Krysten and Daisy of Seward wrote a Tsunami song for kids to know what to do in an emergency.

Krysten and Daisy of Seward wrote a Tsunami song for kids to know what to do in an emergency.

Caring for the Kenai winners make a difference

  • By KAT SORENSEN
  • Sunday, February 18, 2018 8:42pm
  • News

Anya Hondel performs “Capt’n Conservation: Saving Energy One Lightbulb at a Time,” a puppet show which focuses on energy conservation, at Wednesday’s joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The project, which is accompanied by a coloring book and website, took home top prize during 2017’s Caring for the Kenai Competition. The competition asks students to think outside the box to solve issues facing their community and is hoping to expand beyond the peninsula with “Caring for my Backyard,” a community partnership available anywhere there are backyards and youth with creative ideas . (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

Anya Hondel performs “Capt’n Conservation: Saving Energy One Lightbulb at a Time,” a puppet show which focuses on energy conservation, at Wednesday’s joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The project, which is accompanied by a coloring book and website, took home top prize during 2017’s Caring for the Kenai Competition. The competition asks students to think outside the box to solve issues facing their community and is hoping to expand beyond the peninsula with “Caring for my Backyard,” a community partnership available anywhere there are backyards and youth with creative ideas . (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

Anya Hondel performs “Capt’n Conservation: Saving Energy One Lightbulb at a Time,” a puppet show which focuses on energy conservation, at Wednesday’s joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The project, which is accompanied by a coloring book and website, took home top prize during 2017’s Caring for the Kenai Competition. The competition asks students to think outside the box to solve issues facing their community and is hoping to expand beyond the peninsula with “Caring for my Backyard,” a community partnership available anywhere there are backyards and youth with creative ideas . (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

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