Spring Kick-off Luncheon with Auditor of State, Mary Mosiman.
Iowa’s office of Auditor of State serves the citizens of Iowa as the “Taxpayers Watchdog.” To help ensure that government is open and accountable to its citizens, they provide independent, accurate, and timely audits of the financial operations of Iowa’s state and local governments. Government activities are reviewed to help ensure they are conducted in an effective, efficient and legal manner. In addition, this office works with government officials, CPA firms conducting government audits, and individual citizens as they strive to obtain information, answer questions, and resolve issues, all with the objective of making government work better for its citizens. Auditor of State, Mary Mosiman will provide a general overview of the State Auditor’s Office and report on the fiscal condition of the State of Iowa on Friday, March 9th , from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. as part of the Creative Retirement program at Iowa Valley Continuing Education, room 608, in Marshalltown. Ms. Mosiman has been serving as Iowa’s Auditor of State since May 13, 2013. Initially appointed by Governor Terry Branstad to fill the unexpired term of her predecessor, she was elected to a full term in November 2014. Prior to serving as Auditor of State, Ms. Mosiman served as a Deputy in the Secretary of State’s Office for over 2 years, and previously served as the elected Story County Auditor for 10 years.
To register, call 641-752-4645 or go to www.iowavalley.com using course CRT 1522.(1). The luncheon is $23, or $18 for paid membership in the Creative Retirement program. Please register by March 7.
Mark your calendar for three additional luncheons scheduled for this spring: Marshalltown Sister Cities Program, on March 30th with speakers Kristin Alman and Marshalltown Middle School students; Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C) & Prisoner of War Museum on April 13th with Becky Rose; and Nuts & Bolts About Echo & Drills: Public Art Initiatives in Marshalltown on April 27th with Mary Giese.
Date(s) - Friday, March 9, 2018
11:30 am - 1:00 pm