Clubs / Organizations

Why should we be involved in our community?

 
Awareness: Take comfort in being informed. Being aware of the needs and goals of our community really allows you to know the values of your neighbors.
 
Use your talents to benefit others:  Whether it is volunteering your graphic design skills to draft flyers or helping an organization with their social media awareness, there are always ways to use and develop your skills.
 
Sense of belonging: Having ties to your community really gives you purpose. 
 
Involvement makes a difference. Every little bit does help and never be afraid to ask around and figure out where you can be most helpful in our community!
 

Pendleton County Homemakers

  • Mt. Auburn Homemakers, Monica Yeamans, 859-472-1020, meetings begin at 10:30 a.m., every first Monday.
  • Town & Country Homemakers, Ellin Crotty, 859-654-3992, meetings begin at 7 p.m., every second Monday.
  • Karen Davis Homemakers, Faye Godman, 859-654-8589, meetings begin at 6:30 p.m., every second Monday.
  • Four Oaks Homemakers, Joyce Beckett, 859-654-3046, meetings begin at 6:30 p.m., every second Tuesday.
  • Butler Homemakers, Brenda McElfresh, 859-472-1090, meetings begin at 11 a.m., every second Thursday.
  • Mix Match Homemakers, Katie Sullivan, 859-445-6187, meetings begin at 7 p.m., every third Friday.
  • Extension Homemaker Quilting Group, Debbie Ketron, 513-467-0250, meetings are held at 7 p.m., every fourth Monday at the Extension Office. 
  • Extension Homemaker Scrapbooking Group, Carolyn Hesler, 859-654-4271, meeting begins at 7 p.m., every fourth Tuesday at the Extension Office.