All Hands on Deck for Back-to-School Construction
Cook Inlet Academy is a non-profit, non-denominational, private Christian school in Soldotna. Led by Principal Mary Rowley, this school's mission is to join with parents in "leading their children to know the fullness of God's love and to experience the life change that only God can produce."
The school operates on a limited budget, which means everyone—principal included--pitches in for the maintenance and upkeep of the grounds and facility. That makes "summers off" a rather foreign concept for Principal Rowley and her team.
That's where Alaska Missions' Kenai Construction crews stepped in to tackle some big projects and give this school a little summertime TLC. Our crews cleaned out and organized storage closets, refurbished the exterior of detached classrooms, and remodeled a hallway leading to the gymnasium.
"Our construction teams were so impressed by the work the school is able to do on a limited budget," said Wade Liles, leader of Alaska Missions Kenai Construction Operations. "We saw firsthand how invested Mary Rowley and her staff are in fulfilling the mission of this school. Our teams were appreciative of Mary's leadership and were blessed to have been able to serve here."
The Ripple Effect
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