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FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES
The Country Ladies hosted a tea fit for a Queen for Twin Oaks residents
Anniversary Extension Homemaker
Malissa Beatty hosted a painting class for the
Area Cultural Arts Competition
New Pinterest Group
Kelly Dockter taught the first class for the new group that will be meeting once a quarter.
|The next Pinterest class will be May 31st at 6:30pm We will be making a terra cotta pot person. The fee will be $20 to cover materials. Please make payable to Kelly Dockter and send payment to PO Box 246, New Castle, KY 40050 The deadline to sign up is May 25th||
May 7-9-State Extension Homemaker Meeting at the Crown Plaza in Louisville: We have a nice delegation attending this year Prom i-lenry County! Terry Heffley (County Vice President) and Kathy Gephart (County Secretary) will be our voting delegates, also attending are Saundra Smith, Cindy Moore, Jeanne Morgan, Cynthia Dare, and Kathy Schwandner.
|KEHA State Membership Update and New LOGO revealed: The total membership in the state for this year is 14,462 - an increase of 35 members! This is the second year in the past four years when KEHA realized an increase in membership. A complete membership report will be shared in voting delegate packers at the K FHA State Meeting in May|
TUESDAY EVENING Adult Sewing Groups
|May 15-6:30 p.m.: Chautauqua
program-The Frontier Nursing Servicel 881-1965
This program is funded in part by Kentucky Humanities Council.
May 24: 80th Henry County Extension Homemaker Annual
More details to follow in our next newsletter.
|*Silent Auction —for Ovarian Cancer
*Registration: 5:30 to 6:00
*Dinner: 6:00 to 6:30
*Business Meeting and Award: 7:15 to 7.45
*Door Prizes: 7.45 to 8:00
|Busy Bees -- 2 Door Prizes|
|Country Ladies -- Caterer|
|Homemakers in Progress -- Speaker|
|Eminence -- Table Decor|
|Jericho -- 2 Door Prizes|
|Make & Mend -- 2 Door Prizes|
|Town and Country -- Clean-up|
Also... Bring canned items to donate to the Family Resource Center (summer is the greatest need for food as the children are not eating of school)
At our spring meeting we will be voting on a change to our constitution. We are required to adopt UK's Equal Opportunity statement relative to membership in the organization and need to approve the change as follows: "Membership shall be open to all people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, marital status, genetic informotion, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability."
We will be entering items at the Fairgrounds on Monday July 2 and
take down on Thursday, July 5. We have the Following scheduled to
Culinary-Zelma Winchester/Eminence Club
Arts and Crafts-Ruth Earl/Town & Country Club
Flowers-Jericho Homemakers Needlework
We need someone to help enter needlework
We will also need volunteers to keep the building open from 7:00-9:00 Mon /Tue/Wed
June 21-Road Trip!!
SIGN UP FOR
Learn the safest methods to preserve the wonderful vegetables and fruits that are produced in our county this summer. Taught by Chris Duncan, Oldham County Family andConsumer Science.
THURS. JUNE 7, 6:30 P.M.
open to the public. Call 222-9453 to save your seat.
June 25th-Louisville Area Meeting Date
The Louisville Area Homemaker Council voted to try having our area meeting in the spring rather than in the fall. So in June the Jefferson County Homemakers will host the next area meeting! More information will follow but the date is Monday, June 25 and the location is the Riverside-Farnsley Moremen Landing located at 7410 Moorman Road in Louisville. We will tour the facility and have a delightful box lunch. The Cost is $20 and you must make a reservation by sending your check made payable to Henry County Homemakers to Box 246, New Castle, KY 40050 by May 30. You must also let us know if you want Chicken salad on a croissant or roasted turkey on wheat when you make your reservation. Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes so you can tour the grounds. Registration is at 9:30 and the meeting begins at 10:00.
Second Wind Dreams Committee: The Second Wind Dreams committee meets at the Henry Count Extension Office at 1:30 on the second Tuesday of the month. We have granted 369 dreams For Senior Citizens. Come join us as we work to begin the Music and Memory program!
Second Wind Dreams We have completed OVER 369 dreams for residents of Homestead since we started the program! If you or a group you belong to hasn’t had the opportunity to experience the joy of participating call Sue Barnett-Committee Chairman or the Extension Office. Dreams come in all sizes!
P O BOX 246 NEW CASTLE KY 40050
(502) 845-2811 FAX (502) 845-2829
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regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.
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