Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Board of County Commissioners Adopt Proclamations

On Monday, Nov. 4, the Board of Mesa County Commissioners adopted proclamations for National Adoption Awareness Month, National Family Caregivers Month, Random Acts of Kindness Month, and Homeless and Runaway Youth Awareness Month.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed November 2019, as National Adoption Awareness Month in Mesa County. The Board urges all residents to celebrate adoption and to honor families that grow through the adoption process.

Director of Child Welfare Joe Kellerby (at podium), Kim Espindola, Adoption Supervisor, and Kinsee Dixon, an adoptive parent accepted the National Adoption Awareness Month proclamation.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed November 2019, as National Family Caregivers Month in Mesa County, and urges all citizens to recognize the selfless time family caregivers give to their loved ones.
Cheryl Brown (left), Adult Services Supervisor, Dyann Walt (center left), Single Entry Point Manager, and Dana Bogue (center right), a family caregiver and her family accepted the National Family Caregivers Month presented by the Board of Mesa County Commissioners Monday morning.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed November 2019, as Homeless and Runaway Youth Awareness Month in Mesa County. 
John Mok-Lamme (center), Karis, Inc. Executive Director, alongside volunteers Teresa Nees and Abram Herman accepted the Homeless and Runaway Youth Awareness Month proclamation.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed November 2019, as Random Acts of Kindness Month in Mesa County.

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