Nikiski High School would like to thank the local businesses and agencies that have so generously given scholarships and awards to our students. We would also like to thank the representatives that attended our Awards Night to present them.
Several local organizations will get a boost in funding from the Kenai Peninsula Foundation through its 2012 grant cycle awards. The winners of the grant cycle include 12 organizations who were awarded $500 each. Community members reviewed and made recommendations to award funds to the following non-profit organizations on the Kenai Peninsula: * Alaska Children's Institute for the Performing Arts (Triumvirate Theatre) * FriendshipMission, Inc. * Hope Community Resources, Inc.
Just north of the Kenai city limits in Salamatof sits an old building surrounded by a dirt parking lot. The building was bought by the nonprofit organization Alaska Children's Institute for the Performing Arts four years ago. Renovation of the facility started at that time and thanks to the efforts of donors and the shop students of Nikiski Middle-High School much-needed improvements have been made. The building is far from renovated, however.
Summer art classes for kids registration open
The Alaska Children's Institute for the Performing Arts will by holding it's annual Drama Camp in Soldotna this summer!
Families that are looking for fun on a Saturday afternoon seldom turn to local movie theaters if they have small children. With only two theaters in the area, each with two or three screens, kids' films are relatively few and far between. But that may change.
It's Kenai River Festival Time!
Good day to all of my Nikiski neighbors. This is my last Neighbors column. I have enjoyed sharing with you the news and special occasions of our great little town. I have also been lucky enough to have been stopped by many of you, just to comment on things or to tell me they read what I wrote each week. Thank you to all of you and have a great summer.
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