Applause for talent show support

  • By Keren Kelley
  • Wednesday, May 1, 2013 5:50pm
  • News

Homer Senior Citizens Inc. and Friendship Center Adult Day Services would like to give thanks to everyone in the community who so graciously helped us with our talent show. We have received much support from volunteers who donated time and talent to make the show a success: Pat Hagen, Chuck Buck, Beverly Buck, Allan Phelps, Floyd Seekins, Sunrise Sjoeberg, Tim Quinn, Jake Hodnik, Peggy Wright, Loretta Pyatt, Rhonda Gibson, Galen Gordon, Arlene Gordon, Alathea Clymer, Jack Vantrease, Dottie Webster, Nadine, Pence, Peg Perkins, Mary King, Cathy Stingley, John Baird, Steve Mueller, Marcia Lynn, Mike Murray, Lindianne Sarno, Atz Kilcher, Bonnie Kilcher and the Ukulele Band.

We also want to give a huge thank you to the Homer businesses that donated items for the door prizes: Caribou Family Restaurant, Homer’s Jeans, Tangles, Alaska Wild Berry Products, Cosmic Kitchen, Upstairs Boutique, the Homer Bookstore, J&B Smokin BBQ, Vicky Hodnick,  Blackbeary Bog, Duncan House, All About You and a thank you to Homer McDonald’s for the use of their cooler.

These events don’t happen without community support and we are fortunate to live in a community like Homer.

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