Extension Associate for Clothing and Textiles
Kansas State University, 1978
Clothing and Textiles
Kansas State University, 1976
Home Economics with Liberal Arts
Since 1996, Marjorie has also been on the state staff for 4-H Youth Development as a program coordinator where she coordinates and gives support to the state apparel and textiles projects, including the state 4-H fashion revue, sewing, needlework, and 4-H Fashion Leadership Board.
A native of Kansas, Marjorie holds a B.S. degree in Home Economics and a M.S. degree in Clothing and Textiles from Kansas State University. After relocating to Kentucky in 1978, Marjorie quickly became involved with Extension by starting a neighborhood Extension Homemaker club. She continues to be an active volunteer for her local 4-H and Extension Homemaker programs having given more than 30 years of service.
- Kentucky Master Volunteer in Clothing Construction Program
- 4-H Sewing and Needlework Projects
- 4-H State Fashion Revue
- 4-H Fashion Leadership Board Advisor