Prairie Rose Homemakers

The Prairie Rose Homemakers Club was organized in March 1979.  They organized with 16 charter members. There are four charter members still active and a total current membership of 19.

Over the years the Prairie Rose Club has sponsored and participated in many community projects.  Their goal is to sponsor projects that beautify and enrich the community and add variety, depth, and knowledge to the lives of the members.

The club usually meets in members' homes the third Monday night nine months of the year, while taking a break during the hectic summer months.  A committee meets each August to set the agenda of lessons for the coming year, which runs September through May.  The lessons have ranged from crafts to gardening and from making fruit leather to touring points of interest in the area.

Community service projects sponsored over the years have included "Yard of the Week," Bike-a-thon, raising donation money for the Kedish House in Ellendale, and other worthy area projects, building floats for parades, pageants for the Centennial, and food bank donations.

Prairie Rose Homemaker Motto:
"Everybody is a somebody, because God didn't take time to create a nobody."