Spring into fun and celebrate UT Extension month at our Easter Craft Day on March 29, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Tracy City at the UT Resource Center, hosted by Family and Community Education Clubs. During our craft day, we will create a beautiful decorative bunny wreath and enjoy a meal together.
In addition, we will have the opportunity to learn more about Extension. What is FCE or Tennessee Association for Family and Community Education? The Tennessee Association for Family and Community Education (TAFCE) is an organization of volunteers who work together to build strong families and communities. Local FCE clubs throughout the state of Tennessee are divided into three regions: western, central, and eastern. Educational materials are created and utilized to strengthen knowledge and expertise. Resources are provided to develop leadership skills, enabling people to make a difference. Ultimately, FCE strives to make our homes and communities a better place in which to live!
TAFCE Mission: To strengthen the home and community by improving the quality of life of individuals and families through continuing education, leadership development, and community service.
Members are encouraged To Learn, To Lead, To Serve, and To Have Fun. During hands-on workshops and monthly meetings, educational programs are presented. Topics are varied and relate to current issues, changes in technology, health, safety, nutrition, family economics, and more. Members have the opportunity to lead by serving as officers or on committees. Family and Community Leadership (FCL) training is offered to prepare members to contribute to public policy and decision-making. Each year FCE offers projects designed to make a difference in the lives of families in the local or broader communities in which we live. FCE members have the opportunity to share and serve, working closely with other local organizations. Fun, laughter, and friendship abound at every FCE gathering. Meetings, work sessions, camp or retreat, trips, conferences…all are occasions for fellowship and exploration of new places, activities, and new ideas!
So, hop into fun and join them on March 29 for an exciting day to create, fellowship, and have fun! There is a $25 fee for the class. RSVP to UT Extension Grundy County at 931-592-3971 or if you have any questions about craft day, please contact Jennifer Banks.
UT Extension offers programs in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and resource development, with University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and county governments cooperating. UT Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.
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