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Do you ever have a question regarding what is required by DVP? Every month DVP features common questions we received from funded programs and our response.
Question: I am a Spanish/English bilingual advocate and other organizations (and sometimes even my own organization) has requested that I serve as the interpreter for a monolingual Spanish-speaking client. What is DVP’s guidance on bilingual advocates serving in this capacity?
ATTENTION: Mineral County Lodging Tax Fund Panel will meet Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 9 am at Blue Creek Lodge, 11682 Hwy 149, Creede.
The culinary and cultural program “A Passport to the World” at Platte Valley Youth Services Center highlighted France for their February country destination. The cultural traditions for the month focused on the history of Valentine’s Day and why it is named after St. Valentine.
Local street artist Bimmer Torres, whose works can be seen all around Denver, shares his talents and vision with the youth of DYS through collaborative design and production of murals. Organized and overseen by Martin Friedman, a client manager and parole officer with a love for restorative community justice, the youth involved are able to be a part of the process from beginning to end.
Mineral County Board of County Commissioners will hold their mid-month meeting on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 beginning at 9 am at the temporary location of the Mineral County Courthouse, 624 Forest Rd 504.1A. Agenda
Platte Valley YSC celebrated the graduation of two incredibly talented youth for their culinary catering program this month. For their final showcase of what they have learned throughout the program, the two youth each created three dishes: a soup, main entree, and dessert.
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Each month, Grand Mesa Youth Service Center conducts an Art Heritage Group as an incentive program for our Educational Scholars which focuses on well-known artists and cultural art forms. Most recently, the youth were able to meet the famous artist of the month, Lyle Nichols.