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Member Resources

  • I'd like to get involved! How do I become a member? 
    • Contact your county extension office to find a club near you. County Extension Offices
    • Fill out the online request form below or call state AEHC office 501-671-2033 for additional information.










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    For more information about EH meetings, EH Club membership, or program benefits, contact your county Extension office.  The Extension Service is part of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture.

    Membership in these clubs and their program benefits are available to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (large print, audiotapes, etc.) should notify the county Extension office (or other appropriate office) as soon as possible prior to the activity.

Creed, Mission Statement, Code of Ethics, Secretary Record Book, Powerpoint template

Scholarships and Mini-Grants

  • AEHC Extension Homemakers Scholarships
    • AEHC Extension Homemakers Council Scholarship (Dr. Lynn Russell Memorial)

    FCS 751

    This is a $1000 scholarship awarded to a college junior majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences. Click above link for full criteria and application. Deadline for submitting to state Volunteer Coordinator is March 1.

    • Young Extension Homemakers Scholarship

    FCS 752

    The purpose of this $75 scholarship is to allow a young EH member to attend the AEHC State Meeting. Recipient must be under 40 years of age. Click above link for full criteria and application. Deadline for submitting to the state Volunteer Coordinator is May 15.

    • Educational Mini-grants

      Application Guidelines

      The mini-grant's primary focus must be used for educational purposes, i.e. county-wide mammogram screening. The amount is not to exceed $500 a year for a maximum of two consecutive years. Click above for guidelines. Deadline for submitting to the state Volunteer Coordinator is March 1.

Dates to Remember

State Officers and Committees

  • State Officers and Committees
    • Officers and Committee Chairs

      Current officers and chairs.

      List of current officers and committee chairs with tenure.

    • Executive Committee

      Elections held in even numbered years.

      List of current executive committee members with contact information

    • 2016.2018 Planning Committee

      Elections held in even-numbered years. 

      List of current planning committee members with contact information.

    • 2015.2017 Education Committee

      Elections held in off-numbered years. 

      Vice-president is chair. District directors and associate district directors serve on the committee.

    • Special Coordinators

      Members in this category include the EIN Representative, Membership Chair, Fundraisers guru which includes bingo and raffles and coordinator of the Ozark Mountain Folk Center tour each year.

    • Past Presidents

  • Nomination and Consent Forms

    Elections held in odd-numbered years.
    Return District Director Nomination Form, FCS 746, no later than May 15 to the State Volunteer Coordinator or the current District Director.

    Nominee must sign and have two recommendations.
    Return District Director consent of Nominee Form, FCS 747, no later than May 15 to the State Volunteer Coordinator or the current District Director

    Elections held in even-numbered years. 
    Return State Officer Nomination Form, FCS 744, no later than May 15 to the State Volunteer Coordinator or the Immediate Past President.

    Consent must be submitted by person being nominated 
    Nominee is to fill out FCS 745 and return to State Volunteer Coordinator or the Immediate Past President no later than May 15.

AEHC Forms

  • EHC Project Books
    • FCS 741

      Judging Score Sheet

      A panel of judges comes together in February each year to judge project books. Each book has three judges, none of whom are from the county of the submitted project book. This form outlines how scores are determined. Deadline for submitting project books to the state office is December 1.

    • FCS 742 

      EHC Project Designation Sheet

      Each project book needs to have a Project Designation sheet.

    • Instructions for Putting Together a Project Book

Major and Minor Educational Emphasis

  • Major Emphasis – Keys to Embracing Agingl
    • Keys to Embracing Aging – July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2017

      Selected at the AEHC Education Workshop in March, 2015, the 12 keys to healthy behavior practices will encourage optimal aging throughout the lifespan. This program is one of the new Acknowledging Aging programs provided by the Family and Consumer Science Department. A county may select four to six programs each year in these areas for monthly programs, i.e. 2014-2017. Training guides from the years 2005-2013 are also available. For a list, contact the FCS Volunteer Coordinator’s Office, mcurtis@uaex.edu
  • Minor Emphasis – Consumer Protection
    • Consumer Protection – July 1, 2015 – June 30,2017

    Consumer Protection, particularly Fraud was selected at the AEHC Education Workshop in March, 2015 as the minor focus. This program is one of the newer programs under Personal Finance provided by the Family and Consumer Science Department.  A county may select two to four programs each year in these areas for monthly programs, i.e. 2014-2017. Training guides from the years 2005-2013 are also available. For a list, contact the FCS Volunteer Coordinator’s Office, mcurtis@uaex.edu

 

 

Bylaws and Standing Rules

  • Bylaws

    AEHC bylaws form the policy of the state organization. Each council and club must write their own bylaws and submit a copy to the Volunteer Coordinator's office. A copy of all revised or updated bylaws must be submitted to the Volunteer Coordinator's office also.

  • Standing Rules

    Standing rules relate to the details of administration of AEHC.