Final Conference Update

Good Morning, Kansas APCO! We are so excited for our conference starting tomorrow. I first want to say that I have received several emails about logins for the conference. The company that is doing our virtual platform has been working very hard to finalize the program before sending out the logins. I have sent an email first thing this morning to inquire when that will be. As soon as I know, I will post it on our Facebook page. I am sure it will be today sometime. They have been working very hard all weekend with us to get the last minute changes finished up.

I also want to address the swag bags. They won’t be mailed out until the week of the 12th due to quarantine issues and waiting for the last minute sponsors items to be shipped to me. No worries, everyone will get one. Our last and final count was 243 attendees. That is very exciting! We have 20 different states registered for this conference. 

Lastly I have added our final schedule, 2019 business meeting minutes and our agenda for this fall business meeting. We hope you will join us! If you are not signed up as an attendee but you want to join the business meeting only you can login at the following:
LIVE session – Business Meeting led by Angela Murphy Tue, Oct 6, 2020 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM (MDT) Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (571) 317-3122<tel:+15713173122,,154585213> Access Code: 154-585-213 New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts:

Please note that you won’t be able to watch it after the live session if you are not an attendee. 
We hope you enjoy the virtual experience (the best we can) and we can’t wait  to see you in the Spring 2021 HOPEFULLY! 
Spring 2021 is scheduled to be in Manhattan April 12th-14th , 2021. 

Thank you all for your patience with us trying to work out all of the details to make this happen. It has been a LOT of work. 

Have a great conference!

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