Family 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, if you are interested in participating in any of our volunteer organizations or study groups.
Lessons for 2014: 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 date of lesson (except for District VII Annual meeting which is held off campus.)
March 26 "Spices"
April 24 District VII Annual Meeting (The Saddle Restaurant) "The Genius of Ameria"
May 28 "Bee a Member"
October 22 "Growing Greens in Pots"
November 19 "Root Vegetables"
2013 Oregon FCE State Conference, October 7-9, Medford, Oregon (click here for flyer)
2013 National FCE Conference, July 18-21, Fargo, ND visit www.nafce.org for more information.
FCE Newsletters - click below for the lastest Oregon FCE News
National FCE Newsletters - click below for the latest National FCE News
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.