The foundation of our society is the family whether it is an individual or several people in the home. Families in Forsyth County are exposed to research-based information that will help them to increase their knowledge and develop skills to solve problems facing them on a regular basis. Extension provides answers on topics including: managing a family’s budget, handling credit effectively, parenting and child care issues, housing & home maintenance issues, controlling household insects, helping families improve their eating habits, being energy efficient, protecting well water as well as dealing with issues affecting the aging population. The information is taught through classes, workshops, demonstrations, consultations and mass media outlets (television, radio, news articles) in the following areas:
The purpose of the Forsyth Extension Sewing and Needle Arts Club is to increase the sewing skills of Forsyth County and area residents. The club meets the second Friday of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the Forsyth County Agriculture Building on Fairchild Road.
A variety of projects are covered throughout the year and occasionally there are field trips. All members receive a monthly newsletter which is produced by fellow club members. New members are always welcome. Why not join us for a visit? Keep abreast of new trends in clothing, fabrics, accessories and fashions. Share sewing skills by teaching others or participate in classes taught by other club members and share in good fellowship. The sewing club is happy to teach “beginner sewing” to preschool moms.
Please come by and visit during one our meetings and if you would like to join, the annual dues are $10. For more information call (336) 703-2850.
For information about our January - March 2016 meetings, please click here.