During the month of December, Austin County hosted the District 11 TEEA Fall Officer’s Training.
Austin County’s delegates were among 40-plus members who represented 15 counties across the district. The training is used to prepare EEA Council Officers for their leadership roles in their prospective counties. The participants use the provided training as a means to guide and assist their county membership with county, district and state opportunities conducted throughout the year.
After the training concluded, the members got the chance to play TEEA Jeopardy which challenged their knowledge regarding officer roles and responsibilities. The game created an educational and fun environment for all in attendance.
Extension Education Clubs work with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to strengthen and enrich families through educational programs, leadership development and community service. Anyone who would like to join or learn more about Extension Education Clubs should call Michelle Wright at the Austin County Extension Office at 979-865-2072.