Extension Homemaker Units
Extension Homemaker Units activities focus on four things:
Learning, Leading, Serving, and Supporting
Offers members the opportunity to develop leadership skills. Leadership training workshops give you the tools you need to be an effective leader. Serving on a committee or holding an office at the club or county level develops self-confidence. Through the organization, you gain skills in setting goals, developing a plan of action, and working with others. Homemakers all across the area put these skills to use by implementing projects that address local needs such as child safety, recycling, and health services.
Extension Homemakers are great community volunteers. Through local clubs or county projects, members volunteer their time and give money to help our community.
Joining Extension Homemakers gives you an instant support group. As you meet together at club meetings or work on projects, you will develop important friendships. The fellowship with other members will lift your spirits and provide laughter or comfort when needed.
2016 FCS Annual Lesson Series
Your Feelings, My Decision, Our Actions: Promoting Social Emotional Health Among School-Age Youth and Their Families