Commission honors Georgia homemakers members

June 2004
Southeast Farm Press;6/16/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p15
Trade Publication
The Georgia Homemakers Councils's (GHC) 79th Annual Stare Conference banquet was held in Macon on April 23, 2004. Executive Karen Nikitopoulos presented the prizes for the "Cotton Creations," competition, which the Georgia Cotton Commission has sponsored annually for more than 20 years. Highlights of the conference are the Cotton Citations, Photography and Crafts competitions. In order to qualify for "Cotton Creations," the project materials used must contain a minimum of 50 percent cotton. The mission of the GHC is to strengthen individuals and the family through leadership development, community service and continuing education.


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