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FCEC seeks members for new year
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Warren County Family and Community Education Clubs seek your participation in 2022 as members learn, serve, and accomplish various activities.

The 2022 theme is Touring Tennessee with FCE. Take this opportunity to enjoy beautiful scenery, history, industry, and events that make Tennessee special through FCE clubs, events, and activities. 

As a member of FCE, you can expect to be educated about special projects, nutrition and wellness, environment, family life, family economics, and global awareness. You will experience the fellowship of like-minded individuals. You can expect to participate in community service projects on the local, county and regional level. Membership may include contests, educational programs, activities, and numerous other group meetings.

Warren County FCE clubs meet monthly at various locations throughout the county. Family and Community Education Clubs are open to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion or veteran status. 

Clubs may meet in member’s homes, community centers, the county administrative building or other central locations. The active clubs and meeting times are as follows:

• Bonner, first Tuesday, 10 a.m. at club members homes or extension office

• Hickory Creek, first Thursday, 10 a.m. at Community Building

• Lucky Homemakers, second Thursday, 10 a.m. at Community Building

• Midway , first Wednesday, 10 a.m. at Midway CIC

• Vinson’s Crossroads, third Tuesday, 11 a.m. at Community Building


To find the club nearest you, please contact Warren County Extension at (931) 473-8484 or contact Hilda Lytle via email at hlytle@utk.edu. Upcoming events and activities may also be listed on the website warren.tennessee.edu and/or Facebook page at UT TSU Extension Warren County.

Some of the FCE service projects include: books and supplies for School Children, canned food drive, volunteer assistance at the Red Cross Bloodmobile, and supporting entities such as the ‘Meals on Wheels’, ‘Habitat for Humanity’, Fisher House, and the Child Advocacy Center. The Council also provides an educational scholarship for a graduating senior annually. Membership in FCE clubs gives the individual opportunities for participation in a reading program, leader training activities, working at the fair, “Gold Star” status, and the chance to help your club become a “Master Club.” Some activities may be conducted online in 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The more you put into club membership, the more you will get out of it.