Family and Consumer Sciences
The focus of the FCS program is to improve individual and family behaviors, and community well-being. Agents offer programs aimed at providing education and resources relating to social, cultural, historical, and economic trends. A wide range of family issues such as changing family structures; intergenerational relations; human response to stress and crisis; family laws, finance and economics; and decision-making are included.
Estate Planning - Three part series on Mondays from 10am - 11am at the Billings Community and Senior Center. Cost is $30 (scholarships may be available).
- January 22 - Decluttering - Getting started.
- January 29 - Who Gets Grandma's Yellows Pie Plate? - Transferring non-titled property.
- February 5 -Dying Without a Will - Using MSU Extension resources to help make informed estate planning decisions.
Chair Yoga - Six week program on Tuesdays beginning February 6th through March 13th. Classes are 8:30am - 9:30am at The Crossings in Laurel (600 Round House Dr.). Cost is $3/class ($18 for 6 weeks).
Deep (Diabetes Empowerment Education Program) - Six week program on Tuesdays beginning February 6th through March 13th. Classes are 10am - 11:30am at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Laurel (707 W 3rd St) and are free to the community.
Powerful Tools for Cargivers - Eight week program on Mondays beginning February 26th through April 16th. Classes are 2pm-3:30pm at the Billings Community and Senior Center. Cost is $45 (scholarships may be available).
Cooking for 1 or 2 - Three part series on Tuesdays (February 27th, March 6th & March 13th) from 5:30pm - 7:00pm at the Billings Community and Senior Center. Cost is $45 (scholarships may be available).