Anchor Point Snow Rondi Results

Four-year-old Jackson Woodhead claims trophies he received during the Snow Rondi’s pinewood derby. He also went home with an armload of trophies, ribbons and candy bars he won in ski events.-Photo provided

Four-year-old Jackson Woodhead claims trophies he received during the Snow Rondi’s pinewood derby. He also went home with an armload of trophies, ribbons and candy bars he won in ski events.-Photo provided

Feb. 20-23

Parade

First place: Girl Scout Troop 211

Second place: Trailblazers 4H

Third place: Boy Scout Pack 81

 

Slapshot hockey Mighty Mites

First place: Joshiah Brown

Second place: Jackson Woodhead

Third place: Lydia Coe

 

Slapshot hockey Juniors

First place: Simon Shelton

Second place: Josiah Coe

Third place: Cody Coe

 

Ski race

First place: Jackson Woodhead

 

Snowshoe race

First place: Alex Shea, Lydia Coe, Haylee Shea, Garrett Koch

 

Ski biathlon

First place: Jackson Woodhead

 

Snowshoe biathlon

First place: Alana Crane, Heather Shea, Tristen Morris, JJ Coe

Perfect marksmanship: JJ Coe, Garrett Koch

 

Two-man sled pull race

First place: Garrett Koch and Carolyn Brown

 

Dog Show

Biggest dog: Bosco with Haylee Overson

Smallest dog: Cricket with Billy Swisher

Best costume: Bernie with Fawna Johnson, Rhonda

Friendliest: Sukie with Martha McQuiston

Funniest: Sukie with Martha McQuiston

Best manners/trickiest: Cisco with Myah Monicken

Prettiest/handsomest: Mickey with John Kuklis

Most unique: Doxy with Bobby Ness

Most like owner: Bootsie with Brooke Shafer

Judges’ choice: Clarence with Mya Houglum

People’s choice: Bosco with Haylee Overson

 

Anchor Point Chamber of Commerce Raffle

Bench constructed by R. J. Austin, painted by Dan Coe: John Kuklis

Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Anchor Point firefighter Lydia Brown hands out candy to youngsters along the parade route.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Anchor Point firefighter Lydia Brown hands out candy to youngsters along the parade route.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Lydia Coe races to the finish of the snowshoe portion of the biathlon.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Lydia Coe races to the finish of the snowshoe portion of the biathlon.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Youngsters take part in the Snow Rondi snowmachine activites. -Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Youngsters take part in the Snow Rondi snowmachine activites. -Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Bosco, a one-year-old Husky, shakes hands with Haylee Overson. Bosco was recognized as the biggest dog in the Snow Rondi Dog Show and also won the People’s Choice award. -Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Bosco, a one-year-old Husky, shakes hands with Haylee Overson. Bosco was recognized as the biggest dog in the Snow Rondi Dog Show and also won the People’s Choice award. -Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

More in News

Teaser
Then Now: Looking back on pandemic response

Comparing messaging from 1918 to 2021

Damage in a corner on the inside of the middle and high school building of Kachemak Selo School Nov. 12, 2019, in Kachemak Selo, Alaska. (Photo by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)
Repair costs rise as school facilities deteriorate

About $420 million worth of maintenance is needed at Kenai Peninsula Borough School District buildings.

Golden-yellow birch trees and spruce frame a view of Aurora Lagoon and Portlock Glacier from a trail in the Cottonwood-Eastland Unit of Kachemak Bay State Park off East End Road on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, near Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong)
State Parks to hold meeting on Eastland Cottonwood unit

Meeting will include update on Tutka Bay Hatchery bill

Renewable IPP CEO Jenn Miller presents information about solar power during a meeting of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 in Soldotna, Alaska. (Ashlyn O’Hara/Peninsula Clarion)
Company looks to build solar farm on peninsula

It would be roughly 20 times the size of the largest solar farm currently in the state.

Alaska State Troopers logo.
Soldotna Trooper arrested for multiple charges of child sex abuse

He has been a State Trooper in Soldotna since June 2020.

This photo shows the Alaska State Capitol. An Alaska state lawmaker was cited for driving with an open can of beer in his vehicle that another lawmaker said was actually his. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire file)
Lawmaker cited for open beer fellow legislator says was his

Republican Sen. Josh Revak plans to challenge the $220 ticket.

Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File
This 2011 photo shows the Taku and Malaspina ferries at the Auke Bay Terminal.
Costs add up as ferry idled nearly 2 years

Associated Press The cost to the state for docking an Alaska ferry… Continue reading

The Federal Aviation Administration released an initiative to improve flight safety in Alaska for all aviation on Oct. 14, 2021. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire File)
FAA releases Alaska aviation safety initiatives

The recommendations, covering five areas, range from improvements in hardware to data-gathering.

AP Photo / Becky Bohrer
The Alaska Capitol is shown on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, in Juneau, Alaska. There is interest among lawmakers and Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy in settling a dispute over the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend program, but no consensus on what the program should look like going forward.
Alaskans get annual boost of free money from PFD

Checks of $1,114 are expected to be paid to about 643,000 Alaskans, beginning this week.

Most Read