Scene of the Crash has a permanent home in Nikiski, and the reindeer is returning the generosity. Crash is helping to raise money for local organizations and issues.
Boys and Girls Club to stage a performance
La Leche League meets
Boys and Girls Club soccer coming
Garden club gathers
Cardiac support group to meet
On the Saturday before Christmas. the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center (KVCC) wrapped up their first Christmas Tree Auction to benefit the Patrons of the KVCC, and 21 of the participating non-profit service organizations in the Kenai area. The event drew enthusiastic praise from visitors and participants alike. "It was incredible; we were truly stunned at how this event turned out. The trees and the creativity of the decorations were just amazing," exclaimed Natasha Ala, KVCC executive director. "There was a wide variety, and people did some very creative things. The Tusty 200 did a whole dog sled tree that will be long-remembered in the lucky bidder's home. And of course Mayor Porter's Teddy Bear themed tree was just adorable. So each organization took on a different theme for their tree that reflected the mission of their organization, and the results were incredible," added Ala.
We would like to thank everyone who participated, volunteered and worked the Fourth of July Parade this year. We can proudly say we have the biggest little parade on the peninsula, but it takes a whole community to achieve this success. Thanks to our sponsors: Tesoro, XTO Energy, Udelhoven Oilfield Services, Peak Oilfield Services, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Liquidation Sales, Lynden Transport Inc., Peninsula Tent and Party Rental, Marathon Oil Co., The Phone Directories, Kenai Montessori School, HEA and ACS.
Photo by M. Scott Moon Breann Huff impersonates a rocker from the band KISS at the Kenai Boys and Girls Club's Trunk or Treat event Wednesday night. Volunteers handed out candy to trick-or-treaters who worked their way from vehicle to vehicle.
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