Home and Community Education (HCE) Information
Mission Statement for Wisconsin Association for Home and Community Education (HCE):
HCE offers opportunities for:
- Learning in a social setting
- Sharing what we learn
- Caring to make a differene in our homes, communities, and the world
Clark County HCE Officers:
President – Diana Schuette (715-223-2832)
Secretary – Joan Knack (715-255-9900)
Treasurer – Lois Becker (715-255-8307)
These are printed once a month and are mailed to HCE club members and members at large.
They can also be viewed on-line at: http://clark.uwex.edu/grapevine/
HCE Clubs and Presidents
Candlelight / Sharon Wetzel
Countree Gals / Kandi Podrovitz
Country Lane / Joanne Trunkel
Country Neighbors / Terra Newman
Hilltop / Cindy Craig
Live and Learn / Joan Knack
Lone Pine / Marie Kasier
Merry / Helen Horn
Owen Happy / Sandy Fritz
Town and Country / Velora Roehl
Up and Coming / Pat Miller
Who Are Clark County Association for Home & Community Education?
The Clark County Association for Home & Community Education (HCE) are individuals interested in education and community service. Currently we have approximately 200 people as club members and individual members (members at large).
What Are Association for Home & Community Education Clubs?
Groups of friends and neighbors who gather on a regular basis to:
- get the latest information on what’s new for their home and family
- learn how to do things they want or need to know
- meet with other members for facts, fellowship, and fun
- belong to a group which can voice an opinion when needed
- have an opportunity to go places and do things – tours, conferences, conventions, etc
What Kind of Programs Are Featured in the Clark County Association for Home & Community Education organization?
The membership studies and learns about topics in:
- Family, Health & Nutrition
- Housing, Energy & Environment
- International / Citizenship
They conduct community projects and provide educational scholarships.
What Are Individual Members or Members-at-Large?
Members-at-large want the benefits of the organization but cannot attend regular club meetings due to other committments (i.e. their work schedules may not coincide with local meeting times or there may not be a club in their area.)
Where and When do Clubs Meet?
Some clubs meet in members’ homes while others meet in a public meeting place. Clubs usually meet once a month (8-12 times a year) at a time of day or evening most convenient for club members.
How Can You Join?
You may join an existing club or organize a new club in your own neighborhood. New clubs can be organized with any number of interested people. For information on joining or forming a new club please contact Diana Schuette, Clark County HCE President, at 715-223-2832 .
Individual membership can also be arranged by sending payment of $10.00 (checks should be made payable to Clark County HCE) to Lois Becker, N8094 County Road, Loyal, WI 54446
For more information please contact:
Clark County Extension Office