Homemakers conference a success

Kenai Peninsula Homemakers FCE Council held their 62nd state conference at the Alaska Christian College on Poppy Lane in Soldotna August 15-20. Thirty members from across Alaska attended. We would like to thank the following for their help to make this a great conference!

First National Bank-Kenai, Wells Fargo Bank-Kenai, Kenai Convention and Visitors Bureau, Doug Jung-Safeway-Kenai, Evan Frisk-Peninsula Heath Care, Jan Yaeger-Office of Emergency Management-Soldotna, Pat Reese of Robins Place Fabrics-Soldotna, Tom Cooper of Alaska Antlers and Horns-Sterling, Bobbie Jackson of Jackson Gardens-Kasilof, Travis Ransom-Boy Scouts of America, Jabilaini Dancers-Kenaitze Indian Tribe, Julie Saltz and Sally Oelrich of KP Dutch Oven Chapter, Debbie Brown, Marty Sowers, Donna VanLone, Deanna O’Connor.

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