Friday, October 23, 2015

This week in pics

The Commissioners joined with the Grand Junction City Council Thursday afternoon for a Persigo meeting at City Hall.  

Mesa County Senior Engineer Tim Hayashi was one of several Mesa County officials who interviewed with Hoptocopter Films this week. Hoptocopter is making a video about the 2014 West Salt Creek Landslide on the Grand Mesa. 

Andy Martsolf, Mesa County's Emergency Manager, being filmed by Hoptocopter. 

Mesa County got a new District Attorney last Friday. Here, Judge Bottger swears in Dan Rubinstein.
Teresa Nees, left, thanks Erin McIntyre for her recent Daily Sentinel article about myrtle spurge and Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest Management. Read the story here

Mesa County Sheriff's Office intern Emily found this furry friend while on a ride-along. 

Ben Miller, left, gets a plaque from Mesa County Sheriff Matt Lewis. Miller is moving on to work in the private sector after 15 years with  MCSO. He will be missed!

Check out the new Animal Services vehicle, a mobile pet educator - not funded by any county dollars!

Mesa County Health Department nurses Jillian Miller, left, DeeAnna Christensen and Heather Ligon take a break from administering flu vaccines during an adult flu vaccination clinic Thursday morning. 
Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy Chris Brooks talking safety to some local pre-K kids at Grand Junction Fire station 4. 
The following are pictures from Pink and Purple Day at the Mesa County Department of Human Services, Health Department and Workforce Center. Employees wore pink for Breast Cancer Awareness and purple for Domestic Violence Awareness:


DHS clerical staff

211 staff 
DHS Child Welfare staff

Some Health Department staff 

Workforce Center professional services

Some Workforce Center staff

Some Workforce Center staff

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