Ice arena needs your support

Homer Hockey Association (HHA) would like to thank everyone for a hugely successful Dessert Auction to support the Kevin Bell Arena. Many people may not know how pivotal a year this is for the ice rink. In September 2015 if funding is not found, we might not have an ice rink in Homer. 

Community support matters. If you would like to make a donation visit www.kevinbellarena.org and choose the “Donate” button on the upper right corner. 

Huge thanks go to Dave Aplin, auctioneer extraordinaire, and to all the incredible dessert donations. We so greatly appreciate the donations we received from the businesses that support HHA. Special thanks to Save-U-More, Safeway, Kachemak Wholesale, Two Sisters, Strong Construction, Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge, Homer Elks, Homer Saw and Cycle, Homer’s Jeans, Cosmic Kitchen, Fat  Olive’s Restaurant and Coffee Shop, Ulmers, Rich Nelson, Redline Sports, Loopy Lupine, Sourdough Express, AJ’s Oldtown Steakhouse and Fritz Creek General Store. 

Ted Otis, president

Homer Hockey Association 

 

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