Friday, October 21, 2016

This Week in Pics


Human Resources hosted many Open Enrollment benefit meetings to talk to employees about new voluntary benefits as well as a general benefits overview. 
Employee's health care premiums will not increase in 2017!
Great turnout at the first meeting! Overall, over 400 employees participated in-person! 
Employee Open Enrollment meeting.
Senior Benefits Administrator Brenda McKay happy to see the excellent attendance at one of the many open enrollment meetings that were hosted. 
IT Support Specialist Eric Farslow, left, and Web Administrator Joe Keene run the videography equipment to record and stream the open enrollment presentation for employees that cannot attend in person.
Human Resources Analyst Shelly Vehik and Senior Benefits Administrator Brenda McKay worked hard to get enrollment information and sessions coordinated.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Educator Kandis Fuller talks to WIC moms about breastfeeding at a Breastfeeding Support Group at Mesa County Health Department, 510 29 1/2 Road. Kandis covers everything from the basics to the struggles and successes. It's a great class!
Public Health Nurse Diane Banta administers a flu shot to Regional Epidemiologist Andy Tyler at the Health Department, 510 29 1/2 Road, on Monday. MCHD staff immunized 150 Mesa County residents during the Oct. 17 flu clinic.
Still need YOUR flu shot? Another adult flu clinic will be held Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Mesa County Health Department staff members walked to school with Tope Elementary and Orchard Avenue Elementary students Wednesday for Walk to School Day. Encourage your kids to walk to school to improve their health and safety skills!
IT Help Desk Support Specialist Paul Mitts greets the camera with a contagious smile. Paul is the point of contact for technology assistance and has all the answers!
Teresa Nees of Noxious Weed and Pest Management in collaboration with members of the Dolores River Restoration Partnership hosts an education and planting event for Gateway public school. Joined in the following pictures by Daniel Oppenheimer of Tamarisk Coalition, Zeb Miracle and other staff with Gateway Canyons Resort, and Gateway school students and teachers.
Teresa Nees of Noxious Weed and Pest Management teaches students from Gateway School how to identify noxious weeds.
Gateway School students attentively listen to the explanation of the environmental impact weeds on the quality of life, agricultural production and on native plants and wildlife.
Students learn how to plant trees.
Gateway School students get hands-on training!  
Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest Management in collaboration with members of the Dolores River Restoration Partnership hosts an education and planting event for Gateway public school.
This week Deputy Assessor Brent Goff taught Inside Mesa County class participants insider knowledge about the function and responsibilities of the Assessor's office. The Assessor deals with property value and is responsible for identifying and valuing all taxable property.
From left, Deputy Administrator for Operations Pete Baier and Engineering Division Director Julie Constan update the Commissioners regarding the Persigo Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Clockwise, Commissioner John Justman, County Attorney Patrick Coleman, Deputy Administrator for Operations Pete Baier, Engineering Division Director Julie Constan, and Commissioner Rose Pugliese discuss Persigo.

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