Extension Homemaker Club Information
Extension Homemakers Creed
We believe in the present and its opportunities, in the future and its promises; and in everything that makes life large and lovely; in the divine joy of living and helping others. And so we endeavor to pass on to others that which has benefited us, striving to go onward and upward reaching the pinnacle of economic perfection, in improving, enlarging, and endearing the greatest institution in the world, THE HOME.
As an Extension Homemaker you have opportunities to...
* Meet with friends and neighbors in educational and social settings
* Share experiences and information
* Keep up-to-date on new knowledge and research
* Experience personal growth and develop skills
* Form lasting friendships while sharing leadership responsibilities for programs and projects
* Make a difference in today's world
* Support projects that help children and families live better lives
Why Belong to An Indiana Extension Homemaker Club
Their are many advantages to belonging to an Extension Homemaker Club. To find out what they are click here.
Networking with others within your organization is an important piece of building relationships. These relationships will be important not only while you are at meetings; bu can be a building block for your future. Joining IEHA is a great way to network!
* You should network with people no matter how you meet them
* Join a committee
* Attend events
Become a Warrick County Extension Homemaker
If you would like more information about becoming a member of a Warrick County Extension Homemaker Club or would like to form a new club contact:
Marilyn Rutter - email@example.com
Linda Shaw - firstname.lastname@example.org
New Membership - Form
Warrick County Extension Homemakers Officers
President: Linda Shaw - email@example.com
Vice-President: Dianne Bradley
Secretary: Mary Dennis
Treasurer: Terri Dicus
Publicity: Jackie Hill
Advisor: Lori Taylor
Extension Homemakers Clubs in Warrick County:
Black Oak - President: Evelyn Bosse
Country Friends - President: Debbie Perigo
Cypress - President: Marsha Orth
Daisy Mae's & Friends - President: Teresa Evans
Dayville - President: Mary Conner
Friends Nite Out - President: Vicki Brauns
Happy Homemakers - President: Gail Geurin
Oak Grove - President: Dianne Hildenbrand
Paradise - President: Della Shiver
Pleasant Hill - Jeni Bartlett
Southern Comforters - Lori Taylor
Sunshine - President: Doris Brady
Tennyson - President: Jane Wyatt
Town & Country - President: Joyce Shoulders
Ruth B. Sayre Scholarship - Due February 15, 2013
The Ruth B. Sayre scholarship is offered for the purpose of fostering educational development of women. Country Women's Council - USA sponsors the scholarship. Indiana Extension Homemakers Association is a member of CWC. This award, we will only sponsor and sign applications of Indiana residents.
Career Advancement Scholarships - Must be postmarked by March 15, 2013
Eight $500 Scholarships will be given. One (1) as the Eleanor Arnold Award to an IEHA member, one (1) as the Ann Hancook Award to a degree in the medical profession, and six (6) random scholarships. Read and follow the instructions for completing the application. Applications that are incomplete or that have missing information will not be considered. Scholarships are usually granted for Undergraduate degrees rather than Masters degrees. Scholarships will be awarded with regard to financial need. Former winners may reapply.
Warrick County Extension Homemaker Scholarship - Due April 15, 2013
This Scholarship will be awarded to children or grandchildren of Warrick County Extension Homemakers (who has been active for the last two years).
Links of Interest:
Indiana Extension Homemakers Association