The Monitor Family and Community Education unit met Jan. 21 at the home of Mary Ellen Howell. Five members were present. Mary Ellen Howell gave the lesson on “Everyday Mindfullness.” The lesson teaches the value of living in the moment.
Jodene Fisher, president, opened the meeitng with the members repeating the “Kansas FCE Creed.” Roll call was answered with “a place I can go to relax.”Howell reported from the KAFCE news the “five ethics of life” which include: listen before you speak, earn before you spend, think before you act, try before you quit, and live before you die. Fisher reported on the FCE council meeting.
The next meetingwill be at 7 p.m. Feb. 18 at Mary Unruh’s home.