Tony Kaser helps a customer at the Hearth Eathery and Catering’s stand during a craft fair fundraiser for the Central Peninsula Special Olympics at Kenai Central High School on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska. The fair featured a number of artists and craftsmen selling work ranging from paintings to wooden toys to essential oils, with proceeds from the fair going to assist the Special Olympics in purchasing jerseys, equipment, transportation and training costs. The Central Peninsula Special Olympics coordinates sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities as a subprogram of the statewide Special Olympics. Kaser participates in swimming in the Special Olympics. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

Tony Kaser helps a customer at the Hearth Eathery and Catering’s stand during a craft fair fundraiser for the Central Peninsula Special Olympics at Kenai Central High School on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska. The fair featured a number of artists and craftsmen selling work ranging from paintings to wooden toys to essential oils, with proceeds from the fair going to assist the Special Olympics in purchasing jerseys, equipment, transportation and training costs. The Central Peninsula Special Olympics coordinates sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities as a subprogram of the statewide Special Olympics. Kaser participates in swimming in the Special Olympics. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

Arts, crafts and sports

Vendors lined the halls of Kenai Central High School on Saturday for a fundraiser to benefit Central Peninsula Special Olympics. The fair featured a number of artists and craftsmen selling work ranging from paintings to wooden toys to essential oils, with proceeds from the fair going to assist the Special Olympics in purchasing jerseys, equipment, transportation and training costs. The Central Peninsula Special Olympics coordinates sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities as a subprogram of the statewide Special Olympics.

Artist Susie Scrivner airbrushes a painting at her stall during a craft fair fundraiser for the Central Peninsula Special Olympics at Kenai Central High School on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska. Scrivner was one of a number of artists and craftsmen selling work at the fair ranging from paintings to wooden toys to essential oils, with proceeds from the fair going to assist the Special Olympics with purchasing jerseys, equipment, transportation and training. The Central Peninsula Special Olympics coordinates sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities as a subprogram of the statewide Special Olympics. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

Artist Susie Scrivner airbrushes a painting at her stall during a craft fair fundraiser for the Central Peninsula Special Olympics at Kenai Central High School on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska. Scrivner was one of a number of artists and craftsmen selling work at the fair ranging from paintings to wooden toys to essential oils, with proceeds from the fair going to assist the Special Olympics with purchasing jerseys, equipment, transportation and training. The Central Peninsula Special Olympics coordinates sports programs for people with intellectual disabilities as a subprogram of the statewide Special Olympics. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

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