The Randolph County Extension Homemakers Association received a state award at the recent State Council Meeting of the N.C. Extension Homemakers Association in Asheville.
The association was recognized as a state winner in the Family Life programming. Marie Westfield of Asheboro, who chaired the programming, was a special guest for the meeting.Two other local extension homemakers received special recognition. Doris Davis of Asheboro and Debbie Coble of Liberty both received pins in the Golden Key Awards program at the Northern Piedmont District luncheon. The program honors members who work to increase membership using guidelines and a point system set up by the association.
Some 13 members of the Randolph County Extension Homemakers Association attended the two-day State Council Meeting. The delegates were among more than 500 club women participating in the meeting held at the historic Grove Park Inn. They represented more than 1,900 members statewide.
Voting delegates from Randolph County were Lib Thompson, state corresponding secretary, and Margaret Daniel, county council president.
The theme of this year's event was ``To See Nature and Do Her Honor.' Speakers, decorations and gifts from the host Western District were in keeping with the theme.