Homer supports women’s health

The 20th Annual Breast Cancer Run was a huge success with 63 brave participants conquering the sand on Aug. 10 and helping to raise more than $9,000. Thank you all for supporting access to breast cancer screening, treatment and educational services. 

Special thanks to the following sponsors: American Legion, GCI, Managed Broadband Services, Salty Dawg Saloon, The Bay Club, South Peninsula Behavioral Health Services, The Grog Shop, and Ulmer’s Drug & Hardware.Partnerships with businesses like yours are crucial in making our local breast cancer support efforts possible. 

Thank you ACS, Alaska Boats & Permits, Inc., Alaska USA Credit Union, All Hopped Up Espresso, Art Shop Gallery, Bay Realty, Baycrest Greenhouse, Bear Creek Winery, Beluga Lake Lodge, Bunnell Street Arts Center, Café Cups, Caroline’s Gifts, Coal Town Coffee, Clinic of Chiropractic Health, Amy Colberg, Scott Connelly, Bay Realty, Cosmic Kitchen, Cycle Logical, Down East Saloon, First National Bank of Alaska, Fritz Creek General Store, Kelly Gallios, Geovera, Andy Haas, Haas and Spigelmyer, Homer Art & Frame;

Homer Bookstore, Homer Electric Association, Homer Saw and Cycle, Homer’s Farmer Market, Homer’s Jeans, Homer Theatre, Judy Hughes, K-Bay Coffee, Kachemak Bay Running Club, KACHECAB, Kachemak Gear Shed, Kachemak Shellfish Growers Co-Op, ML Kelsey, Kharacters, Claire Kiesel, Bay Realty, Land’s End Resort, Lisa Ann’s Grooming, Catriona Lowe, Lula’s by the sea, Janet  McNary, Lynn Naden, NOMAR, North Wind Home Collection, Mckibben Jackinsky, Megan Palma, Gina Pelaia, Bay Realty, Peninsula Surgical Clinic, Printworks, Safeway, Salty Girls, Save-U-More, Hillary Seger M.D., South Peninsula Hospital, Spenard Builders Supply, Spit Sisters, Sustainable Wares, Tech Connect, The Alibi, The Bagel Shop, The Fringe, The Homestead Restaurant, The Saltry, Timeless Toys, Two Sisters Bakery, VBS Heating, and Young’s Downtown Inn & Oriental Restaurant.

If I failed to mention you, please know you are thanked and that I regret the error. We couldn’t have done it without countless volunteers who helped tirelessly. 

Thank you, Homer.

Susan Kaplan

Women’s Health Outreach Manager

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic

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