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Family and Consumer Sciences Education: Wayne County FCE Clubs

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   There are five FCE Clubs meeting monthly throughout Wayne County. Programs in Family and Community Education (FCE) clubs include Food and Nutrition, Clothing, Home Management, Interior Design and Crafts, Health and Safety, Family Life, and Yard and Garden work. The main goal of our clubs is to improve the quality of life for the club members, families, and communities as a whole. We would like to invite you to be in one of our clubs.

   Wayne County FCE Club membership is open to all individuals. UT-TSU Extension offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Here is a list of our Wayne County clubs and their meeting dates.

   If you are interested in attending or becoming a member of one of these clubs in your area, please call the Extension Office at 722-3229.


First Monday-Waynesboro*, Second Tuesday-Hurricane Creek*, Third Monday-Crossroads, Third Thursday-Indian Creek, Fourth Tuesday-Clifton*.                   

*Denotes night meetings.

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