Sue Martin, Knitting Together club, demonstrates how to make delicious fudge from a cake mix. Photo Provided.
Sue Martin, Knitting Together club, demonstrates how to make delicious fudge from a cake mix. Photo Provided.
The Kosciusko County Extension Homemakers held their annual holiday program Thursday at the Home and Family Arts Building, Kosciusko County Fairgrounds.  

Forty Extension Homemakers and guests attended the day long workshop filled with demonstrations and crafts.  The morning session focused on entertaining and decorating ideas with presentations by Judy Egolf, Atwood Home Study club; and Beverly Earnhart and Sue Martin, Knitting Together club, according to a provided news release.

The afternoon session was filled with make-it-and-take-it holiday crafts.  Craft instructors were Janice Bolin, Rural Neighbors; Sue Martin, Knitting Together; and Marvene Johnson, Merry Tones. Those attending went home with completed crafts they had made such as wreaths, painted snowmen, felt and cork ornaments, door decorations, recipes and more.  

Snacks and lunch were provided by Tippecanoe Township and Better Homes Extension Homemaker clubs.  Planning this year’s program was Sue Martin, county president, and Marvene Johnson, president elect.

The Kosciusko County Extension Homemakers program is open to anyone interested in education, leadership development, and volunteer community support and is affiliated with Purdue Extension Service. To learn more about the Kosciusko County Extension Homemaker program, contact the Kosciusko County Extension office at 574-372-2340.