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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
Homemakers welcome new members

PAINTSVILLE — The Johnson County Homemakers Council voted to give a year’s guest membership to any woman who has come to Johnson County from another country as a gesture of welcome and friendship and to help her get acquainted in her new neighborhood.

The council — composed of the county officers, county committee, chairmen and the presidents of each club, with Cooperative Extension agent Brenda Cockerham as an advisor — met at the extension office in the Johnson County Courthouse on Oct. 16, with the county president, Susie Wright, presiding.

In other business, the council decided to have the tasting party for the Pride of Kentucky, Kentucky extension agents’ new cookbook, on Oct. 24 at the Paintsville Recreation Center. Cookbooks may be purchased at the extension office for $25 each.

Also discussed were Holiday Happenings — an arts, crafts and foods show sponsored by the Johnson County Homemakers clubs and the Ramada Inn on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 — and the Oil Springs Fall Carnival, held Oct. 24.

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