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Shelby County Extension Homemakers will be marking a special event this Thursday – 75 years of continuous activity in the county.
The first clubs were established in 1938, but as early at 1912 their foundations began to be put in place, with various contacts and activities involving local farmwomen being arranged through the University of Kentucky College of Education. The passing of the Smith-Lever Act in 1914 saw the scope of Home Economics Extension increase rapidly, and the number of specialists, supervisors and agents increased as funds became available.
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