like to send out a HUGE thank you to the following businesses and organizations in recognition of their contributions to Kenai’s 3rd Annual Fall Pumpkin Festival, and we want everyone to know so you can thank them next time you visit their establishments: Country Foods/IGA brought you all those pumpkins, Ron’s Rent It Center, Martin Media, Matti’s Farm/Diamond M Ranch Resort, Kenai Racing Lions, Kenai Community Library, Boys & Girls Club of the Kenai Peninsula, Walmart, Three Bears, Safeway, Kenai Peninsula 4-H, Solid Rock Bible Camp, Kenai Rocks Facebook Page and the Mormon Missionaries.

Scarecrow Alley was brought to you by the following departments of the City of Kenai: 1st Place: Kenai Animal Control; 2nd Place: Kenai Fire Department; 3rd Place: Kenai Police Department; Honorable Mentions: Kenai Senior Center, Clerk’s Office/Legislative Department, Kenai Community Library, Kenai Municipal Airport and the Kenai Parks & Recreation Department.

Also a special thank you to the food vendors: Wok-n-Roll, Brewski’s Mobile Espresso & Snacks, Sticky Buns and Hot Dogs a la Carte.

One more thank you to all who braved the rain and came out to celebrate fall with us. We appreciate all of you and invite you to take a moment to go to the Kenai Parks & Recreation Facebook page and look at the photos of this recreational event.

— Your Kenai Parks & Recreation Team

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