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KRSA has done much for river

On Sept. 2 I read an opinion letter from Dwight Kramer. I was amazed at how much research Mr. Kramer did not do. He attempted to downplay the work the Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA) and the Kenai River Classic proceeds have done for the river, the fish, and the fishermen on the river. When I was a KRSA board member and the chairman of the habitat committee, I had the opportunity to work with the cities, the borough and the state to create and install or maintain numerous projects KRSA had completed or was doing in the river and surrounding areas.
CPH honors volunteers and awards scholarships

...helpful and less frightening. "This year for the first time we created a Pioneer Award that was presented to Betty and Dave Lowery who were a couple of our first volunteers," said Jim Childers, CPH volunteer coordinator. "About 12 years ago I...
Kenai River Festival returns to the River

Dave Lowery, KRSA, hands a free rod and reel to 6-year-old Audrey Hopper at the Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA) and headed up by Dave Lowery. Every year Lowery puts out a call to all professional guides and sports...
Changing one's mind isn't always bad

...change their mind. Fools never do." So Lisa changed her mind. She is not going to suppoer Joe Miller after he lied and authorized the California Tea Party to lie for him. I am not going to suport Miller, either. Dave Lowery, Soldotna
Kids get Classic experience

...but one thing was certain these kids were ready for fun. "Get out of the way of progress here," Soldotna resident Dave Lowery said as the war knocked over a pitcher of juice on the snack table and three boys at one end of the rope came staggering...
19th Annual Kenai River Festival draws thousands to Soldotna Creek Park

...160 some rod and reels to first time "fisherkids," according to Dick Erkeneff, KRSA board president. "This was Dave Lowery's idea and every year KRSA collects used rods and reels and refurbishes them to give to kids that have never been...
Applause for Hooked on Fishing

On Saturday, July 28, at the Ted Stevens Day and Soldotna Progress Days, I had the pleasure of giving 250 fishing rods and reels to Soldotna and Kenai area boys and girls. This is the tenth year for the "Hooked on Fishing Program." This program is sponsored by Kenai River Sportfishing Association. I would like to give special thanks to Trustworthy Hardware and Fishing. They have been supporting us in many ways for the past ten years and continue to assist us in keeping this great program going.
Hooked on Fishing appreciates community support

On Saturday, June 11, at the Kenai River Festival, we had the pleasure of giving 175 fishing rods and reels to Soldotna and Kenai area boys and girls. Now in its tenth year, the Hooked on Fishing program is sponsored by the Kenai River Sportfishing Association. Through the efforts of volunteers like Dennis Gease, Ken Simpson, Dan Devereux, Larry and Sheryl Miller, Susan Campbell, Ron Rainey and Betty Lowery, we were able to gather donated rods and reels, mostly new and some refurbished, and present them to children between the ages of 6 to 16.


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