Friday, April 8, 2016

This week in pics, April 8

Teresa Nees of Mesa County Weed and Pest tests out the new spraying system (with water) before getting the unit calibrated and loaded up with herbicide to go kill some weeds.
Mesa County Sheriff Matt Lewis with a Girl Scout Troop that brought cookies for the Sheriff's Office.
Teresa Nees of Mesa County Weed and Pest.
Mesa County Clerk & Recorder plays volleyball with some of her staff. 
Another shot of Reiner and her staff playing volleyball. 
Mesa County Treasurer Janice Rich talks to the Inside Mesa County class Monday evening. 
A line at the Mesa County Landfill during the Compost Sale last week. Reminder: Free Day at the Fruita Transfer Station is this Saturday (April 9) from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Free Day at the main Landfill is April 16.
A mom-an- me group came to the Landfill this week to learn about how it works. 
Mesa County Chief Financial Officer Scott Stewart talks to the Inside Mesa County class Monday evening.
Commissioner Rose Pugliese, left, congratulates Jeff Kuhr, executive director of the Mesa County Health Department. The Commissioners on Monday proclaimed April 4-10 National Public Health Week.
The Mesa County Commissioners with Jeff Kuhr and others from the Mesa County Health Department at the Commissioners' Administrative Hearing Monday. From left, Rose Pugliese, Pat Steinkirchner (back row), Jeff Kuhr, John Justman (back row), Kristy Emerson, Diana Williams, Katie Goddeyne and Scott McInnis. 
The Commissioners on Monday also proclaimed April National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  Here they are with Janet Rowland of CASA and Mark Tennant, who spent much of his adolescence in foster care.
Here the Commissioners are with Colleen Roahrig, who accepted the proclamation declaring April Month of the Young Child. 
Commissioner Rose Pugliese, left, stands with Jean Brewer and fellow Commissioners John Justman and Scott McInnis. Brewer accepted the proclamation for the Mayor and County Recognition Day for National Service (April 5). 
Nurse-Family Partnership nurse Heather Ligon, left, NFP/SafeCare manager Felice Daniels and SafeCare home visitor Joe Nichols hand out information about their programs at the employee resource fair at the Mesa County Health Department Wednesday. 

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