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.

Learn More about KEHA

KEHA History

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 Voting Delegate Information

The 2015 KEHA Business Meeting will be held Wednesday, May 6 at 10 a.m. in Crowne Ballroom A during the KEHA State Meeting in Louisville. All voting delegates should review the materials linked below prior to the meeting.  The PDF file includes proposed amendments to the KEHA Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws along with candidate credentials for all positions to be elected.

2015 Voting Delegate Information

To learn more about the positions to be elected, review the job descriptions linked below:

Mark your calendars!

2015 KEHA State Meeting

2015 KEHA State Meeting – May 4-7, 2015
Crowne Plaza Hotel
830 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209
Make reservations by April 4, 2015 by calling
(888) 233-9527. 
Request the KEHA rate of $104 + tax (1-4 people).
The Crowne Plaza is sold out for the evening of May 6
but has availability May 3-5.

Springhill Suites by Marriott
820 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209
Make reservations by April 15, 2015 by calling
(502) 361-9009 or clicking this link.
Request the KEHA rate of $119 + tax.

Courtyard Louisville Airport
819 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209
Make reservations by April 15, 2015 by calling
(502) 368-5678 or clicking this link
Request the Kentucky Extension Homemaker 2015 rate of $109 + tax.

This is a suites hotel and the rate includes breakfast.

Let’s help the Center for Courageous Kids!

The Center for Courageous Kids has an urgent need for quilts and pillowcases and KEHA is planning to help address this need!  Twin size quilts sized 65” x 90” are requested.  There are no fabric restrictions – just durable and washable. Bright colors and patterns are loved.  CCK also needs standard size pillow cases.  Cotton is preferred and colors – both bold and pastel – work well.  KEHA will collect quilts and pillowcases at the 2015 KEHA State Meeting.  Any donations should be brought to the registration area.  Members are encouraged to attach a notecard with the donor’s name, county and address to donated items.  A representative from the Center for Courageous Kids will attend the KEHA Awards Breakfast to receive the donations.  Click here for a flyer with additional details.

Congratulations to Pat Carter from Crittenden County.  She designed the winning bookmark in the contest to create a new reading rewards bookmark for KEHA

View it here

Let's Boost Our EGO!

The 2014 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 Martin County
during 2013 -2014
  (MP4 Video)
Membership Drive Details (PDF)

80th Anniversary Print Available


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!