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Celebrate Clerk’s Week!
May 4-10, 2014

Thank you for your dedicated service to the citizens of
your County and to each other through your participation
in the North Carolina Association of County Clerks!



With our first organizational meeting on November 11, 1976 at the Institute of Government, Chapel Hill, the NCACC was formed to provide an opportunity to exchange ideas and techniques used in the performance of the Clerks’ duties, to obtain information on the operation of the respective departments in the 100 counties of the state, to obtain knowledge on existing and new federal and state programs and laws affecting county government, to keep abreast of new trends implemented in and by county governments in the state and to promote, create and improve efficiency in the operations and record keeping of the Clerks’ office throughout the state of North Carolina.

Our goal is to create a professional organization that would give opportunities for Clerks to exchange ideas/information and initiate plans for continuing organizational activities, formulate specific projects to help develop strong leadership More Information...

Message from your NCACC President


How could we begin to express our appreciation for such a terrific annual conference? Host Clerks Ann Clark and Barbara McCoy from Ashe County and Anita Fogle from Watauga County rolled out the welcome mat and I could not be more appreciative for the experience! 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 YearCaldwell County Clerk Kathy Greene was presented the Howard Holly Outstanding Clerk Award in March, 2014 during the annual conference of the NCACC held at the Meadowbrook Inn in Watauga 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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