Home and Community Education (HCE)

Sauk County has 12 clubs within the county whose goal is to provide education, develop and improve leaders, build coalitions with other organizations and agencies, and to promote friendship and understanding with all people of the world.  Sauk County Home and Community Education  (SCHCE) is open to anyone who is interested, regardless of race, creed, or national origin.  You can join a local club or support the organization as an individual member.  Annual dues are $10/person.  To join, please send in your 2020 Membership Form

Sauk County HCE Executive Board

The HCE Executive Board meets on the first Tuesday of each month.

President- Kathie Faivre  kathiefaivre@yahoo.com

President Elect- Vacant

Vice President- Jean Brew brewcenturyfarm@gmail.com

Secretary- Marilyn Sprecher msprecher4@gmail.com

Treasurer- Cheri Reinhart     crhim27@frontier.com


SCHCE Newsletters

January/February 2020
November/December 2019
August/September/October 2019
May/June/July 2019
March/April 2019
January/February 2019

News and Views is the SCHCE newsletter that is published five times per year.  Articles are due to the editor, Kitty Enerson, at kittyenerson@ymail.com by the 15th of each month.

SCHCE Clubs and Presidents

Communicators- (2nd Thursday) Sylvia Kriegl
Diamond Hill- (2nd Thursday) Angela Filip
Mirror Lake- (3rd Monday) Cheri Rhinehart
Pleasant Valley- (2nd Thursday) Sharon Terry

Elder Ridge- (3rd Monday) Lerna Mae Wiese
Prairie View- (3rd Tuesday) Janet Klipp
Reedsburg City ‘N’ County- (2nd Thursday) Linda Borleske
Wheelerburg- (3rd Monday) Connie Meyer

Sauk Prairie and Spring Green: 
Harrisburg- (3rd Monday) Ellen Ederer
Leland- (3rd Monday) Harolyn Petzke
Little Prairie (2nd Tuesday) Marilyn Sprecher
Witwen- (3rd Monday) Dawn Rasque

SCHCE Programs and Projects

Lynn’s Legacy provides bags of goodies for radiology and chemotherapy patients in Sauk County.

The gift bags include personal-care items such as lotions, sanitizers, lip balm, baby shampoo, and foot cream – products that are fragrance and alcohol-free. This makes them safe for patients who have weakened immune systems due to treatments. Knitted, crocheted, or sewn scarves or caps are included in the bags as well. If you or anyone dear to you is currently in treatment and has not received one of these bags, please contact Shirley Vorndran, Lynn’s Legacy Chairperson, at 608-522-4916 or Extension Sauk County at  608-355-3250.

Wisconsin Bookworms is a state-wide collaboration and outreach effort of the Wisconsin Association for Home and Community Education (WAHCE), UW-Extension Family Living Program, and Wisconsin Public Television.  It is designed to provide free books and an early reading experience for children from limited income families.  In Sauk County, each month volunteers read award-winning books to children, engage them in a related activity, give books to the children and provide educational activity sheets for their families.  Funding for this project is from community organizations such as United Way, Rotary, and various memorials.  Sauk County reads to Head Start children in Reedsburg, Baraboo, and Sauk Prairie.

For information on Wisconsin HCE visit http://www.wahceinc.org/



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