REC Room

October Newsletter

October 17, 2022

FROM KBFPC’S OCTOBER 2022 COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER Our community is growing. This month we are highlighting community and collective vision; here at KBFPC and beyond. Lights On Afterschool at the REC Room, the newest staff members to join our team, and the tremendous amount of Pink Flags flying around Homer (and Kenai!) all reflect the vital…

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your vote matters

August Newsletter

August 15, 2022

FROM KBFPC’S August 2022 COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER From Our CEO Dear Friends, We loved seeing so many of you at the first ever Sip & Shuck at Moose Run Metalsmiths! The event and auction combination was a huge financial success and will help offset the operational costs of our clinic, REC Room, Peer Education, and outreach programs. Sip & Shuck…

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[position filled] We’re Hiring! REC Room Assistant

July 29, 2022

KBFPC’S REC Room (a youth Resource and Enrichment Co-op) is seeking applicants to join our dynamic and dedicated team in a unique, interactive role. Are you passionate about teen education and youth resiliency? Do you want to make a difference in our community by providing a caring and nurturing place for young people? Do KBFPC’s…

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KBFPC Homer Pride outreach

July Newsletter

July 13, 2022

FROM KBFPC’S July 2022 COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER From Our CEO Dear Friends, July is a great time to be out and about, isn’t it? We’ve enjoyed seeing you at events like Soldotna and Homer’s Pride/Juneteenth celebrations, Concert on the Lawn, the Bans Off Our Bodies rally, and the Homer Farmer’s Market where you’ve shared what you want in a…

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KBFPC needs your help!

March 28, 2022

From March CEO Newsletter What would happen if the Clinic and REC Room closed our doors? Around the country, repressive laws that seek to limit or eliminate access to fundamental reproductive and sexual health care and education are multiplying. Not only are they targeting abortion services and attacking LGBTQIA+ youth, these laws may have much broader implications for access…

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February Newsletter

February 28, 2022

From KBFPC’s February 2022 Community Newsletter Happy (almost) Spring from KBFPC! My family has been connected with KBFPC in many ways over the last 20+ years. We have been clients, learned from peer educators, collaborated on youth programs as community partners, and donated through Pick.Click.Give. Our experience with KBFPC is not unique, but KBFPC’s model is. KBFPC’s…

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peer educators at the REC Room

Winter at the REC Room

February 11, 2022

In February and March, KBFPC’s peer educators and REC Room staff will be teaching our evidence-based sexual health curriculum to 9th graders at Homer High School and 7th and 8th graders at Homer Middle School. Want to join the Peer Ed team? We are currently hiring another peer educator. If you know a Homer area…

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Senator Murkowski

January 31, 2022

The first month of the new year was punctuated by a visit from Senator Lisa Murkowski and some of her staff, including Jane Conway a previous KBFPC board member. A strong supporter of Title X, Murkowski toured the clinic and REC Room to learn about our work providing reproductive and sexual healthcare and education for adults…

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Giving Tuesday

November 30, 2021

3 Ways to Give. We at Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic and the REC Room have so much to be grateful for, most of all our community and people like you who believe in and bolster our work. For almost 40 years, we have provided equitable access to no- and low-cost evidence-based, reproductive and sexual healthcare and…

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