University of Kentucky College of Agriculture
Family & Consumer Sciences Extension - School of Human Environmental Sciences
College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association

The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA) is a volunteer organization that works to improve the quality of life for families and communities through leadership development, volunteer service and education.

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2015 KEHA Newsletter

Newsletter in Color
Newsletter in Grayscale


Mailing of the printed newsletters has been delayed by the winter weather the week of February 16. Newsletters should arrive in members’ mailboxes in early March.

 

2015 KEHA State Meeting

Thank you to everyone for your support of the 2015 KEHA State Meeting.

Special thanks to Marlene McComas, KEHA 1st Vice President, for coordination of the meeting and the Louisville Area for serving as host area.  In total, 516 people registered. 

The silent auction, theme basket raffle and quilt square auctions raised funds as detailed below.

  • $2,538 was raised through the silent auction in support of the UK Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Legacy Fund.

  • $1,878 was raised through the theme basket raffle for the UK Ovarian Cancer Research Program.

  • $1,042 was raised through the quilt square auction to support the state meeting and the KEHA general fund.

Welcome New KEHA Officers

Welcome to the five newly elected KEHA state officers and chairmen.

  • President-elect: Mary Margaret Krahulec, Shelby County

  • 2nd Vice President: Marena Nelson, Floyd County

  • Cultural Arts & Heritage Chairman: Julia Lainhart, Jessamine County

  • Family & Individual Development Chairman: Marilyn Craycroft, Meade County

  • International Chairman: Leonidisa Mundelius, Lincoln County

KEHA Chorus

As was announced at the 2015 KEHA State Meeting, a chorus is being formed for 2016.  Any interested KEHA member is invited to join the chorus.  Wendy Hood, KEHA member from Mercer County will serve as the chorus director.  Interested members should send a $10 check made payable to Wendy to:  Wendy Hood, 202 Park Avenue, Harrodsburg, KY  40330-1616. The funds will be used to cover the cost of copying and mailing sheet music and a rehearsal disk to the chorus members. The music will be provided in February 2016.  A rehearsal will be held on Monday, April 18 and the chorus will perform during the 2016 KEHA State Meeting.

Let's Boost Our EGO!

The 2015 KEHA Membership Drive challenges all members to boost our EGO – Everyone Get One – and show others the Way to Go. 

The county with the greatest percentage increase in membership will receive $100 and the Ms. E. Go traveling trophy. 

The county with the greatest increase in number of members will receive $100 and the Ms. Way To Go traveling trophy.

See Ms. E. Go’s adventures in Wolfe County
during 2014 -2015
  (WMV Video)

See Ms. Way To Go's Adventures in Madison County
during 2014-15
(WMV Video)

Membership Drive Details (PDF)

80th Anniversary Print Available

Print

The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association is celebrating our 80th anniversary this year. A special print is available to commemorate this milestone.

View the print and ordering information!