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Raleigh, North Carolina,27607
The National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA) is a 501(c)(6) professional's organization for those dedicated to promoting, strengthening, enhancing and advocating for the 4-H youth development profession. It is an internationally recognized, non-p... more.
Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences
Texas A&M University
Extension Program Specialist
Texas A&M University System
County Extension Agent-Family and Consumer Science
Committees and Task Forces
Regional Directors - Charlene Belew, Chair
Board of Trustees
P.O. Box 299 Garden City, TX 79739 Phone: (432) 354-2381 Charlene Belew Southern Region Senior Director
Senior Regional Director: P.O. Box 299 Garden City, TX 79739 Phone: (432) 354-2381 firstname.lastname@example.org
Garden City Benefit Event Slated for April 19
Contact: Charlene Belew, (432) 354-2381,email@example.com 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.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.For reservations or more information, contact Belew at (432) 354-2381.
Glasscock County News
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.] 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