Dodge County Association for Home and Community Education (Dodge County HCE) invites the public to attend their upcoming Learning Session: Get Up-To-Date with Technology on Wednesday, May 23, starting at 6:30 p.m., at the Dodge County Administration Building Auditorium, 127 East Oak Street in Juneau.
I-phone, I-pad, laptop or computer … Bring them along, as resource people will be available to help with your concerns and end your frustrations. This learning session is designed for novice and beginner level support.
Please register for this event by calling the UW-Extension office at: 920-386-3790.
HCE Membership is open to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, ethnic background or economic circumstances. Membership may be as a club or individual. Member benefits include the county newsletter, educational lessons and county activities, including a cultural arts contest, silent auction, reading at county schools through the Wisconsin Bookworms project, Intra- or Inter-National Study programs, Achievement Night and a Christmas Party. Dodge County HCE is also involved in many community service projects.
Pattie Carroll, Dodge County UWEX Family Living Educator, advises Dodge County HCE. Working to strengthen the families of Dodge County through building strong communities is a priority for Pattie. Her primary program areas include childcare professional development, parent education, family financial education, and coalition capacity building.