Monday, June 12, 2017

This Week in Pics

Last week members of the Grand Junction Jeep Club, Outkast Offroad Club, Bureau of Land Management and Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese picked up trash near 34 and C roads.

Mesa County and DOWL hosted an open house at the Mesa County Hazardous Household Waste facility, 3071 Highway 50,  to discuss the 31 Road Intersection Improvement Project. Community members attended to learn more and offer suggestions.

Senior Engineer Daniel Larkin, left, ready to answer questions at 31 Road Intersection Improvement Project open house on Wednesday, June 7.

The 31 Road Intersection Improvements Project will provide road safety improvements to the existing access intersection for the Mesa County composting facility.

Hazardous Material Manager Hope Petrie, right, reads to her son. Sign up for Summer Reading: http://mesacountylibraries.org/summerreading/
Mesa County Public Health Executive Director Jeff Kuhr talks the Inside Mesa County class about MCPH's community survey. Visit health.mesacounty.us to take the survey focused on community connectedness. 

The Colorado Department of Revenue, Taxation Division, is holding free Sales Tax Filing classes each month in Grand Junction at the Taxpayer Service Center, 222 6th Street, to support small business owners and tax professionals with understanding how to accurately file taxes. The class aims to make complex tax information easy-to-understand to enable accurate and on-time tax filings. Register for an in-person class at Colorado.gov/Tax/Education
Mesa County Noxious Weed Coordinator Teresa Nees, right, Animal Services Manager Doug Frye and Public Information Officer Stephanie Reecy have a conversation on how to keep your pets safe in the hot summer months on “Know Your County,” a segment of the Community Affairs Hour on KAFM Radio that discusses and informs you on what’s happening in your Mesa County government. The program airs on the third Thursday of every month at 12:30 p.m.  
Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese hard at work painting at the Habitat for Humanity National Women Build.
Some Mesa County Public Health staff members used their lunch break to create blankets for Grand Valley Oncology. The blankets will be used for patients going through chemotherapy. 

Nurse-Family Partnership Program Manager Felice Daniels and Nurse-Family Partnership Nurse Heather Ligon show their blanket.

Business Analyst Shane Chatfield and Nurse-Family Partnership Nurse Marjorie Allen show their blanket.

WIC Program Manager Karla Klemm, left, and Nurse-Family Partnership Translator Julia Rascon show off their blanket.

Emergency Preparedness & Response Specialist Nanci Quintana, left, Nurse-Family Partnership Administrative Specialist Michelle Jarvis and Regional Epidemiologist Tom Orr show their blanket.

Health Inspector Regina Clark, left, Business Analyst Shane Chatfield and Health Promotion Program Manager Mary Cornforth Cawood show their blanket.

Health Promotion Specialists Kelsey Fife, left, and Emily Robertson show their blanket.

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