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Washoe Complete Count Committee for 2010 Census


Washoe Complete Count Committee, constituted to help guide Washoe County’s outreach and education activities regarding the 2010 Census. Standing (left to right) are: Patricia Rogers, Truckee Meadows Regional Planning; Jaime Edrosa, Hispanic Community; Elena Brady, Northern Nevada Asian Pacific American Coalition; Jeff Hardcastle, State of Nevada Demographer; Jack Eastwick, Senior Human Resource Forum; Rosanna Coombes, Truckee Meadows Regional Planning; Rajan Zed, Interfaith Group; Tray Abney, Reno Sparks Chamber of Commerce; Adam Mayberry, City of Sparks; and Lucille Adin, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Seated (left to right) are: Michael Moreno, Regional Transportation Commission; Elisa Maser, Nevada Advocates; Steve Mulvenon, Washoe County School District; and Kevin Knutson, City of Reno. Members not pictured: Karen Hruby, Truckee Meadows Tomorrow; Dee Schafer, Corporate Solutions; Mike Wurm, Boys and Girls Club of the Truckee Meadows; Stephanie Kruse, KPS3; Daphne Emm, Nevada Urban Indians; Chris Matthews, Washoe County; and Bob Harmon, Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space and Washoe County Senior Services.

Complete Count Committees are established to motivate communities to respond to census and often include a cross section of community representatives — including government agencies, education, business, faith-based organizations and the media. The 2010 Census is a count of everyone living in the United States. The first Census was conducted in 1790 and has been carried out every 10 years since then.

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