The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA) welcomes members regardless age, race, color, national origin, creed, marital status, gender, education or economic status. Any full or part-time homemaker, male or female, rural or urban, teenager or senior citizen and in-between, may belong to KEHA.

Homemakers gain new knowledge and skills that improve the quality of life for themselves and their families. Practical demonstrations and discussions are important parts of the meetings. Educational program are implemented by members of county associations, in cooperation with County Extension Agents, on the basis of the latest research data from the University of Kentucky. County, state and national meetings and workshops provide fellowship combined with concentrated learning opportunities and opportunities to enhance leadership skill.

If you are interested in joining or starting an Extension Homemakers Club in your neighborhood or community, please contact your County Cooperative Extension Office. The Family Consumer Sciences Education Agent will provide information about current clubs and programs, as well as guidance in establishing new clubs.