Appalachian Makers Club names officers

Johnson County’s new Appalachian Makers Club, a division of the Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA), met for the second time on the evening of  Jan. 23 to elect officers and kick off their efforts. According to their Facebook page, the club is for paid members of KEHA who want to be more involved in the positive change happening in the community. Officers were elected by seventeen club members present at the meeting and are pictured above. They include, from left, President Sabrina Hayden, Vice President Becky Clay, Secretary Reagan Coburn and Treasurer Misty Hamilton. The next meeting of the Appalachian Homemakers will be held at 5:30 p.m., Feb. 11 in the Johnson County Extension Office and anyone is welcome to attend.

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