The Kountze Extension Education Club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Kountze First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall at 6:00 p.m.
What Do TEEA Members Do?
Texas Extension Education Association (TEEA) clubs meet regularly for educational programs and community service. These activities strengthen our community by providing information that focuses on family, education and service. Come participate in monthly club meetings and enjoy fun and fellowship while we learn. In addition, to caring for any necessary business at monthly meetings, an educational program is presented by the Extension Agent, a trained leader, or guest speaker.
Topics include anything the group wants to learn about. Become trained leaders through workshops and educational opportunities offered at the county, state, and even the national level.
Club members also support 4-H; the youth development program of Extension. Club members may lead project groups or serve as judges for contests. Extension Education Clubs provide scholarships for 4-H members.
For more information you can contact the Hardin County Extension office at 409-246-5128.