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Letter from the President – Winter 2017

Wow! Can you believe that the holidays have already come & gone? I would like to start this newsletter by wishing my Clerk family a Happy New Year. The Thanksgiving turkey and twinkling lights are history and we are focusing on a new & prosperous 2018! Time flies when you’re having fun…or staying busy!

Vice President Laura Williams and I attended a meeting in September with the School of Government and the Municipal Clerks to make plans for the 2018 January Clerks’ School. The planning session went very well. The School of Government has posted the registration links on their website. The dates are January 17 –19, 2018. We will have our Business Meeting on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. I look forward to seeing everyone!

Moore County (Pinehurst Resort) will be the site for our 2018 Annual Conference. The dates are March 21-23, 2018. You will note this is a slight change in the days of the week for this conference, starting on a Wednesday and ending with the banquet on Friday night. We are able to use these dates after the bylaw amendment regarding changing the days of the week for our annual conference was approved at the August 12, 2016 Business Meeting held during the Commissioners’ Annual Conference held in Winston-Salem. The theme for the conference is “Finding Your Beat, the Rhythm of Life.” I encourage all to attend as I know this will be a wonderful conference.

My family & I are being blessed in 2018 with another baby boy (due March 6th). Since I will have a two week old and adjusting to life as a family of four, I regret my attendance at the 2018 Annual Conference is unknown as of now. If I find that we are transitioning well & I am able to travel, I will. Otherwise, you will be in great hands with Vice President Laura Williams and our School of Government representative Trey Allen.

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact me if I can be of assistance to any of you. It takes all of us to make our Association work and I am so grateful to be part of such a supportive network. I hope 2018 brings great things for us all.

Kimberly W. Hines, President
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