Conference Planning Committee meeting outcomes

June 2, 2016


On May 20, VACo’s 2016 Annual Conference Planning Committee met to discuss the 82nd Annual Conference. King and Queen County Chair and VACo Second Vice President Sherrin Alsop served as chair of the committee. The group decided that the conference theme will be “Building Bridges: Connect, Collaborate, Innovate” and agreed that the general and breakout session topics will tie into the theme.

The committee listed topics of interest and possible speakers, which the VACo Team will review and discuss. Attendees can expect a preliminary agenda in the registration packet, which will be sent August 15. Hotel registration forms will be sent June 15.

Be on the lookout for the 2016 conference logo to be unveiled soon! Excited? Tag your tweets and posts #VACoConf / #VACoEducation / #VACounties.

VACo Education strives to provide a forum where information is shared. We understand that many counties face similar issues and by making connections at events, counties can collaborate on innovative ways to improve Virginia’s communities. Building Bridges makes a stronger Virginia. Remember “Building Bridges: Connect, Collaborate, Innovate.”

VACo Contact: Amy Sales, CMP

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