Sevier County Family Community Education (FCE) members were recognized at the East Tennessee Regional FCE Conference. Attending the conference in Knoxville were Seymour Members (pictured left to right) Glenda Huff, Judy McQueen and Alice Dickenson.
The conference included a cultural arts competition, with members entering hand-made items from their county. These items were judged, with winners selected to represent East Tennessee at the state level. Glenda Huff placed second in the region with her machine-quilted quilt featuring pictures of her granddaughter. Judy Pat Williams placed first with her machine-pieced and professionally quilted quilt featuring red schoolhouses. Both quilts will represent Sevier County at the FCE State Conference in Murfreesboro, with members Judy McQueen and Glenda Huff attending.
Mickey Huskey, a Midway FCE Club member, was also recognized at the East Tennessee Conference as “Best of the Best” of Sevier County for her involvement with her club and community.
The University of Tennessee offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Family Community Education Clubs offer a great opportunity for fun, fellowship, community service and leadership opportunities
For more information about Family Community Education, contact Linda Hyder, UT Extension or go to www.tafce.org.