Letter to the editor: Thanks to SoHi After-Grad supporters

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 9:32pm
  • Opinion

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 SoHi After-Grad event: Sweeney’s, 27 Red, Dr. Justin Moore, Dr. Brandi Heath, Jumpin’ Junction, Coca Cola Bottling of Alaska, Grant Aviation, Soldotna Professional Pharmacy, River City Books, Fine Thyme Café, Pizza Boys, Foster Construction, Bucket’s, Mykel’s, Acapulco, Peninsula Internal Medicine, Kenai Auto, Peninsula Allergy and Asthma Center, Alaska Peace Officers Association, Hutchings Auto Spa, Geneva Woods, Trustworthy Hardware, Dr. Brian Larsen, Three Bears, Soldotna Elks Lodge, The Fitness Place, Safeway Soldotna, Wal-Mart, Fred Meyer, Forever Dance, Kaladi Brothers, Odie’s Deli, Twin Cities Veterinary, Outlaw Body & Paint, The Duck Inn, True Blue Coffee, Yoga Sol, Dairy Queen, Arby’s, Kelly Griebel-Century 21, Dave & Sharon Keating, St. Elias, Froso’s, Hammond Trucking, Safe & Sound Automotive, Nancy Field-State Farm, Anytime Fitness, Dr. Bob Bauder, Dr. Katy Sheridan, Kenai Peninsula Harley Davidson, Dr. Evan Frisk, Kenai Vision Center, Auto Zone, Craig Tayler Equipment, AK Hair Salon, Kenai Cinemas, Auto Wash Express, Coffee Express, Dr. George Jedlicka, Orange Poppy, Midas, Golden International, Elite Auto & Diesel Repair, Orca Theater, Alaska Oil Sales, Walgreen’s, Everything Bagels, Caribou Family Restaurant, Papa Murphy’s, Sushi Exchange, Davis Block, Lucy’s Market, Bath & Body Boutique, Erik Watkins-AK 1st Realty, Dr. John Demske, The Hair Force, Señor Pancho’s, Frames & Things, Cozy Cabin Café, Farmhouse Gypsy, First National Bank Alaska, Dan’s TV & Appliance, Alyeska Tire, Dinners Ready, Fraternal Order of Eagles Kasilof Aerie, Ellen West and Josten’s.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to all of our donors, parent volunteers and school supporters. Please accept our sincere apologies for anyone inadvertently left out of the list above.

SoHi parents of seniors

After-Grad Committee

Class of 2018

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