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The residential choices in the Kenai area range from an urban setting with all comforts of city living, to a wilderness environment with cabins on the homestead.  Kenai has a young population which value family, independence, and a strong connection with its senior citizens. The Kenai Senior Citizens Center, as well as Vintage Pointe, a 40-unit residential independent living facility overlooking the Kenai River, is sponsored by the City of Kenai. The Senior Center serves as an advocacy group for all seniors over 60 years of age and provides services that include congregate and home-delivered meals, recreational activities and health screening. The Center and its valuable programs are a pride of our community.

Family-centered activities are often held at one of the six schools within the City. Along with a community schools program, several private schools, preschools and daycare centers, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District offers one of the best public school programs in the nations. For those individuals wishing to continue their education without leaving the area, the Kenai Peninsula College, a division of the University of Alaska, offers day and night classes and an extensive schedule of courses. The Challenger Learning Center of Alaska opened in April 2000 in Kenai. It is the 39th of 51 centers in the Challenger Learning Center for Space Science Education network and was created as a statewide project to meet the educational needs of students in Kenai and in Alaska. Using simulated space missions, distance education and hands-on workshops, the Challenger Learning Center inspires students in grades 4-12 to develop an interest in math, science and technology and to consider careers in these fields.

Serving the Central Peninsula area, the Kenai Community Library has a large collection of Alaskana for history buffs, as well as books, periodicals, CDs, DVDs, and video tapes. The library also boasts a garden featuring native plants; a magazine reading area with large picture windows; and free internet access. The library is open seven days a week to better serve the residents of Kenai, summer visitors and the expended central peninsula.
 

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