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Western President Listening Sessions: Evanston

September 24, 2019

Dr. Kim Dale will vi
Dr. Kim Dale will visit Western’s service areas to meet with community members.

Dr. Kim Dale will visit Western’s service areas to meet with community members.

Western Wyoming Community College’s new President, Dr. Kim Dale, will be visiting Evanston on October 3rd, 2019 from 6-7PM at Uinta BOCES #1.

The Western President Listening Sessions provide community members the opportunity to meet with Dr. Dale and discuss important, relevant matters unique to Uinta County and Evanston. The goal of the Listening Sessions is to help the College best serve the community.

“Western has long-standing relationships and partnerships with Evanston and its surrounding communities.  I am very excited to meet with business, school and community leaders to learn more about this rich history and explore ways to expand opportunities for students, the workforce and community members at large.  I hope folks come prepared to share their ideas and suggestions for how we can plan for the future,” stated Dr. Dale.

Light snacks and refreshments will be provided by Uinta BOCES #1.

Dr. Dale strives to build open communication with the people in the communities Western serves. Connect with Dr. Dale through Twitter @WesternPrez, or email her at kimberly.dale@westernwyoming.edu.

To learn more about the Evanston Western President Listening Session, please contact Heidi Currutt at (307) 789-3988 or hcurrutt@westernwyoming.edu.



For more information, contact Audrey Harton at (307) 382-1661 or aharton@westernwyoming.edu.
 
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