B&B Ribbon Cutting

ribbon cuttingTracey and Tommy Engel, standing on the porch, get ready to cut the ribbon at the Kennedy Manor Bed & Breakfast on Thursday. The couple bought the home in August 2016 and have completed eight months of renovations to the house, which was built in 1860 as a single story Greek Revival home. About their decision to open a B&B in town, Tracey Engel says the couple had been visiting Jefferson for more than 20 years. “We love the small town and its quaint atmosphere,” she says. “We want our guests to sit back and relax for a few days when they visit.”

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