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2014 Fall Conference PowerPoint Presentations and Photos
To view the PowerPoint slide presentations used by the various speakers at the past Fall Conference......and, to see the photographs that were taken during the Fall Conference......"click" on the "2014 Fall Conference" button on the left side of this page.
2015 Spring Conference Dates and Location Announced
The North Carolina
Emergency Management 2015 Spring Conference will be held during the week of
March 22nd, 2015 at Harrah's Cherokee Conference Center in
Cherokee, North Carolina. Additional information on conference specifics and the program development will be available as the conference planning process goes forward. Please plan to attend the conference; where an enlightening, and
enjoyable, time will be had by all!
Management Association Award Recipients
The James F.
Buffalo Award……presented to a person outside of the Emergency
Management family……award winner was Mark Howell (Emergency
Programs Division of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer
The Vance E. Kee
Award……presented to a Local Emergency Management Staff Person……award
winner was Johnny Wilson (Buncombe County Emergency Services).
William A. Thompson Award……presented to a North Carolina
Division of Emergency Management Employee……award winner was Karen
Hamby (Western Branch Office of the North Carolina Division of Emergency
Phillip Nichlos Waters Award……presented to a Local Emergency
Management Coordinator/Director……award winner was David Breedlove (Swain
County Emergency Management).
Award ceremony photographs will be posted to the 2014 Fall
Conference portion of this website in the very near future.
Contact Information for County Emergency Management Agencies Posted
The contact information for County Emergency Management agencies can now be found here.
Resolve to be Ready
This year's Resolve to be Ready campaign focuses on 'Family Connection' to reinforce the importance of parents including their children in preparedness conversations in advance of potential disasters. The Ready campaign makes an emergency preparedness resolution easy to keep by recommending families consider these three ideas when making a plan: who to call, where to meet and what to pack. Check it out here www.ready.gov/.