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Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers

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Publications

Publication Number: M2397
Publication Number: IS1407
Publication Number: IS1406
Publication Number: M0011

Success Stories

Two older women wearing blue MHV t-shirts sitting at a table overspread with papers.
Leadership, Community, Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers
Volume 8 Number 2

Lillian Clark Edney and Bonita Davenport Reed have been teammates since they were teachers in the Natchez-Adams School District.

An older woman smiles while holding a quilt.
Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers
Volume 8 Number 1

Making a Difference

MHV group addresses community needs, provides fellowship

The Mississippi Homemaker Volunteer club that Glyndel Wood organized in 1982 in Itawamba County is still an avenue of community service and fellowship for members.

 

2 women hold up quilts.
Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers
Volume 2 Number 2

Group finds enrichment in sharing and learning skills and serving the community

What started as a few ladies meeting together to socialize and learn new skills and refresh familiar ones grew into a new Mississippi Homemaker Volunteer club.

An elderly woman holds a scrapbook page while sitting behind a table full of several more pages.
Community, Leadership, Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers
Volume 6 Number 1

Back in 1991 when she retired, Prentiss County resident Sue K. Honeycutt had figured out that connecting with people in the community leads to great outcomes, both for the giver and the receiver.

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