Friday, February 12, 2016

This week in pics, Feb. 12

This week in pictures is dedicated to the life of Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy Derek Geer. Your service and sacrifice will not be forgotten.


Flags flew at half mast throughout the valley in honor Deputy Geer. Marquees and other signs also showed their support.





Mesa County Department of Human Services' Child Welfare team prepared and served breakfast to the Mesa County Sheriff's Office Thursday morning. Their hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to everyone at the Sheriff's Office. 





Here are a few other pictures from around the county this week: 

Bev Gmerek of the State Heart Gallery presents at the Communications Summit Wednesday at the Mesa County Workforce Center. Child welfare staff and communications personnel from across the Western Slope were in attendance.

Randy Price, far right, briefs the Board of Commissioners Monday on the Deer Creek facility near Whitewater. 

Election Operations Manager Patti Inscho explains Mesa County's elections process to Montrose County Clerk Tressa Guynes and Montrose County elections supervisor Kim Wright. 

Mesa County Clerk & Recorder Sheila Reiner, left, with Montrose County Clerk Tressa Guynes. 

Clerk & Recorder staff showing Bronco love last Friday. 

Mesa County Health Department Director Jeff Kuhr, standing at the front, speaks at the MCHD All-Staff Meeting on Tuesday. 

Nurse-Family Partnership and Safe Care staff organized a clothing exchange for their clients. Families stopped by for snacks, pictures and clothes from 9-11 a.m. Thursday. 

Department of Human Services Core Therapy and SPT teams holding their weekly 15-minute Wildly Important Goals huddle.

The following pictures are from the Tamarisk Coalition annual conference, which included two days of presentations about restoration, management and project planning, as well as a field trip.


Teresa Nees, right, of Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest, with Keith from Utah's Department of Natural Resources.




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