Kentucky Extension Homemakers

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. The organization was developed in cooperation with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Across the state, County Extension Agents for Family and Consumer Sciences work closely with KEHA members and clubs to provide educational programming and coordinate community activities.  To find out about KEHA clubs and activities in a specific Kentucky county, contact the county office for the UK Cooperative Extension Service.

Cumberland County Homemakers 

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Homemaker Membership: $10 per year 
What a Membership Entitles You to: 
  • Receive the Cumberland County Homemaker newsletter
  • Opportunities to participate in the countywide Extension Homemaker activities
  • Notification of special county and area activities and educational opportunities
  • Have the opportunity to participate in the KEHA scholarship programs
  • Have the opportunity to travel, meet outstanding leaders and experience unlimited personal growth
  • Opportunities for health screenings

Different Types of Clubs:
  • Join an existing club: Attend regular meeting, Usually monthly, day or night
  • Form a new club: Form a special interest club: book club, scrapbooking, etc. Minimum of five people.Call for more information
  • Enroll as a mailbox member: Receive information in the mail and attend activities as your time allows. No regular or monthly meetings to attend.
Cumberland County Homemakers Clubs: 
  • Kettle, Happy Hour, Hegira,Station 2, Co-Workers, Quilt Guild, Hospital Homemakers, Marrowbone Homemakers, and After Hours 
Check out the Cumberland County Homemakers Facebook Page.

For more information on Extension Homemakers, contact Debbie Messenger at (270) 433-7700.