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Wednesday, August 21, 2002

Gonzalez named Employee of Month

Enedino Gonzalez has been named Employee of the Month for the month of August at the Reeves County Detention Center.

Gonzalez is a Cook Foreman in the Food Service Department. He began his career on Aug. 13, 2001 and in his current position, supervises inmate cooks and bakers in the preparation of meals for the 2000 inmate population.

Officer Gonzalez is also responsible for maintaining safety, security and sanitation. He also organizes work assignments, budgets time for inmates and plans for completion of assigned tasks.

"Mr. Gonzalez is doing an outstanding job and simultaneously maintains other responsibilities within the department as well," said RCDC Warden Rudy Franco. "He possesses first rate human relation skills and has the ability to motivate others," he said.

"He executes his duties in a professional manner and maintains an excellent attendance record," said Franco.

Officer Gonzalez has successfully completed a curriculum in Culinary Arts through Odessa College, according to Franco.

After work, he diligently attended classes in Odessa on Tuesdays and Thursdays and earned his certificate.

Gonzalez is an intelligent, well-rounded officer, who enjoys boxing, fishing, hunting and spending quality time with family and friends, according to Franco.

"Officer Gonzalez is unequivocally a significant asset to the Reeves County Detention Center and especially to the Food Service Department," said Franco.

Sixth grade band to be planned

The Pecos Eagle Band is in the process of forming the sixth grade band at Zavala Middle School. Students are to return an instrument choice form to the Zavala band hall if they wish to be in band.

Band Director Merle Lenfest said that parents or guardians should not fail to sign the student up for band because they cannot afford an instrument. "We will find an instrument for every child that needs one," he said.

Representatives from Caldwell Music and Permian Music will be in the band hall for instrument drives for any sixth grade student that will be playing alto sax, cornet, trumpet, trombone and percussion from 4:30-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the High School Band Hall.

For all students who would like to play flute and clarinet, the representatives will be in the High School Band Hall from 4:30-7:30 p.m., on Friday, Aug. 23.

For more information contact Lenfest at 447-7218.

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