Grand Reopening of Harris County Bear Creek Extension Office Held

Extension agent, Ashley Moore, providing a tour and providing informationThe Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Harris County Bear Creek Extension Office on December 2, 2016. The building had been closed for many months after a flood in the spring.  The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences was highlighted. Administration and staff from both agencies were present, in addition to a number of other community agency partners.  Carolyn Williams, associate administrator for the Cooperative Extension Program, assisted with the ribbon cutting. Marcus Glenn, extension agent for 4-H Development, provided a robotics demonstration.  Extension agents for Family & Consumer Sciences, Jennifer Garza and Ashley Moore, staffed a table where guests could get additional information on all the extension, research, and academic programs offered by the College.  Also present were extension program leaders: Rukeia Draw-Hood, Jimmy Henry, and Jackie White.


Marcus Glenn, extension agent for 4-H Youth Development, is photographed with other 4-H staff in Harris County


Rukeia Draw-Hood

 

Rukeia Draw-Hood, Ph.D.
Program Leader, 4-H and Youth Development
rdraw-hood@pvamu.edu
(936) 261-5130