Katie Ash and Alan Barbee of noxious weed management locate and treat the noxious weed sulfur cinquefoil on the roadside in a few locations near Collbran.
The fire that happened on July 6, 2016, at C & 34 Road, on BLM land, burned approximately 20 acres. The fire started at around 1:00 p.m. and was most likely caused by sparks from bullets fired from someone shooting in the area. The Mesa County Sheriff Fire team was paged out for mutual aid. There were nearby houses and structures, but none were affected. The team members in the pictures include Eric Brown, Jacob Womack, Dean Dicamillo, Josh Livingston, and Donald Love.
Teresa Nees of Noxious Weed Management in a "death to leafy spurge" selfie on a row near Molina.
Mesa County employees and family members continue to support the St. Baldrick's Foundation by raising funds and awareness.
The crowd anxiously waits for the head shaving event to begin.
Commissioner Pugliese and Pam Hawkins from the Department of Public Works.
Pete Baier, Public Works Director, thanks everyone for coming out and supporting the event.
Here we go!
Pam is half way there.
Pam is checking out her new 'do.
Connie Hahn from the Department of Public Works is the perfect person to ask fordonations (maybe demand is more accurate). Good job, Connie!
Shirley Beall's granddaughter Hayley gets her head shaved by Jennifer Caldwell from Public Works.
Shirley Beall is ready for her haircut.
Shirley Beall is almost bald!
Connie Hahn making sure more funds are collected for the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Shirley Beall and Hayley.
The brave ladies before and after.
Thank you for making a difference! Bald for a good cause.