Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享For the 10th year in a row the Kenai Central High School ski team spent their summer helping to clean the Kenai beaches throughout the Dipnet Season. KCHS Ski Coach Brad Nyquist: “There are a lot of compliments, and every year I get more and more compliments from the people about how clean the beaches are. It’s also really good for our kids to give back to the community.” Nyquist: “Just a presence down there, doing this, helps remind people that they can also pick things up as well.” Parents, coaches and students all volunteer their time each summer to participate in the annual clean up efforts. The City of Kenai does pay the ski team a small fee to do the cleanup, which helps support team activities, according to Nyquist. The KCHS ski team picks up trash two times a week while the Kenai personal-use dipnet fishery is open each summer.