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File #: 18-0933    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 6/1/2018 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 6/12/2018 Final action: 6/12/2018
Title: Supervisor Ranalli recommending the Board: 1) Welcome Chief Probation Officer Brian Richart to provide the Board and members of the public with information on the history of the Juvenile Service Council and the significant contribution of these volunteers who are committed to working with minors detained in each of the County's Juvenile Detention Facilities; 2) Join Chief Richart in recognizing the members of the Juvenile Service Council for their dedication in providing the minors detained in the County's Juvenile Detention Facilities with positive interactions and experiences, and for their efforts that support the El Dorado County Probation Department and the County of El Dorado in the delivery of services to county residents; and 3) Approve the signature of all five Board members on Proclamations recognizing the Placerville and South Lake Tahoe Juvenile Service Council volunteers. (Est. Time: 15 Min.)
Attachments: 1. A - Juvenile Service Council-West Slope, 2. B - Juvenile Service Council-South Lake Tahoe, 3. Executed Proclamation West Slope, 4. Executed Proclamation South Lake Tahoe, 5. JSC Golf Tournament
Related files: 18-0466, 18-1411, 18-1685, 18-1477, 18-1557, 18-1535, 18-1769, 18-1790, 18-1791, 18-1478

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Supervisor Ranalli recommending the Board:

1) Welcome Chief Probation Officer Brian Richart to provide the Board and members of the public with information on the history of the Juvenile Service Council and the significant contribution of these volunteers who are committed to working with minors detained in each of the County's Juvenile Detention Facilities;

2) Join Chief Richart in recognizing the members of the Juvenile Service Council for their dedication in providing the minors detained in the County's Juvenile Detention Facilities with positive interactions and experiences, and for their efforts that support the El Dorado County Probation Department and the County of El Dorado in the delivery of services to county residents; and

3) Approve the signature of all five Board members on Proclamations recognizing the Placerville and South Lake Tahoe Juvenile Service Council volunteers. (Est. Time: 15 Min.)

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The Juvenile Service Council is a non-profit corporation of volunteers committed to working with minors detained in each of the County's Juvenile Detention Facilities.  With care and concern, the Council attempts to enhance the self-esteem of minors and redirect them to become more useful and productive members of the community.  The group organizes activities, participates in the observance of holidays, assists the Chaplain, provides tutoring, donates items and birthday cards, and functions as foster grandparents to many of the minors.