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Ah the sounds of summer……the sound of waves crashing at the beach, hamburgers sizzling on the grill, or the crack of a baseball bat and the cheering of fans. Whatever summer is to you, I hope everyone will enjoy the long days and make vacation plans to celebrate once all the budgets are adopted! I know I am!

As you’ll see from the highlights in this edition of the newsletter, the 2015 Annual Conference co-hosted by Alamance and Caswell Counties in March was a success! Thank you again to our co-hosts Alamance County Clerk Tory Frink and Caswell County Clerk Paula Seamster for devoting their time and efforts towards the conference. Hosting an annual conference is a tremendous undertaking and we sincerely appreciate anyone who has ever taken this on. I’m looking forward to visiting Onslow County for our 2016 Annual Conference. Mark your calendars for April 14-16, 2016 as I hope to see you there! Onslow County Clerk Julie Wand is excited we are coming to visit. More details will be coming later in the year.

The Regional Workshops will be the next opportunity to get important and useful information to help us serve our counties. The Western Regional is being hosted by Burke County (Burke County Clerk Kay Draughn) on September 11, 2015, the Eastern Regional by Martin County (Martin County Clerk Marion Thompson) on September 25, 2015, and the Piedmont Regional by Davidson County (Davidson County Clerk Debbie Harris) on October 9, 2015. Thank you to our Host Clerks for volunteering your time and talents! More information regarding hotel accommodations, etc. will be coming soon. Please make sure to share ideas for educational topics with Vice President and Program Committee Chair Julie Bennett. Our workshops, schools, and annual conferences are for your benefit and we want to make sure that the educational sessions are meaningful and worthwhile to everyone. More Information...
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Committees
Committees The NCACC President will appoint all committees and has the duty to see that all committees function effectively. There are currently 18 committees: Nominating, Outstanding Clerk, Program, Site Selection, Scholarship... more info...
Clerk of the Year
Clerk of the YearRowan County Clerk to the Board Carolyn Barger was presented the Howard Holly Outstanding Clerk Award March 28, 2015 during the annual conference of the NCACC held in Alamance County. more info...
Memberships
MembershipMembership in our Association is well worth the dollars spent in membership dues. The Clerks Association is assisted by the School of Government and is an affiliate of the North Carolina Association... more info...
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