Sterling Community Center thanks supporters

  • Thursday, March 12, 2015 9:42am
  • Opinion

The Sterling Community Center and the Sterling/Soldotna Head Start programs would like to thank all the following people and businesses that helped make our 13th Annual Dinner-Auction such a great success. Because of businesses that support the nonprofit programs in our community, we can continue to operate on the Kenai Peninsula. We want to encourage the community to buy local and support the following businesses and people that support us. Thank you! 4 D Carpet, First National Bank, River City Academy, ACE Towing, Foster Construction, Sadlers, ACS, Frosos , Soldotna Professional Pharmacy, AIH, Roland Gagnon, Spenard Builders, Alaska Bolt & Chain, Mark Glassmaker Fishing, Sterling Brotherhood, Alaska Railroad, Golden International, Sterling Moose River Kennels, Alaska Sealife Center, Grant Aviation, Sterling Shears, Alaska Trading & Loan, Green Wood Studios, Sterling Tool Rental, Allen Newby, Head Start Parents, Sweeneys Clothing, Amanda Jicho, Helen Knopp, Terry Buffo, Amanda Watts, Hi Mark Distillary, SoldotnaTrust Worthy Hardware & Fishing, Arby’s (Tim Navarre), Home Depot, Unique, Rig Life, B & D Auto & Body, Homer Electric, United Rental, Bing Brown’s, Hutchings Auto Group, Vance, Brown, Donna, Jeff Jicha, VERBA’S, Brown’s Electric, Jenni Waller, Vonnie & Charlie Pierce, Buck Kunz, Jumping Junction , WALMART, Buckets, Kathy Cullings, Wells Fargo, CBC Rental, Kenai Feed, West Chiropractic, Central Peninsula Hospital , Kenai River Brewery, Wildwood Ladies, King Salmon Cafe, Wilt, Dennis, CIRCAC, Laurie Johnson, Cornerstone Books/Supplies, Leora & Dave Pooler, Froggie Debnam (Sterling Brotherhood), Conway Seavey, MAGPYE’S Pizzeria, Craig Taylor, Maritz Blada, Dairy Queen, Marylyn Albright, Dan Seavey (Iditaride), Michael Yard, Davis Block, Mike’s Welding, Debbie Debnam ,Mykels , Dr. Hu, North Country Fair, Dr. Martinelli, ODOM Distributors, EmmsSnapShot, Far North Derby

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