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County Extension Agent

Local Address: Garden City, Texas, United States
Texas A&M University
422 Langford Building A
College Station, Texas 77843
United States

 
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Garden City Benefit Event Slated for April 19
agnews.tamu.edu, 17 May 2005 [cached]
Contact: Charlene Belew, (432) 354-2381,c-belew@tamu.edu
GARDEN CITY - Glasscock County's second annual benevolent benefit will begin at 6:30 p.m.April 19 in the Glasscock County Community Center.The fund-raising event, hosted by Texas Cooperative Extension and Glasscock County 4-H adult leaders and youth, raises money for a local beneficiary.
"Last year was our first time to conduct the benefit, and it was a huge success," said Charlene Belew, Extension agent for family and consumer sciences, Glasscock County.
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The county's 4-H adult leaders association is in charge of the meal, decorations, prizes and raffles, Belew said.The 4-H members assist by serving the meal and selling tickets.
Entertainment is provided by 4-H'ers' Share-the-Fun skits showcasing the youths' performing talents.
"The benefit helps the 4-H'ers because it serves as their dress rehearsal for district competition the following week," said Belew.
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For reservations or more information, contact Belew at (432) 354-2381.
Glasscock County News
www.glasscockcountynews.com, 11 Feb 2004 [cached]
The Glasscock County Commissioners' Court on Feb. 9 discussed a pay raise for Family and Consumer Service Agent Charlene Belew.Belew had asked the court at a Jan. 26 meeting for a temporary increase of one-half former agriculture agent Steve Sturtz' salary, since she is handling half of his work load in the absence of an ag agent.That increase would amount to $858 per month.She said Warren Multer is helping with the workload, assuming approximately half of Sturtz' responsibilities.The county was paying Sturtz $20,600 per year, while Belew is paid $12,100. [These amounts are in addition to whatever the state pays the agents.]
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Belew reported that all is going well with the extension office, even though this is a very busy season.She called the local 4-H program "awesome," and enumerated several ongoing projects, including major stock shows, where local kids have had success.She is excited that local 4-H'ers are being assisted in livestock judging training by the Howard College agriculture instructor, and with skits (preparation, performance, costumes and props) by a woman associated with Permian Playhouse in Odessa.
Belew also highlighted programs in the local elementary school, including her nutrition program for head starters and their parents, a white tail deer information program, and one involving egg incubation.
County Money Moved Out of Local Bank
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www.glasscockcountynews.com, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
The Glasscock County Commissioners' Court on Feb. 9 discussed a pay raise for Family and Consumer Service Agent Charlene Belew.Belew had asked the court at a Jan. 26 meeting for a temporary increase of one-half former agriculture agent Steve Sturtz' salary, since she is handling half of his work load in the absence of an ag agent.That increase would amount to $858 per month.She said Warren Multer is helping with the workload, assuming approximately half of Sturtz' responsibilities.The county was paying Sturtz $20,600 per year, while Belew is paid $12,100. [These amounts are in addition to whatever the state pays the agents.]
Commissioner Mark Halfmann said he would prefer a smaller, but permanent, raise for Belew, and the other court members seemed to agree.The court discussed the disadvantages of giving a larger, but temporary, raise, then having to reduce it when an ag agent is hired.The proposed permanent raise seemed likely to be set at $2,400 to $3,000 annually, but since the matter was not on the court's agenda, no official action was taken.
Belew reported that all is going well with the extension office, even though this is a very busy season.She called the local 4-H program "awesome," and enumerated several ongoing projects, including major stock shows, where local kids have had success.She is excited that local 4-H'ers are being assisted in livestock judging training by the Howard College agriculture instructor, and with skits (preparation, performance, costumes and props) by a woman associated with Permian Playhouse in Odessa.
Belew also highlighted programs in the local elementary school, including her nutrition program for head starters and their parents, a white tail deer information program, and one involving egg incubation.
County Money Moved Out of Local Bank
Glasscock County News
www.glasscockcountynews.com, 12 Mar 2003 [cached]
Charlene Belew, county extension agent, has begun a nutrition curriculum with GCISD Headstart students that attempts to teach low-income families how to stretch their food dollars and how to plan, make and eat nutritious snacks and meals.The curriculum is part of Better Living for Texans Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program, a joint project of Texas Cooperative Extension, Texas Department of Human Services and USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
Belew also produces an educational newsletter, "Charlene's Nutrition Savvy," for parents of the participants that correlates to what the kids are taught during each program and assists parents in continuing the education process at home.Belew reports the kids are like sponges and "a joy to educate."
County Court Sends Letter to Sen.
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