fce Montgomery County

  1. 2030A Cumberland Heights Road
  2. Clarksville TN 37040
  3. Tel: (931)648-5725
  4. Fax: ( 931)648-5725
  5. Email: mmpile@utk.edu
  1. Smith Trahern Mansion
  2. 1st & McClure Street
  3. Clarksville TN 37040
  4. Tel: (931)648-9998
  5. UT Extension of Montgomery County
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Monday Aug, 20, 2018-Smith Trahern Mansion 12:30-6:30 p.m. (with programs at 2:30 and again at 5:30
Hosted by Sango fce Club-Pat Woods President.

Stepping Back from Aug 20, 2018 to 1995; from today's 2020 Vision of Women's Vote, to the 75th Anniversary of Votes for Women, to the 30s & 40s with the Nashville Film Festival Award Winning Video of Mayor Charlie Crows Movies-Carlye Sommers and Kathy Lee Department of Communication at APSU, to the Fuss Cookie, to the identification of local suffrage.
Brenda Harper shares "We are far from completing biographical research on all the women we have identified as participants in local suffrage activities. Of the 39, we have recorded birth information on 14. In 1920, their ages range from 34-64 with an average age of 50. Emma Lupton, the most consistently active based on current research, was 46.."

Stepping Forward to the many activities and events for the future none of which is more exciting that the planning of the Tennessee Triumph Statue of a Women placing her ballet in the voting box. Many people will be bringing in recipes for the Commemorating our Celebration of 2020. Each recipe is accepted with a donation of the cost to double the recipe. All sales of the cookbook will go toward the statue.

"2020 Vision Committee" Created to Celebrate the 100th Year of Votes for Women wants every woman, man and child to know and participate in some way the Anniversary.
There will be a lot of hands own activities, history, displays and more.

Come visit and stay a while or the entire time. Invite a neighbor and share this information.

Join us on a trip to Nashville and Centennial Park Saturday Aug 25, at 11:00 a.m. for a look at what is being done in Tennessee that includes Clarksville's planned Tennessee Triumph Statue. Learn more on Monday about this trip.

Martha M. Pile
UT Extension Volunteer and
Retired Extension Agent
PR/Tourism Chairman Smith Trahern Mansion
2020 Vision Co-Chair to Celebrate Women's Vote

WR M-C Registration 2018
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NAFCE: "Empowered women build better lives through friendship, practical knowledge, leadership and advocacy. These qualities attract new members who join to become more caring and involved citizens. "2017 Membership Form".

WHAT IS FCE: fce is a grassroots organization who are concerned with issues before they become leading social issues. Welcome to our network of women and men who are taking a stand for families who are determined to change their communities for the better and who are enriching their own lives and who are empowering others to reach the same dreams. Read More

The Agricultural Extension Service offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, or veteran status and is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The Great Hall

Mt. Everest - This is how things go on the way to the summit!
This is amazing . . . it's almost like being there and there's a 360 degree view from the top!

Family and Community Educators of Montogmery County, Clarksville, TN
What is F.C.E. ?

It is a group of people which meet regularly to share friendship, fellowship, and learning to improve the quality of family life. They share common concerns making life better for themselfs and their families.
For Information about a club in your Area call:
Montgomery County Extension Office
1030A Cumberland Heights Road
Clarksville, TN 37040 Tel: (931) 648-5725

Most Family and Community Education meetings and training sessionsmeet in the Smith-Trahern Mansion. For more information about the mansion, or if you would like to volunteer to work in the mansion call: (931)648-9998

F.C.E. Creed

As Family and Community Educators of the United States we will strive to promote a better way of life for all through fellowship, continuing education and service; to provide guidance in our homes and communities for the uniting of people to make the world a better place in
which to live.
May we have pride in our roles as peacemakers and may our hearts be filled with joy as we serve. Let us always be concious of the needs of others and be strenghtened

by the "Divine Light" that guides us all.
Mrs. Jean Beard Kestner Tallahassee, FL
Family and Community Education is in Partnership with the
University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service.

Work is done with Family and Community Educators, Child Care Providers Entrepeneurs and the Smith/Trahern Life Skills Center. We seek researched solutions and deliberate understanding for community issues. Montgomery/County is an active part of a District, State, and National Association Country Woman of the World

The Agricultural Extension Service offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, or veteran status and is an Equal Opportunity Employer