MnCCC Blogcast, Episode 3 - Celebrating Red Tennis Shoe (Sneakers) Day

Honoring Red Tennis Shoe Day with Mary Jo McGuire District 2 Commissioner. The MnCCC Blogcast logo, 3 photos of people's red tennis shoes, and Mary Jo McGuire posing for a photo with President Biden.

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Celebrate Red Tennis Shoe Day with us! We're excited to present a captivating Blogcast interview featuring Mary Jo McGuire, District 2 Commissioner. Dive into her inspiring journey as we recognize her impactful service to Minnesota and our local communities. You'll also learn about her signature red attire and see her favorite red sneakers.

Tune in to our Blogcast to hear Commissioner McGuire's insights and stories, reflecting on her dedicated service to our community in the House and Senate, and in her time as President of AMC and NACo.

Commissioner McGuire served in the Minnesota House of Representatives from 1989 to 2002, and the Minnesota State Senate from 2010-2012. She is the Co-Chair of the Active Living Ramsey Communities Coalition, promotes educational outreach with the Extension Committee, participates in the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative and Ramsey County League of Local Governments, and is a member of the Transportation Advisory Board. Mary Jo is engaged in many other community organizations, including the League of Women Voters, Rotary, Optimist Club, and the Roseville Area Community Foundation.

Commissioner McGuire's dedication to our communities earned her the title of "Best Elected Official" by the Roseville Review, and "Freshman Legislator of the Year" by Politics in Minnesota. Her multifaceted contributions have left a lasting impact on our community. Her commitment to public service, advocacy, and community well-being continues to inspire us all. 🌟

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MnCCC is celebrating Red Tennis Shoe (Sneakers) Day in honor of Oakley Debbs. As we celebrate, let's remember the reason for International Red Tennis Shoe Day. This day is a commitment to honor Oakley Debbs and his family. It's a day to stand in solidarity with those affected by food allergies and to spread awareness about the potential dangers they pose. Together, let's make a difference. Wear your red sneakers with pride and join the movement to educate, advocate, and support allergy safety.