Soldotna seniors grateful for support

Soldotna Senior Center’s Fall Round-Up fundraiser was a great success and would like to thank all of the dedicated volunteers that worked tirelessly and did an exemplary job soliciting for door prizes and auction items, decorating, ticket sales, setting up, reception, cooking, serving, auctioneers, taking pictures, dish washing, and clean up. We would like to thank the Spur Highway Spankers for their 12th year in volunteering for this event and their awesome music and talent. A special thank you to Senator Peter Micciche for being our very popular auctioneer and his family assisting for the auction. Another great thank you to Estelle Parks and Dorothy Diamond for soliciting and receiving the numerous door prizes and auction items. The Center would also like to extend its appreciation and thank all of the merchants for their generous donations including Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Aspen Hotels, Tesoro #203, Wells Fargo Bank, Liz’s Cards & Gifts, Al & Bunny Chong, Ray & Pam Estes Arby’s, Frames & Things, Odie’s Bead-It, 4-D Carpet One, Bucket’s Sports Grill, PJ’s Restaurant, Jersey Subs, Johnson’s Tire Service, River City Books, Don Jose’s Mexican Restaurant, Dorothy Diamond, Sweeney’s Clothing, Beemun’s Variety, Dragonfly Gallery, Betty Siemion, Kimmy Smith, Nita Douthit, Trustworthy Hardware, Spenard Builders Supply, Dana & Darlene Nichols, Peter Micciche & Family, Kenai River Brewing Company, Donna Swaby, Katie MacLeod, Phormations, Mykel’s Restaurant, Golden International, North Country Fair, Buzzi Brown, Gladys Breed, Dean Petersen, King Salmon Restaurant, Jean Duncan and Alyeska Tire Service. Another big thank you to the Peninsula Clarion, K-Bay Radio and KSRM Radio for their excellent media coverage. Our great success is attributed to all of our outstanding volunteers and donors. You are all truly appreciated.

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