Home and Community Education

The Green County Association for Home and Community Education (HCE) offers opportunities for learning in a social setting, sharing what we’ve learned, and caring to make a difference in our homes, communities and the world. We have several clubs and independent members throughout Green County active in making our communities a better place to live, work, and raise a family.

Interested in joining Green County HCE, either as a club member or an independent member? Please contact the Green County UW-Extension office at 608-328-9440.


Green County HCE “Spotlight” Bimonthly Newsletter

April/May 2017 Spotlight
February/March 2017 Spotlight
December 2016/January 2017 Spotlight


Upcoming Meetings, Events and Deadlines:

Membership dues deadline: March 1, 2017
Dues are $9 per member (Club members and Independent members)
Independent Members – Please return this HCE Photo Release form along with your dues payment.

HCE Executive Board Meeting
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
5:00pm
Room 2, Green County Justice Center, Monroe
2017.2.7 Green County HCE Executive Board meeting minutes
2017.4.4 Green County HCE Executive Board meeting agenda

2017.3.31 Green County HCE Financials

HCE Southwest District Meeting – hosted by Lafayette County HCE
Thursday, April 20, 2017
9:00am – 2:30pm
Bridges Restaurant, Darlington, WI

Cultural Arts Event
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Rooms 1-3, Green County Justice Center, Monroe
The special category this year is “Three Cheers for Team HCE!”


Wisconsin Association for Home and Community Education Values:

  • Families and Communities
  • Opportunities for personal growth through learning, sharing and volunteering
  • Meeting great people and forming friendships and enjoyment
  • Volunteering to make a difference
  • Leadership

The Homemaker’s Creed:

We, the Homemakers of Wisconsin, believe in the sanctity of the home, the cradle of character, blessed by motherly devotion and guarded by fatherly protection.
We pledge ourselves:
To work for the preservation and improvement of home and community life;
To strive for healthier minds and bodies and better living;
To promote the welfare of our boys and girls, the nation’s greatest asset;
To be true to God and country and of lasting service to our homes and communities.

-Mrs. John Meise, Sauk County

The Prayer Creed:

Dear God, give us the grace to see the blessings which have come from Thee;
Give us the strength to do our duty, to see in everything some beauty.
Teach us that love and cheerful giving, tolerance and decent living,
Make our home a place sublime, where there’s no room for hate or crime.
A place where good friends gather round, where laughter, mirth and cheer abound.
Not selfish thoughts, not worldly greed. Let this, Dear Master, be our Creed.

-Mrs. James M. Hutton, St. Croix County