An app for that service Jefferson County developed a new mobile application to inform Jefferson County residents and organizations of the services …
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Jefferson County developed a new mobile application to inform Jefferson County residents and organizations of the services available from the Jefferson County Department of Human Services.
The mobile app features information on programs and services including: employment, veterans, disability, senior services, adoption, child protection, food, health benefits, child support and Head Start.
Each program includes a description, address, phone number, website address and a “Map It” feature for directions.
The free app is available for iPhone and Android smart-phone users and can be accessed at the iPhone’s App Store or Google Play. Search for “Jefferson County Human Services.”
Scott Gales has been named the new director of the Jeffco Fairgrounds
Gales’ was director of marketing and public relations for Echo Mountain Ski and Snowboard Area near Evergreen until its recent sale to a private entity.
Gales served as manager of marketing and public relations for Kroenke Sports and Entertainment beginning in 2005. His responsibilities involved managing marketing for concerts, family shows and special events at the Pepsi Center, the Paramount Theatre and 1st Bank Center; and promotion of the Colorado Mammoth, Denver’s National Lacrosse League team. Prior to coming to Colorado, Gales served as the director of sales and marketing for the Sioux Falls Arena and Orpheum Theatre in Sioux Falls, S.D..
The Applewood Business Association’s August membership luncheon will give the public an opportunity to tour the NREL [National Renewable Energy Laboratory] facility.
The luncheon will be at 11:15 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, at the NREL Education Center, 15013 Denver West Parkway in Golden. Luncheon prices are $15 for members and $20 for non-members.
Janice Rooney, director of public affairs for NREL, will speak at the luncheon..
Tours of the facility will be offered at 1 p.m, and will last until 3 p.m. The tours are limited to 20 people; with a preregistration by Aug. 8 and photo ID required. Those taking a tour will need comfortable walking shoes are needed.
Register on-line at ApplewoodBusiness.com or RSVP to John Tracy, 303-995-6421.
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