BANGOR – Three members of the Franklin County University of Maine Cooperative Extension Homemakers, with their adviser, headed for the State Extension Homemaker Convention in Bangor April 30 through May 1. The Maine Extension Homemakers Council holds a spring meeting each year.

All state Homemaker members were invited for entertainment, tours, educational workshops and a business meeting. This year the Homemakers toured the Cole Museum and were entertained by a local steel band. Workshops on emergency preparedness, the Netherlands and elder care were offered.

Megan Farmer, nutrition education professional, Faith Lowell and Lucile Schanz from the Red Schoolhouse group, and April Grant from the Salem group joined other members from Franklin County and several hundred from across the state.


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