Williamson County Extension Education Association
Welcome to the Texas Extension Education Association, Inc. (TEEA) in Williamson County. Texas Extension Education Association, Inc. is connected to the Texas AgriLife Extnsion Service. AgriLife Extension offers practical information for families: raising children, housing and environment, eating well, managing money and staying healthy.
Are you interested in making new friends, improving your family unity, serving your community, personal growth and fulfillment, or improving your leadership skills? Then you need to join the a TEEA Club in Williamson County.
To find a TEEA Club near you, contact your local Texas AgriLife Extension Service office. Read on to learn more about some of the programs and opportunities available in Williamson County. . .
Extension Education clubs provide members with opportunities for education, leadership, and community service. Club members make new friends as they learn about topics that influence and impact their quality of life. Some of these areas include:
- Clothing & Textiles
- Consumer Economics
- Home Environment & Safety
- Nutrition & Health
- Texas A&M Program Development
Extension Education Club members meet monthly for fun, fellowship and education. You may join any of the six already established clubs in Williamson County. Membership is available without regard to sex, age, race, socioeconomic level, religion, disability, or national origin.
Club Meet Times:
Heritage EE Club- Third Thursday- 1:30 p.m.
Hutto EE Club- Third Thursday- 7:00 p.m.
Morning Glory- Second Wednesday- 9:30 a.m.
New Horizons- Second Thursday- 1:30 p.m.
Noontime- First Wednesday- Noon
Sundowners- Second Tuesday- 7:00 p.m.
What do Club Members Do?
Participate in monthly club meetings and enjoy fun and fellowship while they learn. In addition to taking care of 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. The County Extension Agent regularly conducts “leader training” for club members, who, in turn, present the lesson to their respective club members.
Attend District, and State Conferences where they meet people from other locales with a common interest in strengthening families. Workshops and educational seminars are presented at these events.
Support 4-H, the youth development program of AgriLife Extension. Club members may lead project groups or serve as judges for contests. Extension Education Clubs provide scholarships for 4-H members. Join in on the Annual Style Show to help raise funds to provide these scholarships!
Community Service. Extension Education Club members are interested in improving the life of all families in the community. Clubs and individuals have their own favorite projects.