Thanks to all for Harvest Auction

  • By Benjamin Jackinsky
  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 10:37am
  • Opinion

Thanks to all for Harvest Auction

Kenai Fine Art Center wishes to thank all the artists, vendors and patrons who contributed to our 2017 Harvest Auction. Food was provided by Dinah Mahan and her crew, music by Maria Allison, auctioneer was Tim Navarre. These business’s donated: Alaska Berries, Already Read Books, Arby’s, Aspen Hotel, Beemuns, Beyond the Canvas, Big Dog Construction, CBC Rentals, Country Liquor, Debbie Adamson – Potter, Espresso Barn, Footworks Quality Boots & Shoes, Frames & Things, Fred Meyer, Home Depot, J & H Sewing and Vacuum, James Glendenning, Java Junction, KDLL, Keepsakes in Fiber, Kenai Brown Bears, Kenai Feed & Supply, Kenai River Brewery, Makelift Studio, Odie’s Deli, Odom Distributors, Orange Poppy Unique Home Décor, Peninsula Clarion, Peninsula Performing Arts Society, Shorty’s Espresso, Three Bears, Tom Kobylarz DDS, Twin Cities Veterinary, White Crane Academy, and Whitey’s Music Shoppe.

Our contributing artists are: Ann-Lillian Schell, Celia Anderson, Charley Harper, Claudette Barber, Connie Goltz, Debbie Adamson, Georg-Anne Phillips, George Kirsch, Heather Floyd, Jan Wallace, John Van Dusseldorp, Karen Fogarty, Laura C. Hewitt, Laura Faeo, Laurie Marta, Lily Huebsch, LuAnn Reynolds, Marilyn Kay Johnson, Marion Nelson, Pam Mersch, Robert Range, Sandra Sterling, Sandy Campbell, Sarah Glaves, Shannon Olds, Sherrill Miller, Susan Biggs, Thor Evenson and Wade Wahrenbrock.

Peninsula Art Guild/Kenai Fine Art Center gratefully thanks all these participants who made our event a rousing success.

Benjamin Jackinsky

President, Kenai Fine Art Center

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