Family & Consumer Sciences
Family & Consumer Sciences
The Foodies Club meets monthly at the Extension Office to prepare a variety of recipes.
Sewing Club/Sewing Projects
This volunteer led class series teaches 4-H'ers ages 9 & up the basics of sewing and helps them complete a county fair project. Youth who attend multiple years are able to build on their skills. Meetings usually begin in early spring and last several weeks. Sherly Bailey is the leader.
Quilting Club/ Quilting Projects
This volunteer led class series teaches 4-H'ers ages 9 & up the basics of quilting and helps them complete a county fair project. Youth who attend multiple years are able to build on their skills. Meetings usually begin in late winter and last several weeks. Sherly Bailey is the leader.
Youth compete against other teams to bake and decorate the best cupcakes. Competition takes place during the Kentucky State Fair.
Youth who like to make things will love the home environment project. This project fosters mastery by learning to organize and maintain one's living space, decorate a room, draw a floor plan, complete an energy audit; purchase or restore furniture, re-purpose things that one already has; belonging by practicing good manners and learning to interact as a member of a family; independence by accepting responsibility for tasks within the home; and generosity by being mindful of the needs, feelings, property, and space of others. If you are interested in leading a home environment club or project please contact the Extension Office. More information.
Needlework Projects/ Club
If you are interested in leading a needlework project or club please contact the Extension Office. More information
Fashion Teen Leadership Board
The Kentucky 4-H Fashion Leadership Board gives teens who are into fashion an opportunity to put leadership skills into action while providing a youth voice to the direction of the 4-H Apparel and Textiles program at the state level. More information
Goodwill Meets 4-H
This is a program that helps young people explore upcycling and thrifting as well as provides the opportunity to win a Teen Conference Scholarship. Youth who participate receive a $20 Goodwill voucher, for the purpose of collecting materials from their local goodwill store and transforming them into something current and fashionable. This program usually occurs in the spring
Kentucky 4-H Babysitting
The Kentucky 4-H Babysitting curriculum is a comprehensive approach to babysitting responsibilities, child development, developmentally appropriate play and guidance, safety and health practices and business management. Youth in grades 6-12 can complete to course and receive a certificate. This program is usually offered in the early summer.