PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, June 29, 2018
APCO 2018 offers 117 educational sessions with up to 16 possible CEUs, a tradeshow with over 260 exhibitors and the opportunity to network with over 2,500 of your peers. Register by July 6 and take advantage of our early bird rates.
Don't Forget to Book Your Hotel Room
APCO has negotiated discounted rates at The Venetian-Palazzo. Deadline to book rooms with the special APCO rates is July 6. Book your hotel room
You can place your orders through the APCO online store now until July 2. Conference attendees can save on shipping by entering the code APCO2018 in the shopping cart. You will pick up your orders at the registration booth at APCO 2018.
Please note, shirts and other APCO merchandise will not be available for purchase onsite this year.
Lee Ann is the Operations Manager for the Essex Regional Communication Center. She began her career in West Newbury, Massachusetts, in 1998 where she still works part-time as their Emergency Management Director, and an occasional dispatch shift.

Discovering a passion for teaching and the 9-1-1 profession, Lee Ann has served on numerous boards and committees including five terms as president of the Massachusetts Communication Supervisors Association. Lee Ann has enjoyed teaching both live and online classes as an APCO Adjunct Instructor during her time off since 2012. When she is not working or teaching, she loves spending time with her family, dogs and miniature horse.
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