FCE Council announces its new officers for 2014
Jan 22, 2014 | 454 views | 0 0 comments | 36 36 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Newly elected Bradley County Family and Community Education Club Council officers for 2014 are announced by Kaye Smith, UT Extension-Bradley County agent.

The new offices are Mary Bagley, president, Taylors FCE club; Doreen Johnson, secretary, Taylors; and Pat Michaels, vice president, Creekwood. Sherry Casteel, a member of Flint Springs FCE Club, will serve as treasurer.

Club presidents include Pat Michaels, Creekwood; Margaret Ann Randolph, Inquirers; Sherry Casteel, Flint Springs; Phyllis Narus, Prospectors; and Oleta Ownby, Taylors.

The clubs meet monthly and work on a variety of Community Service projects which include Books for Newborns literacy project, Labels for Education, food baskets for the needy, projects for young children, items for The Caring Place, and sponsorship of 4-H projects.

Members also volunteer and perform a number of community service projects and receive annual Certified Volunteer Units recognition when they have completed 500 hours of service. Members also participate in the Reading Program, Cultural Arts Competition, Fashion Revue and many other programs.

Since the early 1900s the FCE Clubs (formerly Home Demonstration Clubs) have been associated with the University of Tennessee Extension service.

Call Smith at 728-7001 for information about the Bradley County FCE clubs programs and membership. The office is at 95 Church St. S.E., Cleveland.

The FCE Clubs offer programs to all individuals regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, religion or veteran status.