Eastern Region FCE



Welcome to TAFCE, Tennessee Association for Family and Community Education Clubs.

THE MISSION OF TAFCE is to strengthen the home and community by improving the quality of life of individuals and families through continuing education, leadership development, and community service.

Under the guidance of the NAFCE (National Association for Family and Community Education), local FCE clubs throughout the state of Tennessee are divided into three regions: western, central and eastern. Educational materials are created and utilized to strengthen knowledge and expertise. Resources are provided to develop leadership skills, enabling people to make a difference. Ultimately, FCE strives to make our homes and communities a better place in which to live!

For more information about Family and Consumer Education in your county, visit our County Offices page to find your local UT Extension Office.

Upcoming Events and Due Dates

March 1 Spring FCL applications due to Sharon Clapp
March 2 Read Across America
April 1Environmental Reports due to Region Action Chair

April 15
4-H Scholarship application due to Carolyn Thomas
April 20-21FCL Class Training

Imagination Library Month
May 15Day of the Family

May 24-26
FCE Spring Conference
June 1CVU Forms due to Sharon Clapp

Eastern Region FCE Officers

Cindy Mishtal

McMinn County
President Elect
VP Programs
VP Public Policy
Ella Parker
McMinn County
Darla Baird
Campbell County
Marti Agler Picture
Marti Agler
Sevier County
Action Chair
Barbara Mills
Meigs County

Cultural Arts Chair
Tammy Halliburton
Cumberland County
Jean Cross Picture
Education Chair
Jean Cross

Bradley County
Fashion Revue Chair
Sharon Clapp
Anderson County
Pat King Picture
Communication Chair
Pat King

Meigs County

Agent Advisors

Justin Thomas Profile Page
Justin Thomas
Ext Program Leader I, Eastern Region Office
Meagen Yvonne Brown Profile Page
Meagen Yvonne Brown
Extension Agent III, Meigs County
Kaysie Elizabeth Adkins Profile Page
Kaysie Elizabeth Adkins
Extension Agent I, Sevier County