Pendleton County CEOS
CEOS clubs offer local and statewide
Education, Participation and Inspiration.
Pendleton County CEOS to Host 2013 Keyser Area Meeting
The event will take place on April 20, 2013 in Circleville, W.Va. A day filled with excitement and discoveries awaits you as we reflect upon Apron Tales & Adventures.
Education is the primary purpose of CEOS clubs. As the basis for its existence, it’s the desire of those involved with CEOS clubs to improve the quality of their living, to find and live the good life, to inspire families and other citizens to make lifelong learning a great adventure as they advance toward enriched living in the home and in the enlarged community.
The person who continues education and who seeks ever broadening horizons is best satisfied and fulfilled in serving the family and community.
Pendleton County CEOS Clubs
If a club isn’t listed for your community and you would be interested in forming a club, all you need is a group of six to eight interested people. Contact the local Extension office for information and help.
What’s in CEOS for you?
Feel better about yourself (Increase self esteem and self worth)
Accept change (At home, at work, elsewhere in life)
Make better decisions (Around the house, on the job, elsewhere in life)
Be effective leaders (In your home and community)
Share pride in your heritage (Locally, statewide, nationwide)
Engaging service and education:
Lifelong continuing education (Enjoyable learning for all ages)
Strengthing family connections (Help the ones you love)
Breast cancer awareness (Educate others about this detectable disease)
Cultural arts (Celebrate and enjoy art that enriches and impacts lives)
Marketing and membership (Grow the organization in your community)
Tours, camps, conferences and workshops (Timely and unique content)
Exciting and worthwhile topics:
Computers, computers, computers! (Various computer topics)
Famous West Virginian Women (Anna Jarvis, Mother Jones and others!)
Traditions continue through basketry (A beautiful and timeless craft)
Grandparents raising grandchildren (Family support structures have changed)
Just a little sugar (Diabetes and you)
Clash or coordinate? (Understanding personality styles)
Talking with your doctor (Valuable life skills to know)
Refrigerator and freezer safety (Ensure your food is kept fresh and safe)
Skin cancer (Sun is fun but can be dangerous to your health)
Prostate cancer (Another detectable disease to prevent)
Preventing youth violence (Help youth seek reconciliation)
Exploring the roots of CEOS (Learn the history of the organization)