Friday, December 4, 2015

This week in pictures

Here are some pictures from around Mesa County government this week. Enjoy!

Andy Tyler, left, and Nanci Quintana, emergency preparedness and response specialists at the Mesa County Health Department, take a break from Incident Command System training Thursday afternoon. Tyler joined MCHD this week (after interning there in 2014), and Nanci is bringing him up to speed.  
Department of Human Services Deputy Director Scott Aker, left, and Kelly Graff, who received the DHS/WFC Values Champion Award. 
CONGRATULATIONS to the ​DHS/WFC 2015 Leadership Institute Candidate Graduation with Senior Leadership Team.
Teresa Nees spent Wednesday through Friday at the Colorado Weed Management Association annual conference at the Avalon Theatre. 
Mesa County Animal Services' very own, Sherman, is making a bid for 2016. 
Teresa Nees from Mesa County Weed and Pest speaks to local ditch managers and users at the Ditch and Reservoir Company Alliance meeting recently. 
Mesa County Planning Director Linda Dannenberger, left, and Brian Rusche, of Grand Junction City Planning, talk at the same Ditch and Reservoir Company Alliance meeting. 
The Mesa County Assessors Office is holding a Coat Drive. Donate new or gently used coats, jackets, sweaters, hats and gloves in this box in the lobby of the Old Courthouse, 544 Rood (6th Street entrance). 
The 13th annual Children's Giving Tree is also up in the lobby of the Old Courthouse. Pick up a tag, buy and wrap a gift for the child and return it to the Assessor's Office by 5 p.m. on Dec. 21. This benefits children in the Mesa County Foster Children's Program.
Another picture of the giving tree.
This is another picture from the Weed Management Association annual conference this week. 
Mesa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Chadd Searcy at the Shop With a Cop event at Mesa Mall.
Mesa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Wayne Keane at the Shop with a Cop event at Mesa Mall.

The five photos below show Mesa County Department of Human Services foster care staff filling Christmas stockings for children in foster care.  

Deputy Kandyce Stuckenshneider graduating from the police academy.
The Patriot Guard joined local law enforcement and the Grand Junction Fire Department in honoring a local hero Thursday night. Brandon Smith was recently on active duty for the U.S. Army in South Korea when he died on a helicopter during a training exercise. He was escorted under this giant American flag. Citizens lined the streets to pay their respects. 

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