Plan to Attend AAPC's National Conference in Las Vegas

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“Don’t Gamble with Leadership” Training Meeting | Sunday, April 1 | 9am – Noon
This chapter leadership training session is led by members of the AAPCCA Board of Directors. Please join us as we talk about ways to help officers become great leaders which in turn makes their chapters strong. The AAPCCA board members look forward to this opportunity to meet you. Look for this pre-conference session when you sign up for your conference events on AAPC’s website. All officers and any who plan to be officers are welcome to come to this session.

G2KYLC | Sunday, April 1 | 2:15pm – 3:30pm

This year the AAPCCA is expecting one of the largest turnouts ever at our popular national conference event, Get to Know Your Local Chapter (G2KYLC). We hope your group will be represented! Each chapter will showcase its successes to help others “hit the jackpot” with their local chapter. To sign up for a table or if you have any questions, contact Claire Bartkewicz.
Show Your Regional Spirit
Throughout conference, attendees are encouraged to show their regional spirit by wearing their regional colors. To help with the spirit events, Redstone Design is offering regional colored t-shirts at an affordable price. You can order one for yourself or have a dozen or more customized for a group. Contact Redstone for more information.
Project AAPC
You still have time to collect and donate to Project AAPC. Chapters that donate receive points towards Chapter of the Year! Similar to 2011, your members have an option: to donate to Feeding America (hunger relief), or American Red Cross (disaster relief); so be sure to indicate the appropriate fund on the check. At conference there will be many opportunities to give to either charity and to receive an I Supported Project AAPC ribbon to add to your name badge. If you are not able to make it to Las Vegas, more details will be provided later as to when and where donations should be sent to be counted for 2012.

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