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Kenai Elks install new officers; recognizes service

...Creighton made three presentations that are a cornerstone of our Lodge. First, he presented Herb Stettler with our Citizen of the Year Award. That award is given to a person who has given their time and effort to benefit our community; the person...

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Kenai Elks Lodge installs new officers, recognizes service

...Creighton made three presentations that are a cornerstone of our Lodge. First, he presented Herb Stettler with our Citizen of the Year Award. That award is given to a person who has given their time and effort to benefit our community; the person...

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Chambers set schedules

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Elks honor community service

On March 23, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Kenai #2425, recognized individuals for their service in 2011-2012 to both our Lodge and to our community. I am pleased to announce the BPOE Grand Lodge recognition of the following people: Citizen of the Year -- Leslie Rohr, Executive Director of Love Inc.; Elk of the Year -- Heather Pietro; Officer of the Year -- Mary Jackson. Both the Elk of the Year and the Officer of the Year are members of our Lodge and selected due to their contributions to Kenai #2425.

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Patti Godfrey recovering from gunshot wounds

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Patti Godfrey, wife of retired Alaska Commissioner of Public Safety Glenn Godfrey, was recovering Sunday after undergoing 12 hours of surgery for gunshot wounds.

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Soldotna Lions select life partners for Citizen of the Year Award

Lions Clubs are known for their community service in assisting children with eye sight problems or other medical necessities, scholarships and a myriad of other service projects. The Soldotna Lions Club also started a tradition several years ago of selecting a man and a woman who exhibits outstanding service to the community each year and by a vote of the club membership bestowing upon them the honor of ?Citizen of the Year.? At last weeks Soldotna City Council meeting Soldotna Lions Club president Tim Musgrove explained to the Council, ?Lions believe that service through giving of one?s self without regard for recognition or gain is a basic building block of maintaining a healthy and vibrant community. One in which we all prosper and enjoy life. Past recipients of this award have been Kathy Gensel, Merrill Sikorski, your own Jane Stein, Kathy Lopeman and Mike Sweeney, just to mention a few,? said Musgrove. ?This year we have selected a lady who for a long time has played a pivotal role in bringing care and counseling to victims of breast cancer. She has devoted many hours of her time and her energies working towards diminishing the devastating impact of this dreaded disease. We wish to recognize therefore Allyson Stogsdill as our female Citizen of the year and in this way say thank you for caring about Soldotna,? continued Musgrove. ?Our male citizen of the year has given many years of service to the City of Soldotna, our business community, and other service organizations. He is much admired and respected by his professional peers and serves on City Council as a senior councilperson and vice mayor by your selection. So it is with thanks for his dedicated service that the Soldotna Lions Club has selected Councilman Jim Stogsdill as our male Citizen of the Year.?

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Around Campus: KPC ready for commencement

KRC will hold its 41st commencement ceremony at 7 p.m., May 3, at Kenai Central High School's Renee C. Henderson auditorium.

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Schools
Lions select Person of the Year

The recognizable yellow vests of Lions Club members are visible throughout the year on the Kenai Peninsula, and wherever they are visible you can be sure that you are witnessing community service. Additionally, every year the Soldotna Lions Club chooses a local man and woman that the Lions believe have made significant personal contributions of time, energy and commitment in making Soldotna and the Peninsula a great place to live, says Soldotna Lion Ed Sleater. "Working with the Lions, Marti and Amy Hanson of Eyewear Express have for several years provided eye care including frames and lenses free of charge to clients identified and sponsored by your Lions Club and it was our privilege to recognize them as our Citizens of the Year," Sleater told the Dispatch. "I had no idea this was coming," said Hansen, "What we do with the Lions is to help those in need of glasses whether kids or adults with a need for glasses to function in life. My wife and I working with the Lions Club donate what is necessary."

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Edward Jones tops Fortune Magazine list GCI offers cable modem Internet access Homer chamber announces awards Seward chamber names new executive director

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Frank William Hill

Homer resident Frank William Hill died Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2007, at Alaska Regional Hospital of cancer with his wife, Dottie, by his side. He was 67.

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