homecraft

homecraft

(ˈhəʊmˌkrɑːft)
n
skills used in the home
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Schedule Four of the Constitution provides for functions of county governments to include key areas such as agriculture, healthcare, pre-primary education, village polytechnics, homecraft centres and childcare facilities, county transport, trade, planning and public works.
class="MsoNormal'TAXING MEMBERS' The church participates in nation-building and operates several projects such as community centres, rural development projects, centres for weaving, homecraft, secretarial training for girls, HIV/AIDS control programmes, relief efforts and refugees," says information on its website.
Desks were overturned, items of equipment in the art and homecraft department destroyed, and papers strewn everywhere.
He topics include white women and the domestic sphere: housewifery in the Rhodesian contest, white women and wage employment, white women's organization and settler society 1920s-1970s, and white women and the Homecraft Movement.
It will also feature the traditional country show livestock and homecraft competitions.
It will also feature the traditional country show livestock and homecraft competitions - with more than 600 entries in the homecraft marquee and nearly 300 entries in the cattle and sheep section.
Other businesses that signed leases at BNY in 2017 include Surfboard and clothing manufacturer, Pilgrim Surf (4,010 s/f); Custom furniture designer and fabricator, Urban Homecraft (6,635 s/f); Personalized daily vitamin package creator, Care/ Of (8,289 s/f) and; Developer of energy storage and battery solutions, Kilowatt Labs (8,289 s/f).
The title of the column curiously resembles radio programmes broadcast during the war offering advice on shortages such as For the Houskeeper (1942) and books such as Homecraft Book (1944).
The event sees all kinds of thrills and spills on show in the main show ring as well as bringing all of the traditional animal, horticulture and homecraft classes for judging.
Competitors in the Horticulture and Homecraft Sections were up compared to last year, and the Fur and Feather Section was also very well supported.
Prier, the owner of Suburban Homecraft, teaches a variety of classes ranging from Introduction to Beekeeping to Canning Basics.
Publications such as Women and Things, 1750-1950: Gendered Material Strategies, and Richard Sennett's The Craftsman aim to understand "the overlooked and often despised categories of women's decorative arts and homecraft activities as sites of important cultural and social work," demonstrating that these activities are actually forms of knowledge production because "making is thinking." (6)