Monday, May 20, 2019

County Commissioners Adopt Proclamations

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners this morning adopted proclamations for, Clinical Trials Awareness Day, Emergency Medical Services Week and Toastmasters Month.

Jonathan King, MD, medical oncologist with Community Hospital’s Grand Valley Oncology, and staff members accepted a proclamation from the Board of Mesa County Commissioners for National Clinical Trials Awareness Day.
The Board of Mesa County Commissioners declared May 20, 2019, as Clinical Trials Awareness Day in Mesa County to help foster education and awareness surrounding the safe and ethical pursuit of new knowledge necessary for the development of treatments and cures.

Mesa County Commissioners officially declare this week as Emergency Medical Services Week. Fire Chiefs and EMS personnel from all over Mesa County accepted the proclamation, including Clifton Fire Protection District, Grand Junction Police Department, Orchard Mesa Fire Department, Debeque Fire Department and the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System Coordinator who is a part of the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.
The Board of Mesa County Commissioners declares May 19-25, 2019, as Emergency Medical Services Week in Mesa County, which recognizes the value and accomplishments of EMS providers. EMS teams consist of emergency medical technicians, paramedics, firefighters, emergency physicians, emergency nurses, administrators, dispatchers, and others. 

Reed Orr, center left, from the Mesa County Assessor’s Office and members of local Toastmasters’ Clubs in the Grand Valley accept the Toastmasters Month proclamation in public hearing Monday morning.
The Board of Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed June 2019, as Toastmasters Month in Mesa County and encouraged citizens to join in this observance by attending and participating in a Toastmasters Club meeting during June.

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