Friday, September 23, 2016

This Week in Pics

DHS staff gathers to recognize the success of contributions to United Way of Mesa County and the Men in Heels Fundraiser benefitting Hilltop’s Latimer House.

From left, LeeAnna Tallman, Sara Kieran, Josh Kennedy, Dalys Otberg, Karen Folks, Lilian Madadian, Kathy Gerlock, Bridgett Mancera, Amy Joy, Jessica Guajardo, Michelle Trujillo, Candice Logsdon, Kelly Graff, Susan Skyberg

Rosie Mellin was selected as the August DHS “You Brighten My Day” winner!
Tilly (DA's Victim Advocate Canine Companion) working hard at HR.

The Grand Junction Central Warriors football team has a home non-conference game vs. Fruita Monument today at 7 pm. This game is causing some friendly rivalry in the Sheriff's office because Lt. Holdren's kid plays football for Central High School, and Investigators Lissah Norcross and Danny Norris have a Fruita Monument High School football player (and band members). Sergeant Byrne, who took the picture, had no other option but to referee! 

From left, Danny Norris, David Holdren, Lissah Norcross showing team spirit

Commissioner John Justman and Gary Harmon from the Daily Sentinel 
Commissioner Pugliese gets ready for an interview

Commissioner McInnis waiting for the meeting to start
County Administrator Frank Whidden and Commissioner Pugliese meeting with the City of Grand Junction's administrator and mayor to talk about joint projects.

Commissioner Pugliese
Discussion regarding joint projects
Colorado State University President Tony Frank stopped by Mesa County to discuss extension services.

From left, Patrick Coleman, Pete Baier, Dan Caris, Scott McInnis

Colorado State University President Tony Frank

This week the Inside Mesa County class got to learn from the Department of Human Services (DHS) and the County Attorney's Office.

County Attorney Patrick Coleman and Attorney Kellie Starritt presented to the Inside Mesa County what the County Attorney's office does and how it works.
DHS Deputy Director Scott Aker talked about fiscal operations and quality assurance
DHS Executive Director Tracey Garchar talked about the services that are provided for the aging population.

The Sheriff's Office had fun participating in the Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament. Jason Haferman won the "longest drive."
Jason Haferman and Pete Dalrymple
Jason Haferman
Pete Dalrymple
 From left, Pete Dalrymple, Cathy Tate, and Jason Haferman

A class from Appleton Elementary made several "Thank You" cards for the Mesa County Sheriff's Office and Deputy Ryan Morrison was there to accepted them.

Deputy Ryan Morrison picks up "Thank You" cards from Appleton Elementary.

New truck for the RAD deputies

Patrolling the Fairgrounds
Canadian Geese fly over the Fairgrounds

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