Charity Mitcham passes on ACDEA Presidential Legacy

June 29, 2019by ncdea

ALABAMA – Charity Mitcham, District Administrative Coordinator for St. Clair County, passes the ACDEA Presidential torch onto fellow coordinator, Mandi Milford of Tallapoosa County. Mitcham, a 2.5 term president, fulfilled her term requirements for the Alabama Conservation District Employees Association (ACDEA) this June, leaving a five-year legacy to uphold.

Since 1992, the Association’s goal has been to empower and assist local Conservation Districts and their employees in accomplishing their own goals, as well as expand their existing and new programs. The ACDEA establishes and supports continuing education of District employees while also bridging the gap with state leadership. The ACDEA also assists Districts in maintaining proper procedures and regulations within their own counties.

Source: Charity Mitcham passes on ACDEA Presidential Legacy | Community | newsaegis.com

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