A combined 13 years of volunteer service on Weld County Advisory Boards and Commissions was recognized Monday when the Board of County Commissioners issued three Recognition of Services Awards to Marie Cochron, Pam Hungenberg and Michael Mathews.
Hungenberg and Mathews served six and three years, respectively on the Weld Faith Partnership Council, which works to identify issues impacting the faith-based community in Weld County and advises the commissioners on ways those issues can be improved. Cochron served four years on the Juvenile Community Review Board, which is tasked with reviewing the information of those in the Department of Youth services and offers recommendations on appropriate placement for them upon leaving.
The board also appointed William Owley to the Extension Advisory Council, Norine Schoneman to the Area Agency on Aging, and reappointed Jildi Gentry and Rick Hartman to new terms on the Weld Faith Partnership Council.
Weld County Advisory Boards and Commissions are designed to ensure services provided by Weld County Government continue to meet residents’ needs and expectations. To learn more about volunteering on a board or commission, visit https://tinyurl.com/WCBoards-Commissions.
We have created some fun holiday packets for you to pick up and have some fun w…
We have created some fun holiday packets for you to pick up and have some fun with your kiddos!
Each packet includes:
Letter to Santa w/ envelope
Recipe for Santa’s Favorite Sugar Cookie
Recipe for Magic
Christmas Word Search Puzzle
4 Christmas Coloring Sheets
The packets will be in this bin outside of the Community Center, please feel free to stop by and pick one up!
If you love gardening, attend Colorado State University Extension’s Green School…
If you love gardening, attend Colorado State University Extension’s Green School, and become a Certified Colorado Gardener. Online trainings start in January 2021. Fourteen non-credit courses teach individuals about tree care, entomology, growing vegetables and fruits, botany, weed management and more. At the end of the training, individuals earn a Colorado Gardener Certificate. However, because there is no subsequent volunteer commitment, participants do not become Colorado Master Gardeners. See schedules, pricing and register online by December 31 at https://cmg.extension.colostate.edu/.
***ATTENTION*** We have received information that indicates the Town Hall main …
We have received information that indicates the Town Hall main line (970-353-1681) has been ‘spoofed’ and is being used to contact community members in order to gain sensitive and private personal information.
Under no circumstance would the Town Hall make claims over the phone to inquire about personal information such as social security numbers, bank records or anything of that nature!
If you receive a call from the Town Hall main number and asked divulge personal information such as this, please hang up immediately!
Support systems for our phone service are working to eliminate the issue as quickly as possible.
We apologize for any inconvenience or frustration this may cause!
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