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Annual Printer Maintenance and CRMCS update

March 19, 2019, 10 a.m. - March 19, 2019, 3 p.m.

Description

NC Emergency Management personnel;

The date for the annual printer maintenance and CRMCS system update training is set and locked in. It will be on March 19, 2019 at the NCK Tech College meeting room in Beloit. We have it scheduled from 10a – 3p that day and Rick is buying lunch for everyone there at the college.
Please RSVP immediately so we get the meal count correct.
This is the only opportunity you will have to have routine maintenance on your CRMCS printer done in 2019. The RHS project will pay for the maintenance and the training that day on the Salamander V2 updates.
You will need to bring your printer (don’t forget power cords etc.) and make sure that whoever is doing your CRMCS data entry and ID card management attends this training. Mark your equipment and all its parts before you arrive please.

Send that RSVP ASAP please!

Pamela C. Kemp, Director
Clay County Emergency Management
703 Second Street
Clay Center, KS 67432
785-632-5802 phone
785-632-5812 fax
785-630-0911 cell

Location

NCK Tech College
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