Our CEOS program had the pleasure of hosting Line-Audrey from Cameron from May 29-31. Donna and Brent Ferrell of Genoa hosted her. Line-Audrey is the CEOS International Student scholarship recipient and during the summer, she travels the state to speak about her country and culture. On May 30, Line-Audrey spoke to 3rd-5th grade classes at Wayne Elementary about Cameroon, West Africa. To learn about about the CEOS Program in Wayne County, call our office at 304-272-6839.
Wayne County CEOS News
The Wayne County CEOS Garden Club held their monthly meeting on Tuesday and made garden aprons. The club features a wide variety of speakers and hands-on activities such as this. To learn more or to join, please contact our office at 304-272-6839.
Members of the CEOS Quilt & Fiber Club made Kaleidoscope Quilt Block during their last club meeting. During each meeting, members learn how to make a quilt block. The club is always looking for new members. To join or to learn more, please contact our office at 304-272-6839.
The Wayne County CEOS Council will hold their next meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at noon at the Wayne County Extension Office. All CEOS members are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information, contact the WVU Wayne County Extension office at 304-272-6839.
Since the 1950s, Wayne County voters have continuously supported the excess levy,
which is renewed every five years. This levy
does not raise taxes
, but simply continues the rate that has been in place. This levy supports
several organizations in the county, including the WVU Wayne County Extension Office.
Early voting starts April 25 and runs through May 5, 2018. Voting day is May
Two Wayne County CEOS members attended the Charleston Area Spring Meeting hosted by Lincoln County, along with over 50 CEOS members from the Charleston area attended to hear Sheldon Owen, WVU Extension Wildlife Specialist, speak on the conservation efforts for the monarch butterflies in West Virginia.
Two CEOS members - Trish Harris and Donna Ferrell helped with the annual 4-H Project Day, where the focus was on sewing. Seven youth completed a 4-H Project on sewing on Thursday April 5, 2018. The youth did several hands-on activities including pillow cases for a travel size pillow. These projects will be on display at the 2018 Wayne County Fair.
Many thanks to our volunteers (front row) Donna Ferrell, Trish Harris (both CEOS members) and Loretta Wright for lending their expertise today! The youth who participated in 4-H Project Day include (l-r): Josie Parsley, Matthew Crockett, Duke Parsley, Sarah Ferry, Grayson Smith, Addy Smith, and Marah Christian.