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.  To find out about KEHA clubs and activities in Clay County, call the Clay County Extension Service at 606-598-2789.

Clay County Homemakers are a group of people coming together to share a common goal of education in areas of family/home life. Homemakers participate in community activities and support the Ovarian Cancer Research Program at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. While clubs may focus on a certain skill, such as quilting or cooking, you don't have to be an expert to join. We can all learn and grow together as a community. During the monthly meetings, members in these clubs work on personal projects, participate in group projects, and learn from other members. Members receive our monthly newsletter, monthly lessons and can participate in special interest classes.

To join a Homemaker Club, dues are $12 per year. Make check payable to: Clay County Homemakers. If you are unable to attend regular meetings, but would like to be involved, you may wish to join Members-at-Large. You can pay the homemaker dues and receive our monthly newsletter and mail-out lessons.

If you are interested in starting your own Homemaker Club, let us know.  

Clay County Homemaker Clubs

  • Pins & Needles - meet 3rd Saturday at 10:00 am at EXCEL
  • Card Making Club - meet 2nd Tuesday at 1:00 pm at Extension Office 
  • Happy Homemakers - meet 3rd Monday at 4:00 pm
  • Rolling Pin Bakers - meet 1st Monday at 5:30 pm (Not currently meeting.)
  • Member-at-Large - mailing list