Homemakers feel right at home

The Kenai Peninsula Homemakers FCE held their 28th annual retreat at Quality Inn, Kenai “Hearts In Bloom” March 28-30. 28 ladies attended and enjoyed it. We were well taken care of by them. The conference room was a good size for us and Jason helped us with tables and chairs. The pool was great fun and the continental breakfast was yummy! Special needs were met and handled quickly and we will be returning next year for our retreat. Special thanks to Karen Jensen, RN, who came and spoke to us regarding healthy eating and care of our hearts. We recommend Quality Inn highly!

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