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Thursday April 26th

    Exhibitor Registration and Installation of Exhibits

    Early Registration

    Take advantage of smaller crowds … Connect with ACCG Retirement, Insurance and Information Technology Staff on ways they can help your county … Review your Lifelong Learning Academy record … and Meet friends over a light reception.  You can walk away with a $100 gift card or Savannah gift basket!

Friday April 27th
Saturday April 28th

    Registration

    Networking Breakfast

    ACCG Civic Affairs Foundation 5K Run

    Clerks Education Session - Human Resources 303 (3 Hours CE)



    Opening Keynote Session

    ACCG’s 2018 Annual Conference focuses on People … Places … and Perspectives – and the ways an understanding of these three elements bring us together to accomplish more for Georgia’s counties.  ACCG President Allen Poole of Haralson County opens the conference and delegates are welcomed by Chatham County Commission Chairman Al Scott and Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach.  Chatham County Youth Commissioner A’Lani Coppock performs the National Anthem to honor America. The ACCG Civic Engagement Advocate of the Year Award and Youth Leadership Award are presented too.

    ACCG President Allen Poole, Haralson County Chairman

    David Horsager - "Gaining the Edge"

    David Horsager sets the tone in this opening session with his keynote address on a timely and relevant topic entitled “Gaining the Edge.” Trust in government is a concept that is often discussed, yet trust can take years to build, seconds to break and much time to repair. David Horsager is a leading expert on trust and how it’s built into everything from individual relationships to how government entities can function effectively. As a bestselling author of The Trust Edge and one of the leaders of the largest national study on trust, The Trust Outlook, he will provide insight on the trust gap in our political system and how you as local leaders can help to build, earn and share trust in government.

    Business Meeting and Election of Officers

    Legislative Update

    The 2018 legislative session has ended – now what?  Don’t worry, the ACCG policy team is providing an update to review what transpired during the 40 days of the General Assembly session.  Come prepared with your questions so you can understand the implications of legislation passed this year.  The Legislative Advocate of the Year Award is being presented too.

    Youth Caucus

    County Buyers Mart Opens and County Agents’ Farm House Lunch

    Youth Caucus Lunch

    Managers / Administrators Section Meeting

    Clerks Section Meeting

    Networking Time with Your Peers

    ACCG-IRMA Board of Trustees Meeting

    Dinner and Dance

    Dinner and Dance

Sunday April 29th
Monday April 30th

Color Key

  Attorneys CLE

  Board of Managers Meeting

  Breaks

  Buyers Mart

  Clerks Education

  Continuing Education

  Lifelong Learning Academy: Core

  Lifelong Learning Academy: Specialty

  Meals

  Opening Session

  Registration

  Wellness Event