Indiana Extension Homemakers Association, founded in 1913, continues to build on its rich heritage by working to strengthen Indiana homes and families. Membership is open to all regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin.
It is the mission of the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association to strengthen families through continuing education, leadership development and volunteer community support.
Check out this article for all the information you need for the 2016 Monroe County Fair! You will find the schedule of events for open class and 4-H projects as well as any rule books you will need.
The 4-H General Information page is a great resource for our 4-H members and their families! Learn more about Monroe County 4-H Program.
The 2016 Bloomington Walking Program is underway! Join us every Thursday from April 7th through October 27th. This informal group will meet at Olcott Shelter Park at 6:00 pm. Come join us and bring a friend!
Purdue Extension is now offering this research based curriculum to families across the state of Indiana. This program is available in two formats; online or in person. This program helps parents and caregivers develop plans for respectful, responsive, and responsible co-parenting. The program is designed for separating, divorcing, or non-married parents.
WE Need your input! The community partners of Area 10 Agency on Aging, IU Community Health, and the Purdue Extension Offices of Clay, Owen, and Monroe are working together to gather input and feedback on the needs of caregivers in our communities. We would greatly appreciate the feedback via the online survey link or a hard copy if requested.
Mini 4-H is a fun and educational program designed to help build self-esteem by providing youth in Kindergarten through grade 2 the opportunity to learn and be recognized through non-competitive experiental learning. It also helps develop an interest in continuing into the traditional 4-H Program.