Support helps air fair fly high

The KPAF Planning Committee for the Cities of Kenai and Soldotna would like to thank all the volunteers, sponsors and businesses who generously contributed to make our event a success.

Forty pilots participated in the peninsula wide poker run. Eighteen poker hands received poker prizes generously donated by the cities of Kenai and Soldotna, Alaska Oil Sales, Alaska West Air, Alaska Railroad, Arctic Motor Sports, Burger Bus, Chena Hot Springs, Dan’s TV & Appliance, Don Jose’s, Frames & Things, Froso’s, Flats Bistro, Grant Aviation, Home Depot, Highmark Distillery, Ken’s Alaskan Tackle, Kenai River Brewing Company, Kassik’s Brewery, Knik Construction, Metal Magic, Odie’s Deli, Paradisos, RAVN, St. Elias Brewing Company, SBS, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Walmart and Wilderness Way.

Thank you to the financial sponsors Crowley Fuel, Alaska Airmen’s Association, Beacon Occupational Health & Safety, Peninsula Aero Tech, Wince-Corthell-Bryson and Peninsula Ears, Nose and Throat. Without you this event just would not be possible.

Special thank you to Hobo Jim, Alaska Wing of the Commemorative Air Force, Kodiak USCG, 176th Alaska Air Guard, the local EAA Chapter, American Legion Post 20, Airgas, Jr. Civil Air Patrol, Copper River Seafood, Jumping Junction, Kenai Fire Department, Kenai Senior Center, Kenai Football Team, Kenai Chamber of Commerce, Jersey Subs, Missionary Aviation Repair Center (MARC), Vice Mayor Brian Gabriel and Councilman Bob Molly, for your donations, time, and work.

It was another gorgeous day on the Peninsula for flying and appreciating our Military!

Save the date of June 11, 2016 for the 16th Kenai Peninsula Air Fair!

Mary Bondurant and Erica Shinn – Kenai Municipal Airport

Kyle Kornelius and Scott Sundberg – Soldotna Airport

KPAF Committee Members

 

 

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