Friday, March 18, 2016

This week in pics

Check out the photos from around Mesa County government this week.

Farewell, Sharon Johnson! And congratulations on your retirement. 
The Mesa County Workforce Investment Board meeting at the Workforce Center this week. 
The Mesa County Workforce Investment Board is comprised of prominent leaders in our local business community. 
County Administrator Frank Whidden at Inside Mesa County Monday night. The free, nine-week course teaches community members about the inner workings of Mesa County government.
Mesa County Commissioners John Justman, Rose Pugliese and Scott McInnis (front of the room) answer questions from participants at Inside Mesa County Monday evening. 
Courtney Campbell, left, and Teresa Nees of Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest Management. The two had fun answering questions at Fruita Farm and Ranch Days last weekend. 
More fun from Fruita Farm and Ranch Days. 
Farm and Ranch Days. 
The Mesa County Clerk & Recorder's office hosted a campaign finance class put on by the State of Colorado. 
That's Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner in the front row, far right, of the campaign finance class.
Elected officials lunch this week. They were joined by Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams.
35 years of service on St. Patrick's Day: Congratulations, Sandy Sebold, case manager with the Colorado Works team at the Mesa County Workforce Center.
Jeff Kuhr, executive director of the Mesa County Health Department, with Emily Fredrick of KREX. Congrats to MCHD on accreditation!
Michael Blevins of the Mesa County Department of Human Services' child welfare team gets a bag of Hershey's Kisses for finding the leprechaun hat.  
Finding the leprechaun hat on the first floor of DHS was a team effort for Amy Vannoy and Lora Thompson. 

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