Hurricane Conference Registration is NOW OPEN!

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Please join us for an exciting, educational opportunity by attending the Annual Chatham County Hurricane Conference: "Gearing up for Success in Emergency Management!" Attached, you will find the official save the date.
Hurricane Conference Registration is OPEN!!  Registration is slightly different this year; when you register you will be asked to pick one of the offered tracks.  Tracks will allow you to select workshop sessions most relevant to your interests. In addition, this will help up better plan for space and seating. 

Tracks offered will provide a great depth of knowledge in a wide variety of fields, there will be something for everyone! Tracks include:
  • Public Works, Utilities and Infrastructure
  • Mass Care, Sheltering and Health Care 
  • Public Information and Outreach
  • Public Safety and Risk Management
  • Volunteer and Donations
  • Organizations and Technology 
When registering - if you would like to pay with a credit card, but cannot use PayPal, please choose the "At the Door" option. Late fees will only apply to those who do not register before registration closes on March 16th, 2018. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Register HERE for the Chatham County Hurricane Conference

View Tentative Conference Agenda

Last Updated: April 16, 2018 10:01 AM

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