Washington County Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service

Family and Consumer Sciences

As a Family and Consumer Sciences educator I work to strengthen Oklahoma families and communities using research-based information that applies to families and their everyday life issues on health, finances and relationships.

Co-parenting through Resilience class
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service in Washington county offers this class to Nowata, Osage and Washington County residents and other interested individuals needing to fulfill the requirement to complete a divorce when children are involved. The class is offered typically the second Monday of every other month (except during the month of December) at the Washington County Extension office in Dewey (205 E. 12th Street next to the Dewey Middle School). Registration must be sent to the Washington County Extension office P O Box 10, Dewey, OK 74029 by 4:00 p.m. of the Thursday prior to the class on Monday. For questions, call the Washington office at 918-534-2216.
Strengthening Oklahoma Families Washington County newsletter
Family and Consumer Sciences newsletter published bi-monthly from Washington County in Dewey, Oklahoma.
Disaster Preparedness
Obtain a copy of the Get Prepared For Emergency Challenge form. Pledge to build a kit, cut off pledge form and return to Gale Mills at the Extension office by scanning in and e-mailing to gale.mills@okstate.edu or faxing to 918-534-2279. Complete the kit, sign the certificate (keep in home records) sign the completion form and return to Gale either by e-mail or fax.
Wild Game Food Safety
Safe venison preparation with recipes
Find information for all your canning questions on this site or visit the University of Georgia Extension website at http://www.uga.edu/nchfp.
100th Anniversary OCES quilt
Quilt blocks from residents across Oklahoma were assembled for this anniversary celebration.
Housing Information
Here you will find a collection of housing fact sheets on various topics to include Green Cleaning, How to Clean and A Guide to Mold.
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