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Message from your NCACC President

The time to pass the gavel is near and I am honored to pass the torch along to my colleague, dear friend and future President Paula Woodard!

What a great year full of teamwork, education and networking! I’m so thankful for each one of you and the role you’ve played in the leadership of our esteemed association. Looking back over our committee listing, I am reminded of how each group contributed throughout the year. Whether it was creating a document new clerks and veterans alike could use as a handy reference tool, managing an ever-changing directory for our 100 counties, organizing educational sessions for clerks across the state or planning conferences, each committee contributed and I thank you for that! When each part of the puzzle pulls its weight it makes for a pretty terrific masterpiece when it’s all said and done! As we prepare for the start of a new year with new leadership, I encourage you to continue to share your time and talents with our group. There are just so many ways your expertise can be shared to benefit our organization! I also strongly encourage you to consider service to our leadership team as a member of the Board of Directors. When you agree to serve the expectation is that you will move up the ranks to eventually serve as President and with so many seasoned clerks retiring, WE NEED YOU! We need those who share a passion for our association, those who only want the best for our group and are willing to move us forward in our professional development.

If you haven’t registered for our annual conference, I encourage you to do so right away! The event is scheduled for March 26-28, 2015 at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in Burlington, NC and co-hosted by our hardworking Alamance and Caswell county clerks Tory Frink and Paula Seamster. I hope to see you there! More Information...
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...
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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