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Please remember hotel due date is May 5th for the Chemical Capture training.

Another year has come and gone and it was good to see everyone in St. George.   I would like to thank each and every one of you for your remarks and contributions at the conference.   I would also like to say thank you for your professionalism that was shown at the Ramada.

My motto for the conference was” live and learn”.   Being a new president and green horn, I learned what to do and not what to do for next year.

We are in the planning stages for the 2016 conference now.  We will be doing the break out class on Thursday with a separate Shelter Class for the day.  If you have any topics that you would like us to look at for the Shelter Class and Officers class, please send us a message on the website.  This is for any topic.  A lot goes into planning these conferences.   A lot of time looking for speakers who are willing to come and speak to us.  If any of you members would like to teach a certain topic please get with us and talk to us about it.  We are always open to ideas.

We are looking at different items for our banquet.   We heard from quite a few members that they would like to see something different than the Prime Rib Dinner.  Let us know what you would like to see for the Banquet Dinner.   Keep in mind that we cannot break it up into two different main items. The reason for this is because the price goes up.  We would like to keep it around $25 to $30 per plate.

Our next training will be held in Price, Utah.  The chemical capture training will be on May 21st & 22nd, 2015.  Flyers will be sent out the first part of April.  On June 19th in Davis County will be a Shelter Training for shelter employees and staff.   You can go to the Website at uacoa.org and print off the tuition form.   Bryan Smith is the new Secretary Treasure for UACOA.   All checks and registrations will need to be sent to him at:

UACOA/Bryan Smith

1267 E Hwy 193

Layton, Ut 84040

 

 

Stay safe and remember, Pam is always looking for good stuff to give awards for…

Justin Hatch

Utah Animal Control Officers Association President

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