First Mini Book sale at Kenai Community Library successful

Friends of the Kenai Community Library had a successful mini book sale at the Kenai Library meeting room on August 22 and 23. Many thanks to the volunteers that made the sale possible: Barb Christian, Eileen Bryson, Margaret Simon, Nora Satathite, Carolyn Ostrander, Donna Steele, Lee Tanner, Jeanine Moeller, Mary Armstrong, Gwen Klawunder, Kari Mohn, Ellen Hudson, Barb Sandahl, Cliff Heus, Phil Bryson, Jacob Dye, Louise Mika, Benjamin Jackinsky, Vicky Kummet, Steve Tressler, Patty Tressler, Don Oberg, Bill Switzer, Lee and Dee Cassell and Dale Cragg. The support from the Kenai Community Library staff and City of Kenai is also appreciated.

Thank you to all who bought books and we hope to see you and your friends at the mega sale at the Home Gallery Furniture and Flooring store on September 18, 19, 20, 2014.

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