The Oldham County Extension Homemakers Association welcomes you!


Anyone can be a homemaker regardless of age, race, color, national origin, religion, marital status, or gender. As part of the Oldham County Extension Homemakers, you will become a vital part of your community through public service and citizenship programs.



oc homemakers documents

The homemaker handbook is updated each year in the fall and then disbursed to the homemakers clubs. If you are in need of a copy of the handbook, contact the Extension Office.

Oldham County Homemaker Club Brochure

UK's Simple Parliamentary Procedures can be used to help run smooth club business meetings.

Homemaker of the Year Form

Homemaker Club of the Year Form

Homemaker Community Service Award Guidelines

The OC Extension Homemaker Scholarship application is available in two versions: electronic fillable application or printable application

Homemaker Volunteer Hours Form


oc homemakers lessons

Past homemaker lessons include Healthy Beverages, Embracing Aging, Gluten Free, Making Yeast Breads, Plate It Up, Maximizing Your Dollars, The Power of Motivation, Communication Essentials, Understanding the Food Label, Gardening in Small Spaces, Baking for 1 or 2, Cooking Under Pressure, Understanding Diabetes, and much more.

2021-2022 Homemaker Lessons

Unless otherwise specified, all homemakers lesson take place at 10:00 a.m. on a Thursday at the Oldham County Extension Office. Specific dates are currently to be determined. Free and open to the public.
  • Reducing the Risk of Identity Theft
  • Pin Weaving
  • Communication Essentials for Good Impressions
  • Generational Differences
  • Savings Savvy
  • Prepare to Care

oc homemakers clubs

The Oldham County Family and Consumer Science Agent supports Oldham County's eleven homemaker clubs (information on club meetings and contacts listed below). Some homemaker clubs meet at the Extension office. Others meet at a local church or a member's home.
502 Crafters • Sundays* • Mary Wallace (438-0546)
Crossroads • 1st Wednesday • Treva Prather (396-3250)
Goshen Area • 1st Wednesday • Pat DeChurch (749-6284)
Poplar Grove • 1st Friday • Faye Korthaus (649-6475)
Rug Hooking • 3rd Thursday • Diane Weis (758-5727)
Saturday Quilters • Saturdays • Patti Hardesty (558-3068)
Scrapbooking & Craft Club • Wednesdays* • Linda Kiekhefer (241-9136)
Share & Sample • 3rd Thursday* • Traci Jones (758-1322)
Suburbanites • 2nd Thursday • Scout Dixon (971-2096)
Tuesday Quilters • Tuesdays • Cheryl Kuprion (741-9744)
Yarnovers • Tuesdays • Nancy Dahlgren (222-7899)

* Club meets in the evening.


ky homemakers

The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA) is a volunteer organization that works to improve the quality of life for families and communities through leadership development, volunteer service, and education. The organization was developed in cooperation with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Across the state, County Extension Agents for Family and Consumer Sciences work closely with KEHA members and clubs to provide educational programming and coordinate community activities.


Visit the Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association website!


KEHA is divided into fourteen areas to help strengthen county-state relationships. Oldham County is part of the Louisville Area Homemakers Association.

Kentucky Homemakers