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Steps in Organizing an Extension Homemakers Club
Easy steps to help the FCS Agent, County Council President or qualified Club President
to see if there is enough interest to start a new club in their county.
Organizational Meeting for New Extension Homemakers Club
Things to do to get ready and conduct the first meeting for a new club. Meeting should
be conducted and headed by the FCS Agent and assisted by the County Council President.
Support Provided by the FCS Agent to New Clubs
Outline of functions and duties the FCS Agent will do to support the new club, i.e.
training and helping with educational programs.
Example of an EHC Officer/Leader Workshop
Outline of a typical officer/leader workshop to be conducted by the County FCS Agent,
County Council Officers, and in some cases the State Officers/leaders. State-wide
officer/leadership training will be conducted every even-year at the 4-H Center in
Ferndale, AR. All members are encouraged to attend the one-day workshop.
How To Be A Good EH Club President
Outline for FCS Agents to hand out to new EHC Presidents to following during their
tenure as president of their clubs.
AEHE provides insurance coverage for members of the Executive Committee, Council committee
members and EHC members who participate in official business and meetings of the organization.
Click above the learn when FCS Agent is responsible for securing insurance.
AEHC Scholarship Criteria
Pauline Bartholomew Young EHC Scholarship
Mini Grant Guidelines
Request to Conduct Raffle Instructions Receipts & Allowable Expenses Formula Extension Homemakers Annual Raffle ReportCertificate of Non-Profit Status