Thursday April 25th
Friday April 26th
Saturday April 27th

    Networking Breakfast

    Clerks Education Session - Human Resources 301

    Opening Keynote Session

    - Call to Order and Welcome

    Keep Calm and Carry On – these words of wisdom resonate not only from history but also from the multitude of challenges facing county government.  ACCG President Harry Lange of Harris County opens the 2019 ACCG Annual Conference and participants are welcomed by Chatham County Commission Chairman Al Scott and Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach. 

    - Keynote Presentation: Randy Otto

    Randy Otto will lead us on a historical journey to uncover eight timeless principles that exemplify Churchill’s leadership style. Learn how Churchill persevered under pressure and opposing viewpoints to become one of the most recognized leaders of the 20th century. More importantly, gain valuable tips for how county officials can similarly – Keep Calm and Carry On.


    Business Meeting and Election of Officers

    Legislative Update

    Voting Machine Update from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger

    Legislative Update from ACCG Policy Staff

    County Buyers Mart Open

    ACCG-IRMA Board of Trustees Lunch and Meeting

    Managers/Administrators Section Meeting

    Clerks Section Meeting

    Continuing Education Session - NACo Opioid Session

    Across the nation, counties are on the frontlines of government efforts to address the opioid crisis. The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) has partnered with the National Association of Counties (NACo) to help counties find new, innovative and holistic approaches to maximize their limited resources and effectively address this crisis from all angles. Join ARC, NACo and fellow Georgia county leaders as they discuss potential solutions.

    Dinner and Dance

    6:00 p.m.– 7:30 p.m.      Oysters/Reception/Festival of Foods

    7:30 p.m.– 9:30 p.m.      Desserts & Band Performance

Sunday April 28th



    Photos for LLA Certification Honorees

    Inspirational Service

    Three P’s of Emergency Preparedness: Politics, Protocol, and Policy

    Is Your County Ready for the Next Emergency?

    Three P’s of Emergency Preparedness: Politics, Protocol, and Policy

    Georgia county officials are no strangers to dealing with emergencies. Whether your county has endured a hurricane, tornado, ice storm, forest fire, or flood, successfully navigating such emergencies is a collaborative effort. Attend this session to learn how the three P’s of emergency preparedness – politics, protocol, and policy – can help your county get through the next emergency. With an emphasis on pre-disaster planning and the significance of building relationships with key players such as local EMA directors and the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, this session will allow conference attendees to hear firsthand experiences from panelists that endured some of the most recent disasters.

    Officer and Board Installation Luncheon


Monday April 29th

Color Key

  Admin/Manager Session

  Attorneys CLE

  Board of Managers Meeting


  Buyers Mart

  Clerks Education

  Continuing Education

  Lifelong Learning Academy: Core

  Lifelong Learning Academy: Specialty


  Opening Session


  Wellness Event