Presentation by Dr. Deborah John
Organized to strengthen individuals and families through leadership development and community service, the Clackamas County Chapter has about 100 members who continue their adult education by studying a variety of topics at their monthly meetings and volunteering in their communities.
2012 lessons given by OSU will inlcude:
Intergenerational Communication - identify defining events for each generation and how this forms how we think, work and communicate.
The Efficient Cook - have you caught yourself spending hours watching others cook? Get inspired and inspire others to return to the joy of cooking (and how to save money and time in the kitchen!)
The Best of Beans - New ways to incorporate this old, economical, nutritious friend into interesting dishes.
These classes are made especially for Oregon Family and Community Education. Call our office to find out how to join your neighborhood chapter! (503) 655-8631.
Once known as Extension Homemakers, read the history of this program's early years, how it grew during World War I, and how it flourished during the Great Depression, and continues today.