Listed below are a few programs offered through UT Extension Unicoi County. For more detailed information about programs, contact FCS Agent Rachel York at 735-1637.
Session 1: Secure Your Future
Session 2: Understanding Credit
Feel confident with your money! Open to the public.
2016 Apple Festival Cooking Contest
Friday, October 7
Congratulations to the winner's of this year's contest!
Results: 2016 Apple Festival Winners.pdf
Contest Categories: apple cakes, apple pies, & other apple dish.
Prizes: $50 for first place, $30 for second place, and $20 for third place.
The Apple Festival Cooking Contest is sponsored by the Mountain Harvest Kitchen, a certified commercial kitchen created to support development and growth of local and regional food businesses. This facility, expected to open next year, will be available for rent 24/7 to individuals and businesses for food processing. Learn more at http://www.unicoitn.net/mountain-harvest-kitchen!
Trail Virtual Walk (ATVW)
Over 18,000 miles walked this year!
fun, 8-week summer walking program is a great way to get outside and exercise
with your family and friends! Walk or jog anywhere – your neighborhood, the
gym, or even the Appalachian Trail itself.
Your team’s mileage will be tracked
along the Appalachian Trail beginning in Georgia and heading north towards
Maine while passing through Unicoi County. Help us reach our goal of walking a collective 10,000 miles!
The results are in!
Appalachian Trail maps are still located at the UT Extension office, the YMCA, and Clinchfield Senior Center.
– Effective Co-Parenting
Apart is an educational program for parents who have filed for divorce in
Tennessee. It is mandated by law that divorcing parents of minor children
attend a parent education course. Parenting Apart fulfills this requirement.
Through this four-hour course, parents learn how to help their children cope
with the issues that arise because of the divorce. Topics covered during the
course range from facts about divorce to keeping children out of the middle of
conflict. Classes include discussion, videos, lectures, and role-play
are offered every six weeks. Pre-registration is necessary; please call the UT Extension office at 735-1637