Letters to the Editor

Special Thanks Recently we had our annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. This was our best fund raiser ever and we have our community to thank for that. We would like to give a special thanks to the Emblem Club for feeding us again at the end of the run, Officer Sean Perry […]

Letters – June 8

Buddy, can you spare a ride? In recent years, there has been an influx of people coming to live here from the Lower 48. It concerns me that the values and traditions of this small town are changing from the influence of the arrivals. I would like to inform those who are newly arrived that, […]

Letters – June 1

Helping hand Today while going up Baycrest Hill, a huge piece of metal went into our brand new tire causing an instant blowout. Fortunately for me, two young men stopped and insisted on helping. Not only did they change the tire, but they did so carefully and took pains to do it right, even unloading […]

Letters – May 25

Migration Run brings fun — and sun The annual Migration Run, a fundraiser for Homer youth running programs, took place on the sunniest of Sundays this May, and we are grateful for all those who made it such a success.  Lauren Jones, who is a member of the Homer High School Track team and an […]

Letters – May 18

Stickers and T-shirt thanks I want to thank the Kachemak Bay Running Club for their enthusiastic support of the Mileage Club at West Homer Elementary. KBRC’s donation of KBRC stickers and custom T-shirts for the students that make the 26.2 mile marathon level is amazingly generous. This is our second year doing the Mileage Club, […]

Letters – May 11

It takes a community The freshmen girls and boys of Homer High School, and their teachers, would love to extend a heart-felt thank you to the KBRC for their very generous gift to the decathlon competition. It is wonderful to inspire our young athletes in the world of track and field. We would also like […]

Letters – May 4

KBFPC thanks City of Homer On behalf of Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic and the R.E.C. Room (a Youth Resource & Enrichment Co-op), I want to thank the City of Homer for its grant for general operating support. In addition, I send my thanks to the Homer Foundation for administering this important program. The City […]

Letters – April 27

Adult Education an asset to community As Kachemak Bay Campus’s academic year winds to a close, its Adult Basic Education Program would like to extend a special and heartfelt thanks to community members who have shared their time and energy as tutors in our program. These dedicated volunteers provided many hours of individual instruction in […]

Letters – April 20

Community rallies to bring deckhand class The Kachemak Bay Campus of the Kenai Peninsula College Marine Technology Program offered a deckhand skills class April 9 and 10. As instructor, I have many thanks to distribute to members of our community who assisted in making this class an extraordinary success. Thank you Don, Robin and Patrick […]

Letters – April 13

Bowlers raise $5,000 for BB/BS Big Brothers Big Sisters is a national program that matches youth with positive adult role models, helping them succeed at home, in school and in life. On April 2, we held our annual fundraiser, “Bowl for Kids’ Sake.” We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the more than […]

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