Hunt, others sworn in


Clinton City Clerk Elaine F. Hunt was sworn in as first vice president for the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks (NCAMC) at its annual meeting in Asheville last month. The association’s new slate of officers for the 2016-17 year also includes: Dora Moore (Rural Hall), president; Leighanna Worley (Wilson’s Mills), second vice president; and Jackie Hampton (Bolton), recording secretary. The NCAMC is affiliated with the UNC School of Government, N.C. League of Municipalities and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. It offers educational, networking, leadership and service opportunities to town, village and city clerks across the state. There are nearly 575 municipalities in North Carolina.


Clinton City Clerk Elaine F. Hunt was sworn in as first vice president for the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks (NCAMC) at its annual meeting in Asheville last month. The association’s new slate of officers for the 2016-17 year also includes: Dora Moore (Rural Hall), president; Leighanna Worley (Wilson’s Mills), second vice president; and Jackie Hampton (Bolton), recording secretary. The NCAMC is affiliated with the UNC School of Government, N.C. League of Municipalities and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. It offers educational, networking, leadership and service opportunities to town, village and city clerks across the state. There are nearly 575 municipalities in North Carolina.

Clinton City Clerk Elaine F. Hunt was sworn in as first vice president for the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks (NCAMC) at its annual meeting in Asheville last month. The association’s new slate of officers for the 2016-17 year also includes: Dora Moore (Rural Hall), president; Leighanna Worley (Wilson’s Mills), second vice president; and Jackie Hampton (Bolton), recording secretary. The NCAMC is affiliated with the UNC School of Government, N.C. League of Municipalities and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. It offers educational, networking, leadership and service opportunities to town, village and city clerks across the state. There are nearly 575 municipalities in North Carolina.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Elaine.jpgClinton City Clerk Elaine F. Hunt was sworn in as first vice president for the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks (NCAMC) at its annual meeting in Asheville last month. The association’s new slate of officers for the 2016-17 year also includes: Dora Moore (Rural Hall), president; Leighanna Worley (Wilson’s Mills), second vice president; and Jackie Hampton (Bolton), recording secretary. The NCAMC is affiliated with the UNC School of Government, N.C. League of Municipalities and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. It offers educational, networking, leadership and service opportunities to town, village and city clerks across the state. There are nearly 575 municipalities in North Carolina.
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