Hawaii or Bust!
KHLT's 2019 big ticket raffle is fantastic. The prize is flexible with $1,000 worth of unrestricted Alaska Airlines gift certificates - it offers the winner the opportunity to use them as they please!
What is the prize?
Enjoy six nights on the Big Island in Kona. Your choice of two vacation rentals - Garden Getaway (sleeps 4) or Nansea's Studio (sleeps 2). Both are just a short walk from two beautiful beaches.
Experience a luxury private fishing charter with award winning Topshape Fishing and a snorkeling adventure for two with SeaQuest Hawaii. Just pack your suitcase and go!
Purchasing a raffle ticket is a fun way to support KHLT's important conservation work with the bonus of possibly winning an incredible trip. Tickets are $100 each with proceeds helping protect important salmon habitat, wildlife corridors, and recreational lands for the future. Get your ticket(s) today at Homer Saw and Cycle, The Homer Bookstore, or contact KHLT by emailing Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (907) 235-5263.
Yes! We take credit and debit cards! Only 300 tickets are available and you need not be present to win. Drawing is Friday, August 23 at Grace Ridge Brewing Company, Homer, Alaska.
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Beer for a Cause
Our Soldotna neighbor, Kenai River Brewing Co (KRBC), generously brewed a beer supporting KHLT – donating a portion of the sales to our important conservation organization. The Double Spruce Tip IPA is currently available on tap at KRBC and Alice’s Champagne Palace. The spruce tips were harvested from Land Trust properties and our Stewardship Director, Joel Cooper was excited to help with the brewing!
As part of this great opportunity, KHLT held a Battle of the Beer Label contest. There was a tie for first place and six-packs will be available for purchase by the beginning of 2019 which will include three cans of each design. Congratulations to Cheryl Newell of Sterling and Tammy Tyler of Seward for their winning entries! Monies raised will help fund KHLT’s annual stewardship responsibilities; stewarding irreplaceable lands under our care from the head of Kachemak Bay to the Kenai River. Thank you KRBC!
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