Friday, February 8, 2008


Gov. Bill Ritter will be visiting Yuma County next Friday (Feb. 15) to help dedicate the Wray School District's new wind turbine, participate in a school assembly, host a community town meeting and tourMorgan Community College.

Friday, Feb. 15

10:30 – 11:00 a.m.     Gov. Ritter will talk with and take questions from students during a school-wide assembly. Wray High School Gymnasium, 30074 County Road 35, Wray.
11:15 a.m. to Noon    Ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Wray School District Wind Turbine Project. Directions: The site may be reached by going south of Wray on Highway 385. Turn east at County Road 33 and proceed approximately 3/4 mile to a "Y" in the road, which is County Road HH.5. Take the north leg of the "Y" (left) and go approximately another 1/8 mile and turn west into the site. For more information on the wind turbine project, please go to:
1:30 to 2 p.m.             Gov. Ritter will participate in "Kid for a Day" Program, which introduces students to the world of business and economics. Morgan Community College, 32415 Highway 34, Wray.
2 to 3 p.m.                  Gov. Ritter will host a community town hall meeting, discussing his priorities for 2008 and taking questions from community members about local and statewide issues of importance. Morgan Community College, 32415 Highway 34, Wray.
3 to 4 p.m.                  Gov. Ritter will tour Morgan Community College facilities and programs, including its flagship nursing program.