The recently re-organized Grassland Family and Community Education (fce) Club will be meeting on Wednesday morning, January 18 at 10 a.m. at the Bethlehem United Methodist Church. The church is located at 2419 Bethlehem Loop, Franklin, in the heart of the Grassland community. The monthly meeting time will usually be the third Wednesday of every month at 10 a.m.
The January program will be about Human Trafficking Awareness and will be presented by Williamson County Council fce officers, Glenda Palmer and Mary Alice Weber, who are also National Certified Leaders in Family Community Leadership. January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month so this is a very timely topic.
Members of the Grassland community are invited to attend to learn more about Human Trafficking in our community, nation, and world; as well as learn more about what Family and Community Education (fce) can offer you, your family, and your community. All are welcome—you are encouraged to come with a friend or neighbor.
Family and Community Education (fce) is an organization of volunteers who work together to build strong families and communities. Educational materials are created and utilized to strengthen knowledge and skills. Resources are provided to develop leadership skills, enabling people to make a difference. Fce strives to make our communities a better place in which to live.
For more information, contact Patsy Watkins, MPH, CFCS, Williamson County Extension Agent at 615.790.5721 or firstname.lastname@example.org.