The Kenai Potter's Guild has renewed a sublease with the Peninsula Art Guild that will keep the potter's group in the Kenai Fine Arts Center through the end of September 2015.
It may have been 160 years since the first strong box was loaded on a Wells Fargo stagecoach and the driver and shotgun guard climbed aboard to guarantee service to their customers, but in Alaska that same tradition of service continues. Last week at the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce meeting Steve Manley, Business relationship manager for Wells Fargo presented a strong box of sorts to Linda Swarner, executive director for the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, and Food Bank board members James Fisher and Sal Mattero, in the form of a Wells Fargo check for $16,000, "2012 is Wells Fargo's 160th
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