Apr 14, 2014 - From staff reportsLivestock board meeting set
The Wyoming Livestock Board's Traceability Working Group will have a public meeting 11:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the children's theater at the Riverton Branch Library, 1330 W. Park Ave.
Topics discussed will include disease traceability capabilities and issues and livestock identification. The objectives of the meeting are to assess the livestock industry's interest in establishing a state program, discuss funding options and provide recommendations to the Livestock Board and the legislative Joint Agriculture, State and Public Lands, and Water Resources Interim Committee.
For more information, call Dr. Thach Winslow at 857-4140 or Dr. Bob Meyer 777-6440.
Brucellosis team to meet
The Governor's Brucellosis Coordination Team will meet Thursday in the Gannett Room at the Inn at Lander to discuss various brucellosis-related issues. The meeting will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The meeting is open to the public, and a public comment period is scheduled.
Jazz Night gets 're-imagined'
Central Wyoming College's spring Jazz Night concert will feature a collection of what instructor Jason Ogg calls "jazz standards re-imagined."
The concert will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre. Admission is free.
The Time's-A-Wastin' Big Band is playing music "made famous by two of the most venerable ensembles in the history of American music: the Duke Ellington Orchestra and the Count Basie Orchestra," Ogg said.
"Rooster Parade" by Les Hooper features NettaBell Girard and Aaron Baldes, and the talents of Chad Rose and Avery Hatfield are highlighted in Ellington's "All Too Soon." Matt Machen and Jon Marquez are featured in "Ornithology" and Sydney Thayer is the standout in "April in Paris."
The instrumental jazz combo is performing student-created arrangements of well-known jazz standards. The combo is playing NettaBell Girard's arrangement of Thelonious Monk's "Blue Monk" and Misty Waters' arrangement of "Blue Bossa."
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