Scotts Bluff County - County Government Day

Boys and Girls County Government Day

The American Legion wishes to thank the Students, School Sponsors, all other school personnel, County Officials, the American Legion Auxiliary and any other participants who helped in putting this program together. Without your help this program could never be a success.

Schedule of Events on Tuesday, April 11, 2017

8:45 am Assemble in County Commissioners Room 2nd Floor - Adm. Bldg
Pledge of Allegiance - Wayne Hubbard, Vice Commander District #4
Receive Oath of Office - Honorable Judge Leo Dobrovolny , Presiding
8:55 - 9:30 am County Commissioners Room - Presentations:
1. Voter Registration - Vera Dulaney, County Clerk
2. Running for Elective Office - Heather Hauschild, County Treasurer
3. Jury Duty – Darla Simpson, Clerk of the District Court
9:15 - 9:30 am Power Point on Adult & Juvenile Detention - Rober Clause
9:30 - 9:40 am Introduction of County Officials
9:45 - 10:30 am Meet with Respective County Officials
10:35 - 11:40 am County Commissioners Room - Presentations:
1. Scotts Bluff County Tourism Director - Brenda Leisy
2. Western NE State Veterans Home T Gurney
3. 911 Communications - Ray Richards
4. Drug presentation by WING - WING Investigator
11:40 am Proceed to the First United Methodist Church for lunch
2 blocks south and one block east of the Courthouse
11:50 - 12:50 pm Lunch & Program - Presentations:
MC-Ray Richards, Communications Director
Posting of Colors - American Legion Post #36
Luncheon/Prayer - Chaplain Laura Lebruska, AL Dist 4 Auxiliary
On Line Social Media Awareness Presentation - Mark Overman, County Sheriff
Introduction - Foreign Exchange Students
Flag Presentation - American Legion Post #36
Flag Etiquette - American Legion Post #36
1:00 - 1:25 pm Canine (west side Co. Adm. Bldg)
1:25 - 1:50 pm “GIS in Today’s World” – GIS Mapping Dept – Suzie Wick
2:00 - 2:50 pm Mock Trial, County Judge James Worden - 2nd Floor - Adm. Bldg.
2:50 pm Evaluations of County Government Day

Sponsors are asked to accompany their students for all activities. When the students are with their respective County Officials, teachers may visit any County Office of their choice.

The students will be asked to evaluate the day's activities following the Mock Trial. This is very important to the American Legion in planning future County Government Day Program.

Sponsors

THANK YOU!
The American Legion wishes to thank the Students, School Sponsors, all other school personnel, County Officials, the American Legion Auxiliary and any other participants who helped in putting this program together. Without your help this program could never be a success.

Christopher Lane - Co. American Legion Commander
Laura Lebruska - Co. American Legion Auxiliary President
Marilyn Schutt - Co. Government Day Chairperson
Martin Kinney and Wayne Hubbard - Co. Government Day Coordinator

Updated: 2017.03.22