Letter to the editor: Thanks to CES for station use

  • Friday, June 1, 2018 9:20am
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We wish to thank CES Fire Station No. 6 in Kasilof for the use the community room for our weekly TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meeting on Thursdays. We appreciate having a place to meet for Kenai Peninsula community members to lose weight, receive support and start or maintain a healthy lifestyle.

This chapter started Feb. 5, 2009, with four members. Now, one year later, there are 14 active members whom have collectively lost more than 300 pounds.

The administration and on-site staff at the fire station have been welcoming and accommodating. On behalf of all our members, thank you very much.

Marjory Wiley, Clam Gulch, chapter leader

Dawn Lesterson, Alaska state TOPS coordinator

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