As a life-long Kenai resident, Henry Knackstedt has been involved in the community from the air and on the ground. Knackstedt, 53, has been a licensed pilot for 36 years with 25 years of service in the Kenai Civil Air Patrol as command pilot.
The streak of sunny days for the Kenai River Marathon continued Sunday as runners from across the country praised the pleasant fall weather that made for ideal race conditions.
It may have taken seven years, but Kenai City Council member Mike Boyle's persistence in providing free boat launch use at the city dock has paid off.
The city of Kenai is requesting that residents restrict their water usage, as the city has been consuming more water than its wells can produce. "It's the weather and the time of year that causes us to lose ground," City Manager Rick Koch said.
Outdoor Activities: Go-cart racing The Go-Kart Race Track, 4487 Sterling Highway, Soldotna, 907-262-1562. Disc Golf Course
Kenai park planning meeting coming
Bingo coming to Nikiski Senior Center
'Science Mondays' to feature water quality studies Summer recreation program seeking children Kid's camp applications due Space mission simulations offered Youth golf clinic planned North Kenai chamber to meet Thursday Grouches sought by Cook Inlet Lions Hospital service area board meeting slated Hawaiian luau planned
A hearty thank-you to the volunteers, parents and kids that attended the 2009 Tustumena District Cub Scout Day Camp. This year we had the joy of having Nancy Veal and her 4-H folks come and give a worthwhile talk on nutrition, healthy living and predator and prey relations. We also had Jack Ransom instill smart boat and water safety skills with our Scouts. Roy Smith and Charlie Black, in conjunction with the Kenai Peninsula Chapter of the Safari Club, taught Scouts archery and BB gun safety while letting the kids have a chance to practice those lessons.
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