Family & Consumer Sciences
Family & Consumer Sciences
FCS Extension programs aim to improve the quality of individual and family life through education, research, and outreach.
Fleming County - FCS Extension Programs and Homemaker Clubs
Baby Quilt Making Day
Come join us...
THURSDAY - NOVEMBER 30TH
9am - 4pm
Fleming County Homemakers are holding “Baby Quilt Making Days” for all volunteers and the general public is welcome to learn how to make a baby quilt, even if it's your first time!
Fleming County Extension Homemaker’s projects bring so much comfort to those in need and this time the project benefits the young children in Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center — Lexington.
Sewing machines will be available or bring your own machine. No sewing talent is necessary to volunteer on this project, you can tack the layers together as the quilts are completed, sandwiching fabric/batting layers, etc.
This activity is part of the nationwide project called Project Linus. Homemaker members put time and funds into this project in hopes to help ease the pain of these young children. This is one way the Fleming County Extension Homemakers give back to their community and accumulate their many Community Services Project Hours throughout the year. Homemakers piece together quilts throughout the year. It is a rewarding and fun service opportunity, letting the Homemakers use their many talents to help those who might be suffering.
The public is always invited to join in the day, quilting and having a great time doing it.
For more information, please call the Extension Office at 606-845-4641. Donations of fabric are always welcome.
Fleming County Extension Homemaker’s projects bring so much comfort to those in need.
Donations went to Fleming County Sheriff's Office - July 26th, 2023
This time the project benefits the young children
in Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center — Lexington
June 23rd, 2023
NOVEMBER 16th @ 6:00pm - FCEO
Cooking through the Calendar
Open to the Public and always remember to
call to reserve your spot - (606) 845-4641
at either location today.
November 21st * 11am - 12pm
Hillsboro Christian Church Fellowship Hall
November 20th * 12pm - 1pm
Fleming County Extension Office
we are celebrating in a big way with our two remaining recipes:
"Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes"
and featuring a taste test of DECEMBER's recipe "Loaded Beef Stroganoff"
Try tasty Nutrition Education Program Calendar recipes
and discover strategies to eat healthier and cook at home!
This is a great way to bring people together at our Extension office.
Come join us, you will meet other people in your community
with varying interests and tastes.
The Fleming County Family and Consumer Sciences program’s Katie Fryman, FCS Extension Agent, will host nutritional education program, called “Cooking through the Calendar” to help improve your life.
All “Cooking through the Calendar” monthly events feature a recipes from the 2023 Food And Nutrition RECIPE CALENDAR.
KEHA State Homemakers Meeting
May 9th-11, 2023 @ Louisville
Neighborhood Kids Club
Our Third Meeting: November 13th at 6:00pm @ FCEO
"Making Homemade Biscuits"
NEIGHBORHOOD KIDS HOMEMAKERS CLUB
ALWAYS ACCEPTS NEW FLEMING COUNTY MEMBERS
“Get your future keys to life’s lessons” by joining Neighborhood Kids Homemakers Club now. We are so active. This club is open to anyone with interests in: Basic How-Tos for Life; Learning New Skills; Likes to Have Some FUN; and Enjoys Being in a Club. The Club Extension Leader is Violet Barbee who will be present at the Club meetings. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at the Fleming County Extension Office. Parent(s)/guardian(s) are encouraged to attend the meetings.
Our second meeting will be held on Monday, October 9th at 6:00 p.m. Club meeting topics are varied and interesting. This meeting will be exciting!!
Members must be presently in 4th through 12th grade in Fleming County. Remember to bring $10.00 (cash or check) for your Extension Homemakers Club membership fee. Invite your friends along with you!
For more information on how to become a member of the Neighborhood Kids Homemakers Club member, please contact Katie Fryman, Fleming County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences at Fleming County Extension Office at 845-4641 or email email@example.com
Treasures of the Heart
November 27th @ 6:00pm - FCEO
Next meeting is unsure right now.
Yam Club Project - Donna Fryman Memorial Charity - Hats for the Cancer Care Club
Donna Fryman was the Fleming County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science for more than 30 years, and devoted much of her evenings and weekends volunteering throughout the community. Sadly, Donna lost her battle with cancer on February 22nd, 2023. She was an inspiration to so many people, and she will be greatly missed!
The Fleming County Yam Club invites the community to join them in knitting and crocheting hats for the Cancer Care Club of Flemingsburg in memory of Donna. KnotsofLove.org has lots of free hat patterns and a list of soft yams for making hats for cancer patients. Hats may be turned in at the Fleming County Extension Office through April 4th, 2023.
For more ways to learn traditional skills, contact the Fleming County office of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service by calling (606) 845-4641. You can also visit our website at http://fleming.ca.uky.edu/content/family-consumer-sciences or contact Katie Fryman, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent at the Fleming County Cooperative Extension Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with Katie on her Facebook page
Fleming County has a variety of Homemaker Clubs that welcome anyone wanting to join. There are monthly lessons provided by the University of Kentucky on varying topics voted on by club members. If you are interested in joining a club or start your own club, please contact Katie Fryman at the Extension Office for more details.
FLEMING COUNTY FAIR 2023
Address: 606 Sales and Events, LLC,
5194 Ewing Rd Ewing KY 41039
Facebook page: Ewing/Fleming Co. Fair
2023 Floral Hall entries
Entry Day: July 5th, 2023
Viewing to the Public:
July 5th (AFTER 5:30PM)
July 8th, 2023 (PICK UP 9AM-12PM)
What is Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS)?
FCS stands for Family and Consumer Sciences Extension. FCS programming focus on building assets of individuals and families to address problems faced across the lifespan. Family and Consumer Sciences Extension emphasizes well-being with a focus on human development, parenting, resource management, nutrition, health and leadership development.
At the community level, FCS Extension prepares individuals for community and economic development and activity. Professionals in Family and Consumer Sciences Extension provide the tools to help individuals and families to develop resources for strengthening families and building community for an ever changing society.
WELCOME KATIE FRYMAN
NEW FLEMING COUNTY FCS EXTENSION AGENT
January 5, 2023
The Fleming County Cooperative Extension Service is pleased and excited to announce that we have a new Family and Consumer Sciences agent.
Katie is a native of Rowan County and grew up in the Clearfield area on East Clack Mountain. She is the daughter of Greg and Kerry Bowman. She attended Bath County schools K-12 due to her mother working in the Bath County school system as a teacher. During Katie’s high school years, she was a part of their softball program and she received the Bath County Homemakers scholarship.
Upon graduation from BCHS, she received her bachelor’s degree from Morehead State University in Health Promotion. Throughout college, Katie was an active Chi Omega and served as Career and Personal Development chair and Vice President of Eta Sigma Gamma, a professional organization for Health Promotion. She also worked at The Citizens Bank- Kroger Branch for 4 years as a teller during her time as a college student. During her last semester of college, Katie worked as an intern for St. Claire’s Clinical Nutrition department. Her passion for nutrition flourished even more so after this internship.
Katie and her husband, Bryce Fryman, currently reside in Morehead with their fur babies, Drake and Honey. Her husband Bryce works as a Civil Engineer in Fleming County for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. They are both excited to be working within the Fleming County community!