Family and Community Education (FCE)
One of the many ways Oregonians receive information from the OSU Extension Service is through Extension study groups which are open to all interested people. The Oregon Association for Family and Community Education is an organization of people who participate in study groups.
The FCE program offers educational opportunities to help individuals and families manage their resources to meet needs for food, clothing, finance, shelter, parenting, and human relationships.
Please contact the Extension office at (541) 278-5403, or via email, for more information.
Family and Community Education Lessons: All lessons (unless marked otherwise) are developed by FCE Volunteers. Lessons are held at the OSU Umatilla County Extension Service, Umatilla Hall, BMCC Pendleton Campus, Room 100, starting at 10:00 am on the date of the lesson.
Lessons for 2014:
November 19 "Root Vegetables"
Lessons for 2015:
January 28 "Basics of Soup"
February 25 "Parlimentary Procedures"
March 25 "Save the Bees"
April 22 "Canada"
May 27 "Sugar"
September 23 "How to Feed a Family on a Budget"
October 28 "Hearth Fire"
November 18 Open Meeting
2015 Oregon FCE State Conference, October 5-7, Wilsonville, Oregon
2015 National FCE Conference, July 23-27, Blue Springs, MO
OSU Extension Service brings nutrition education to limited resource Oregonians through the Oregon Family Nutrition Program (OFNP). OFNP offers programs both on the reservation and throughout Umatilla County. Please contact Jenny Chavez at (541) 922-3321 x2250, for information about classes in your community.