Carrying on a two decade old tradition Becky Dwinell of Cook Inlet Academy (CIA), fondly known by students and parents alike as "Miss Becky," had her pre-school through 6th graders out caroling last week at various locations in Kenai, including a joyful performance at the Kenai Senior Center. "I don't know if the smiles or the sparkles in their eyes were bigger in the seniors or the children. Caroling is going out into the community to share the joy of the season and this is where many of our seniors live," Miss Becky told the Dispatch.
During this season of family, food, fun and giving, it is a great time to reflect on the abundant freedoms, security and peace we each enjoy. It is also a good time to think of those who will spend the season and coming year with much less.
Motorists running last minute holiday errands may find an increased police presence on the roads over the next few days. Alaska State Troopers and local police are stepping up their efforts to keep impaired revelers out of their cars and off the roads this season.
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