Gov. to sign disability awareness proclamation; Attend STEM groundbreaking

Governor Mead’s Public Schedule, March 4-10, 2013

Unless otherwise noted, events on this schedule are open to the public and the media is welcome to attend.  All times are Mountain Standard Time. Any special requirements for attendance are noted with the event. 

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

11:00AM-12:00PM – Governor and First Lady attend Memorial Service for Holly Farfour, FE Warren Air Force Base

1:45-2:15PM – Governor and First Lady read at STRIDE’s “Everybody Reads Month,” STRIDE Learning Center, Cheyenne

3:00-3:15PM – Governor signs Disability Awareness Month proclamation, Governor’s Formal Office

Thursday, March 7, 2013

10:00-10:30AM – Governor holds monthly news conference. Governor’s Formal Office

Friday, March 8, 2013

11:45AM-1:00PM – Governor attends University of Wyoming Board of Trustees lunch. UW Coe Library, Laramie

1:30-1:50PM – Governor attends the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Michael B. Enzi STEM Facility at the University of Wyoming . UW Campus

3:15-4:15PM – Governor meets with Fremont County Commissioners. Riverton Library

 4:30-5:00PM – Governor and First Lady attend the Community Entry Services Center dedication. 2240 Peck Avenue, Riverton

Saturday, March 9, 2013

10:30-11:30AM – Governor meets with local officials. First Lady hosts a Books and Brownies Event, Cokeville Library and Cokeville Town Hall

2:30-3:30PM – Governor meets with local officials. First Lady reads at Story Time event, Rock Springs Library

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