More thanks for Polar Plunge

A couple weeks ago I sent out a thank you letter although I didn’t have everyone’s name that I needed to recognize. I would like to add the following outstanding sponsors as well: Ulmer’s; Department of Alaska American Legion Auxiliary, Unit, Post and Squadron 16 of Homer; Bug who donated her wearable goods to auction off for children on the Kenai Peninsula with cancer; Two Sisters Bakery; Ninilchik Unit 18; the K Bay Marine Corp League; Jay Brant; Grog Shop; Kharacters; Alibi; Best Western Bidarka; All Seasons Honda; Darlene Sheldon; Art Shop Gallery; Homer Veterinary Clinic; Barb Scalzi (Anna Lane); Printworks/Super Software; Debra Leisek; Fritz Creek; Forget Me Not Flowers; Kachemak Auto Parts; HEA; Tire Town; Northern Enterprises; Sundog; Bulletproof Nets; and Mary Oldham. 

You are all awesome in my book and I wish I could name more, just know that I appreciate each and every dollar I raise. A special second thank you goes out to a very special lady — Dr. Susan Polis, DDS, of Preventive Dental Services — for her continued support. One last big thanks is for our Sen. Peter Micciche and Rep. Paul Seaton for the letters of commendation. I really appreciate the recognition. Thank you all.

Christie Hill (Splash)  

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