As part of the proclamation, the commissioners recognized Ryan Mc Cullom of Greene Arc, who recently received an Excellence award from Value Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania, Inc.
Mc Cullom was nominated for the award by Travis Duncan of Greene Arc, and also recognized at the May 17 CYSB Recovery and Wellness Conference held at the Greene County Fairgrounds. to r., are Gigi Green, Value Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania, Inc.; Dean Virgili, mental health director; Commissioner Dave Coder; Commissioner Archie Trader; Ryan Mc Cullom, Greene Arc; Commissioner Blair Zimmerman; Karen Bennett, human services administrator; and Travis Duncan, Greene Arc.
Greene County Commissioners proclaimed the month of May 2016 Older American Month during their May 4 agenda meeting.
Greene County Commissioners, Pennsylvania Contact Person: Charlotte Popielarcheck, Assistant Chief Clerk (724-852-5210) Greene County Office Building, 3rd Floor 93 East High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370 Phone: 724-852-5210 / Fax: 724-627-5428 Office Hours: a.m. p.m., Monday Friday The Greene County Commissioners have proudly proclaimed several proclamations this year, describing each of the following proclamations along with a group picture, we hope you enjoy reading and honoring each of the proclaimed causes.
The proclamation notices are listed by decending date order.
Greene County Commissioners proclaimed Saturday, June 18, 2016 as High Point Raceway Day during their June 9 regular meeting.
The proclamation recognizes the 40th anniversary of the High Point AMA Pro National.
"Although a Morgantown based company, our flagship race track and where it all begins is Mt. Morris, said Tim Cotter, Director of High Point Raceway.
This year, with our 40th anniversary, marks a milestone that not many sporting facilities have." This year will also be televised live on NBC and MAVTV. to r., are Commissioner Archie Trader; Tim Cotter, Director of High Point Raceway; and Commissioner Blair Zimmerman.
Greene County Commissioners proclaimed the month of May 2016 Mental Health Awareness Month during their May 19 regular meeting.
The proclamation is designed to increase public awareness of severe mental illness and promote greater access to effective treatments for those who suffer from the potentially disabling symptoms of mental health disorders.
The County is committed to raising awareness about issues facing older Americans and helping all individuals to thrive in communities of their choice for as long as possible.