The following Family & Consumer Science articles first printed in the Spring 2017 edition of the quarterly Oldham County Extension newsletter.
Celebrating Cultural Arts in Oldham County
On February 3, Oldham County Cultural Arts and Heritage Day was held at the John Black Community Center. Thirty-nine homemakers entered one hundred entries, a sizable increase from last year’s event. Forty-nine blue ribbons were awarded.
The Crossroads & Poplar Grove homemaker clubs hosted a card making party. Over one hundred valentines were made for local nursing home residents!
On Friday, February 24, Cultural Arts Winners from the county level will compete in the Louisville Area Cultural Arts competition at the John Black Center. Entries must be pre-registered. Viewing will be 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Winners from the Louisville Area Cultural Arts competition will advance to the state competition which takes place during the KEHA meeting on May 1 through 4 in Owensboro. “Mapping Our Future” is the theme for this year’s state meeting. Visit keha.org for more information.
Louisville Area President Elect Announced
Congratulations to Dottie Crouch, President Elect, for the Louisville Area Extension Homemakers. Dottie has served as president of the Crossroads Homemakers, Homemaker representative on the Oldham County Extension Council, and is presently serving her second term as Oldham County Extension Homemaker President. She has successful chaired numerous committees that include fundraisers and membership drives. Dottie is an outstanding leader and tireless advocate for UK Cooperative Extension.
Oldham County Homemakers Save the Date
Save the date! The 2017 Oldham County Extension Homemaker Annual Meeting will be Thursday, May 18, at the John Black Community Center. The Yarnovers and Suburbanites will announce more details at the Homemaker Council meeting on March 23.
New Homemakers Clubs
Painting Club have their next meeting on Tuesday, March 21, and plan to meet the third Tuesday of each month from 1:15 to 4:00 p.m. Bring your brush, paints, and projects to the Extension Office to improve your skills, be more creative, and enjoy companionship. Call Barb Lynch, at (502) 243-1386 for more details.
The Wednesday Quilters plan to meet every Wednesday at the Oldham County Extension Office. This group is for all skill levels. Please join us between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Bring your lunch and have fun quilting! Contact Cheryl Kuprion at (502) 741-9744 if you have any questions.