Friday, May 27, 2016

This week in pics

Mesa County Elections on May 23 held a public Logic & Accuracy Test for the upcoming Primary Election. Representatives from the Democratic and Republican Parties came to participate. 

Front row, from left: Amanda Polson, Patti Inscho and Bobbie Gross show David Arent from the Democratic party and Michael Kansgen from the Republican party the process for adjudicating ballots after they have been kicked aside for approval or denial.
Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner talks with a reporter from KREX while the Logic & Accuracy Test participants go over the test deck results.
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Children are enjoying their first day of summer vacation on a newly paved road! This is on White Avenue near Kimwood Park. 
New Weed & Pest summer employees calibrate the backpacks and spraying equipment. From left, Katie Ash, Sarah Wilson and Alan Barbee.
Katie Ash spraying for weeds at the Coffman Road Road and Bridge facility.
Work being done by county Road and Bridge Crews on Hwy. 330. 
Staff from Mesa County Health Department conducted a drill to practice filling orders from the Colorado Medical Cache-Western Slope. The drill provided a stress-free opportunity to improve processes that may be put into action during a public health emergency. Emergency Preparedness & Response Specialist Andy Tyler, right, looks over the inventory lists, as EPR Specialist Travis Dorr, left, marks things off of his own list.
From left, Mesa County Health Department Data Analyst Shane Chatfield, Emergency Preparedness and Response Specialist Travis Dorr and EPR Manager Greg Rajnowski fill orders for different agencies during the drill.
Commissioners John Justman, Rose Pugliese and Scott McInnis on Monday proclaimed Paint the Town Purple Days, which recognizes the fight against cancer.
​A local Barbershop Quartet serenades the Workforce Center Staff after Jill Calvert's going-away party. 
​After 23 years with Mesa County, Jill Calvert, DHS Child Welfare Director, moves on to a director's position in Broomfield, Colo. Pictured are Jill Calvert, left, and Kari Daggett. 
​Lisa McCormick, Department of Human Services' Core Therapy, is recognized by her peers from the Child Welfare Facilitators Team as "A Shining Star" for her great work with families. 


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