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Films support human-powered fun

Posted: February 26, 2014 - 3:30pm

How great it was to have more than 100 folks show up for the ninth annual Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival. We want to applaud everyone who came out to enjoy some fun films while supporting two local organizations — the Kachemak Nordic Ski Club and the Alaska Quiet Rights Coalition. 

The money raised last Thursday night will go toward continued support of our wonderful Nordic ski trails, as well as to advocate for quiet, human-powered sports in our local state parks and other public lands. 

Many thanks to the Homer Theatre, Ulmer’s Drug and Hardware, and Homer Saw and Cycle for helping to make the film festival a success. 

Stay tuned as we continue to work on management plan reviews of Kachemak Bay State Park and Kachemak Bay Critical Habitat Area, otherwise known as our big front yard. 

Willy Dunne, Alaska Quiet Rights Coalition 

Dan Del Missier, Kachemak Nordic Ski Club

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