Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA)

The Montgomery County Homemakers Association is a federated county of KEHA with six clubs as well as mailbox membership. The objectives are to further strengthen, develop, coordinate and extend adult education in family and consumer sciences in cooperation with the Cooperative Extension Service of the United States Department of Agriculture and Land Grant Universities.
You can join the Montgomery County Homemakers by visiting the Extension Office on East Locust Street. You may join one of our clubs that are already established or begin a new club of you own. If you just want to receive our newsletters, you can become a mailbox member for only $5.00 each. Contact our office for more information or to talk with Hannah Maynard, our FCS Agent.

Would you like to join one of our Homemaker clubs? 

Please call the Montgomery County Extension office at (859) 498-8741 and we can help you decide which one would be best suited for your needs. If you just want to receive the newsletters and be on our mailing list, call to sign up. The fee is $5.00 each year for mailbox and club member dues are $10.00.

The Homemaker lessons for the 2017-2018 listed below. If you are interested in attending any of these trainings, please feel free to come by the Extension Office, or if you would like to have the materials from these lessons, call our office at (859) 498-8741. These lessons are free to the public.

Links to Use:

  •  Homemaker Leader Lessons 2020
  •           * Meal Kits
  •           * The Buzz about Honey
  •           * Activities with Grandchildren
  •  KEHA Website
  •           KEHA 2020 State Meeting - April 21-23, 2020
  •           Owensboro Convention Center, Owensboro, Kentucky 
  •  Montgomery County Homemaker Council 2019-21