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Improving the quality of life for families and communities through leadership development, volunteer service, and education. KEHA Mission
2013-2014 Theme Stitched Together for Success Describes connections across the organization Conveys message of accomplishment Potential uses: County and area annual meeting theme Training and programmatic theme Promotional and membership activities
“Remember” First year emphasis from KEHA President Susan Hansford Goal: KEHA members will consider the history of the organization and how it impacts our future. Potential activities: Develop or update club history and county organization history Create a historical timeline for your club and county Recognize outstanding members from the past Recognize outstanding FCS Extension agents 2013-2014 Focus
Let’s Boost Our EGO! Challenge: Everyone Get One – each member is challenged to recruit a new member. Goal: Increase membership with the potential to double our numbers. Contest: County with greatest percentage increase will receive $100 and Ms. E. Go ‘traveling trophy’. Membership Contest
Share Your Knowledge Teach: Submit a proposal to present a learning session Showcase: Share your work through a Homemaker Showcase display Take part: Register, attend and actively participate! Recruit: Bring a friend or recruit a speaker 2014 State Meeting
Implement a program of work for your club and county Include goals, lessons and projects from the eight state educational chairmen’s programs of work Connect club and county programs with the county FCS Extension plan of work Address needs of families in your communities, in the state and around the globe Clubs and Counties
Empower community leaders Provide leadership training opportunities for members Take an active role in the community Support Extension programs through volunteer service Inform local decision makers of the impacts and public value of KEHA and Cooperative Extension Clubs and Counties
July – KEHA program year begins July 1: Club program of work reports due to county July 1: VSU logs due to the county leadership chairman July 15 – 18: National Volunteer Outreach Network Annual Conference hosted by KEHA in Frankfort, Ky July 24-26: National Master Farm Homemakers Guild Meeting hosted by Kentucky Guild in Lexington, Ky Dates to Remember
August – Suggested time for leadership training August 15: County program of work reports due to the area educational chairmen August 15: County VSU reports due to the area leadership chairman September – Membership drive emphasized September 15: Area program of work reports due to area educational chairmen September 15: Area VSU reports due to state leadership chairman Dates to Remember
October – Begin program planning for 2014-2015 October 12-18: KEHA Week October 15: Deadline for submitting session proposals for the 2014 KEHA State Meeting November – Fall KEHA Board Meeting Dates to Remember
December – December 1: Membership dues due to county treasurer December 15: County dues due to area and state treasurer December 31: County membership report due to area December 31: County dues delinquent if not received by this date Dates to Remember
January – County/area program planning for 2014-2015 January 15: Membership database updates due via the online system February – International Month February 1: Membership recognition reports due to KEHA 2nd Vice President Dates to Remember
March – Promote KEHA State Meeting and State Board Position Openings March 1: Due date for: KEHA Contest Entries Scholarship and Mini-Grant Applications KEHA Development Grant Applications Area Showcase Forms for 2014 KEHA State Meeting Dates to Remember
April – Registration deadlines for KEHA State Meeting April 12: Due date for credentials for: 1st Vice President Treasurer Educational Chairmen: Environment, Housing and Energy Food, Nutrition and Health Leadership Development Dates to Remember
May – Attend KEHA State Meeting May 12-15: KEHA State Meeting Holiday Inn & Sloan Convention Center Bowling Green, Kentucky June – June 30: KEHA program year ends Dates to Remember
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