Jeff Davis Volunteers for Family and Community Clubs

Penny E. Thibodeaux  |  8/29/2011 9:24:21 PM

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P. O. Box 1445
Jennings, LA 70546

The Jeff Davis Volunteers for Family and Community Clubs is open to all interested persons.
Interested in becoming a member? Call the LSU AgCenter Jeff Davis office at 337-824-1773.



Mission Statement: To strengthen individuals, families and communities through continuing education, developing leadership and community action.


2012 Jeff Davis VFC Council Officers & Executive Board
President     Ernestine Freeman    
Vice President
of Programs        
Linda Rogers
Vice President
of Public Policy    
Barbara S. Litteral
Secretary     Ollie Tietje
Treasurer     Linda Patterson
Reporter Marilyn Strickland
Past President     Sylvia Guillotte
VFC Advisor     Penny Thibodeaux

The Jeff Davis VFC currently has two active clubs. If you would like more information, please contact the LSU AgCenter office at 337-824-1773.

The Homesteaders meet the second Tuesday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at the LSU AgCenter Jeff Davis office. Officers include: President - Linda Rogers, Vice President - Sylvia Guillotte, Secretary - Marilyn Strickland, Treasurer - Marguerite Duplechian, and Reporter - Barbara S. Litteral.

The Trailblazers meet the second Tuesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. at the LSU AgCenter Jeff Davis office. Officers include: President - Patty Daigle, Vice President - Linda Myers, Secretary - Gayle McFarlain, Treasurer - Bernice Istre, and Reporter - Carolyn DeWolf.
    
The purpose of the Jeff Davis Volunteers for Family and Community Clubs is to encourage VFC members to be aware of and assist in the needs of senior citizens. Providing necessary healthcare information, supporting the Council on Aging meals program, and encouraging seniors to participate in community computer programs are some examples of how the Jeff Davis VFC members can help.

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