Johnson County Extension Homemakers are seeking community members for a new club.

According to the statement, the organization is seeking to create an additional homemakers club in Johnson County that consists of community members who are “passionate and motivated towards leadership and community development.”

The goal of the new club will be to regularly meet and have discussions on important topics, as well as organize campaigns that will move the community forward, the statement said.

“The Extension Homemakers goal is to empower one another to make positive changes and to build happier, healthier families and lives,” the statement said. ”As a member of Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association, you are able to gain insight, knowledge and have access to an unlimited amount of resources and professional guidance through the University of Kentucky. Whether it’s managing your family life, navigating your career, keeping your family safe and addressing issues within the state and your own community, KEHA supports these efforts every step of the way.”

The new Homemaker Club, which will meet a minimum of once a month, requires payment of a $10 annual due to join.

The group’s first meeting will be at 5:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 9 at the Johnson County Extension Office on F.M. Stafford Avenue in Paintsville.

For more information, contact Sabrina Hayden at, (606)7 89-8108.

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