Family & Consumer Sciences : Homemakers

What is Extension Homemakers?

The primary objective of the Homemaker Association is to carry out an informal education program. Homemakers are your friends, relatives and neighbors. We keep up-to-date on what’s happening in our community, our county, our nation and our world.

Hardin County Cooperative Extension Service Serving You!

The Hardin County Cooperative Extension Service is a partnership between the University of Kentucky, the U.S. Department of Agriculture , and Hardin County Government. The Hardin County Extension Service professional staff is ready to answer questions and address concerns about issues important to you.

LOOK WHAT’S COMING UP!!

Following are the lessons for the 2016-17 year for the Hardin County Homemakers. We will also have several “special interest” lessons, trips and other events during the year. Hope you will join us!!

Look What’s Coming Up

2016-17- Educational Lessons

September: “Making Healthy Beverage Choices”

October: “Expand Your Creativity with Chalk Paint”        

November: “Creating & Maintaining Family Traditions”

January: “Economical Entrees”

February: ”Varying Your Fruits & Veggies with Exotic Choices”               

March: “Gardening in Small Spaces”

April: “Travel Safety: Know Before You Go”

May: “Bargain Hunters”

 

HCCES MEMBERSHIP

Regular Club Membership
Attend monthly meetings
Participate in club and county activities
Receive newsletters and information about programs
Leadership opportunities
Awards and recognition
Community Support

Associate Membership

The Hardin County Extension Homemakers Association offers an associate membership to individuals who are unable to attend a regular club meeting. Dues are$10 yearly.

Associate members enjoy the privileges of regular Extension Homemaker Club membership, including area and state affiliation.

  • PLUS . . . Notification of special county and area activities.
  • 8 yearly lessons mailed directly to you.
  • Opportunities to participate in county wide
  • Extension Homemaker activities.
  • Receive county newsletters listing all programs pertaining to Family and Consumer Sciences.
  • Be eligible to join any of our special interest clubs—wellness, quilt clubs, etc.