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Sunday, April 22, 2007

NGAUS Leaders, Staff to Attend State Conferences

Several key NGAUS leaders and staff will fan out across the country over the next two weekends to attend state Guard association conferences. Their goal will be to share timely association information and to take membership feedback. They will also discuss top Guard issues and provide a progress report on the current legislative session.

Most State Guard associations hold conferences in the winter and early spring, with a high concentration the last two weeks of April. These meetings gather association members and leaders and local officials to discuss Guard matters important to that state. NGAUS leaders and staff try to attend every state conference to which they are invited.

Retired Brig. Gen. Stephen M. Koper, NGAUS president, will attend the Colorado conference in Vail, Colo., this weekend. Meanwhile, Brig. Gen. Norman E. Arflack, vice chairman (Army), and Chris DeBatt, head of Army activities, will attend the Illinois conference and retired Brig. Gen. Richard Green, legislative director, will be at the New York conference. In addition, Hazell Booker, industry and association liaison director, will attend the Missouri conference while Pete Duffy, deputy legislative director, will be at the Montana conference and Emily Breitbach, head of Air Activities, will attend the Kansas conference.

Next weekend, NGAUS leaders or staff will attend conferences in Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. In May and June, association officials plan, at a minimum, to be at state association gatherings in California, Michigan, Minnesota and New Jersey. Earlier this year, NGAUS leaders or staff attended conferences or business meetings in Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Mexico, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee and Utah. For more information, please contact NGAUS's website.


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