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CNEP Programs

 

Healthy Eating Tools for You and Your Family

CNEP provides nutrition education to limited-resource individuals and families within Oklahoma communities. Adair County offers these resources to both youth and adults. We offer multiple programs with research-based lessons involving hands-on learning experiences. 

 

 

FCS Financial and Planning Fact Sheets

 

Co-Parenting for Resilience

Co-Parenting for Resilience classes from OSU Extension help the children of divorcingCo-Parenting Logo parents overcome the effects of divorce more quickly and is approved by the Oklahoma court system. No matter how agreeable and cooperative some parents may be, divorce is an emotionally charged process that often has unintended consequences. Research suggests that a three to four hour class can help parents learn what behaviors to avoid and other things they can do to help their children through this process.

 

 

Oklahoma Home and Community Education, Inc.

Oklahoma Home and Community Education, Inc. is a program of continuing education in all aspects of home and community life. The organization’s ultimate mission is to educate its members to be well-informed and able to handle change in their homes and communities. Through its relationship with the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, OHCE presents research-based information to its members.

 

Monthly educational lessons, leadership development and community service projects provide OHCE members an opportunity to apply this research based information in their homes and communities.

 

Monthly Educational Lessons

Monthly educational lessons, leadership development and community service projects provide OHCE members an opportunity to apply this research based information in their homes and communities.

 

The Cooperative Extension Service

The Cooperative Extension Service is based at Oklahoma State University with offices and Extension Educators serving each county. OHCE  is a statewide and  county based organization. County Extension Educators, Family and Consumer Sciences serve as advisors to county OHCE organizations. District and State Cooperative Extension Specialists and supervisors work with County Extension Educators and the OHCE program. Working in a cooperative effort, OHCE members and Extension Educators identify local issues facing families. These issues become the basis for OHCE educational programming and efforts are made to help families solve these problems.

 

OHCE is in a unique position to help individual members and their families and communities develop a higher level of living through education. No other organization is better poised to develop community leaders and informed citizens through research based educational programs.

 

Adair County Oklahoma Home Community Education Clubs

Annual Membership dues-$12.50


Country Acres Club

  • Marilyn Vaughan, President
  • Rozena Weaver, Vice President
  • Clair Ann Bynum, Secretary
  • Vivian Meridith, Treasurer


Stoney Point Club

  • Wanda Eubanks, President
  • Louise Carson, Vice President
  • Martha Gore, Secretary
  • Susie Ogden, Treasurer


Zion Club

  • Donna Boecher, President
  • Karen George, Linna Catron Vice President
  • Carolyn Denny, Secretary
  • Kathrine Rackliff, Treasurer
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