Public Invited to Listening Session on Community Center Director RecruitmentMay 04, 2021 03:48PM ● By Editor
From Cook County MN - May 4, 2021
The University of Minnesota Extension and Cook County Government are inviting interested community members to provide input regarding the recruitment of a new director for the Cook County Community Center at a public listening session at 3 p.m. on Monday, May 17,
Current Cook County Community Center/Extension Director Diane Booth will retire later this year. County officials are seeking input from residents on priorities that should be considered in the search for a new director.
The event is open to the public and can be attended in-person in the Commissioners Room at the Cook County Courthouse or virtually through Zoom. There will be limited space available at the courthouse, so those interested in attending in person are required to RSVP by May 12. Participants who plan to attend in person are requested to have been vaccinated and will be required to follow all social distancing and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Masks will be required.
Those interested are also invited to submit questions regarding Booth’s replacement and the community center in advance of the meeting.
What: Public Information Session on the future of the Cook County Community Center
When: 3 p.m., Monday, May 17
Where: Commissioners Room at the Cook County Courthouse or virtually via Zoom. RSVPs are required for in-person attendance by May 12. To attend via Zoom, click this link.
Why: To discuss the replacement of the community center’s director, Diane Booth
To submit questions as well as RSVP for in-person attendance email April Zimmer, Executive Administrative Assistant, at [email protected] or call at 218-387-3602
Executive Administrative Assistant
or [email protected].